New York: Gemor, 1942. Including the cover, there are 3 mounted plates by Andre Masson. Unpaginated. Tall slim 8vo, original black wrappers with paper spine label (rubbed; head of spine chipped; partial loss to spine label). New York: Gemor Press, 1942. First A very good copy of this scarce book featuring the prose & poetic work of American surrealist Hugh Chishom . Limited edition of 500 copies, set by Hand. The Gemor Press was founded by Anais Nin, and very.....
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London: Golden Cockerel, 1934. 6 woodcut engravings by Eric Gill with tissue guards. 41 pages, untrimmed, slim 8vo, cloth backed green boards, paper spine label. (London): Golden Cockerel Press, 1934. Limited Edition. Near Fine. Number 102 of 300 numbered copies signed by the author and illustrator.
London: Anthony d'Offay, 1981. Illustrated with 8 color plates, loosely mounted, and 6 other colored designs, including the colophon; 4 additional color plates on the covers and 4 in b/w on the fold-out flaps. No text other than the colophon. Tall thin 4to, glazed pictorial boards with cloth spine. (London: Anthony d'Offay, 1981). Limited edition of an unspecified number, signed by Clemente in pencil on the colophon. Fine. "These book have been printed and bound in India. Most copies have.....
New York: Ogilvie, 1887. Illustrated with 50 full page woodcuts. xxiv + 723pp., very thick tall 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering on spine and gilt decoration on cover (faint stain on front cover, slight wear at extremes). New York: J. S. Ogilvie, (1887). First Edition. A beautiful copy. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author, "___ ______ with the compliments of Henry Clews N.Y. May 3rd, 1898.
London: Beaumont Press, 1919. 49 pages. Slim 8vo, blue & yellow patterned boards, worn at corners; brown cloth spine with paper label, partially scuffed. (London): Beaumont Press, 1919. Limited Edition. A very good copy, internally fine but for the usual discoloration on endpapers from binder's glue. One of 250 numbered copies. The sixth book issued by the press.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1963. With illustrations by Henry C. Pitz and an introduction by John T. Winterich. Full and double-page hand-colored plates; other in- text illustrations. 406pp. Short thick 4to, patterned cloth, board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1963. A fine copy in a fine box. One of 1500 numbered copies, signed by the illustrator.
1930. Written on 2 sides of small 4to sheet. 29 lines Long Wittenham, Oct. 27, 1930 "I've a book coming out ...by the Golden Cockerel Press. It was sold out before it was written.....Its very gloomy news to hear of the book wars in America...I fancy we are now witnessing the beginning of a similar state of affairs here as Gollancz is now producing new novels at 3/ a time.