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1944. 16 lines, 1 8vo sheet, written on both sides and folded. undated, but accompanying envelope is postmarked October 23, 1944. Gives Dunsany permission to quote "Nod" or anything else in his public lecture. Asks if he "can recall our game of Chess- you blindfolded & me in acute anxiety lest I should be mated at move iii......I had the privilege of initiating my eldest grandson (now) to be entered for the Chess Championship of Eton....I am in the seventies.....
Austin: Thomas Taylor, 1977. Translated into English with an Introduction and Epilogue by John Fowles. Thin 4to, 1/4 blue morocco, over paste-paper boards. Austin: Thomas Taylor, 1977. Limited Edition. One of 500 copies,printed at the Bird & Bull Press, and signed by Fowles at the end of the Epilogue.
2001. Illustrated in color and black and white. 32 pages, small 8vo, black and white pictorial wrappers. No place, no publisher, 2001. A near fine copy. Presentation copy, signed in ink on verso of front cover with a sketched self portrait: "For Harmer with best wishes from Kurt. November 2001." Another original sketch in pencil and ink laid in. Inscribed: "another for Harmer. 11.19.01"
Paris: Editions du Delta, 1935. Illustrated with 5 original etchings by Lydis, tissue guards. Title page printed in red and black. 45pp. Short thin square 4to, original printed wrappers (worn and clumsily taped along spine; new plain white outer wrapper), interior is fine, uncut edges. Paris: Editions du Delta, (no date, circa 1935). A very good copy. Scarce. Number 92 of only 300 copies printed. Inscribed by both author and artist on the front endpaper.
Palaemon Press, 1982. Tall 8vo, 12p., marbled wrappers. Palaemon Press, (1982). Limited First Edition. Limited to 150 copies, this one is lettered "J", and signed by Dickey who has also inscribed the book with a flourish on the front flyleaf, dated February, 1983. The upper portion of the front wrapper is sunned, otherwise fine.
Florence: 1927. Frontispiece. Tall 8vo, boards, uncut; light binding wear, some browning on end-leaves, and wormhole in the first 3 pages.. (Florence), Privately Printed, 1927. Limited Edition. Number 405 of 500 numbered copies signed by Douglas, with an additional inscription by him on the half-title, dated 1932.
London: Heinemann, 1923. Frontispiece, and 39 color and black and white plates reproduced in collotype and line, protected with tissue. 39pp of text. Tall slim 4to, black cloth with gilt-stamped title on spine; uncut edges, t.e.g. London: William Heinemann, 1923. Binding is just a bit scuffed, still a near fine copy. Limited Edition -- number 318 of 450 copies, signed by both authors.
New York: August Press, 2000. Illustrated with photographs, handsomely printed in cyanotype. Slim square 4to, brown cloth with inset pictorial label. New York: August Press, 2000. First edition. Previous owners name has been blacked out inside cover, otherwise a fine copy. Limited printing of 2000 copies. With an additional inscription from Dugdale on the title page.