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Munich: Beck, 1923. 3 volumes. xvi, 557; viii, 635; 34 pages. Thick 8vo, bound in 1/2 vellum over marbled boards; board slipcase. Munchen, C.H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1923, 1922. A mixed edition in handsome uniform binding. Near fine The first volume (originally published by Braunmuller in 1918) is dated 1923 and denoted as "dreiunddreissigste bis siebenundvierzigste vollig umgestaltete auflage," and the second volume, dated 1922, is the first Beck edition.
Cannes: 1958, 1958-60. 3 volumes, thin 8vo, printed wrappers, stapled. (Cannes), 1958-1960. The first 3 issues of this scarce publication, a supplement to"Casanovian". The second two issues are limited to 200 copies only; the first, published in Horn, Austria, does not mention a limitation. The covers are lightly brown-stained, but the interiors fine.
London: Vale Press, 1901. Illustrated by Charles Ricketts with initial letters and several elaborate wood engraved border designs. 3 volumes. 8vo, white cloth (spines sunned as usual). London: Hacon & Ricketts, The Vale Press, 1901. Limited Edition. A very good(+) copy with some very light foxing at bottom margins of a few pages, otherwise fine & fresh.
New York: New Directions, 1947. Illustrated. (New York): New Directions, (1947). First Edition. Volume 2 of the Air-Conditioned Nightmare. The dust wrapper, illustrated by Simon Greco, is heavily taped on the verso. The book has the frontispiece photo of Miller between the double paged title, and the photo of Anderson's Creek opposite p. vii. Ownership inscription on end-paper, under the d.w. flap.