New York: Duell, 1950. Illustrated. Large 12mo, decorative salmon and black boards, printed board slipcase, slightly sun-darkened. New York: Duell Sloan, (1950). Limited Edition. A fine copy, unfaded, in a very good(+) slipcase. One of 1050 copies designed and signed by Merle Armitage.
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Koln: Taschen, 1993. 2 volumes. 780 pages with text in German, English & French. Replete with 478 full color & 133 black & white illustrations. Thick 4tos, black cloth, d.w. (Koln): Taschen Verlag, (1993). First edition. A fine copy in fine dust wrappers and publisher's pictorial slipcase.
New York: Harper, 1941. Tall slim 8vo, full limp burgundy leather; publisher's slipcase. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1941. First Edition. Fine.
New York: Frederick, 1958. Color frontispiece, profusely illustrated in black and white. 17 pp. introduction by Jack Hillier followed by 64 pages describing the plates. Tall 8vo, grey pictorial cloth, silk ties, red board slipcase. Slipcase shows a little wear otherwise fine. Bound in the Japanese manner. Frederick Publications, New York, 1958. Very good (+).
Paris: F. Gay, 1806. 4 volumes. Translated with the original Latin text by M.G.T. Villenave. Illustrated with numerous copper engravings after designs by MM. Lebarbier. Monsiau, et Moreau, all with tissue guards. Thick 8vo, 3/4 burgundy morocco, ornately gilt spines, marbled boards. Paris: Chez les Editeurs, F. Fay, 1806. Scarce. Very good (+).
London: Fellows, Rivington, 1844. 3 volumes: Third Edition of vol. I, Pp. xx, 578; Second Edition of vol. II, xi, 676; First Edition of vol. III, xvi, 489. Bound uniformly in decorative blind stamped green and brown ribbed cloth, gilt-lettered spines; very light shelfwear with neat repairs at tips. London: B. Fellowes; J.G.F. & J. Rivington; et al., 1844; 1844; 1843. Very good(+).
New York: Macmillan, 1912. 8vo, olive green boards, paper spine label; spine toned & rubbed. New York: Macmillan, 1912. First Edition. Collection of essays. Precedes the English edition of 1919.
Paris: Hours Press, 1930. Thin 4to, green suede cloth which has rubbed significantly, as usual; bookplate. Paris; Hours Press, 1930. Limited First Edition. One of 200 copies, (of an edition of 700) which has been signed by Aldington. This copy, however, is unnumbered.
Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1883. Frontispiece portrait. 16mo, full vellum with elaborate painted gilt designs. The front cover has a raised medallion of a winged lion holding a book, set in an incised oval frame. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1883. Authorized (copyright) edition. Howells has signed the book on the front fly-leaf, commenting "A true copy". Some of the gilt on the lion has chipped, the front cover is slightly bowed; there is a Grolier Club bookplate stamped "withdrawn" & an inscription from the...
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1953. 219 pages of text and 103 b/w illustrations. Thick 4to, blue cloth, very slightly faded along backstrip; d.w is worn and re-enforced with tape along ends). Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1953. First edition. A near fine copy in a good dust wrapper.
London: Trianon, 1968. The introductory volume with text by Geoffrey Keynes, is illustrated with Blake's Preliminary sketches, and bound in red cloth in 8vo format. Volumes II & III contain excellent facsimile reproductions of Blake's etchings and engravings, bound in matching cloth but 16mo format. All 3 volumes housed in red cloth slipcase, slightly faded along back edge. London: For the William Blake Trust by The Trianon Press, 1968. Limited edition -- number 61 of 700 copies printed on Arches...
New York: Scribner, 1952. Thin 8vo, light blue cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Scribner, 1952. First Edition. A near fine copy in an early, unclipped dust jacket, with no mention of the Nobel Prize, but back cover printed in olive. The jacket is re-enforced on the verso with tape.
New York: New Directions, 1965. 8vo, cloth backed decorative boards, pictorial label. New Directions, (1965). First Edition. Fine. Incorporates the poet's first two books, both printed in 1908, together with a number of poems from the same period, hitherto unpublished. Fine in publishers unprinted acetate jacket.
New York: Brentano, 1907. 8vo, cloth backed boards; gilt patterned spine. N.Y.: Brentano's, 1907. First Edition.
London: Methuen, 1920. 8vo, blue cloth; spine lightly toned & rubbed at the edges. London: Methuen, (1920). First Edition. First state, with no ads. the rare first issue dust jacket is present, (now enclosed in mylar) though separated at the folds and lacking the spine. The rear panel cites "What Is The Kingdom of Heaven?" as being in the Sixth Edition.
many illus., some in color. 4to, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Oxford UP, 1988. vg.
New York: Macmillan, 1928. Thin 8vo, green cloth (spine lightly toned; 2 inch tear in the gutter of front fly-leaf. New York: Macmillan, 1928. First American Edition.
New York: Macmillan, 1928. Thin 8vo, green cloth, pictorially stamped in gilt. New York: Macmillan, 1929. Early reprint edition. The spine is browned & dulled but the front cover with its gilt pictorial design is fresh.
Boston: Bibliophile Society, 1909. Frontispieces and numerous tipped-in photographic illustrations by Gleason along with other facsimile illustrations, lettered tissue guards, the title-pages to Volumes I and II are in multiple states, one engraved and one etched. 2 volumes, xxxii, 208; 263 pages, tall thick 8vo, publishers original 3/4 vellum, gilt-lettered spine, brown cloth. Boston: The Bibliophile Society, 1909. Excellent condition. Limited Edition, one of 461 copies on Holland Handmade paper.
New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1998. Illustrated with 80 color plates. 191 pages. Small 4to, white boards, dust wrapper. New York: Guggenheim Museum & Harry Abrams, 1998. First American edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. A very uncommon monograph, in fine condition.
Franklin Center: Franklin, 1979. Illustrated in black and white by Barbara Fox. 189 pages, small 8vo, gilt and blue stamped art deco design on grey leather, all edges gilt (subtle horizontal indentation on front and back covers, slight light area at lower corner of back board, grey silk moire endpapers. Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1979. A near fine copy. Difficult to get limited edition in the decorative publisher's binding.
London: Nonesuch Press, 1923. Each page printed within burgundy decorative borders by Geofroy Tory. Thin 8vo, red parchment-backed patterned boards. London: Nonesuch Press, 1923. A fine clean copy in very good box. One of 625 copies reproducing text from the 1639 edition.
London: Nonesuch, 1928. Small slim 8vo, full limp vellum; uncut & unopened. Nonesuch Press, 1928. A fine copy, preserved in publisher's board box. One of 1250 numbered copies.
Norfolk: 1941. Translated by Babette Deutch. Initial letters by Valenti Angelo. 51 pages. Thin 8vo, pink cloth, d.w. Norfolk: New Directions, (1941). Reprint eddition, undated, with $3.00 price on d.w. flap. S fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. The Poet of the Month Series.
London: Faber & Faber, 1940. Illustrated throughout with drawings and photographs. 296 pages. 8vo, tan cloth, London: Faber & Faber, (1940). First Edition. The binding is soiled, but the interior clean save for bookplate and library stamps on copyright page.