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London: Constable. viii + 112pp. Thin 12mo, beautifully rebound by Riviere & Son in full red straight-grained morocco; gilt-stamped floral borders and ornate spine; inner & outer dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. London: Constable and Company, (1926). A later printing in a marvelous binding. A fine copy.
New York: Privately PRinted, 1936. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Pictorial cloth backed octagonal shaped boards, tied with a ribbon (worn at edges). New York: Privately Printed, 1936. An uncommon issue of this yearly periodical, full of ribald poems, anecdotes & drawings by Frank Sullivan, Frank Crowninshield, Rube Goldberg, Gordon Grant, Sigmund Spaeth & many others. A staid precursor of Playboy magazine.
Roberts, Boston Lincolnshire, 1875. 3 volumes, all edited with notes, illusustrations and emendations of text by J. Woodfall Ebsworth. All now First Reprinted from the original editions. Small 8vo, 3/4 blue levant, ornately gilt spines. Boston, Lincolnshire: B. Roberts, 1875, 1876. Very good (+). "Westminster Drolleries". Both parts, 1671, 1672; being a Choice Collection of Songs and Poems Sung at Court and Theatres. "Merry Drollery Compleat"; being Jovial Poems, Merry Songs, etc. Collected by...Lovers of Whit. Both parts; 1661, 1670.....
Cambridge: Riverside, 1902. Frontis. 215 pages, 8vo, original tan cloth-bbacked boards, uncut edges; boards rubbed and a bit cocked with spine ends frayed with large piece missing from tail. Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press for Houghton Mifflin & Company, 1902. Internally near fine, overall a very good(-) copy. No. 243 of 300 copies.
Boston: Ball Publishing, 1911. Book 2. Illustrated in black and white on every page. Narrow oblong 4to (measures 5.75 x 15.5 inches). Original cloth-backed pictorial boards (boards quite worn and stained; inner hinges broken and crudely repaired). Boston: Ball Publishing, 1911. A good copy of this scarce and fragile book.
Leipzig: Franz Deiticke, 1905. , 205,  pages. Slim 8vo, original olive green cloth, lettered in white on spine and cover; rubbed at extremities and spine ends chipped. Ex-library copy with labels removed from inside both covers and one library stamp on bottom margin of page 51, otherwise pages are clean. Overall a very good(-) copy. Leipzig and Wien: Franz Deuticke, 1905. First edition, first impression of Freud's work on jokes and their relationship to the unconscious. Only 1,050 copies.....