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London: Elkin Mathews, 1907. Thin 12mo, original green cloth, gilt lettered on front cover & spine. London: Elkin Mathews, 1907. First Edition. Fine. Joyce's first published book, a collection of poems written in his early youth. First variant binding, in a brighter green cloth; thick laid end-papers with horizontal chain lines. Slocum & Cahoon A-3.
London: Boosey & Co., 1909. 4 volumes in all. Tall 4tos, gilt-stamped greenish cloth; uncut edges (bindings are lightly bumped, edgeworn and with a few neat repairs at at spine ends and joints). London: Boosey & Co., 1909-1922. Mixed edition. Very good. Volume I: 1922, a new edition. Volume II: 1917. Volume III: 1921. Volume IV: 1909, first edition.
London: Jonathan Cape, 1971. Chosen, Edited and Introduced by William Plomer. Three volumes. 8vo, cloth-backed marbled boards, slipcase, slipcase worn and dampstained with very light corresponding stains on spines. London: Jonathan Cape, (1971). A very good(-) set in good slipcase. Volume I: 1 January 1870-19 August 1871. Volume II: 23 August 1871-13 May 1874. Volume III: 14 May 1874-13 March 1879.
London: Macmillan, 1909. With black and white illustrations from Mrs. King's own drawings and those of her daughters. 245 pages (top edge gilt, other edges deckle, marks from adhesive of old bookplates which have been removed from front endpapers), 8vo, red cloth (darkened, front hinge cracked). A good copy. From the William Inglis Morse collection, bearing his ex-libris stamps.
London: Sayer, Robert, 1787. Map, in two sheets. Copper plate engraving with original outline hand color. Each image measures 28" x 45". This large-scale wall map depicts the entirety of England and Wales extending to parts of Ireland, Scotland, and France. Map has an incredibly fancy commodities cartouche including depictions of cannons, clocks, sheep, the military, representing everything that England was doing at the time. This map was made right around the time the concept of longitude was discovered. perhaps.....