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London: Holden & Hardingham, 1913. Introduction by Dr. A.S. Rappoport. Illustrated by Forster Robson. 4to, white cloth with gilt-stamped pictorial cover. London: Holden & Hardingham, (no date, circa 1913). Limited Edition. The classic story of Peter Schlemihl, who having lost his fatherland and nationality, finds consolation and reconciliation in wandering the face of the earth. Edition De Luxe, limited to 100 signed copies. This copy is un-numbered and un-signed but title page stamped "with the publisher's compliments"
Paris: de l'atelier de l'artiste, 1957. 15 color lithographs all signed by the artist. Folio, printed wrappers housed in a green cloth clamshell box. (Paris): de l'atelier de l'artiste, (1957). Fine. Limited to only 95 numbered copies. With an additional inscription by the illustrator on the fly-leaf. Trace of a removed paste down also on the fly-leaf.
Chiswick Press, 1926. Pictured by J. Crowther circa 1879- 1887 and described by Beresford. 59 full-page plates, some in color, each with a lettered paper guard. xiii, 131pp of text. Short thick 4to, original gilt-lettered brown cloth (covers are a bit soiled and scratched but internally clean); uncut edges, t.e.g. Printed at the Chiswick Press for Constable and Company, 1926. A very good copy. Limited edition of 1025 copies.
San Frasncisco: Bedford Arts, 1991. Black and white photographs and color illustrations with 16 accordian folded color panels extending to 7 feet, and with two (yellow and blue) swatches of fabric used in the project. Photography by Wolfgang Volz and a forward and interview by Masahiko Yanagi. Small folio, pictorial boards, blind stamped brown cloth clamshell box. San Franciscio: Bedford Arts, (1991). Limited Edition. Fine. Number 46 of 400 signed, dated and numbered copies.
London: Nimmo, 1889. 2 volumes. A New Edition with Notes and Supplement by Robert W. Lowe. Illustrated with 26 (52) original mezzotint portraits by R. B. Parkes, and 18 etchings by Adolphe Lalauze. Title page printed in red & black. Thick tall 8vo, bound in full blue levant morocco by Zaehnsdorf. Ornate gilt spines with raised bands, gilt corner designs on covers, inner dentelles, uncut edges, t.e.g. London: John C. Nimmo, 1889. Fine Extra illustrated edition. Number 5 of only.....
Milan: Ciranna, 1969. 12 page introduction by Cesare Vivaldi. 174 black and white illustartions. Folio, green cloth (rear cover and top edge of front cover dampstained, slightly effecting first blank page and the fore-edges). Milano: Alfonso Ciranna & Rome: Edizioni La Medusa, (1969). Limited edition -- number 641 of 1500 numbered copies. Overall a good usable copy.
London: Golden Cockerel, 1934. 6 woodcut engravings by Eric Gill with tissue guards. 41 pages, untrimmed, slim 8vo, cloth backed green boards, paper spine label. (London): Golden Cockerel Press, 1934. Limited Edition. Near Fine. Number 102 of 300 numbered copies signed by the author and illustrator.
New York: Argosy Bookstore, 1980. 48 pages. Slim 4to, linen backed flowered board with paper spine labels. New York: Argosy Book Store, 1980. Limited Edition - one of 750 numbered copies. A fine copy, as new. Without dust wrapper, as published. Alexandra (Xie) Kitchin was one of Dodgson's favorite models, and the photographs in this book are among his finest.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1930. Designed by Bruce Rogers with some of his decorations; text printed in black and sepia. viii, 40 pages. Slim 8vo, marbled boards with black cloth spine (ends and corners worn and with neat repair at center of spine; ownership signature on endpaper and one preliminary blank page gently creased). Oxford: University Press, 1930. Presents nicely but overall a very good(-) copy. Limited Edition, one of 750 copies.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1970. Translated from the Chinese with an Introduction and Notes by Lionel Giles. Illustrated with Paintings by Tseng Yu-Ho. 12 double-page color plates. 131pp. Tall 8vo, decorative cloth, cloth clam shell box. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1970. Fine One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the illustrator.
New York: Farrar & Rinehart/The Lakeside Press, 1930. Color frontispiece, black-and-white woodcuts and illustrations throughout by Robert Edmond Jones, 150 pages, slim 4to, gilt-decorated green boards (spine faded to brown, otherwise a very good copy), top edge gilt. New York: Farrar & Rinehart/The Lakeside Press, 1930. Limited Edition, number 15 of 550 copies signed by both Connelly and Jones. Jones was also the set and costume designer for a 1930 production of the play in New York City...
Philadelphia: Rosenbach, 1966. The History of the Preface to The Nigger of the "Narcissus" with Facsimiles of the Manuscripts. Edited with an Essay by David R. Smith. Woodcut portrait by Leonard Baskin, printed from the block. Rubricated text in title and limitation pages. 79pp. Slim 4to, marbled boards with paper label, uncut edges; two-piece slipcase. Philadelphia: Rosenbach Foundation (Printed at Gehenna Press), 1966. A fine copy. Limited edition - number 55 of only 100 copies (total edition of 1100) containing.....
Los Angeles: Limited Editions Club, 1965. With an introduction by Howard Mumford Jones and Illustrations by Millard Sheets. Color plates and other text illustrations. 162pp. Short 4to, leather-backed pictorial cloth, board slipcase. Los Angeles: The Limited Editions Club, 1965. A very good (+) copy in a fine slipcase One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the illustrator.
Paris: Lemerre, 1889. Frontispiece portrait in sepia, xv + 185 pages, untrimmed, rubricated title. 16mo, rebound in 3/4 tan calf, gilt spine, marbled boards with the original printed wrappers bound in, top edge gilt. (hinges a bit dry). Paris: Alphonse Lemerre, 1889. Very good (+). Limited, number 8 of only 10 numbered copies on papier de Chine. Previous owners name on original wrapper.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1963. With illustrations by Henry C. Pitz and an introduction by John T. Winterich. Full and double-page hand-colored plates; other in- text illustrations. 406pp. Short thick 4to, patterned cloth, board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1963. A fine copy in a fine box. One of 1500 numbered copies, signed by the illustrator.
Kyoto: Origin Press, 1964. 6 unusual black & white illustrations by Hidetaka Ohno, protected with tissue. Slim square 4to, olive cloth, d.w. with spine lettering a bit faded. (Kyoto: Origin Press, 1964). First Edition. Limited. Very minor bumping at corners and slight waviness on rear endpapers, still a very good or better copy, lacking the slipcase. One of 300 numbered copies signed by the poet and painter.
Kyoto: Origin Press, 1964. 6 unusual black & white illustrations by Hidetaka Ohno, protected with tissue. Slim square 4to, olive cloth, d.w., plain board slipcase (Kyoto: Origin Press, 1964). First Edition. Limited. Very minor bumping at corners and slight waviness on rear endpapers, still a near fine copy. One of 300 numbered copies signed by the poet and painter.
Flagstaff, AZ: 1972. Black-and-white photographs of the artists and their art, 80 pages, large slim 8vo (10 x 7.25 inches), 3/4 tan fabricoid with pumpkin buckram (ex-libris inside the front cover). Flagstaff, Arizona: 1972. Limited edition. Near fine condition. Signed by 26 Western artists -- 25 on the limitation page and one on the back by the following: William Moyers, George Marks, Melvin C. Warren, Nick Eggenhoffer, Harvey Johnson, J.N. Swanson, Byron B. Wolfe, Charlie S. Dye, Joe Beeler, Frank.....
Avon: Limited Editions Club, 1974. A Story of New York. Introduction by Shirley Ann Grau and illustrated with 6 copper engravings by Sigmund Abeles. 105pp. Short slim 4to, black leather-backed patterned boards with gilt-stamped spine; publisher's board slipcase with paper label. (Avon, Connecticut): The Limited Editions Club, 1974. A fine copy in a fine box. One of 2000 numbered copies signed by the illustrator.
New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1962. with 84 illustrations mostly in black & white, several folding, some color plates protected with tissue. Short folio, gilt-lettered blue and beige cloth, pictorial slipcase. New York: (Pierpont Morgan Library, 1962). First edition. A fine copy in a fine box. One of only 850 copies. With essays on Chinese painting, Chinese calligraphy and a glossary of Chinese characters for names and terms.