Paris: H. Piazza, 1921. Decorative title page, and illustrated with 14 mounted color plates by Arthur Rackham, protected by lettered tissue. 108 pages of text in French, printed within green borders. 4to, original pictorial wrappers (minor wear at spine ends); uncut edges. Paris: L'Edition d'Art H. Piazza, (1921). Near fine. Limited edition. Number 1082 of 1500 copies printed.
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Neill & Co., 1911. Illustrated by the author with 26 pen & ink drawings plus 5 mounted plates (one in color); decorative headpieces and borders throughout. xiv, 110pp. Tall thin 4to, original cloth- backed pictorial boards (some wear at edges; spine a bit soiled and faded; internally fine); uncut edges. Edinburgh: Printed by Neill & Co., for the Author, 1911. Edition de Luxe. A very good(+) copy. Limited edition - number 134 of only 300 copies printed, signed by the author.
Paris: Le Livre et l'Estampe, 1944. Orne d'Eaux-Fortes par Francois Salvat. Full-page frontispiece etching and 21 additional etchings, 6 of which are full-page. Title printed in red & black and with red initials throughout. xviii, [ii], 90, pp. + an extra suite of 22 etchings. Short 4to, rebound in full black morocco; simple gilt-lettered spine with raised bands; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. Original wrappers bound-in. (Paris: Le Livre et l'Estampe, aux depens des Editions Marcel Daubin, 1944). Text in...
Chicago: Limited Editions Club, 1933. Translated by Mrs. Wilfrid Jackson. Introduction by Ernest Boyd. Color frontispiece, and other watercolor illustrations by Sylvain Sauvage. 174pp. Thin square 4to, decorative blue cloth (perfect aside from sunning and toning to spine, and old adhesive residue on front and back attached endpapers), t.e.g.; worn red board slipcase, (lacking the paper over the spine). Chicago: The Limited Editions Club and The Lakeside Press, 1933. A near fine copy. Limited Edition, one of 1500 copies signed...
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1947. Translated from the French by A. W. Evans; With an Introduction by Carl Van Doren, a Preface by the Author, and Drawings by Malcolm Cameron. 324 pages. Tall 8vo, white leather-backed pictorial silk, gilt spine (lightly rubbed at the corners. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1947. Very good(+). One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the illustrator.
Dallas: Ondine Press, 1977. Tall slim 8vo, 19 pages. Original cream cloth (lightly dust-soiled), printed paper label on spine. ( Dallas: printed by Bob and Bonnie Baris at the Ondine Press. Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1977). First Edition. Limited. Number 69 of 145 hand numbered copies.
New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1990. Two color woodcuts, one of which is initialed by Steinberg and hand-painted by Michael Berdan, and 16 black & white tipped-in lithographs. Slim folio, black morocco spine, gilt- lettered, bright yellow linen boards, board slipcase. New York: Whitney Museum, 1990. Fine. One of only 160 copies signed by the author and initialed by the artist. Published by the Library Fellows of the Whitney Museum of Art organized by May Castleberry. Printed by...
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...
Venice: Appresso Piazzesi Legatore, 1975. Designed by Robert Frontier and printed in red & black with title page vignette and 26 ornamental initials from the alphabet attributed to Capcassa and Tridino. The accompanying text are humorous poems. Tall 8vo. Vellum-backed red patterned paper boards by Legatoria Piazzesi. Printed on handmade paper at the Scuola Emiliana Tipografica Artigianelli. [Venice]: Appresso Piazzesi Legatore, 1975. Limited edition - number 239 of 300 copies, signed by the author and designer. A near fine copy of this handsomely printed book.
London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1924. With over 200 illustrations in black & white, 16 plates in colour, and 3 original woodcuts. 271 pages, untrimmed. Short thick 4to, 1/2 white cloth, grey boards, spine darkened, corners rubbed. London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1924. Very good(+). Number 4 of 75 numbered and signed copies, containing original woodcuts by A. P. Gallien, John F. Greenwood, & Gwendolen Raverat.
London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1924. With over 200 illustrations in black & white, 16 plates in colour. 271 pages, untrimmed. Short thick 4to, original cream cloth with black-stamped pictorial covers, tattered d.w. London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1924. First trade edition. A fine bright copy with a poor dust wrapper.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1964. With an introduction by Evelyn Waugh. Illustrations throughout by Charles Mozley. 285pp. Short 4to, brown decorated cloth, board slipcase. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1964. A fine copy in a fine box. One of 1500 copies signed by the artist. First book of the "Forsyte Saga"
Paris: Sautier, 1966. Poems by Robert Ganzo and 6 etched plates by Ossip Zadline. Tall slim 8vo, loose in original printed wrappers and board slipcase. (Paris: Marcel Sautier. 1966). Fine. No. 48/175 copies on Grand Papier d'Auvergne à la main du Moulin Richard de Bas. From a total edition of 200 copies. Signed by the author and artist.
Boston: Little Brown, 1891. With an introduction by Andrew Lang. Beautifully illustrated with 21 full-page photogravure plates, including 6 in sepia, from watercolors by Garrett. There are 4 smaller photogravures in the introduction, and 65 decorative head/tailpieces throughout. xxi, [i], 178pp. Royal 8vo, beautifully bound in full wine morocco with elaborate multi-colored floral leather doublures; decorative silk endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. (spine slightly faded; light marginal soiling on several pages). House in a fleece-lined marbled board slipcase with morocco tips...
Paris: Ferroud, 1923. Profusely illustrated with mildly erotic plates by Gaston Bussiere, each protected with tissue; other designs and decorations throughout. , 240 pages. Thick 8vo, original printed wrappers (minor edgewear; original glassine chipped). Paris: A. & F. Ferroud, 1923. Limited edition - number 638 of 1000 copies, initialed "F.F." presumably by the publisher. A near fine copy with un-opened pages.
London: Walpole PRess, 1899. Illustrated with nineteen etchings by Francois-Xavier le Sueur, and drawings by Edouard Toudouze , each etching in two states, lettered tissue guards. 2 volumes, 8vo, full blue levant, gilt geometric design on covers and spines, raised bands lettered in gilt, inner dentelles, top edges gilt. London: The Walpole Press, 1899. Fine. Grand Edition de Luxe. Copy no. 74 of 1,000 numbered copies on Japanese vellum.
Paris: Ferroud, 1898. Title page printed in red & black with engraved vignette; 9 (i.e. 27) other full- page engravings by Ad. Lalauze, protected with tissue. Preface by L. Gastine. xx, 57, 4pp. Tall slim 8vo, handsomely bound in older 3/4 navy blue polished calf; gilt-decorated spine with raised bands, t.e.g. (spine is just a bit faded; small bookplate on front pastedown endpaper). Paris: A. Ferroud, 1898. A near fine copy. Limited Edition. Number 7 one of 160 copies on...
New York: Society of American Bibliophiles, 1932. Illustrated title page, color plates and b/w figures by Ernest Fiene. 35pp. Thin 4to, blue gilt-stamped pictorial cloth, uncut edges (spine faded, otherwise a near fine copy). New York: Society of American Bibliophiles, 1932. Number 15 of only 300 copies printed on Waterleaf paper. Signed by Gavorse and Fiene on the limitation page.
Berne: Chez l'Auteur, 1955. 257 items, all illustrated in b/w. 4to, original printed wrappers, cardboard slipcase. Berne: Chez l'Auteur, 1955. Limited edition. A fine, unused copy. Volume One of the catalogue of Picasso's engravings and lithographs. Reprint of the 1933 edition, limited to 900 copies.
Lyon: L'Arbalete, 1948. Handsomely printed throughout in red & black. 110pp. 4to, original wrap-around photogravure collage wrappers by Douchan Stanimirovitch under printed mylar (mylar is chipped at edges with clumsy tape repairs; collage is just a bit edgeworn otherwise in very nice shape save for 2 unfortunate punctures at rear that continue through the last 25 pages). Lyon: L'Arbalete, 1948. A very good(-) copy. Limited edition. Number 124 of 1000 copies printed, all reserved for subscribers.