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London: Oxford University Press, 1965. 5 volumes. The Text based on Collation of the Early Editions. With Noted Indexes and (black and white) Illustrations From Contemporary Sources. Small 8vos, handsomely rebound by Sangorsky and Sutcliffe in 3/4 green crushed morocco over green cloth, marbled endpapers and top edges gilt, gilt stamped spines (spines slightly toned). London: Oxford University Press, (1965). A fine set.
New York: Putnam, 1906. Illustrated by Frederick Simpson Coburn with 6 full-page sepia plates each protected with lettered tissue, and 20 text pages with large colored headpieces and decorations. Tall 8vo, the original vellum boards with handsome gilt-stamped design by Margaret Armstrong are preserved, but the book has been re-backed in plain gray cloth, a.e.g. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, (1906). First Edition thus. Limited Edition - number 95 of only 100 copies printed on Japanese vellum. The limitation page.....
Amsterdam: Marc Michel Rey, 1750. Text in French. 4 Volumes. Frontis. piece plus 9 full page engraved plates, plus ornamental devices. 12mo, full mottled leather; some toning to the paper, scattered foxing throughout, covers worn with bumped corners (a few damaged) and some cracked hinges, volume 2 mistakenly marked as IV on Spine label, volume 4 missing spine label. Amsterdam: Marc Michel Rey, 1750. A worn, but very good set.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1905. Selected and edited by Charles Eliot Norton. 85 pages, title in red and black, slim tall 12mo, vellum spine (a trifle darkened) over brown boards (one small spot on back board). Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1905. A near fine copy. This book contains "all of Donne's Love Poems, save such as offend by a license of speech more pardonable at the time... than it is to-day..." A limited edition. Number 514 of 535 copies.
Franklin Center: Franklin, 1981. 377 pages, illustrated by Allan Manham. 8vo, gilt stamped blue leather, all edges gilt, silk moire endpapers. Franklin Library, 1981. A fine copy aside for subtle foxing to gilt of foredge. Includes the stories: 'Kiss Me Again, Stranger', 'The Birds', 'The Little Photographer', 'Monte Verita', 'The Apple Tree', 'The Old Man', 'The Split Second', and 'No Motive'.
Paris: Librairie de France, 1922. Text in French. Charmingly illustrated with black and white and color sketches by Andre Dunoyer De Segonzac. Frontispiece in color. 515 pages, deckle edges, small 4to, 3/4 brown crushed morocco leather over brown cloth, marbled endpapers, gilt ruling, and raised spine bands (light wear to corners/extremities, very subtle sunning to top of leather on both covers). Title page in red and black. Paris: Librairie de France, 1922. A very good (+) copy. "Edition du Centenaire".....
New York: Dodd Mead, 1888. Illustrated by Madame Madeleine Lemaire with frontispiece and 9 other black and white photogravures printed by Goupil. 140pp. Large 4to, original stiff printed wrappers. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1888. First American Edition. Some foxing throughout, still a very good copy.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1953. 288pp. Short 8vo, green cloth, edge-worn and sunned d.w. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1953). First edition. Slightly edge-worn near spine, still a very good copy(+) in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Signed and inscribed on endpaper by Bernice Kavinoky for the philanthropists Edith and Martin Segal: "To Edith & Marty, Long overdue, the season's greetings! Best wishes, Bennie (Bernice Kavinoky Inacrum)."
Paris: Saugrain, 1797. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 8 exquisite copper engravings and a frontispiece portrait of La Fontaine by Moreau le Jeune. Full dark green polished calf, ornately gilt spines with red inlaid labels, gilt borders on covers and inner dentelles, a.e.g.. Paris: Saugrain, l'an V - 1797. A beautiful, near fine copy with wide margins. Brunet III, 762, Cohen, 584.