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Out of the Mouths of Graves - Signed

By Bloch, Robert

New York: Mysterious Press, 1979. Limited edition, this is no. 208 of 250 copies. Signed by the author on the limitation page. A collection of 16 stories. Fine in very near fine dust jacket and cloth slipcase.. First Edition (stated). Hard Cover.

$40.00

Santal

By Firbank, Ronald

New York: Bonacio & Saul with Grove Press, 1955. Fine in very good plus dust jacket, nicked and mild crease along top edge, tiny chip to spine crown. One of 500 copies. First U.S. Edition. Hard Cover.

$30.00

The Early Guest (a sort of story, a sort of play, a sort of dream)
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The Early Guest (a sort of story, a sort of play, a sort of dream)

By Taylor, Peter

Winston-Salem: Palaemon Press Limited, 1992. Limited Edition. One of 140 numbered copies signed by the author, this is copy no.45. 8vo. 28pp. Sewn paper wrappers, near fine in near fine decorated paper dust jacket, with red and black printed paper label on front.. First Edition. paperback.

$75.00

Dix Portraits
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Dix Portraits

By Stein, Gertrude

Paris: Editions de la Montagne, 1930. No. 345 of 500 copies on Alpha Paper. Stiff manila self wrappers, uncut and unopened. Lightly used and Near Fine in acetate dustwrapper.. First Trade Edition. wraps. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$125.00

From Poe to Valery

By Eliot, T. S.

New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1948. Black paper-covered boards, printed in green and white. Small 8vo. 32pp. Spot wear to tips and spine ends, else near fine. Privately Printed for Friends of the Author and Publisher. One of 1500 copies.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$35.00

The Sun at Midnight

By Gascoyne, David

London: Enitharmon Press, 1970. #173 of 350. Notes on the Story of Civilization as the History of the Great Experimental Work of the Supreme Scientist. Slight rise to front cover, else fine.. First Edition, Limited Edition.. Hard Cover.

$100.00

T.V. Baby Poems
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T.V. Baby Poems

By Ginsberg, Allen

London: Cape Goliard Press, 1967. Large unpaginated octavo (7" x 10"), illustrated with black-and-white line drawings, in yellow covered binding, brightly stamped in gilt on spine, with photographic illustrated dust jacket. This is one out of an edition of 400. Fine in lightly, but moderately foxed, very good dust jacket, with small tear to spine crown, mild wear to corners. . First Edition (stated). Hard Cover.

$75.00

Mr. Hawley Breaks Into Song
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Mr. Hawley Breaks Into Song

By Marquis, Don

New York: Privately Printed, 1923. One of two hundred copies printed at the Cheltenham Press. Small 8vo. (15pp.) Decorative boards, paper label on front. Boards moderately rubbed, though label is immaculate. The binding is firm, and text is bright and fresh. The rare, original tissue dust jacket, tanned, and detached at rear spine is still with this copy. This book was once owned by Mahonri M. Young, whose name is neatly scripted on the front pastedown. Mr. Young was a noted sculptor and artist, and was the grandson of Brigham Young, the second President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and first Governor of Utah. . First Edition.. Hard Cover.

$175.00

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

By Joyce, James

Norwalk, CT:: The Easton Press, 1977. Green leather, stamped gilt shamrock design, raised bands, all edges gilt. Illustrated by Brian Keogh, introduction by Hugh Kenner. Slightly opened at title page, else very fine.. First Thus. Hard Cover.

$30.00

LAND OF THE PILGRIMS' PRIDE

By Nathan, George Jean.

New York: Knopf, 1927. Number 132 of 140 signed and numbered copies. Marbled boards, quarter cloth, with paper spine on label. Edges uncut, several pages unopened . Extra paper spine label tipped in to rearpastedown. Marbled illustrated covers lightly rubbed, spine label darkened--gold printing not legible--still an appealing, sturdy and very good plus copy.. Signed by Author. First, and Limited Edition. Hard Cover.

$35.00

Triall By Armes
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Triall By Armes

By Hergesheimer, Joseph

London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot, 1929. Limited edition, no. 48 of 500 copies. Signed by the author on the Limitation Page.This is Number 17 of the Woburn Books.Tanning along inner hinges to front and rear free endpapers, else fine in very good, unclipped, but slightly dampstained dust jacket, nicked at spine ends.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$25.00

Hail Thee Who Play

By McClure, Michael

Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1968. Limited edition, this is #246/250 copies, signed by the author on limitation page at rear. Very near fine in sewn paper wrappers.. Signed by Author. First Edition. wraps.

$15.00

Scion

By Dickey, James

Deerfield, MA/ Dublin, Ireland: The Deerfield Press/the Gallery Press, 1980. Fine in very near fine dustwrapper, with faint stain at bottom of front flap from removed price-sticker. One of 300 copies Signed by the author. Illustrated by Timothy Engelland.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$45.00

How I Make a Wood Cut
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How I Make a Wood Cut

By Kent, Rockwell

Pasadena, CA: Esto Publishing Co., 1934. Black cloth, printed paper label on front cover. 1/1000cc. 22pp. 4 illustrated plates. Boards modestly rubbed, faint offsetting from title-page illustration on preceding flyleaf, else fine, in acetate protective jacket.. First Edition (stated). Hard Cover. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$75.00

Maurizius Forever

By Miller, Henry

San Francisco: The Colt Press, 1946. A limited edition of 500 copies, printed at the Grabhorn Press. Illustratred from original drawings and watercolors by the author. Would be a near fine copy, but a waterstain slightly discolors the fore-edge area of the front boards and bottom edge, as well as small area to rear--contents not affected.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$30.00

The Red Limbo Lingo: a Poetry Notebook

By Durrell, Lawrence

New York: E. P. Dutton., 1971. Limited edition, no. 840/1200, unsigned. Fine in clear acetate dustjacket, lacking slipcase.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$20.00

Mutevoli Pensieri, Traduzione di Salvatore Quasimodo

By Aiken, Conrad

Milano: All'Insegna Di Pesce d'Oro, 1963. 62pp. Side-by-side English and Italian text. Yellow printed wrappers with wraparound band. No. 684 of 900 numbered copies. Barely worn, very close to fine.. First Edition. Perfect Bound Wrappers. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

$25.00

MENSCHEN

By Salati, Vinicio

Zürich: Büchergilde Gutenberg Limited to 6000cc, this is #25. Hardcover. Cream-colored papered boards, gilt-stamped on front and spine.8vo. 63+1 pp. Boldly illustrated by Felice Filippini Salati. Lightly used, mild age toning, else Near Fine, no dustwrapper, as issued. . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$12.50

ECCE HOMO

By Grosz, George

New York: Jack Brussel, 1965. Fine in fine slipcase, lettered in gilt on spine. One of a thousand copies, issued in three states; this with all the color illustrations: 16 watercolors, 84 illustrations (also issued without the color illustrations, and with the color illustrations in a separate portfolio) . First Edition. Hard Cover.

$82.50

MAX AND THE WHITE PHAGOCYTES

By Miller, Henry

Paris: Obelisk Press, 1938. The second volume in the Villa Seurat series, published in an edition of 1,000 copies. Large octavo. Original paper wraps, lacking outer cover, professionally re-bound in three-quarter leather and marbled boards, with raised bands and titled in gilt on spine. Sunning to spine and hinge, pages lightly tanned, Near Fine.. First Edition. Hard Cover.

$85.00

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