Liverpool: University of Liverpool, . 8vo. 18pp. Green wrappers. Fine. FIRST EDITION of the first Kenneth Allott lecture.
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Belfast: Ulster Museum, 1982. 8vo. Original wrappers. Fine. FIRST EDITION.
New York: The Heritage Press, 1968. Two volumes, folio. Original two-toned cloth; slipcases. With Heritage newsletter laid-in. Extra shipping will apply due to the weight of these volumes.
Totowa, New Jersey: Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1976. 3 volumes, folio. Black-and-white and color illustrations. Original brown cloth; pictorial dust jackets; slipcase. Fine. FIRST EDITION.
Edinburgh: Tragara Press, 1983. Tall 8vo. 24,  pp. Portrait frontispiece. Original flexible cloth; acetate wrapper. A near-fine copy. FIRST EDITION, number 79 of 120 copies from an edition of 150.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1963. Square 4to. 227 pp. Profusely illustrated in color. Original cloth; printed dust jacket; acetate wrapper. A very good copy in a lightly toned jacket, the acetate with some chips at edges. Second edition. With an introduction by Sam Hunter and five essays by Hans Hofmann.
Des Moines: Meredith Publishing Company, 1933. Second printing (the first was 1833). 8vo. 124 pp. 20th-century half green morocco, patterned boards, top edges gilt. Provenance: Louise D. Holton (bookplate, name in gilt on front cover). Fine. This work was written for Better Homes & Gardens. It provides a history of...
Palaemon Press Limited, 1981. 8vo.  pp. Original marbled wrappers, printed paper label on cover. Fine. FIRST EDITION, number ix of 50 Roman-numbered copies for distribution from an edition of 175.
Greensboro NC: University of North Carolina, 1966. 4to. 47pp. Original printed wrappers. Slightly curled, light soiling. The Randall Jarrell issue of the Alumni News, following the poet's death in 1965.
London: T. Davies, J. Newbery and T. Payne, 1767. Two volumes, 12mo (171 x 101 mm). Contemporary calf, spines gilt in compartments, morocco lettering-pieces. Some spotting and browning. Third edition. Courtney and Smith, p. 83-84.
Chicago: The Newberry Library, 1948. 8vo. Lists 143 items. Original blue printed wrappers. A near-fine copy, the paper lightly age-darkened, the wrapper with light weat at edges. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE, one of 60 copies for private distribution signed by Spoerri. This an important association copy designated in Spoerri's hand...
New York: Grossman Publishers, 1974. Edited by Nicolas Ducrot. 4to. 224 pp. Original cloth; pictorial dust jacket. A very good copy, some pale age-darkening to the sheet edges, toned jacket with a closed tear on front panel and several small nicks. Previous owner's unobtrusive name in ink on front free...
New York: H. P. Kraus, . Folio. 14 color plates, 86 halftones and line cuts. 167, pp. Original fine-grained cloth, printed paper label on cover. A near-fine copy with slightest sunning to cloth. FIRST EDITION, one of 1200 copies of Kraus's "culmination of many years of planning and working. Never...
Austin: The University of Texas, 1976. 8vo. 204,  pp. Original cloth; slipcase. A fine copy. LIMITED EDITION, number 71 of 100 copies signed by the compiler. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by the designed William Holman to Lola Szladits, renowned curator of the Berg collection at NYPL. Printed memorial to Harry Huntt Ransom laid in.
London: 1982. 8vo. pp. Sewn in original printed wrappers, with a smaller folded sheet sewn in at center. A near-fine copy with offsetting internally. FIRST EDITION of this scarce pamphlet, reproducing the booklet made of Larkin's 1970 talk at Eboracum [Derwent College, University of York], sewn in at center. About...
London: Umbrella Club, Summer 1959. 8vo. Original printed wrappers. A fine copy. FIRST APPEARANCE of this poem.
London: The Anglo-Israel Association, 1998. 8vo. 22,  pp. Tipped-in portrait frontispiece. Original blue morocco-backed boards by Smith Settle of Otley. Fine. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED ISSUE, number 59 of 250 copies signed by the author.
24 offprints authored or co-authored by Lederberg, co-winner of the 1958 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovering that bacteria can reproduce sexually and exchange genes. The collection includes a range of offprints from his career, from his first article in 1947 (culled from his dissertation) to the work...
Guildford: Circle Press, 1974. 8vo (157 x 127 mm; 6 1/4 x 5 in.). Text in Portuguese, English, and Spanish. 51 woodcuts on 46 sheets, with an additional woodcut on title. Text and plates laid loose as issued in printed paper wrapper and folding printed card portfolio, mounted print on...
Cambridge: The University Press for The Limited Editions Club, 1977. Limited edition, number 605 of 1600 copies signed by the illustrator. Tall octavo. Illustrated by David Gentleman. Original green cloth-backed decorated boards; publisher's board slipcase. Edited and introduced by Jim Lees.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1985. Limited edition, number 322 of 800 copies. Folio. Original Nigerian goatskin-backed marbled boards, goatskin facings on the boards, gilt-lettered on spine, bound by Denis Gouey; publisher's slipcase. Designed by Harry Milliken, Ben Shiff and David Wolfe. Presswork by The Anthoensen Press, Heritage Printers...
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1972. Limited edition, number 605 of 1500 copies signed by the illustrator. 2 volumes, folio: text and plates. Original gilt-decorated cloth; original glassine; publisher's board slipcase. The Ani Manuscript in the British Museum was photographed for this edition by Peter Parkinson.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1970. Limited edition, number 605 of 1500 copies signed by the illustrator. Quarto. Illustrated by Teje Etchemendy. Original decorated cloth; original glassine; publisher's board slipcase. Selected and edited by Albert B. Lord.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1977. Limited edition, number 605 of 1600 copies. Folio. Original black morocco-backed patterned boards; original glassine; publisher's slipcase.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1971. Limited edition, number 605 of 1500 copies signed by the illustrator. Folio. Full-page plates by Satorsky. Original cloth; original glassine; publisher's slipcase.