Doc Holliday 10 - Western: Der Coltman aus Ysleta (German Edition)

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Inscribed by Beattie. Publicity photo of the author laid in. Chicago: Charles C. Thompson Co. Pictorial wrappers. Photographs and portraits. Wrapper a bit chipped at spine extremities and foretips, but generally a very good copy of a fragile book. First edition of this anthology of articles, along with a few first person narratives, the former largely contributed by associates of various vigilance committees, a D. The collection was reprinted widely, with the title embellished with a prefix: Fighting The Traffic in Young Girls Elaborately gilt decorated cloth, t.

Narrow splits at tips of lower joint, otherwise a very good, bright copy. First edition, first issue, without the colophon, and without additional titles beneath the author s name on the title-page.

Inscribed to the Publisher London: William Jackson Books Ltd. Gilt polished buckram, t.

Frontis by Clare Leighton. Trace of foxing to endsheets, else near fine in torn glassine and paper flap dust jacket. First edition, published as 11 of the Furnival Books.


Foreword by Geoffrey West. Copy 5 of num-. In addition to being signed on the limitation page, this copy is inscribed by Benson to the publisher For Mr. It is also signed by West at the end of his Foreword, and by Leighton in the margin of the frontis.


Those copies offered for general sale were signed only by Benson. Four plates after gravures by Beatrice Bonnafous. Two corners slightly bumped, otherwise about fine. First edition, the text translated from the author s Russian by Lydia Chweitzer.

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From a total edition of three hundred copies, this is one of ordinary copies on Rhapsodie blanc. About fine. First edition, limited issue. One of numbered copies, signed by the author. One of numbered copies, specially bound and signed by the author. One of numbered copies, specially bound, and signed by the author. Light foxing and usual offsetting to endsheets, spine extremities a touch frayed, otherwise a very good, bright copy. An early presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endsheet: Mme.

Thierry de la None [? Early on she enjoyed the friendship of Dickens and the Lambs.

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Review photo and flyer laid in. Inscribed and signed by the author in , and with an a. Top edge dust marked, otherwise a nice copy in dust jacket. A Noblewoman s Copy Oxford: Printed by T. Wright and W. Thick octavo. Contemporary unlettered red morocco, spine gilt extra, covers with gilt roll of vines at edges, with oval black morocco central inlay with the sacred monogram and cross within a gilt sunburst, a.

Vertical crack in spine, with shallow losses at crown and toe, front binder s blank detached but present , rear inner hinge cracking after free endsheet, some wear to joints and forecorners; still, a good, internally fresh and crisp copy. An attractive octavo printing, including the Apocrypha. Wright and Gill printed an edition in folio the same year. A highly likely association copy of some interest, signed on the front binder s blank Sarah S. Sarah Childs married Lord Villiers on 23 May As heir to Child s Bank and to the property at Osterley Park, she brought considerable resources to the marriage and was engaged as an active partner at the bank.

She exerted influence in political circles and was prominent socially, sufficient to provide models for fictional characters in novels by Disraeli and Lady Caroline Lamb. Chicago: A. Frontis and plates by Maynard Dixon. Modest edgewear, a few small spots, otherwise a very good or better copy of a book usually found quite worn. Edited with an Introduction by Robert Giroux. Pencil inscription in corner of pastedown, else about fine in dust jacket.

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Spiralbound printed wrappers. Text paper faintly tanned, two old tape marks on wrappers, but very nice. Uncorrected proofs of the first US edition, translated by Derek Coltman. The published edition included an introduction by Edmund Wilson, not yet present in this early format. Chicago: The Blue Sky Press, []. Decorated gilt cloth. Decorative title-border.

Extremities rubbed and tips a trifle frayed, small chip from fore-edge of free endsheet, else a good copy. One of five hundred numbered copies on Van Gelder, from an edition of copies.


Not in Ransom s checklist of the press. First Book New York: Robert M. McBride, Linen and boards, printed paper spine label. Top edge slightly dusty, else about fine in a very good example of the uncommon dust jacket a bit darkened at extremities, with modest wear around the head and toe of the spine. First edition of the poet s first book, printed in an edition of one thousand or fewer copies according to the author s recollection.

New York: Harcourt, Large, thick quarto. House logo wrappers, printed label. Uncorrected proofs of the first edition. Remnants of label at lower edge, else fine. San Francisco: Printed for Albert M.