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Catalogue of nineteenth century and modern first editions and science fiction : including Betjeman's Mount Zion, (1931); Brooke's Poems, 1911, inscribed by the author to John Drinkwater; Churchill's Story of the Malakand field force, 1898; Why I am a free trader, 1905; and Lord Randolph Churchill, 1906, inscribed by the author to John Royle; Eliot's The waste land, New York, 1922; Frost's North of Boston, 1914, inscribed by the author; Greene's Babbling April, Oxford, 1925; Joyce's Anna Livia Plurabelle, New York, 1928, inscribed by Harry Crosby to Aldous Huxley; D.H. Lawrence's The rainbow, 1915; Bay, 1919; and Paintings, 1929; T.E. Lawrence's Seven pillars of wisdom, complete copy, 1926; Symon's Frederick Baron Corvo, 1927, the dedication copy, with a page of autograph manuscript by Corvo; Shaw's Saint Joan, illustrated by Ricketts, 1924, inscribed by the author and Dame Sybil Thorndyke; and a unique copy of The millionairess, 1935; Gertrude Stein's Portrait of Mabel Dodge, Florence, ? 1911; and Dix portraits, one of 10 copies on Japon, Paris, 1930; Virginia Woolf's The voyage out, 1915, with autograph and typed revisions by the author; The mark on the wall, 1919; and Kew gardens, 1919, and Yeat's Mosada, Cuala Press, 1943, and collections of Amazing stories; New York, 1926-66; The Arkham sampler, Winsconsin, 1948-49; Astounding stories, New York, 1930-57; New worlds, 1946-67; Science wonder stories, and Wonder stories, New York, 1929-36; and Tales of wonder, 1937-42 : which will be sold by auction by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co. ... Thursday, 13th May ... Friday, 14th May, 1976. Preview this item
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Catalogue of nineteenth century and modern first editions and science fiction : including Betjeman's Mount Zion, (1931); Brooke's Poems, 1911, inscribed by the author to John Drinkwater; Churchill's Story of the Malakand field force, 1898; Why I am a free trader, 1905; and Lord Randolph Churchill, 1906, inscribed by the author to John Royle; Eliot's The waste land, New York, 1922; Frost's North of Boston, 1914, inscribed by the author; Greene's Babbling April, Oxford, 1925; Joyce's Anna Livia Plurabelle, New York, 1928, inscribed by Harry Crosby to Aldous Huxley; D.H. Lawrence's The rainbow, 1915; Bay, 1919; and Paintings, 1929; T.E. Lawrence's Seven pillars of wisdom, complete copy, 1926; Symon's Frederick Baron Corvo, 1927, the dedication copy, with a page of autograph manuscript by Corvo; Shaw's Saint Joan, illustrated by Ricketts, 1924, inscribed by the author and Dame Sybil Thorndyke; and a unique copy of The millionairess, 1935; Gertrude Stein's Portrait of Mabel Dodge, Florence, ? 1911; and Dix portraits, one of 10 copies on Japon, Paris, 1930; Virginia Woolf's The voyage out, 1915, with autograph and typed revisions by the author; The mark on the wall, 1919; and Kew gardens, 1919, and Yeat's Mosada, Cuala Press, 1943, and collections of Amazing stories; New York, 1926-66; The Arkham sampler, Winsconsin, 1948-49; Astounding stories, New York, 1930-57; New worlds, 1946-67; Science wonder stories, and Wonder stories, New York, 1929-36; and Tales of wonder, 1937-42 : which will be sold by auction by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co. ... Thursday, 13th May ... Friday, 14th May, 1976.

Author: Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co.
Publisher: London : Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1976.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: Winston S Churchill; B J Plummer; Joseph Thomas Hughes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co.
OCLC Number: 711963562
Notes: Sale code: SHR14.
Place of sale: London.
Description: 84 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

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