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Catalogue of nineteenth century and modernfirst editions and presentation copies...
Meredith's Poems. Selected, with an introduction by M. Betham-Edwards. "Authorized Edition". London: Walter Scott, . Sm. sq. 8vo, xiii, p. Copy in green half morocco by Dode offered by James Burmester, List III, , a presentation copy inscribed to "The Countess de Grey from her aff. friend the Author", with bookplate of Gladys de Grey, and "neat manuscript corrections. The Limited Editions Club, much as its title suggests, was a subscription-based book club intent on circulating limited edition copies of classic titles to its members. Founded in in New York City by George Macy, the Club consisted of a select group of book .
The first book edition appeared in March and sold more than , copies in the first year. This best-selling novel of the nineteenth century was extremely influential in fueling antislavery sentiment during the decade preceding the Civil War. Washington DC: United States Government Printing Office, First Edition. Hardcover. Red cloth; iv, pages. Includes the catalogue, index to authors of works issued anonymously, books on East Asiatic music Chinese and Japanese, and a list of books from the Dayton C. Miller Collection. Owner name on front endpaper. Near Fine, issued without dustwrapper.
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Catalogue of nineteenth-century and modern first editions, presentation copies, autograph letters and literary manuscripts: comprising first editions of Beerbohm, Blunden, Sir Richard Burton presentation copies from Sir Max Beerbohm, John Betjeman, Norman Douglas autograph letters of Matthew Arnold, Blunden, Sir Winston Churchill.
The book was published and republished in at least 13 editions up tothen revived from the late 16th century, undergoing at least 16 editions between andas well as numerous editons in German, French and English.
Complete copies of the first edition are rare, and only a few copies are found in American institutions. The earliest printed book in the list is a Southern Song annotated woodblock edition of the Book of Tang printed c. The first book to achieve a sale price of greater than $1 million was a copy of the Gutenberg Bible which sold for $ million in I’ve only just begun sorting through them, but have discovered 1) a Tiffany Blue book, 2) an Boardman’s White Mountain guide with an owner signature of Levi Lincoln Jr., 3) an edition of Roundabout Papers by Thackery,4) an edition of Kirby and Spence’s Introduction to Entomology, 5) an version of “Undine” and.
A first edition copy of The Hobbit which was the highest price for a 20th-century novel recorded at the time. The book was well-preserved and was numbered 45 of the first copies ever. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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It depicts the same scene as the one found on the copy of Bromley's "Royal Letters" that appears as item # in the Maggs cataloguea binding identified as executed by Edwards of Halifax, and the discussion of that binding mentions a painting of our same scene known to appear on yet another book.
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Smith. Unlike free public libraries, these. Some in the rare book trade will set the starting point for modern firsts at the beginning of the 20th century, others push that date back a bit to the later part of the 19th century. Biblio marks the start of modern firsts ascorresponding with the end of WWI.
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In the early twentieth century, however, dust jackets developed from simple coverings to art forms and promotional aids that became integral to the book. Because collectors of modern first editions generally prefer a copy as close as possible to the first appearance of the book in every way, most prefer a dust jacket when obtainable.
Catalogue of nineteenth century and modern first editions, presentation copies, autograph letters and literary manuscripts: including Bridge's Poems written in the year MCMXIII, inscribed to Sir Henry Newbolt ; Eliot's Prufrock,signed by the author ; Graves's Goliath and David,inscribed to Newbolt and other works inscribed to Graves's mother ; a collection of works of Graham Greene.
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