September SALE: books in our Poetry, Maritime, and Education sections priced at $100 or less are 30% off!
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New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1936. Hardcover. Quarto. Very good in cream cloth with red and gilt title label. Darkening around edges and to spine, boards very faintly foxed, bookplate on front pastedown. Interior clean, with handsome engraved illustrations by W.H. Lizars. Maritime. MAR1/03161. Very Good.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, 1961. Hardcover. 8vo. Very good in Very good white illustrated dust jacket with brown title to front panel and to spine panel. Minor wear to dust jacket including browning to spine and edges, chipping / tears to edges, and minor rubbing. Bookplate to front pastedown. Clean interior. 358 pages. POET/122618. Very Good / Very Good.
Edinburgh and London: T. N. Foulis, (1920). First Edition. Hardcover. Original blue cloth backed and gray paper boards with black title to front board and bright gilt title to spine. Near fine, without dust jacket. Light browning to end pages. Foreword by C. M. G[rieve] (Hugh MacDiarmid). Includes John Buchan, Violet Jacob, Neil Munro, Will Ogilvie, T. S. Cairncross, C. M. Grieve, Joseph Lee, John Ferguson, A. G. Grieve, Donald A. Mackenzie, and Roderick Watson Kerr. POE/110316. Near Fine.
Edinburgh and London: T. N. Foulis, 1921. First Edition. Hardcover. Original blue cloth backed and gray paper boards with bright gilt title to spine. Fine, without dust jacket. First edition. Includes John Buchan, Agnes Lindsay Carnegie, Agnes S. Falconer, John Ferguson, Mabel Christian Forbes, Alexander Gray, C. M. Grieve, Ian Hamilton, Isobel W. Hutchison, Violet Jacob, Roderick Watson Kerr, Donald A. Mackenzie,. Charles Murray, Will H. Ogilvie, William Ogilvie, Ronald Ross, Mark Symon, Lewis Spence, and Lauchlan Maclean Watt. C. M. Grieve is Hugh MacDiarmid. Unpaginated. POE/110316. Fine.
Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University Press, (2004). Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. Turquoise cloth covered boards with gilt title to spine and gilt author's name to front board. Minor fading to top edge of boards and to spine. Author's signature to title page. Else is pristine. Includes paper from The Folger Poetry Series laid in. Transluscent white dust jacket with slight edge wear and slight tonight to spine. 111 pages. POET/013112. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
Haverford College. Paperback. Paper Wrappers. Very Good. Thin 4to. Beige wrappers with black title and decorative orange insignia to front panel. Side stapled. Wrappers have separated from pages. Chipping to front edge. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations throughout. 16 pages. EDU/030504. Very Good.
Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1951. Hardcover. First edition. Illustrated. Green cloth boards with red title to spine. Gutters darkened, last page rumpled, otherwise very good in worn white dust jacket with black title to spine panel. Chips and tears to jacket. 159 pages. BOB/111516. Very Good / Very Good.
London: Faber and Faber, (1981). Hardcover. Near fine 8vo. Green paper covered boards with bright gilt stamping to spine. Slight wear to spine ends, boards very clean. In very good plus green paper DJ with mylar protective wrap (spine lightly faded, no chipping or creasing). Tight, bright and very clean interior. Bibliography, 189pp. Poetry Anthology. POEANT/12133. Fine in Near Fine DJ.
New York: Macmillan, 1916. Hardcover. Author's has handwritten several lines from The Great Maze on ffe that compare the beauty of Helen to that of Clytaenestra (p. 5 of book). along with an inscription dated March 19, 1924. Very good dark red cloth boards with gilt-lettering. Hagedorn is perhaps best known as a biographer of Theodore Roosevelt. 8vo. Poetry. POE12171. Very Good.
Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, (1966). Paperback. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. SCARCE. 8vo. Light green and grey illustrated paper wrappers with black title to front wrapper and to spine. Spine faded to beige. Minor fading to edge of wraps as well. Printed price on rear wrapper has been crossed out with marker. Author's signature to title page. Else is pristine. 71 pages. POET/121311. Very Good + in Wraps.
Chicago and London: St. James Press, 1968. Hardcover. Number 18 of 100 copies signed by Day-Lewis. It includes the first appearance in book form of his poem "Sunday Afternoon." Bound in dark blue cloth with title and compilers' names to spine in silver. Near fine with black paper wrappers with fading to spine. With three portraits of the poet. 42 pages. BOB/102716. Near Fine / Very Good.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1879. Hardcover. INSCRIbED BY THE AUTHOR. Very good in green cloth covered boards with gilt title to front board and gilt decoration to head and foot of spine. Minor bumping to spine ends and corners. Front free end page is loose at the top, rear free end page has been removed. Author's insription written in pen on the second front end page reads "Charles E. Smith, With the kindest regards of the Author, June 6th 1879." Else is clean and bright with very light foxing throughout. 84 pages. dimensions: 7x 4 3/4. Poetry. POE306030. Very Good.
Philadelphia: Ferris Bros. 1890. Hardcover. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR. 2nd edition. Very good in maroon cloth with gilt lettering. Upper third of top board a bit faded. Light wear at corners and ends of spine. Minor rubbing to boards. Author's inscription to front free end page reads "Clara L. (illegible last name), with the kindest regards of the Author, June 13 1891." Tissue guard frontis. Light finger prints to front free end page and paste down. Else is clean and bright. 101 pages. Poetry. POE1/5170. Very Good.