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Certain Personal Matters

by Wells, HG

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London: Heinemann, 1897. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Good. Publisher's original red boards with black lettering. Spine sl. faded and with a ref. no. in black ink and a lightly pencilled word. Lightly shelfrubbed boards gently rubbed at extremities and spine ends. No ffep and no half-title. Rubber stamp with a ref. no. to title page. 278pp. well bound, unmarked and undiscoloured. Pages 131-134 have a piece about 1 sq. cm torn away from the top outer corner. Some light foxing to the publisher's catalogue at the back.
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The First Men In The Moon

The First Men In The Moon

by WELLS, H.G

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Used - First English Edition; first binding. An extraordinary copy in the rare dust jacket. Aside from minor dust soiling of the edges
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London: George Newnes, 1901. First English Edition; first binding. An extraordinary copy in the rare dust jacket. Aside from minor dust soiling of the edges and slight bumping at the foot of the spine, the book is as fine and bright as one might expect from the more than one hundred years of protection afforded by the jacket, which is virtually free of wear and has slight dust soiling to the spine of the dust jacket,
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The First Men in the Moon.

The First Men in the Moon.

by Wells, H.G

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Used
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Hardcover
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London: George Newnes, Limited, 1901. First edition, first issue binding of Wells' classic work. Octavo, original cloth, 12 plates by by Claude Shepperson. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with a touch of shelfwear. Exceptionally rare in the original dust jacket, especially in this condition. The First Men in the Moon tells the story of a journey to the Moon undertaken by the two protagonists: a businessman narrator, Mr. Bedford; and an eccentric scientist, Mr. Cavor. Bedford and Cavor discover that the Moon is inhabited by a sophisticated extraterrestrial civilisation of insect-like creatures they call "Selenites".
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The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

by WELLS, H.G

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Used - First American Edition; with some minor textual differences and an epilogue not included in the English edition. Some cloth soil
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Hardcover
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New York: Edward Arnold, 1897. First American Edition; with some minor textual differences and an epilogue not included in the English edition. Some cloth soiling and wear; some old, hardly noticeable mending to the front endpaper; very good in a custom clamshell box. Presentation copy; inscribed by Wells with two drawings, “[drawing of a fireplace and a chair and a steaming bowl] To J. Maclaren Cobban, from H.G. Wells [drawing of a small figure - presumably Wells - with a bowl labeled ‘GRUEL’] When they were both ill. 1898.” Cobban was primarily a novelist of adventure and fantasy fiction, and was also a contributor to the Strand Magazine. Inscribed copies of the Wells “scientific romances” are especially scarce.
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The New Review: A Complete Run in 17 Volumes (1889-97)

The New Review: A Complete Run in 17 Volumes (1889-97)

by (CONRAD, Joseph, H. Rider Haggard, Kenneth Grahame, Henry James, W.N.P. Nicholson, H.G. Wells, W.B. Yeats, and Others)

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Used - Very Good
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Hardcover
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London: (Longmans, Green and Co. / William Heinemann, 1889. Hardcover. Very Good. Magazine. 17 volumes. Large octavos. Edited by Archibald Grove and William Ernest Henley. A complete set of *The New Review* consisting of all of the monthly issues published from June, 1889 (issue no. 1) through December 1897, when it ceased publication. Bound without wrappers in full cloth over boards, with dark red leather spine labels stamped in gold, edges sprinkled red. An ex-library set with intermittent small ink stamps and bookplates on the front pastedowns. Modest overall soiling and some scattered light staining to the cloth bindings, two folded plates in volume 17 are split along the fold, overall very good. A complete run of this influential avant-garde magazine that features the first published appearances of many important literary works, most notably H.G. Wells' *The Time Machine*, a landmark science fiction novel that popularized time travel stories and coined the term "time machine," and Joseph… Read More
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The Works of H G Wells
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The Works of H G Wells

by H.G. Wells

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Used - Fine
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First edition
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London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1924-1927. First edition. Fine Binding. Fine. 9" by 6". None. A fine, complete set of H.G.Wells' works. Exquisitely bound, in full morocco bindings, with Wells' signature tooled to the front boards. Signed by Wells to the first volume. First edition thus, the first edition of the 'Atlantic Edition'. Signed by Wells to the limitation page of volume I. An uncommon London edition of this work, which has been bound in a sumptuous morocco binding. There were 620 copies of the London edition published, followed bu a subsequent 1050 American sets. Therefore the London edition is less common. H.G Wells was a prolific author who wrote across many genres. He is best remembered for his science fiction novels, which earned him the nickname of the 'Shakespeare of Science fiction' by Brian Aldiss. Wells is held in high esteem alongside Jules Verne and Hugo Gernsback in the leading figures of Science fiction. He penned short stories, works of social commentary, history, satire,… Read More
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The First Men in the Moon

The First Men in the Moon

by Wells, H.G.

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  • near fine
  • hardcover
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Used - Near Fine
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1st Edition
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Hardcover
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Bowen-Merrill, 1901 First Edition, First Printing. This is the TRUE FIRST EDITION, THAT PRECEDED THE ENGLISH EDITION BY ONE MONTH. This American edition, published by Bowen-Merrill is exceptionally rare with this ORIGINAL FIRST ISSUE DUSTJACKET. This attractive dustjacket is great shape, with a small chip to the top spine and front panel. The spine is lightly darkened, and the corners have wear. Besides some minor rubbing to the panels, this dustjacket has held up well over the years. The book is in excellent shape. The binding is tight, and the gold lettering on the spine is present. The boards are fresh, with light wear to the edges. The pages are clean, and there is no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. This is the Currey first binding with "Bobbs Merrill" on the spine (repeated on the spine panel of the dust jacket). We buy Wells First Editions.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.
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NEIL ARMSTRONG’S SIGNATURE - THE ULTIMATE ASSOCIATION COPY
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NEIL ARMSTRONG’S SIGNATURE - THE ULTIMATE ASSOCIATION COPY: The first men in the moon.

by WELLS, H.G.

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Used
Edition
FIRST ENGLISH EDITION
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With 12 inserted plates by Claude Shepperson. Original publishers blue cloth (Binding A), front cover and spine gilt, black-coated endpapers. Signed on the fly-leaf by Neil Armstrong, to Bill and Cindy Madison.....First English edition printed a month following the first printing in Indianapolis, with minor differences in the text. Certainly one of Wells' best-known and beloved science fiction-romances. The story surrounds the journey to the moon by two men, a scientist and businessman, who discover the Selenites, a sophisticated civilization of insect-like creatures. This, as well as many of Wells' books, inspired generations of science fiction writers such as C.S Lewis. This was not only Wells' first novel to be made into a film, released in 1919, but the first science fiction novel ever adapted as a motion picture.
Of course the amazing aspect of this copy is the signature of Neil Armstrong (1930-2012), the first human to ever walk on the moon. Armstrong, who along with Buzz Aldrin and their pilot… Read More
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The Time Machine: An Invention

by WELLS, H.G

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Hardcover
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London: Heinemann, 1895. First Edition - English. This copy has been specially signed by actors Rod Taylor and Alan Young in ink. Inscribed: “Rod Taylor ‘The Time Traveler’,” and “Alan Young ‘Filby’” who starred in the classic 1960 film version of The Time Machine directed by George Pal. Ownership signature. Near fine copy with a hint of dust soiling to the cloth without dust jacket. Rod Taylor has appeared in many fine motion pictures including The Birds, Giant, Raintree County, Zabriskie Point, The V.I.P.s, The Train Robbers, etc. Alan Young is best remembered for his starring role in the Mr. Ed television show and has appeared in such acclaimed motion pictures as Mr. Belvedere Goes to College, Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick, Androcles and the Lion, and has provided the voice for Scrooge McDuck for Walt Disney cartoon films.
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The War In The Air

by WELLS, H.G

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Used - First Edition; first binding. Quinn bookplate; minor cloth wear; a very good copy in a good, supplied example of the dust jacket
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London: George Bell & Sons, 1908. First Edition; first binding. Quinn bookplate; minor cloth wear; a very good copy in a good, supplied example of the dust jacket with numerous chips and tears, soiling and some bleeding through where tape was removed from the verso. The chips, numerous as they are, only affect “The” at the top of the spine; in a custom clamshell box. The front panel prints a color reproduction of the frontispiece which a later binding pasted onto the front cover. In this novel, Wells foresaw the deadly and far-reaching nature of warfare in the 20th century.
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The Works of H.G. Wells Including [The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisible...

The Works of H.G. Wells Including [The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisible Man, The War of the Worlds, Etc].

by Wells, H.G

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Used
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Hardcover
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London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1924-27. One of 20 sets for presentation from an overall edition of 620, this is letter e and Wells has written (Little e), signed by H.G. Wells in volume one, and additionally inscribed by Wells in volume one to his lover Elizabeth von Arnim, "To Little e H.G." With her bookplate to all but two volumes. After her first husband's death, she had a three-year affair with the writer H. G. Wells, then later married Frank Russell, elder brother of the Nobel prize-winning writer and philosopher Bertrand Russell. She was a cousin of the New Zealand-born writer Katherine Mansfield. Her first marriage made her Countess von Arnim-Schlagenthin and her second Elizabeth Russell, Countess Russell. Though known in early life as May, publication of her first book introduced her to readers as Elizabeth, which she eventually became to her friends and finally even to her family. She is now known invariably as Elizabeth von Arnim. She used the pen name Alice Cholmondeley only for the novel… Read More
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The Island of Doctor Moreau: A Possibility
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The Island of Doctor Moreau: A Possibility

by Wells, H.G.

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Hardcover
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NY: Duffield, 1906. 12mo. 249 pp. Original yellow-stamped blue-green cloth.; somewhat shaken, some leaves roughly opened, but a very good copy. First American edition, third issue, with the original Stone & Kimball sheets and a new title page cancel for Duffield. Signed by Wells on the half-title below a self-caricature, showing himself seated and holding a cup of tea; the drawing by Wells is much larger (approximately 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 inches) than those previously publicized, though they are by no means common. The first American edition was published by Stone & Kimball in 1896; the next year, the Stone & Kimball sheets were issued by Stone, in a new binding stamped with his name only at the base of the spine. In 1906 Duffied purchased "the entire goodwill, assets, plates, sheets, and publishing plant of the Stone Company" (Kramer History of Stone & Kimball, p. 136). Included were copies of the Stone issue, in the Stone binding, for which Duffield printed a new title page, as here.
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The Time Machine

The Time Machine

by Wells, H.G.

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Used - Fine
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1st Edition
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Hardcover
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First Edition, First Issue with the publisher's 16 page advertisements inserted at the back of the book. A beautiful copy bound in the ORIGINAL cloth from the publisher. The binding is tight with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or underlining to the pages. A lovely copy in collector's condition.
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The Time Machine

by WELLS, H.G

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Used - First English Edition; preceded by the American edition (which had significant textual differences). Original cloth; later issue
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Hardcover
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Newton, Massachusetts
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London: William Heinemann, 1895. First English Edition; preceded by the American edition (which had significant textual differences). Original cloth; later issue with purple stamping, but with no advertisements bound in. The book was originally issued in printed wrappers and in cloth; some of the unsold copies in wrappers were rebound in cloth, and other sheets were bound later in cloth as needed. Some cloth stains; foxing; very good; in a custom quarter-morocco clamshell box. Inscribed by the author inside the front cover, “Louis J Heath, warm regards, H.G. Wells, Washington May 12 34.” This pastedown with the inscription is on a slightly different paper than the other endpapers, leading to the inescapable conclusion that it must have originated in another copy.
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Der Orchideengarten: Phantastiche Blatter [The Orchid-Garden: Fantastic Pages] Magazine...
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Der Orchideengarten: Phantastiche Blatter [The Orchid-Garden: Fantastic Pages] Magazine (Collection of 39 early issues)

by Strobl, Karl Hans, Alfons von Czibulka (editors); Leo Perutz, Alexander Moritz Frey, H.G. Wells, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Guy de Maupassant, Voltaire, Victor Hugo (contributors); Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Karl Ritter, Heinrich

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Munich: Dreilander Verlag, 1920. Collection of 38 issues of the landmark Weimar-era periodical highlighting fantasy, horror, and early science fiction stories. Text in German. One of the world's first fantasy periodicals, (alongside the Swedish "Hugin") "Der Orchideengarten" featured a mix of new German stories alongside translations of foreign literature (largely French), including works by Victor Hugo, Guy de Maupassant, Voltaire, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Joseph Capek, H.G. Wells, and many others. The magazine also made forays into the proto-science fiction genre, as seen in Vol. 2 No. 4, entitled "Phantastik der Technik." A true product of the Weimar era's cultural blossoming, the magazine also features stunning illustrations both with its two- and three-color cover art and its woodcut reproductions throughout: sinister yet elegant visions of anthropomorphic flowers, religious idols, Grim Reapers, and gory deaths. "Der Orchideengarten" featured the work of Gustave Dore, Otto… Read More
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The Time Machine: An Invention.

The Time Machine: An Invention.

by Wells, H.G

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Used
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Hardcover
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New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1895. First edition, first issue preceding the British edition with the authors name misspelled as H.S. Wells on the title page of Wells' groundbreaking "scientific romance"- a work generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposely and selectively forwards or backwards in time. Octavo, original cloth. In very good condition, contemporary bookplate to the front pastedown. The publisher Henry Holt sold only 1,173 copies of this book by 1902, with tallies for all printings of which the first issue with the authors name misspelled as H.S. Wells on the title page accounted for only a few. Exceptionally rare and desirable. In 1894 Wells "began writing what he called 'single sitting stories' using his special knowledge of science, culminating in the publication of his novella The Time Machine in 1895... It was an immediate success" (Gunn, From Gilgamesh to Wells, 337).… Read More
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The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man

by Wells, H.G.

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  • fine
  • hardcover
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  • First
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Used - Fine
Edition
1st Edition
Binding
Hardcover
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First Edition, First Printing. A beautiful copy SIGNED by H.G. Wells. The book is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's red cloth and is in excellent shape with minor wear to the spine. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy SIGNED by the author housed in a custom clamshell slipcase.
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The World Set Free: A Story of Mankind.

The World Set Free: A Story of Mankind.

by Wells, H.G. [George Bernard Shaw]

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Hardcover
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London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1914. First edition, first issue of Wells' prophetic novel predicting the arrival of atomic weaponry with the publisher listed as Macmillan and Co. Limited (as opposed to Ltd.), 8 pages of advertisements at rear, and no statement of printing to the copyright page. Octavo, original cloth stamped in blind with gilt titles to the spine and front panel, top edge gilt. Association copy, inscribed by H.G. Wells to George Bernard Shaw, "G.B.S. from H.G." Like Wells, George Bernard Shaw used writing fiction as a vehicle to disseminate his political, social and religious ideas. Wells and Shaw connected when Wells joined the gradualist Fabian society in 1903. Shaw had, since the mid 1880s, been a dedicated member and advocated its message of moderation in the face of a debate regarding the option to embrace anarchism. In the years following the 1906 election, Shaw felt that the Fabians needed fresh leadership and saw this in the form of Wells. Wells, however, held views at… Read More
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The Island of Doctor Moreau

by Wells, H.G.

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Used - Fine
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1st Edition
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Hardcover
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William Heinemann, London, 1896 First Edition, First Printing. A beautiful copy SIGNED by H.G. Wells on a laid in signature. The book is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's orange/brown cloth. The binding is tight and the boards are crisp with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A lovely copy SIGNED by the author.. Signed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine.
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When the Sleeper Wakes
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When the Sleeper Wakes

by Wells, H.G.

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  • hardcover
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Used - Very Good
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Hardcover
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London and New York: Harper & Brothers, 1899. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. An excellent Author's Presentation Copy, inscribed "C.F.A. Voysey from H.G. Wells." Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) was a prolific writer in many genres but is best remembered for his science fiction novels, of which this is one. This dystopian work was first published in 1899, but Wells revised it in 1910 and published it as When the Sleeper Awakes. He was dissatisfied with this first version, saying it was written when he was under time pressures. The recipient is Charles Voysey, an important English architect and designer who was influenced by the Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau movements. In 1900 he was the architect for Spade House, which Wells built in 1900 and lived in for the succeeding decade. Laid in is a Raphael Tuck and Sons "real photograph" postcard of Wells that is contemporary with the book and signed in ink below the image. Such an early photograph of Wells is uncommon and signed ones are… Read More
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