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BLAST : Review of the Great English Vortex. Issues 1 & 2
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BLAST : Review of the Great English Vortex. Issues 1 & 2

by Lewis, Wyndham

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Large 4to., original printed wraps; Vol I printed in black on pink card, with 22 black-and-white photographic plates, pp. 160, [iv, ads.]; Vol II with cover design by Lewis in black over white card; pp. 102, [vi, ads.] with 20 full-page, inter-text and tailpiece illustrations by Lewis, Edward Wadsworth, Jacob Epstein, Gaudier-Brzeska, Christopher Nevinson, William Roberts and many others, and 1 photograph. Both volumes aged toned with age related markings. VOLUME 1 : Some loss to the spine ends and cover edges. Both the front and back covers of this volume are detached but come together and present well in the removable Mylar archival cover. The covers are spotted along the outer edge. Internally complete with the usually encountered spotting throughout which is heavier in places. VOLUME 2 : A small area of loss to the lower spine otherwise the spine is remarkably intact. A tiny chip to the rear lower cover otherwise the covers have only very light age related markings. The covers are protected in a… Read more
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The Backward Son (In Superb Condition)
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The Backward Son (In Superb Condition)

by Spender, Stephen

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  • near fine
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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK Printing published by The Hogarth Press in 1940.The BOOK is in near FINE condition.A little ghosting to the spine and cover edges.Hint of toning to the text block with moderate offsetting and a little spotting to the end papers.Free from inscriptions, erasures and markings.The WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition.A slither of rubbing at the lower spine tip.A hint of toning to the white lettering on the spine.The Robert Buhler designed wrapper artwork looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival cover.Loosely inserted is the remnant of a book society band which may have accompanied this title.The English modernist poet's first published novel, an autobiographical work about his childhood school experiences.The protagonist, Geoffrey Bland, is the son of an overbearing father and ineffectual mother who is sent away to boarding school at a young age.Virginia Woolf praised the novel in her diary (May 6, 1940).A very sharp copy of the author's first novel. Ashtonrarebooks… Read more
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Bad News
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Bad News: The exceptionally rare second title in the acclaimed 'Patrick Melrose' series

by St.Aubyn, Edward

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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Heinemann, London in 1992. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. Light pushing at the spine ends with a tiny nick at the upper spine tip. Free from inscriptions and erasures. Very light toning to the text block. The WRAPPER is complete and is in near Fine condition. A hint of creasing to the upper spine tip. The red lettering to the front cover and spine remains bright and unfaded. The flaps are clean. The exceptionally rare second title in the acclaimed 'Patrick Melrose' series, recently televised starring Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead role. Collectible. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
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Bambi
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Bambi

by Salten, Felix

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  • hardcover
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Used - Very Good++
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Jonathan Cape, London in 1928. The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition. A very slight lean with slight pushing and fading at the spine ends. Gilt titling remains bright. Original green boards with pictorial end-papers. Free from inscriptions and erasures. Small bookseller sticker to the rear lower pastedown. Light toning to the text-block. The WRAPPER is neatly price-clipped and is in Very Good+ condition. A little loss at the spine ends and mild edge-wear. Some toning and rubbing to the spine and edges. Two small closed tears to the front spine folds and some mild age related marking in places but less so than usually encountered. The wrapper looks striking in the removable Brodart archival cover. Unattributed B/W illustrations at the beginning of every chapter. Translated from the German by Whittaker Chambers and with an introduction by John Galsworthy. The basis for the Disney classic adaptation. Very elusive title with such attributes. Collectible. Ashton… Read more
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Barbarians At The Gate (In The First State Wrapper)
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Barbarians At The Gate (In The First State Wrapper): Very scarce title

by Woolf, Leonard

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  • near fine
  • hardcover
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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK Trade Edition published by Gollancz in 1939. Not to be confused with the more commonly found 'Left Book Club' softcover edition published the same year. The BOOK is in near FINE condition. A little toning to the text block but the book is clean, tight and free from inscriptions. Small bookseller's sticker to the lower front pastedown. The black boards are very clean with the gilt titling remaining very bright. The WRAPPER is complete and is in near FINE condition. Minor creasing and nicks in places. The spine is a little age toned. The wrapper is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. A very sharp copy and extremely scarce as such. A classic text written on the eve of the Second World War by the founder of the Hogarth Press. Collectible. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
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The Bear Fell Free (Signed By The Author)
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The Bear Fell Free (Signed By The Author)

by Greene, Graham

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  • near fine
  • hardcover
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Condition
Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK and sole printing published by Grayson and Grayson in 1935. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. Clean original sage cloth with the gilt titling and decoration to the spine and boards remaining very bright. Slight splaying of the boards as usually encountered. Floral design with monogram to endpapers, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. Light spotting to the text-block but the pages remain clean. The WRAPPER is complete and is in near Fine condition. Just a hint of toning to the spine and the slightest of creasing at the lower spine end. Mild horizontal crease to front panel. Colouring and titling remain very bright. The scarce wrapper is in exceptional condition and looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival cover. This is Number 187 of 285 numbered copies Signed and Numbered by the Author. A small limitation which was never reprinted. Extremely scarce in the dust jacket. Part of the 'Grayson Books' Series, which was edited by John Hackney and comprised 12 titles in total.… Read more
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Before The Bombardment : Inscribed By The Author To Somerset Maugham In The Year of Publication
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Before The Bombardment : Inscribed By The Author To Somerset Maugham In The Year of Publication

by Sitwell, Osbert

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  • near fine
  • hardcover
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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Duckworth, London in 1926. The BOOK is in near Fine condition and appears unread. Orange cloth stamped in black. Grey-blue top-stain still bright. The binding is very tight. The WRAPPER is complete and is in near Fine condition with just a very small closed tear to the front lower spine fold. The book has been stored away for most of its life, so consequently there is no toning to the spine of the wrapper. The wrapper looks very striking in the removable Brodart archival wrapper. The book has been inscribed by the author to the second blank end-paper : ' For, W.S. Maugham, with affection, homage, and fear, from Osbert Sitwell, 2. Oct. 1926'. The recipient was the acclaimed writer (William) Somerset Maugham and presumably this inscription was written soon after the book was published. 'Maugham had known Sitwell at least as early as February 1922, for he was one of the guests at Maugham's dinner party in which Sinclair Lewis demonstrated his drunken and boorish… Read more
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Bells Across The Sand. A Book of Rhymes. With Pictures By T. Ritchie
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Bells Across The Sand. A Book of Rhymes. With Pictures By T. Ritchie

by Ritchie, T.

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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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The First UK printing published by Chatto and Windus in c1944. The BOOK is in near Fine condition. Free from inscriptions and erasures. Wonderfully illustrated throughout in B/W and colour lithography by T. Ritchie (Trekkie Parsons), the wife of the chairman at Chatto and also close friend of both Leonard and Virginia Woolf. Scarce. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
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Beloved : Signed By The Author
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Beloved : Signed By The Author: A scarce title signed by the Nobel Laureate

by Morrison, Toni

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  • near fine
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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Chatto and Windus, London in 1987. The BOOK is in near Fine condition with just some toning to the page edges and text-block due to the quality if the paper stock used. Free from inscriptions. The WRAPPER is complete and is in near Fine condition. The wrapper is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been signed (without dedication) by the author to the title page. A very sharp copy of one of the late Nobel Laureate's major works and very scarce with such attributes. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
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Ben The Bullfinch : In Exceptional Condition
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Ben The Bullfinch : In Exceptional Condition

by B.B. (Watkins-Pitchford, D.J.)

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  • near fine
  • hardcover
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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Hamish Hamilton (Reindeer Books) in 1957. The BOOK is in near Fine condition with light spotting and toning to the text-bock with some light toning to the extreme page edges. A few light spots to the boards and edges. Internally free from inscriptions and erasures. The WRAPPER is complete and is in in near Fine condition. Very light fading to the spine and just a little dustiness to the rear panel. The wrapper is in exceptional condition for its age and looks very bright in the removable Brodart archival cover. The book is profusely illustrated throughout in B/W by the author. One of the scarcest BB titles to find in any condition but more-so in such exceptional condition. More images available on request. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
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The Better World Of Reginald Perrin : Signed by The Author And The Actor Leonard Rossiter
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The Better World Of Reginald Perrin : Signed by The Author And The Actor Leonard Rossiter

by Nobbs, David

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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Victor Gollancz, London in 1978. The BOOK is in near Fine condition with just a little toning and spotting to the text-block. The WRAPPER is complete and is in near Fine condition with just a little fading to the colouring of the spine. The wrapper front panel portrays Leonard Rossiter as Reginald Perrin. The book has been inscribed by the author and Leonard Rossiter to the title page ; ' For Peter and Sheila, Leonard Rossiter , David Nobbs'. Leonard Rossiter played the lead role in the acclaimed Reginald Perrin TV series. The third title in the hugely successful 'Reginald Perrin' series. Scarce with such attributes. More images available on request. Ashton Rare Books welcome direct contact.
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Birdsong : Signed By The Author
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Birdsong : Signed By The Author

by Faulks, Sebastian

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  • hardcover
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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Hutchinson, London in 1993. The BOOK is in near Fine condition and appears unread. A hint of dustiness to the upper text-block. Free from inscriptions. The WRAPPER is complete and is in near Fine condition with no fading to the spine. A hint of creasing to the extreme top edges. The wrapper is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been signed by the author to the title page without dedication. A very sharp copy of this highly collectible title. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
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The Birthday Party (Signed By The Author)
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The Birthday Party (Signed By The Author)

by Pinter, Harold

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Used - Very Good
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First UK Edition
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The First UK Printing published by Encore Publishing Co.Ltd. in 1959. This edition was published solely as a wraps edition. The BOOK is in Very Good++ or better condition. A little creasing along the spine and a small crease at the upper front cover adjacent to the spine. The book remains tight and is free from erasures, inscriptions and markings. The book has been simply Signed without dedication on the title page by Harold Pinter. The Birthday Party was first staged in the spring of 1958 at the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, before playing in Oxford and Wolverhampton. It opened in London, at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, in May 1958 and infamously closed after only eight performances. It's failure is said to have caused Pinter to consider ending his ambition to be a playwright but subsequent revivals have cemented it's status as a classic. In 1959 the play received it's first such re-evalution when it was performed by the Tavistock Repertory Company at the Tower Theatre in Islington, London. This… Read more
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Blithe Spirit
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Blithe Spirit

by Coward, Noel

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Used - Very Good-
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Heinemann, London in 1942. The BOOK is in Very Good- condition with a slight lean, light pushing at the spine ends with some fading at the upper spine tip corresponding to the area of loss in the wrapper. Moderate ghosting to the lower edges and the spine with dulling of the gilt titling. Offsetting to the end-papers with toning to the text-block and the page edges due to the cheap wartime quality of the paper stock used. Free from inscriptions. The WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good- condition. Some toning to the spine with moderate edge-wear to the spine ends with some loss to the upper spine. A light vertical crease to the both flaps. Some splitting along the spine folds with a horizontal closed tear across the spine midway. A closed tear to both the upper cover edges. Some age related markings, creasing and toning in places. The fragile wrapper however comes together and presents very well in the removable Brodart archival cover. A scarce copy of one of… Read more
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The Book Craftsman, A Technical Journal For Printers & Collectors Of Fine Editions : Volume One...
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The Book Craftsman, A Technical Journal For Printers & Collectors Of Fine Editions : Volume One in Four Parts (With The Prospectus And A Signed Letter From James Guthrie).

by Guthrie, James

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Used
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First UK Edition
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Paperback
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Printed by the Pear Tree Press, Flansham, Bognor Regis, Sussex between 1934-5. Volume One: complete in 4 parts 1934. Soft cover. The books are in near fine condition. No wrappers as issued. Four Issues comprising Volume 1. Number 1, October 1934, 20 pp.; Number 2, Spring 1935, to page 44.; Number 3, Summer 1935, to page 64; Number 4, Winter 1935 to page 84. Original blue printed wrappers for each number. This Journal ceased with no. 4 and is very rare to find complete. Minor toning to the cover edges and the contents of Number 1 are tight but have become detached from the softcover wrapper spine. Number 4 also has a loose publisher's slip inserted with a H/W signed message from James Guthrie :' delayed by illness, JG'. The first issue consists of Guthrie's autobiographical essay, 'The Hand Printer and His Work' which was first read at the London Cafe Royal in 1933. Accompanied by The 2 sided publisher's prospectus 'A circular of works and projects from The Pear Tree Press.Spring 1935' referring to the… Read more
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A Book Of Nursery Rhymes
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A Book Of Nursery Rhymes

by Marx, Enid

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  • fine
  • hardcover
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Used - Fine
Edition
Special Edition
Binding
Hardcover
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The sole UK printing of this special edition published by The Incline Press, Oldham in 1993. Number '121' of an edition of 260 copies. Original blue cloth-backed boards over patterned paper-covered boards designed by Enid Marx. The BOOK is in Fine condition. This edition uses 32 nursery rhymes and engravings by Enid Marx from 'The Zodiac Book of Nursery Rhymes' which was originally published by Chatto and Windus in 1939. The drawings on the title page, after the contents, and on page 3 were made later, in 1945. A handsome production and the first book of the acclaimed Incline Press. The book is protected in a removable Brodart archival cover. Increasingly scarce. More images available on request. Ashton Rare Books welcomes direct contact.
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The Bookman May, 1927 : With An Article ‘American Literature In England’ By Radclyffe hall :...
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The Bookman May, 1927 : With An Article ‘American Literature In England’ By Radclyffe hall : Loosely Inserted Is A H/W Letter Signed By The Author To The Editor Of ‘The Bookman’ Referring To This Article.

by Hall, Radclyffe

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Used - Very Good++
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First USA Edition
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The sole American printing published by George H. Doran Co., USA in May 1927. The wraps BOOK is in Very Good++ condition. Mild edge-wear with a little rubbing to the folds more-so to the lower front spine. A slight lean with some toning to the page edges. The binding remains tight. Free from inscriptions and erasures. The book is protected in a removable Mylar archival cover. Radclyffe Hall has contributed an article ' American Literature In England' on pages 311-315. Loosely inserted is a two page signed H/W letter (on the author's personal headed paper) dated May 8th 1927 from Radclyffe Hall to Mr Adcock. Arthur St John Adcock was the UK editor of 'The Bookman' at that time. In this letter Hall thanks Adcock for the copy of 'The bookman' and goes on to say: '.I could wish that the article had not been written prior to his publication of Elmer Gantry, but there it is, and authors will do these things. I expect that all our readers will guess that that book had not appeared . - any how I hope so. If… Read more
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The Borrowers : With A Loosely Laid In Note From The Author's Grand-Daughter
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The Borrowers : With A Loosely Laid In Note From The Author's Grand-Daughter

by Norton, Mary

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Used - Near Fine
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First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Dent, London in 1952. The BOOK is in near Fine condition with just a little pushing and light rubbing at the spine ends and corner tips. A hint of toning to the text-block, otherwise internally very bright with a colour frontispiece and many sepia illustrations within the text and illustrated endpapers, all by Diana Stanley. Blue cloth boards with a brown vignette to the front cover and brown titles and illustration to the spine. The WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good- condition. Worn with losses to the spine ends and corners. A large diagonal closed tear across most of the rear panel with closed tears to the flap folds. Some edge-wear, creasing and age related markings but having said this the wrapper comes together well in the removable Brodart archival cover. Loosely laid in is a short H/W note from Mary Norton's grand-daughter Charlotte, which accompanied the book as a Christmas present. The name of one of the recipients is at the head of the title page.… Read more
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Brighton Rock
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Brighton Rock

by Greene, Graham

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Used - Very Good++
Edition
First UK Edition
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Hardcover
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The First UK printing published by Heinemann, London in 1938. The BOOK is in very Good++ or better condition and remains a very bright copy. Just a hint of fading and toning to the publisher's original red cloth. The gilt titling remains bright. Slight pushing at the spine tips. The usually encountered (due to the quality of the paper stock used) toning to the text-block, which is more irregular to the upper text-block. Toning to the end-papers and extreme pages. Free from inscriptions and erasures with the neat bookplate of the noted bibliophile H. Bradley Martin to the front pastedown. Protected in a loose Mylar archival cover and housed in a custom solander box, with red velvet inserts, gilt titling and a red silk tie. No wrapper. Originally published in the USA as 'Brighton Rock, An Entertainment', one month prior to the UK edition. Brighton Rock is Greene's 'most successful attempt to create a work that is as fast-paced as a thriller and as complex as a more leisurely character study' (ODNB).… Read more
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The British Museum Is Falling Down (Signed By The Author)
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The British Museum Is Falling Down (Signed By The Author)

by Lodge, David

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  • very good
  • hardcover
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Used - Very Good
Edition
First UK Edition
Binding
Hardcover
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he First UK Printing published by MacGibbon and Kee in 1965. The BOOK is in Very Good+ condition. Pushing to the spine ends. A very slight lean with mild rubbing to the lower corners. gilt titling remains bright. The usual toning to the text block and page edges. A little light spotting to the end papers. The WRAPPER is complete and is in Very Good condition. Moderate edge-wear with creasing and rubbing in places. Small amount of tape reinforcement at the spine ends on the verso. The red colouring of the spine has faded in places. The wrapper remains attractive in the removable Brodart archival cover. The book has been Signed by David Lodge to the title page. A ticket for the signing event accompanies this title as provenance. The author's very scarce third novel. Collectible. Ashtonrarebooks welcomes direct contact.
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