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The Van
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The Van

by Doyle, Roddy

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Secker & Warburg. 8vo., blue publisher's cloth, backstrip lettered and decorated in black; in the original pictorial dust jacket; upper edge blue; pp. [viii], 1-311, [i]; toned pages, otherwise a fine copy with no fading of colour to the spine. Signed by the author to the title page without dedication. The third volume of the author's Barrytown trilogy - following on from his debut novel The Commitments and The Snapper. A rare book to find in such nice condition. . Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1991.
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Venice
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Venice

by Morris, James

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Faber & Faber. 8vo., red cloth with gilt device to upper board, and lettered in gilt to spine; blue printed dust jacket (price clipped); pp. [viii], 9-337, [iii]; frontis drawings of various boats by Gerry Facey, proliferated throughout with black and white photographs of the city, as well as two maps; a fine copy, lightly compressed at spine ends; in very good dust jacket, creased and rubbed along the spine and folds, with very slight loss of colour in places. First edition. The rare first issue, in the correct first issue jacket, without the later publisher's reviews. Described by the publisher as 'A Love Letter to Italy's most iconic city', and arguably Morris' most famous work, Venice is part historical guide, part memoir, and part essay. Morris first visited Venice during the second world war with the British Army, and for two months was responsible for running all of the requisitioned motor boats out of the city before continuing on with the regiment to Egypt and… Read More
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Verses - signed with a hand written unpublished poem
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Verses - signed with a hand written unpublished poem

by White, T.H.

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1st Edition
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Hardcover
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Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
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Alderney. First and only printing. This being number 4 of 100 copies only. A very good or better copy. There are some light marks to the edges of the boards. Overall an excellent copy with its original but battered acetate jacket. This is a presentation copy inscribed by T.H. White to his friend Harry Griffiths with a heart and arrow motif. White has also written a lengthy poem to one of the rear blank. It is a 16 line poem called "did he who made the lamb make thee?" A scarce title signed and to find with the unpublished poem.  . Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1962.
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