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Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Hard bound with dust jacket....Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Hard bound with dust jacket. Some wear to dust jacket, and minof age toning to spine edge. Foxing to upperpage edges, otherwise very good. Interior clean and binding sound. This is the first printing of the New Directions 1960 edition. (The book was originally published in 1916. )
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. Dust jacket is mylar wrapped....Very Good in Very Good jacket. Dust jacket is mylar wrapped. Light grey cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Includes B&W photographs. Dust jacket has minor shelf wear; cream with black lettering & illustration on front.
Description:Fair. First Edition. Quarto, 10-1/4 inches high by 7-7/8 inches...Fair. First Edition. Quarto, 10-1/4 inches high by 7-7/8 inches wide. Green cloth titled in gilt on the front cover and the spine with an illustration of a green stone charm by Gaudier-Brzeska embossed in blind on the front cover. The covers are slightly bumped with some wear to the cloth at the corners and at the head and tail of the spine. There are some minor slits to the cloth near the top of the rear joint. 168 deckle-edged pages-The illustrated plates have all been reomoved. The half-title and the last pa.
Description:Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. First published in 1916 when...Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. First published in 1916 when 1000 sets of sheets were printed. 650 were bound in 1916, 100 in 1927, and the final 250 sets were bound in 1939 for this third issue. With Thirty-Eight Illustrations, Consisting of Photographs of his Sculpture, and Four Portraits by Walter Benington, and Numerous Reproductions of Drawings. Large, 8" x 10" design. Green, buckram (cloth) boards, gilt spine titles, moderate shelf wear, bump. Frontispiece portrait of Gaudier-Brzeska. Thick, deckled pages generally very good; some fox at title page, contents page. Clean w/o writing. Green top-stain. Heavy stock, smooth, coated plates. Bind strong; hinges fully intact. Solid, moderately worn example. Henri Gaudier-Brzeska was a French sculptor of whom Ezra Pound took a great artistic interest. Before the expat era following WWI, there was Ezra Pound and his colorful, sophisticated set of poets and artists including Gaudier-Brzeska, T.S. Eliot, et al. Pound believed in spare, direct conveyence in all art and literature, and spurred the Vortex movement to prominence for a time. From Pound's literary journal Blast of July, 1915: "Henri Gaudier-Brzeska: after months of fighting and two promotions for gallantry, was killed in a charge at Neuville St. Vaast, on June 5th, 1915." Small bookstore label inside bk. cover: The Times Book Club, 42 Wigmore Street, London. Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Ltd., London and Beccles. 168 pages. Insured post.
Description:Despatched from UK within 24hrs. Published by John Lane. The...Despatched from UK within 24hrs. Published by John Lane. The Bodley Head in 1916. Hardback without Dust jacket: Used but in Good Condition for age. little issued Ex-library reference (usual stamps and marks). First Edition A Memoir by Ezra Pound. Including the Published Writings of the Sculptor, and a Selection from his Letters. With Thirty-eight Illustrations, Consisting of Photographs of his Sculpture, and Four Portraits by Walter Benington, and Numerous Reproductions of Drawings. Quarto, olive-green cloth featuring embossed design by the artist on the front cover, spine lettered in gold, 168 pages, illustrated (with 38 plates). spine and corners bumped, light rubbing to the extremities of the binding, else a very good copy, with the binding quite bright, some light intermittent foxing otherwise text and illustrations good. Plate 1 loose.
Description:1. pp. 168. Description: [ix], 168 p. pl., port. 23 cm. Subject:...1. pp. 168. Description: [ix], 168 p. pl., port. 23 cm. Subject: Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri, --1891-1915. Notes: With thirty illustrations, consisting of photographs of his sculpture, and four portraits by Walter Benington, and numerous reproductions of drawings. Very good copy in the original gilt-blocked green cloth. Spine bands and panel edges slightly dulled and dust-toned as with age. Remains particularly well-preserved overall with internal library marks to front free endpaper.
Description:Very Good. Dust jacket has small chips missing from the edges,...Very Good. Dust jacket has small chips missing from the edges, attractive in a protective cover, original $8.25 on front flap. No markings. 30 pages of illustrations at the rear. First edition of the New Directions edition, no additional printings listed.
Description:Very Good in Fair jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Hardcover in...Very Good in Fair jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Hardcover in dust jacket in custom hinged box. book is covered in green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. top edge dyed green, now a bit dulled with a few faint dust-spots discernible. fore and bottom edges untrimmed. five word gift inscription with date (25.12.56) to front free endpaper. tiny green label to bottom of rear pastedown from gotham book mart. a few pale light brown patches to first three preliminary pages. the dj has four old tape repairs, including a large one about the crown of the spine. dj has creases, rubbing, a few chips, edge-wear, yet is in one piece, 90% present. both flaps are present as is the 12/6 net uk price. the binding and hinges are sturdy, no text markings, no bumps, no water damage. the clamshell box appears recent and is pristine, dark green leather-backed natural linen covered boards, with title and author gilt-stamped on the spine, very nicely done.; x-168pp., 30 illustrations. frontis-piece photo of gaudier-brzeska. first published in 1916. 1000 sets of sheets were printed. 650 were bound in 1916. 100 were bound in 1927. the final 250 were bound in 1939 for this third issue. the dust jacket is extremely scarce on any copy.
Edition: 1st ed. thus, "New edition, " with new material by Pound not
Publisher: The Marvel Press,
Description:Two corners lightly bumped, very slight foxing to top edge, else...Two corners lightly bumped, very slight foxing to top edge, else a fine copy in dust jacket. Jacket has slight bump to two corners, else fine. POUND, Ezra. GAUDIER-BRZESKA. A Memoir. Octavo, brown cloth stamped in gold, 147 pages (followed by 30 pages of illustrations).
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