H.P. Lovecraft. As New/As New. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall Horror/Fantasy Introduction by August Derleth. Contents include but not limited to; Alfredo, Amateur Journalism, What belongs in Verse, Six Poems and others. This first edition is limited to 3500 copies. The book appears to have been purchased and put on the shelf. The dust jacket is in a protective mylar cover. There is an attractive bookplate on FEP. Tape for the DJ cover to board has turned brown with age. Otherwise a clean and tight copy. 321pp.
Very Good. 1966. Cloth, dj, octavo, x and 321 pp. From a limited run of 3, 500 copies. Some edgewear, light chipping and modest discoloration to dj. Tight binding and clean pages. Very Good. (Subject: Literature. )
Edition limited to 3500 copies, 8vo, pp. x, 321, ; 8 plates of illustrations, some printed on rectos and versos; original cloth in mauve pictorial dust jacket illustrated by Frank Utpatel, "Lovecraft's first illustrator in book form" (front jacket flap); slight dust soiling, else about fine.
First edition. Tiny name stamp on the bottom of the page edges, and name and date stamped on title page, else fine in fine dustwrapper with negligible tanning at the spine, really barely worthy of mention. A fresh and crisp copy.
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