8vo. cloth. xiv, 83 pages. First edition, limited to 750 numbered copies. (Webber p.68). Discussion of first editions of specific titles by Barrie, Bennett, Beerbohm, Chesterton, Conrad, and many others. Ink inscription on free endpaper.
Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase supports authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Condition: Very Good. May show some slight signs of wear. Mottled black cloth covers. Rough cut fore and bottom page edges. Internally very good.
8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xiv, 83 pages. First edition, limited to 750 numbered copies. (Webber p.68). Discussion of first editions of specific titles by Barrie, Bennett, Beerbohm, Chesterton, Conrad, and many others. Jacket split along front hinge with spine age darkened.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. First edition ("June, 1931"). 8vo. 3 page foreword by William A. Foyle. 7 page introduction by Gilbert H. Fabes. Original gilt stamped black boards, uncut and partly unopened. Dust jacket (price clipped; few small nicks). Very good. 93 pages + xvii. No signatures or bookplates. Number 434 of 1, 000 numbered copies. Printed by Purnell and Sons.
(null) Fine. No Jacket. London: W. And G. Foyle, Ltd, 1929. Limited. Hardcover. Fine/No Jacket. Limited to 750, to be sold plus 50 for presentation, this being #404. Near fine with bumping to head & tail of spine. Deckled edge minor browning, errata slip included. "With book collecting, it is true that what England thinks today, America will think tomorrow. Thus Fabes justifies his book, noting that due to Americans, prices are rising very quickly and the book worth 20 pounds today, may be worth 3 times that in a few years.
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