Very Good. First edition, 1923--number 680 of 1000 numbered copies. Cloth hardcover with paper label on spine, 191 pp., clean unmarked text, Very Good copy, minor ex-library treatments (bookplates at the front pastedown, small library stamps to a few pages), light wear to the edges of the book's covers, uncut pages, no dust jacket.
Good; No jacket. 1923 The Nonesuch Press, Soho. Limited Edition of one thousand numbered copies. This is number 660. NOT ex-library. Hardcover has brown cloth-covered boards with beveled edges and a paper spine label with brown lettering. Deckle fore edges. Extra spine label tipped in at rear of book. Small portrait on title page. One illustration at rear of book. Spine title: Letters from W. H. Hudson. 191 pages. Binding tight. Hinges NOT cracked. Covers have light surface and edge wear. Top front corner lightly frayed. Front cover has a few small, faint light spots. Imprinted bookplate on front endpaper. Pages clean and unmarked, except for two very small brown spots in the upper margin on a pair of opposing pages. Pages lightly and uniformly tanned but still supple. Many pages are unopened at top and fore edges. No dust jacket. "Edited and with an Introduction and Explanatory Notes By Edward Garnett". Limitation statement: "This edition, printed and made in England, id limited to one thousand numbered copies, of which this is number 660". Carefully packed, shipped in a box. First Edition. Limited Edition.
Very Good or Better. No Dust Jacket. Limited Edition. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 194 pp. Original brown cloth covers w/ paper title label on spine. Binding lightly soiled and rubbed; bottom corners bumped. One of 1000 copies. Contents nice.
Edited and with an Introduction and Explanatory Notes by Edward Garnett. With a Photogravure Portrait and an Original Sketch. HB, 1st Ed, limited to 1, 000 numbered copies of which this is number 958. Brown buckram with pale paper title label to spine (spare title label tipped to reverse rear endpaper). Some very slight darkening to board edges, minor bumping. Brown dust jacket has tiny chips to corners, 1.5cm loss to front fold. Dust jacket split along length of spine, chipping to head, lacks bottom 15cm with slight loss along front and back (now in protective sleeve). Laid in card from Arthur Ponsonby, British Consulate General. A VG copy in Good DJ.
1923, a numbered copy from a limited edition of 1000. (Hardcover) Near fine, no dust jacket. 191, pp. Light brown cloth with paper spine label. Gravure vignette photo of the author on the title page, pen sketch on last page, additional spine label tipped onto the rear endpaper. The spine is lightly sunned. Letters of W.H. Hudson. Edited with introduction and notes by Edward Garnett. (Letters)
edited with an introduction and explanatory notes by Edward Garnett. Large 8vo, pp. 191. Uncut and unopened, bound in tan buckram. With a gravure portrait on the title-page. Printed on English mould-made paper by William Brendon. A fine copy.
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