Fair. Heavy rubbing on covers. Fair condition. Moderate to heavy shelf wear or edge wear on covers and spine. Books in Fair condition most likely will have markings or highlights on pages or binding defects. [P55]
Good. Hardcover, privately printed, #309 of 750 copies. Owner's bookplate. Tears to the top corners of the binding showing the inner boards. The fore-edge has been nicked or bumped. Bright and complete with sound square binding.
Very Good- No Jacket. Octavo. Spine and covers uncreased; old water stain, affect lower third of cover and diminishingly through about page 16. Woolf A27e. Pirated edition, issued by Les Editions du Chêne in 1951, under fictitious imprint. / "One thousand copies of this edition were printed by the Brownbent Press, Boston, Mass. Some Limericks: Collected for the Use of Students & Ensplendourd'd with Introduction, Geographical Index, and with Notes Explanatory and Critical.
Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Superb collection of very obscene limericks with an amusing commentary by Norman Douglas. Machine numbered limited edition 0004/1000 copies produced in Paris c.1951.
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