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6313. ABSE, Danny: Some corner of an english field

Ldn., Hutchinson, 1956. 1956. 191(1) pp. Hardcover in dustjacket. Slight wear to jacket & edges trifle foxed. Name on fly-lf in ink.* First edition. €18,00

3429. ALDISS, Brian W.: A rude awakening

Ldn., Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1978. 1978. 206 (2) pp. Orcloth fine in near fine (3 small tears) dj. FIRST EDITION. €18,00

6576. ALLEN, Hervey: Anthony Adverse

N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1936. 1936. XI(I), 1224 pp. Orcloth in d/w. Cloth quite soiled, d/w with wor & soiled. Decorations: Allan McNAB. €18,00

6406. ALLEY, Rewi [Translated & published by-]: Peace through the ages. Translations from the poets of China

Peking, China, 1954. April 1954. XII, 205 (1) pp., 1 blank. With 6 illustrations on plates. Gilt-lettered & gilt-decorated orcloth. First edition. Containing both an index in English as well as in Chinese. Some inobtrusive pencil-annotations on fly-leaf. Good copy. €15,00

4428. AMBLER, Eric: Dirty story [A further account of the life and adventures of Arthur Abdel Simpson]

Ldn., a.o.p., Bodley Head, 1967. 1967. 210 pp., 2 lvs. Orcloth VG in VG d/w. First edition. €28,00

10192. ANDERSEN, Hans: The snow queen

Ldn., Chambers, 1910. n. d., around 1910. Frontispice (Gordon Robinson), 64 pp. and 2 unn. lvs. (with questions and exercises). Or. ill. wrappers. Chambers's Narrative Readers. Small-8°. A bit dog-eared; staples bit rusty. €15,00

12000. ANDERSEN, Hans Christian: The story teller, and other fairy tales by-

New York, James Miller, 1880. n. d., around 1880. 1 preliminary leaf w. dedication, dated 1880. Wdct frontispice, wdct ill. title, title repeated in the text with title-vignette, 184 pp. and 3 more full-page illustrations on plates. Original red cloth, blindstamped in black and w.gilt lettered spine. * Wdct-illustrations by PESSOA and AVERY. ** Very good and clean copy. €25,00

3828. ANONYMUS-: The broken bud: or, reminiscences of a bereaved mother

N. Y., Robert Carter, 1852. 1852. Frontispice by RITCHIE, XII, 325 (5) pp. A.e.g.; richly blindstamped & gold-decorated blue orcloth. Woodcut of a gravestone in the text. Bdg. a bit worn and duststained. Browning/foxing in places. Most probably 1st edition. RARE. €35,00

6318. ARKELL, Reginald: Old Herbaceous [A story by-]

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1950. 1950. 154(2) pp. Ill. orcloth in price-clipped d/w. Cold. illustrations in the text in green by John MINTON. Crnrs, spine-ends of jacket trifle worn. €18,00

11579. ARLEN, Michael: These charming people

Ldn., Collins, 1926. 1926. 260 (6) pp. Brown orcloth giltt. Title red & black. Few stains on frontside, fore-edge uncut. Fore-edge and incidentally quite foxed. €15,00

6570. ARMSTRONG, A. and many others [FOUGASSE, illsutrations]: The Second Century of Humour With Illustrations by Fougasse and stories by -

Ldn., Hutchinson, 1930. ca 1930. 1019(5) pp. w. num. b/w ills in the text. Orcloth, spine a bit discold. €10,00

6346. ATKINS, J.W.H.: English literary criticism: the medieval phase

Gloucester, Mass., Peter Smith, 1961. 1961. IX(I), 211(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth, slightly soiled. €13,00

4260. AUDEN, W. H.: Selected Poems [Ed.: E. MENDELSON]

N.Y., Random House, 1979. 1979. XXI(III) 314 pp. & 7 lvs. First edition thus. VINTAGE pbk. Good copy. €10,00

10346. AUSTIN, Alfred: The tower of Babel. A poetical drama

Edinburgh and London, Blackwood, 1874. 1874. 4 unnumbered leaves, 256 pp. Navy orcloth, gt.-ruled & lettered. FIRST EDITION. Ά England's Poet Laurate. Fly-lvs foxed, small part (signature) cut out of titlepage. €40,00

6497. AUSTIN, Mary: Earth horizon

N.Y., Literary Guild, 1932. 1932. Portrait as frontispice, IX(I), 381(1) pp. w. b/w ills on plts. Or. green cloth gt. in d/w. Bottom spine a bit bumped, d/w a bit worn (few tiny holes). In all still well preserved. €60,00

6526. BABEL, Isaac: The collected stories

Ldn., Methuen, 1957. 1957. 381, recte 383(1) pp. Original gilt-lettered dark-blue boards NF in NF dj. Edited and translated by Walter Morison. Introduction by Lionel Trilling. Jacket by DAVEY. First UK edition. €33,00

6528. BAILEY, Paul: Trespasses

Ldn., Cape, 1970. 1970. 189(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds near fine in ill. d/w. fine w. 1 small closed tear, top-edge shelf-wear. €38,00

6353. BAINBRIDGE, Beryl: Sweet William

Ldn., Duckworth, 1975. 1975. 160 pp. Or. brds. Trifle shelf-wear (dust). €14,00

6331. BAKER, Alison: Loving Wanda beaver [Novella and other stories]

San Fansisco, Chronicle Books, 1995. [1995] 1 blank (8)213(1) pp. Or. hfcloth in d/w. Jacket by: Brenda Rae ENO. Flawless. €15,00

6462. BALCHIN, Nigel: Mine Own Executioner

Boston, Houghton Mifflin Cy., 1946. 1946. XIV, 336 pp. Orcloth. 1st edition. Bdg sl. discold., some thumbing in 2 or 3 places, pencil ann. (1) and a few on rear fly-leaf. €15,00

6340. BALDWIN, James: One Day, When I Was Lost [A scenario based on The Autobiography of Malcolm X]

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1972. [1972 166(2) pp. Or. brds w. d/w. 1st UK ed. Photograph Baldwin by Mark GERSON on d/w's backside. €70,00

17260. BARBER, Giles: J. J. Tourneisen of Basle and the publication of English books on the continent c. 1800. By-

Ldn., The Bibliographical Society reprint, 1960. 1960. (50, pp. 194-200. Original stiff prtd. wrappers. Few traces of use. * Containing alpabetical list of authors. €12,00

6492. BAUM, Vicky: Written on water

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1961. 1957. 255(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds in d/w. (A bit worn & w. ca 1 cm. chipping). A bit of foxing and trifle marginal waterstaining. ExL., Name in ink on fly-lf. Jacket: Trevor DENNING. 1st ed. €13,00

11563. BAWDEN, Nina: Tortoise by candlelight

New York, Harper & Row, 1963. [1963] 238(2) pp. Orcloth in cold ill. d/w w. one (repaired) tear. First edition (stated). €18,00

10692. BEATON, Cecil: Near East

London, Batsford, 1943. Summer 1943 reprint of the 1st edition. 149(1) pp. Num. b/w ills from photographs. Orcloth, ptly slightly suntanned. Endpapers a bit foxed. €12,00

6332. BEDE, Cuthbert, M.: The adventures of Mr. Verdant Green

Ldn., Jenkins, 1920. n.d. (ca 1920). 317(3) pp. w. 180 text-ills by the author. Or. ill. brds. Paperbrowning. €15,00

13551. BEER, Thomas: Mrs. Egg and other barbarians

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1934. 1934. 269(3) pp. & 31(1) pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Tauchnitz catalogue a bit browned. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 5141. €22,00

6493. BELL, John J.: Some plain - some coloured

Ldn., Hodder & Stoughton, 1920. ca 1920. 315(1) pp. Ill. Orcloth. Edges, endpp. & first and last few lvs foxed. Probably 1st ed. €28,00

11663. BELLOW, Saul: Herzog [A novel]

New York, The Viking Press, 1964. [1964] 341(1) pp., 1 lf. Or. boards in 2 colours, spine red and gt. GOOD COPY. Paperback copy at 8.- €15,00

6320. BENCHLEY, Peter: Jaws

n.p., n. pr., 1974. n.d., 311(1) pp. Or. rexine in bit frayed d/w. Good reading copy. Back jacket photo: Alex GOTFRYD. €11,00

5362. BENCHLEY, Peter: Jaws

N.Y., Doubleday, 1974. 1974. 311(1) pp. Orcloth in bit frayed d/w. Good reading copy. €13,00

6489. BENCHLEY, Peter: The island

Ldn., Deutsch, 1979. 1979. 240 pp. Or. brds in d/w w. min. damage. First edition. *** Indecent scenes depicted on fly-lvs by a maniac. €13,00

6503. BENΙT, Stephen Vincent: Western star

N.Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1943. 1943. VIII, 181(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth fine in sl. (finger)soiled/worn d/w. €15,00

11587. BENNETT, Arnold: Imperial Palace

Ldn., Cassell, 1932. 1932. Cheap edition. Red orcloth, spine ends a bit worn, beginning/end foxed. Name on fly-lf. ExL. on paste-down. €15,00

6577. BENNETT, Arnold: Literary taste -How to form it [With detailed instructions...English literature]

Ldn., Hodder and Stoughton, 1935. n.d., around 1935. 143(1) pp. Orcloth soiled. V° title ""[All rights reserved]"". Lacking front free-endp. €10,00

6544. BENNETT, Arnold: Our Women

Ldn., a.o.p., Cassell., 1923. 1923. 3 unnumbered lvs., 249 (1) pp. Or. ill. brds NF in VG dj., only a bit browned/rbbd. 1st edition thus: cheap 1923 edition. €25,00

4904. BENNETT, Arnold: Riceyman steps - A novel

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1924. 1924. 338(2) pp. Gilt-lettered orcloth. Tauchnitz edition, vol. 4622. Good copy. €22,00

11547. BENNETT, Arnold: The Grand Babylon Hotel [A fantasia on modern times]

London, Eveleigh Nash & Grayson, 1923. 1923. VIII, 336 pp. Grey-blue orcloth. Bdg (water)stained, first and last lvs & edges foxed. FIRST EDITION. €25,00

10182. BENTLEY, Eric: The life of the drama

N. Y., Athenaeum, 1967. 1967. VII(I), 371(1) pp., 1 blank. Cold pictorial wrappers (bit stained). First edition in pbk. €10,00

3456. BERENDT, John: Midnight in the garden of good and evil [A Savannah story]

N.Y., Random House, 1994. [1994] 2 parts in 1. (4 unn. lvs)388(4) pp. Or. hfcloth fine in NF to F d/w. w. 2 starting tears, 2 minimal stains in the text. Fore-edge very slightly soiled. 1st ed.Colophon: ISBN 0-679-42922-0, than 2 lines with retrieval-info and: F294.S2B48 1994 975.8'724-dc20 93-3955 and the correct number line "24689753" above: "First Edition". Jacket: Carol CARSON; book design: J. K. LAMBERT. Newspaper-clipping of an article (19-04-94) out of USA Today on Berendt's book loosely inserted. Mint condition. €140,00

13581. BERNERS, Lord: First childhood,

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1934. 1934. 290(2) pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 5168. Published in the same year as the 1st ed. €28,00

6580. BHAGAVADGITA- [Translation, notes etc. by: S. RADHAKRISHNAN]:

Ldn., Allen & Unwin, 1956. 1956. 388 pp. Orcloth, sl. soiled. €18,00

12875. BLOODWORTH, Dennis: An eye for the dragon. South-East Asia Observed, 1954-1970

London, Secker & Warburg, 1970. 1970. XI(I), 356 pp. Endpaper maps. Black orcloth, spine gilt w. pictorial dj. G+/G+. First edition. €12,00

3410. BLUNT, Wilfrid: A Persian spring

Ldn., Barrie, 1957. [1957] xi(i) 252 pp. w. num. b/w ills on plts. Orcloth gilt. 1st edition. GOOD COPY. €25,00

6533. BORNEMANN, Ernest: The compromisers

Ldn., Deutsch, 1962. 1962. 316(2) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds, spine-ends trifle worn. No d/w. €17,00

5010. BOYD, Nancy, i.e. MILLAY, Edna St. Vincent: Distressing dialogues

N.Y./Ldn., Harper & Brothers, 1968. [1924] 1 blank, VI(II), 290(2) pp., 1 blank. Or. black cloth gt. Edges ptly uncut. Bdg trifle stained, gilt on spine faded, top spine a bit dull, hardly any foxing. Signature on fly-lf. On copyright-page: C-Z. 1st ed. Still a good copy. €60,00

6671. BRADBURY, Malcolm: Cuts

Ldn., a.o.p., Hutchinson, 1987. 1987. 3 unnumbered, 106 pp. w. num. ills in the text by Tom PHILLIPS. Or. hfcloth fine in NF ill. d/w. €13,00

4898. BRAINE, John: Stay with me till morning

Ldn., Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1970. 1970. (2)249(5) pp. Or. brds in NF d/w. Edges foxed. €18,00

98. BRISTED, J.: The adviser; or. the moral and literary tribunal

Ldn., James Wallis, 1803. 1803. 2 vols. 2 lvs., 310(2)/(2)iv,324 pp. Cont. hfcf over mrbld brds. Joints ptly cracked (still holding), crnrs worn. Curious work. A.o. things, advice is given on how to behave. 2 of (?) vols. €120,00

11586. BROMFIELD, Louis: The world we live in

Philadelphia, The Blakiston Company, 1944. 1944. 339 (1) pp., 2 blanks. Brown orcloth, spine gt. Fore-edge uncut. Bdg trifle rbbd, spine-gt sl. faded, else good. €10,00

6385. BROPHY Brigid, a.o.: Fifty Works of English* Literature we could do without

Ldn., Rapp& Carroll, 1967. 1967. VII(I), 149(1) pp. Or. boards in dj. VG/VG. 1st edition. €25,00

6525. BROWN, Christy: Down all the days

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1970. 1970. 3 unnumbered lvs., 266 pp. Or. brds VG in dj., a bit rbbd mainly at extremities. Jacket: Brian HAMPTON €15,00

4906. BROWN, Dr. J. I.: Scots humour and heroism by Cuey-na Gael

Rtd., Bredιe, 1922. ca 1922. 141(3) pp. Or. illustrated wrappers. Uncut, ptly unopened. A bit foxed. €15,00

14550. BROWN, Harry: A walk in the sun

New York, Overseas Editions, Inc., 1944. n. d. [1944] 154 pp. Origial prtd. wrappers. Wrappers detached, paper a bit browned. Overseas edition for GI's. €20,00

14538. BROWN, J. Irwin: Ireland- its humour and pathos. A study by the Rev.-

Rtd., Bredιe, 1920. n. d., around 1910/ 131(1) pp. Nicely illustrated orcloth. * On the bindings frontside: Ireland- its humour and pathos by Cuey-na-Gael"". Bdg. trifle rbbd., a bit foxed in a few places, edges a bit more. €35,00

13574. BROWNE, K. R. G.: A lady from the South

Lpz., Tauchnitz , 1926. 1926. 302 pp., 1 leaf & 32 pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. Tauchnitz catalogue -as always- a bit browned.* = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4722. €24,00

6428. BROWNE, K. R. G.: Yes, Madam?

Ldn., Cassell, 1932. 1932. 319(1) pp. Orcloth First & last lvs foxed, else hardly, spine-ends trifle dull, fly-lf removed. FIRST EDITION. (STATED verso title). €30,00

11521. BURNETT, Frances Hodgson: A wizard of earthsea,The lost Prince [Ill. by Michael Whittlesea]

n. p., Puffin Books, 1977. 1977. Pbk. Drawings in the text. €10,00

10027. BYRON, Lord: The poetical works of- [Reprinted from the original editions, With Explanatory Notes, &c.]

London, a.o.p., Warne, 1880. n. d., around 1880. 4 lvs., 638 pp. & 5 lvs w. publisher's catalogue. Blindruled/blindstamped orcloth, spine gilt-lettered. First and last page a bit browned, else a very good copy. Thin paper. NICE COPY: unopenend, uncut. €15,00

6402. CAIN, James M.: Three of a kind

Philadelphia, Blakiston, 1944. 1944. XV(V), 327(1) pp., 2 blanks. Orcloth. Bdg quite rbbd., crnrs rbbd/worn. Nice dealer's ticket on rear paste-down of Elder & Co., San Francisco. €10,00

17771. CAIN. James M.: The postman always rings twice

N. Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1945. [1946] 187(1) pp. Original black redstamped cloth. Top edge red. Name on front fep., else VG. Dust jacket (showing stills of Lana Turner and John Garfield) w. slightly discoloured spine. Well-preserved copy. First edition thus. THE PHOTOPLAY EDITION with cover photographs of Lana Turner and John Garfield. * Reprint of the 1934 Knopf edition. €25,00

6606. CALDWELL, Erskine: God's little acre

N.Y., The Modern Library, 1934. [1934] IX(I), 303(1) pp. & 4 lvs with an appendix to the 5. printing & 2 lvs with complete list of Modern Library titles. Orcloth, spine taped w. cloth (bit clumsily, probably to cover cracking). €10,00

6569. CALDWELL, Erskine: In sarch of Bisco

Ldn., Heinemann, 1965. 1965. 2 unn. lvs., 154 pp., 1 blank. Or. brds fine in NF d/w. 1st ed. €43,00

11926. CALDWELL, Erskine: The weather shelter.

London, Michael Joseph, 1970. 1970. 188 pp., 1 leaf. Or. boards in dj. First edition. VG in G+ d/w. €14,00

12546. CALDWELL, Erskine: Tobacco Road by-

New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1945. n. d., around 1945. 241(3) pp. Orcloth VG in a bit soiled dj. (no tears or fraying). * ExLibris of the well-known Dutch caricaturist A. HAHN on paste-down. €10,00

18463. CALDWELL, Erskine: Writing in America

N. Y., Phaedra-Publishers, 1967. 1967. 133 (3) pp. Original ill. wrappers. Unread copy. FIRST EDITION. €10,00

6782. CANETTI, Elias: The Torch in My Ear

N. Y., Farrar Straus Giroux, 1982. 1982. 1 blank, 4 unnumbered lvs., 371(1) pp. Or. hfcloth. Fine in Fine dj. First printing. €25,00

10219. CARROLL, Lewis: Alice's adventures in wonderland [People's edition]

London, Macmillan, 1888. 1888. Frontispice & 5 unnumbered lvs, 179(1) pp. & 1 (of 2?) publisher's lvs. With 42 illustrations in the text by John TENNIEL. Green orcloth illustrated in colour. Fourteenth thousand. (Stated on title-page) Bdg a bit stained & rbbd along extremities, corners a bit worn and endpapers a bit foxed. €250,00

4893. CARSON, Rachel: The edge of the sea

Ldn., Staples, 1955. 1955. XII, 276 pp. w. num. ills in the text by Robert W. HINES. Orcloth in d/w. [By William RANDELT] 1st english ed. D/w. slightly damaged €18,00

6422. CARTWRIGHT, Justin: Interior

Ldn., Hamish Hamilton, 1988. 1988. 255(1) pp. Or. brds fine in fine dj. 1st ed. Jacket: Mon MOHAN after a painting by ROUSSEAU. €12,00

117. CATHER, Willa: A Lost Lady. By-; Illustrated by William Bailey. Introduction by John Hollander

N.Y., The Limited Editions Club, 1983. 1983. Etched portrait, XI(I), 103(5) pp. w. illustrations on plates by William BAILEY. Burgundy-coloured aniline hfcf. over floral printed lilac clothbacked boards in slip-case w. gilt-lettered spine; a.e.g. Lge-8°. Copy number 1088/1500, signed by the artist in pencil. Slip-case lightly soiled. Ά NF copy. €65,00

13567. CHESTERTON G. K.: Tales of the long bow by-

Lpz., Tauchnitz , 1929. 1925. 263(1) pp. With the 31(1) pp. list of Tauchnitz volumes. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. Tauchnitz catalogue -as always- a bit browned, bdg a bit worn. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4692. Lower (paper) part of spine lacking. €18,00

6338. CHESTERTON, G. K.: Four faultless felons

Ldn., a.o.p., Cassell, 1930. 1930. VI, 309(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth, spine gt. Crnrs bit bumped, spine-ends dull, top-edge and fore-edge a bit soiled, only a trifle foxed in places. 1st ed. €43,00

12865. CHRISTIE, Agatha: Death comes at the end by-

Ldn., For the Crime Club by Collins, 1945. 1945. 160 pp. Publisher's orange orcloth. Name cut out from fly-lf. Bdg a bit soiled. FIRST EDITION; no dj. €30,00

15712. CHRISTIE, Agatha: The man in the brown suit

London, John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, 1924. 1924. 1 blank, 3 unnumbered leaves, 320 pp. & 2 pp. with publisher's advertisments. Original beige-coloured cloth; marginal brown-coloured decoration on respectively frontside & spine: title, author's name and publisher. Cloth a bit stained, crnrs trifle worn and spine-ends a bit rbbd. & slightly dull. In the first gathering a couple of severe spots (on 2 pages; tea?), a few brown spots in other places, else internally reasonably well-preserved. Ά More pictures available on request. €380,00

6335. CHRISTIE, Agatha: The seven dials mystery

Ldn., a.o.p., Collins n.d. VI, 276(2) pp. Or. blue boards. Copyright edition. Edges, first lvs & last gathering severely foxed. Bdg a bit rbbd & stained. €0,00

6400. CLARK, Athur Melville: An idiomatic Grammar for foreign students

Edinburgh/Ldn., Olive & Boyd, 1946. 1946. XIX(I), 264 pp. Orcloth. First & last gatherings a bit foxed. €11,00

10656. CLIFFORD, Alexander & NICHOLSON, Jenny: The sickle and the stars

London, Peter Davies, 1948. 1948. 251(1) pp. Orcloth. Edges trifle foxed, Name cut out from fly-leaf, else a good copy still. FIRST EDITION. €12,00

6390. CLOUSTON, J. Storer: Scotland expects

Ldn., Jenkins, 1936. 1936. 308 pp., 3 lvs w. adverts. Orcloth. 1st printing. Bdg. clean and fresh, no dj., name on fly-lf., edges and first few lvs. a bit foxed. €28,00

6496. COETZEE, J. M.: Life & times of Michael K.

N. Y., Viking Press, 1984. 1984. 4 unnumbered lvs., 184 pp. Or. hfcloth in d/w. 1st edition. Fine/fine. €33,00

17716. COLLODI, Carlo: Pinocchio. The story of a puppet by C. Collodi. Translated from the Italian by M. A. Murray. Illustrated by K. Wiese and R. Gervis

Ldn., Nelson, 1930. n. d., around 1930. 236 pp. w. num. text-illustrations. Navy orcloth gilt. Top edge blue. Small 8°. €15,00

6568. COOK, Kenneth: The man underground,

South Melbourne, Macmillan, 1977. 1977. 3 unnumbered lvs., 185(1) pp. Or. brds fine in NF illustrated jacket. 1st edition. €18,00

11927. COOK, Lennox: A Feeling of Disquiet

Ldn., Hodder & Stoughton, 1972. 1972. 255 (1) pp. Original yellow boards w. gilt-lettered spine in pictorial dj. (w. very small -rep.- tear). Fore-edge slightly foxed. FIRST EDITION. €15,00

3414. COOPER, Elizabeth: The love letters of a Chinese lady

Edinburgh/Ldn., Foulis, 1919. November 1919. Cold tipped-in front., xiv(ii) & 17-77(3)pp. & 14 b/w ills after chinese paintings on plts. Ill. orcloth. Foxed throughout, plts not affected. €28,00

16184. COOPER, Susan: The Dark is Rising

Harmondsworth, Puffin Books, 1978. 1978. 267(5) pp. Pictorial wrappers. Pbk. Light traces of use. €10,00

3234. CORNELISEN, Ann: Torregreca [Life, Death, Miracles]

Boston a.o.p., Little, Brown & Cy., 1969. [1969] First edition. Front., 4 lvs, 335(5)pp. w. 17 ills on 16 plts. Orcloth in sl. defective d/w. * Novel set in Basilicata. €23,00

6317. CORTAZAR, Julio: We Love Glenda So Much and other tales

N.Y., Knopf, 1983. 1983. (8)145(5) pp. Or. hfcloth VG in VG d/w. (by Fred MARCELLINO). 1st ed. €25,00

6377. COWLEY, Malcolm, editor [E. M. FORSTER and many others]: Writers at Work [The Paris Review Interviews]

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1958. 1958.276 pp. Or. brds fine in NF d/w. (sl. soiled, 1 tiny tear). 1st ed. €33,00

10475. COWPER, William: The poetical works of-

Edinburgh, William P. Nimmo, 1872. [1871] Lithographic portrait of COWPER, chromolithographic title heightened with gold, XXVIII, (wdct-vignette title included) 423(1) pp. & 24 pp. of Nimmo's catalogue for 1871. Green orcloth richly gt.-decorated and with the word ""poθsis"" [graece] on frontside. A.e.g. Slight wear to bindings extremities, but still relatively fresh apparance of lettering and image. Traces of a library shelf-ticket r° fly-lf., which is loosening a bit. On rear pastedown binder's ticket of Marcus Ward. €80,00

141. CRUIKSHANK, G.: The comick almanack for 1837....

Ldn., Vizetelly a.o., 1836. [1836] 64 pp w. 12 full-p. plts & num. ills in the text. Contemporary halfmorocco over mrbld brds, spine gt. Insignificant waterstaining, lacking ca 2 cm-piece at the lower spine-end. €45,00

6559. CURWOOD, James Oliver: Kazan

N. Y., Grosset and Dunlap, 1914. 1914. Frontispice, 4 unnumbered lvs., 340 pp., 2 lvs with publisher's adverts. Blindstamped light-green orcloth. Ills on plts by Gayle HOSKINS and Frank HOFFMAN. 1st ed. Bdg a bit soiled, edges just a trifle foxed, name on fly-lf in ink. ExL. clumsily removed from paste-down. €43,00

10497. DANTE, Alighieri [Introduction: Geoffrey L BICKERSTETH]: The Paradiso of Dante Alighieri [With a translation into English triple rhyme and a brief introduction by Geoffrey L Bickersteth]

Cambridge, At the University Press, 1932. 1932. 1 blank, XXXIII(I), 299 (5) pp. Blue orcloth, spine gilt-lettered. Except for the top-edge uncut. Minor shelf-wear, top-edge only a trifle duststained, else a nice copy. First edition. €30,00

6987. DANTE- COLQUHOUN GRANT, Mrs.: Through Dante's land. Impressions in Tuscany

Ldn., John Long Ltd., 1912. 1912. Photogravure frontispice, X, 11-315(1) pp. and 30 ills on plts. Orcloth gt. Bdg. a bit soiled, spine slightly faded & w. one small wormhole, foxed in places, about 5 lvs. heavily foxed. €33,00

6420. DAVIDSON, Lionel: Smith's Gazelle

Ldn., Cape, 1971. 1971. 254 (2) pp. Or. boards; very good (small stain on backside; probably in the material itself) in fine dj. Jacket: Bill BOTTEN. 1st edition.. €22,00

10177. DAVIE, Michael (Ed.): The Diaries of Evelyn Waugh

London, BCA., 1976. 1976. 6 unn. lvs, 814 pp., 3 blanks. Or brds w. pictorial d/w. Lge 8°. €15,00

5143. DAVIS, Elmer: Giant killer

N. Y., The John Day Company, 1928. 1928. 373(1) pp. and 1 leaf with r° map of a part of present-day Israel. Orcloth. First edition. Fore-edge uncut. Lightly soiled and foxed on first and last few leaves. Spine-ends a trifle worn. €15,00

12796. DAVIS, Margaret Thomson: A Very Civilized Man

London, Allison and Busby 1982. 2 unn. lvs., 154 (2) pp. Or. boards in pictorial dj. VG/VG. €10,00

12863. DEEPING, Warwick: Three Rooms

Ldn., Cassell, 1927. 1927. 309 (1) pp., 1 lf. Red orcloth, (water)stained. Reading copy only. €10,00

5017. DEIGHTON, L.: SS-GB Nazi-occupied Britain 1941

Ldn., Cape, 1978. 1978. 349(1) pp. Orcloth, fine in NF to fine d/w. 1st ed. Jacket: Raymond HAWKEY. €18,00

6511. DEIGHTON, Len: An expensive place to die

Ldn., Cape, 1967. 1967. 254 pp., 1 blank. With loosely inserted the folder containing 10 leaves w. documents of which 2 are folding (1 map). Or. ill. brds NF in NF ill. d/w. Art Nouveau endpapers. Jacket: Raymond HAWKEY. 1st ed. Top-edge just a trifle duststained. Nice, well-preserved and complte copy. €60,00

13563. DELAFIELD, E. M.: General impressions

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1934. 1934. 288 pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 5130.. €22,00

13561. DELAFIELD, E. M.: Jill

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1926. 1926. 302 pp. &1 lf. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4748. €22,00

13560. DELL, Floyd: Love in Greenwich Village

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1926. 1926. 270(2) pp. & 32 pp. Tauchniz catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Catalogue part -as always- a bit browned. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4747. €60,00

3434. DEUEL, W.: People under Hitler

Ldn., Drummond, 1942. 1942. 256 pp. Orcloth, sl. (dust)stained, crnrs just a bit dull. €18,00

6506. DIAMANT, Anita: The New Jewish Wedding

N.Y., Summit Books, 1985. [1985] 268(2) pp., 1 blank. Or. hfcloth fine in NF d/w. Review copy w. review-slip loosely inserted. Dedication on fly-lf. €23,00

15673. DICKENS, Charles: Bleak House by Charles Dickens. With illustrations by H. K. Browne. No. X. December

London, Bradbury & Evans, 1852. 1852.16(4) pp. with advertisments, 3 woodengrd. plates; pp. 289-320 & 12 pp. and 4 lvs. w. illustrated advertisments. The December installment. Original ill. front-wrapper preserved, backside lacking(?). The plates quite foxed. €30,00

6431. DICKENS, Monica: The room upstairs

Ldn., Heinemann, 1966. 1966. (6)247(1) pp., 1 blank. Hardcover fine in min. worn dj. FIRST edition. Jacket design: David STANFIELD. Ά A second copy: Jacket's spine minimally discold, else fine. (photograph) €10,00

16712. DONLEAVY, J. P.: Lord Jim. A tale

Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1979. [1979] 315(5) pp. Or. wrappers. PBK. €10,00

16711. DONLEAVY, J. P.: Meet my maker the mad molecule

N. Y., Dell Books, 1968. [1968] 191(1) pp. Or. wrappers. 1st Dell printing. PBK. €10,00

6327. DONLEAVY, J. P.: Schultz

N. Y., Delacorte/Seymour Law, 1979. [1979] (8)407(1) pp. Orcloth in d/w. 1st printing. D/w-spine suntanned. Jacket by Hone WERNER. €23,00

6352. DONLEAVY, J. P.: The onioneaters

Ldn., Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1971. 1971. 334 pp., 1 blank. Or. brds in cold d/w. Jacket: Craig DODD. D/w. just trifle frayed, remark in pencil on hf-title. 1st ed. €20,00

7757. DOREN, Carl van: Benjamin Franklin

New York, Overseas Editions, Inc., 1940. around 1940. XII (II), 496 (2) pp. Original ill. wrappers printed in colour. A bit foxed/browned. Ά War time edition. €12,00

13155. DOS PASSOS, John: 1919

New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1932. 1932. 437(1) pp. Silver-lettered orange orcloth. First Edition stated on copyright-page. Quite a good copy with fresh silver-lettering, internally also near flawless. On pastedown Exibris of the well-known Dutch caricaturist Albert HAHN. * A nice copy. €70,00

11819. DOS PASSOS, John: The 42nd Parallel By-

New York and London, Harper & Broithers Publishers, 1930. 1930. 5 unnumbered leaves, 426 pp. Or. hfcloth, spine gilt. Top-edge red. Edges a bit foxed, crnrs bumped. On pastedown the ExL. of the famous dutch illustrator Albert HAHN. €30,00

163. DOUGLAS, Norman: South wind

N. Y., Heritage Press, 1939. 1939. 383(1)pp. w. ills on plts by Carlotta Petrina. Orcloth in (damaged) slip-case. Lge-8°. Spine sl. discold. €33,00

6446. DREISER, Theodore: Hey, rub-a-dub-dub! [A book of the mystery and wonder and terror of life by-

Ldn., Constable & Co., 1931. 1931. 320 pp. Orcloth gt. Bdg slightly discold, spine a bit faded, small stain on frontside, name on fly-lf in ink. 1st ed. V° titlepage: English Edition 1931. The 1st(?). €55,00

11637. DRURY, Allen: Advise and Consent

Ldn., Collins, 1960. 1960. 638 pp., 1 blank. Good copy (and a second copy) in sl. frayed dj. Three words ""advise and consent"" in Vice-president's quote underlined with ink. First edition. Front inner hinge of one of 2 copies (both with dj.) slightly weak. Respectively € 14.- and: €10,00

5106. DRURY, Allen: Mark Coffin, Senator

Ldn., Joseph, 1979. [1979] 351(1) pp. Or. brds in d/w (by J. RIDLEY). Top-edge not entirely fresh. €13,00

3481. DUCHESS, THE [Ps.?]: Airy fairy Lilian

N.Y., American Publishers Corporation, 1900. ca 1900. 348(2) pp. Orcloth, spine gt.: Oxford Edition. Bdg a bit stained. Name on fly-lf. €17,00

6444. DURRELL, Gerald: An Irish Faustus [A Morality in Nine Scenes]

Ldn., Faber and Faber, 1963. 1963. 91(1) pp. Orcloth NF in VG d/w. 1st ed. €28,00

6445. DURRELL, Gerald: The Whispering Land

Ldn., Rupert Hart-Davis, 1961. 1961. 235(1) pp. w. num. ills in the text. Or. brds in d/w with a protective transparant dust-jacket extra, reinforced with tape leaving trace on last lf. Jacket & ills by Ralph THOMPSON. Name on fly-lf in ink. In all quite a good copy. €14,00

16097. EBENSTEIN, William: The German record. A political portrait by-

N. Y., Farrar & Rinehart, 1945. 1945. IX(I), 334 pp. Red orcloth in pictorial dj. w. slight chip on upper spine. * Oln. m. OU. (kl. Fehlstelle am ob. Rckn). EA. nicht in Sternfeld-Tiedemann. €30,00

11576. EDELMAN, Maurice: The Minister

London, Hamish Hamilton, 1961. [1961] 286(2) pp. Green or. boards. Name in pencil on fly-lf. €10,00

11469. ELZE, Dr. Karl. Hon. M. R. S. L. Memoir of the author by R. W. GRISWOL: The select works of Edgar Allan Poe with a Memoir of the Author

Leipzig, Alphons Dόrr, 1856. 1856. 2 volumes in one: L, 246/VIII, 280 pp. w. 5 & 1 in Eureka = 6 figures in wdct in the text (in the 2nd volume). Green contemporay hfmorocco over mrbld boards. Bdg rbbd, crnrs worn, traces of a removed library-ticket on spine and stamps & a shelf-number ticket of a library in Aschersleben (Germany) on paste-down and title-page, some pages marginally quite browned (see the picture) , however nowhere affecting the text. Of 6 leaves the lower margin has been cut a bit shorter (no loss). Ά Probably a quite early and rare compilation. €190,00

12539. ENFIELD, William: The Speaker: or, Miscellaneous Pieces, selected from the best english writers, and disposed under proper heads, with a view to facilitate the improvement of youth in reading and speaking. To which are prefixed two essays..

London, Thomas Allman, 1856. 1856. Engraved frontispice, VIII, 352 pp. Elaborately blind-tooled & -ruled full calf, spine gilt-lettered. On paste-down bookseller's ticket of Wenk, Noordblaak, Rotterdam. Recto title and first leaf in inm: ""A. van Stolk"", most probably one of Abraham van Stolk's children, the well-known Rotterdam timber-traders and founders of the Atlas van Stolk. Bdg rbbd., frontal fly-lf. cut out, frontispice with youth's scribblings in ink. €44,00

5021. ERDMAN, P.: The last days of America

N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1981. n.d., 384 pp. On fr. wrap: ""Advance uncorrected proofs from Simon and Schuster"". Colophon: ""Copyright 1981"", on p.384 : ""Alexander Valley, California 1992"".Stamped h.-title. €30,00

6539. ERDMAN, Paul: The last days of America

N.Y., Simon and Schuster, 1981. [1981] 384 pp. Wrappers * Advance uncorrected proof. On page 1: stamp of MAYDO Van MARWIJK KOOY, Amsterdam. €25,00

11589. FABIAN, Warner: Flaming youth

Ldn., Stanley Paul & Co., 1925. 1925. 3 unn. lvs., 310 pp. Sl. damaged orcloth. Annotations on fly-lf., front-side of dj. pasted on endpaper, edges and in few places a bit foxed. €15,00

10808. FARRAR, Frederic W.: Eric, or little by little [A Tale of Roslyn School]

London, A. & C. Black, 1900. 1900. Frontispice, X, 393(1) pp. & 8 lvs ill. list of Black's boys' books. Blue orcloth, richly illustrated and gilt-decorated. Bookseller's ticket on fly-lf of Librairie Attinger, Neuchatel. Edges and in a very few places a bit foxed, spine-ends slightly dull, crnrs a trifle rbbd, else a very good copy still; gilt fresh. €30,00

4901. FARREL, J. G.: The Singapore grip

Ldn., Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1978. [1978] 558 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth fine in dj with a small chip at its backside. €18,00

6328. FEINSTEIN, Elaine: The celebrants

Ldn., Hutchinson, 1973. 1973. 1 blank, 58(2) pp., 1 blank. Hardcover in d/w. 1st ed. 1 lower crnr trifle worn, lower margin of d/w sl. frayed. €17,00

18781. FIELDING, Henry: Oeuvres de M. Fielding. Jonathan Wild le Grand

Paris, Au Bureau deui Journal de chez Ouvrier, libraire,.., 1797. 1797. 2 volumes. Demi-titre, titre, IV, 222/demi-titre, titre, 202 pp. Demi-veau, plats marbrιs, dos dorιs. Petit-in 12°. Reliure peu frottιes. * First french collective edition. Collation in english on request. €50,00

15330. FOLLETT, Ken: The Hammer of Eden

New York, Crown Publishers, Inc., 1998. 1998. 1 blank, 4 unn. lvs., 404 pp. & 1 blank. Boards prtd. in 2 colours in pictorial dj. (By Whitney COOKMAN). First edition (stated). NEAR MINT COPY. €24,00

6443. FORESTER, C. S.: Randall and the River of TIme

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1951. 1951. 320 pp. Orcloth very good in VG unclipped dj. FIRST EDITION. Jacket by BIRO. VG/VG. €18,00

6415. FORESTER, C. S.: The good shepherd

Boston/Toronto, Little, Brown & Cy. n. d., 5 unnumbered lvs., 310 pp. Orcloth in a bit frayed/chipped d/w. Spine ptly bit faded. Jacket by GENDERS. €15,00

6321. FORSYTH, Frederick: The Odessa file

Ldn., Hutchinson of London, 1972. 1972. IX(I)309(1) pp. Brds in d/w. On antique wove paper by Anchor Press. 1st ed. Jacket a bit worn and soiled. V° hf-title Chinese characters. Jacket design by: Michael BRETT. €35,00

6376. FRANCES, Dick: The danger

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1983. 1983. 271(1) pp. Or. brds in NF dj. First edition. * White spots on photograph is reflection. €18,00

6442. FRASER, Antonia: A Splash of Red

Ldn., Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1981. 1981. 5 unnumbered lvs., 229(1) pp. Or. brds VG in good d/w. 1st ed. Jacket: Behram KAPADIA, ill.: Mary FRENCH.On fly-lf: ticket of Andrew Nurnberg Associates, Literary Agents, Ldn. €17,00

6434. FREEMAN, R. Austin: Flighty Phyllis

Ldn., Hodder & Stoughton, 1928. n. d. [1928] 315 (1) pp. Ill. blue orcloth. Bdg. trifle rbbd & stained, ink monogramm on spine, endpp., edges and in places a bit foxed. Ά FIRST EDITION. €45,00

6435. FREEMAN, R. Austin: When rogues fall out

Ldn., Hodder & Stoughton, 1932. 1932. 319 (1) pp. Orcloth. Bdg bit worn (see image). 1st edition. Owners stamp and a dedication & signature in ink on fly-lf. €44,00

6316. FRIDAY, Nancy: Jealousy

NY., Morrow and Company [A Perigord Press book, 1985. 1985] 539(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. hfcloth good in VG d/w. 1st ed. €20,00

11591. FROMM, Bella: Blood and Banquets. A Berlin social diary

N. Y., Harper, 1942. 1942. xvi, 1 unnumbered leaf, 332 pp., 1 white lf. Orcloth. Illustrated endpp., fore-edge uncut. 1st edition: [L-R]. Inscribed verso hf-title. Bdg bit soiled, spine darkened, foxing in places. €14,00

6334. FRY, Christopher: The dark is light enough [A winter comedy]

Ldn., a.o.p., OUP. [Geoffrey Cumberlege], 1954. 1954. (8)103(1) pp. Or. brds w. ill. d/w. (by Ronald SEARLE) Some minor (rep) tear in & tiny stain on d/w. 1st ed. €23,00

6960. FULLER, John: Look twice [An entertainment]

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1991. 1991. 255(1) pp. Orr. brds fine in NF d/w. €11,00

6463. GALLICO, Paul: Love, let me not hunger

Ldn., a.o.p., Heinemann, 1963. 1963. 3 unn. lvs., 313(1) pp. Orcloth VG in VG d/w. Jacket by SIMMONDS. 1st ed. €28,00

11575. GALLICO, Paul: The steadfast man a life of St. Patrick

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1958. 1958. 240 pp. Red orcloth in d/w by Donald GREEN. First edition. €12,00

6426. GALLICO, Paul: The Zoo Gang

Ldn., Heinemann, 1971. [1971] 3 unn. lvs., 215(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds w. ill dj. (1 small tear). Jacket: Larry LEARMONTH & Virginia GALLICO. €10,00

3576. GALLICO, Paul: Thomasina

Ldn., Joseph, 1957. [1957] 269(3)pp. Orcloth VG in d/w w. sl. frayed (repaired) spine-ends. 1st ed. Jackeet: Freda NOCHOLS. €23,00

12376. GALLICO, Paul: Too Many Ghosts

London, Joseph, 1961. 1961.272 pp. Blue orcloth gilt. 1st. No dj. €10,00

10197. GALSWORTHY, John: Flowering wilderness

Ldn., Heinemann, 1932. 1932. 1 blank, 3 unn. lvs., 280 pp. Title prtd in red & black. Green orcloth gt. FIRST EDITION. Edges and incidentally few lvs foxed. ExLibris (K. van Someren Grιve) €15,00

10198. GALSWORTHY, John: On Forsyte' Change

Ldn., Heinemann, 1930. 1930. 5 unn. lvs., 292 pp. Green orcloth gt. FIRST. EDITION. Spine-top trifle worn, bdg. a bit discold. * Nice ExL. (J. P. DOMISSE) on pastedown. €25,00

10193. GALSWORTHY, John: Over the river

Ldn., Heinemann, 1933. 1933. 3 unn. lvs., 322 pp. Green orcloth gilt. 1st. edition. Edges and incidentally few lvs foxed. €12,00

10204. GALSWORTHY, John: Swan Song

N. Y., Scribner, 1928. 1928. VIII, 360 pp. Black orcloth gilt. Spine-lettering faded, top-spine a bit worn. First edition. At 10.- Another copy in dustjacket (damaged along extremities) at €25,00

3520. GALSWORTHY, John: The silver spoon

N.Y., Scribner's, 1926. 1926. viii, 320 pp. Orcloth, spine bit faded. €10,00

3521. GALSWORTHY, John: The white monkey

N.Y., Scribner, 1924. 1924. viii, 328 pp. Orcloth. Crnrs rbbd/worn, spine faded, inner hinges weak. €10,00

11584. GALSWORTHY, John: Two Forsyte Interludes

Ldn., Heinemann, 1927. 1927. 74(2) pp., 2 white lvs. Or. orange-red wrappers. 1st edition. Spine discoloured, else still good. €15,00

19324. GALSWORTHY-: John Galsworthy. An appreciation together with a bibliography

Ldn.,, Heinemann, 1926. 1926. 1 unnumbered leaf w. verso portrait of the author, 21 (1) pp. Blue, prtd. wrappers. Illustrations and a facsimile in the text. On half-title stamped: ""W. E. Harrison Bookseller & Stationer The Ancient House Ipswich"". First and last leaves trifle foxed €12,00

6464. GANN, Ernest K.: Of good and evil

Ldn., Hodder & Stoughton, 1963. 1963. 319 (1) pp. Or. boards good in good dj. Endpapers a bit soiled. 1st edition. Jacket: Paul BACON. €18,00

16165. GARCΝA LORCA, Francisco- MAURER, Christopher, translation & HERNΑNDEZ, Mario, prologue: In the green morning: memories of Federico

Ldn., Peter Gwen, 1989. 1989. XXX, 258 pp. Illustrations (from photographs) in the text. Or. silver-lettered green boards in pictorial dj. First Edition in English. VERY GOOD COPY. €25,00

11598. GIBBS, Philip: Through the Storm

Toronto, The Ryerson Press, 1945. 1945. 3 unn. lvs., 322 pp. Yellow-titled blue orcloth. Bdg a bit soiled, edges and incidentally faint foxing. Top left white spot on picture is shadow; binding is OK. Ά First Canadian edition. €18,00

6579. GOETHE, J. W. von [Illustrations: Harry CLARKE]: Faust

N. Y., Hartsdale House n.d., 251(1) pp., 2 blanks. Num. ills in the text by Harry CLARKE. Ill. orcloth. Bdg just a trifle soiled. €35,00

16724. GOLDRING, Douglas: The Faηade. By-

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1928. 1928. 279(1) & 32 pp. Tauchnitz catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. €20,00

6441. GORDIMER, Nadine: The lying days

N.Y., Simon & Schuster, 1953. 1953. 4 unnumbered lvs., 340(2) pp., 1 blank. Or. hfcloth in worn dj. Front fep. removed. FIRST EDITION €18,00

6354. GORDON, Richard: The facts of life

Ldn., Heinemann, 1969. 1969. 313(1) pp. Or.brds in d/w. 1st ed. Name on fly-lf., tiny stain on rear fly-lf. €11,00

11558. GRANT, Joan: Winged Pharaoh

Leipzig, a.o.p., The Albatross Verlag, 1939. 1939. 286(2) pp. Or boards w. sl. frayed dj. Traces of use. Copyright edition. * = Giant Albatross Series. EDITED in the THIRD REICH. €22,00

6546. GRANTHAM, A. E.: The twilight-hour of Yang Kuei Fei [A dramatic poem in one act]

Shanghai a.o.p., Kelly & Walsh Ltd., 1923. 1923.1 blank, 56 pp. Bnd the Chinese way. In slipcase w. title-ticket in English/Chinese. Last & first lf., & inside of the slip-case a bit foxed. Slipcase a bit rbbd. €75,00

5211. GRAVES, Richard [Anonymously published]: The Spiritual Quixote: or, the Summer's Ramble of Mr. Geoffrey Wildgoose. A comic romance. The second edition

Ldn., printed for J. Dodsley, Pall Mall, 1774. 1774. 3 volumes. 3 frontispices, 1 engrd title, XXIV, 352/ VIII, 287(1)/ XII, 323(1) pp. Full contemporary calf w. contrasting morocco letter-pieces. Bdg. rbbd & worn, of all 3 volumes front-sides detached; mildly foxed; only a bit heavier in a few places. * The first edition with full-page illustrations (frontispices) engraves by GRIGNION after WALE. RARE. €360,00

5376. GREEN, Anna . Katherine [Later: ROHLFS]: The filigree ball: being a full and true account of the solution of the mystery...

Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, 1903. March 1903. Copyright edition. Frontispice, 4 lvs, 418 pp., 1 blank, 11 lvs with publishers' fiction list. Green orcloth decorated in red and gold. Title in red/black. In all a remarkably fresh binding; internally well-preserved except for 2 lvs., which are foxed; at the end some light waterstaining in lower margin. Book-illustration: C. M. RELYEA. €28,00

6433. GREENE, Graham: A burnt-out case

Ldn., Heinemann, 1961. 1961. 4 unnumbered lvs., 256 pp. Orcloth NF/VG dustjacket. First edition. Jacket: Lacey EVERETT. €35,00

6437. GREENE, Graham: Doctor Fischer of Geneva or the bomb party

Ldn., a.o.p., The Bodley Head, 1980. 1980.139(1) pp. 2 blanks. Green orcloth fine in NF dj. 1st edition. €25,00

6438. GREENE, Graham: May we borrow your husband? [And Other Comedies of the Sexual Life]

Ldn., 1967. 1967. 188 pp., 2 blanks. Or. green cloth NF in NF dj. 1st edition. Excellent copy. Magazine review of the Viking Press edition enclosed. €85,00

6436. GREENE, Graham: Our man in Havana [An entertainment]

Ldn., Heinemann, 1958. 1958. 273(1) pp. Orcloth VG in dustjecket . Jacket by Donald GREEN. First edition. UNION BOOKSELLERS of Pretoria ticket on pastedown. Ά A second copy of the First edition VG. in NF dustjacket with the edges a bit (dust)stained at €45,00

10200. GREENE, Graham: The heart of the matter

London, Heinemann, 1948. November 1948 reprint. 297 (1) pp. Black orcloth gilt. Ά The frayed and worn dj. loosely inserted. €18,00

13558. GREENE, Graham: The man within

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1930. 1930. 272 pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4917. * Small repaired tear front-wrapper, else very clean, crispcopy. €110,00

3432. GREENE, Graham: The tenth man

Ldn., Bodley Head/Blond, 1985. 1985. 157(3) pp. Or. brds fine in near fine dj. [by M. HARVEY] 1st edition. Ballpoint-signature r° fly-lf. Another good copy (in 1st ed.) without signature at 24.-. €16,00

6375. GREENE, Graham: The Third Man and the Fallen Idol

Ldn., a.o.p., Heinemann, 1950. 1950. 3 unnumbered lvs., 188 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in dustjacket. (depicting motion picture scenes). Top spine traces of tape; top left of the back panel top rather unprofesionally reinforced with tape. First edition. €150,00

6578. GUARESCHI, Giovanni [Translated by Frances FRENAYE]: Don Camillo and his flock

N. Y., Pellegrini & Cudahy, 1952. [1952] 250 pp. Orcloth w. silver-lettered spine. VG. No d/w. 1st ed. in English. €23,00

7048. GUNTHER, John: Inside Latin America

N.Y./Ldn., Harper & Brothers, 1941. 1941. Fldg map, XI(III), 498 pp. Orcloth. No d/w. 1st edition. B-X. Extensive indexes. €12,00

6562. GUNTHER, John: Inside U.S.A.

N.Y./Ldn., Harper & Brothers, 1947. 1947. XVI(II), 979(1) pp., 3 blanks w. several maps in the text. Orcloth. No d/w. 1st ed. B-X. Extensive indexes. €13,00

4900. GUTHRIE, A. B., Jr.: The big sky

N.Y., Sloane, 1947. [1947] 1 blank, 2 lvs w. double-page map, 386 pp. w. double-page map. Orcloth in sl. worn d/w. Signature on fly-lf. Jacket : Alan HAEMER. €33,00

6381. HAGGARD, H. Rider: The ivory child

Ldn., a.o.p., Cassell and Cy., 1916. 1916. Cold front., 344 pp., & 3 more b/w ills on plts. Orcloth gt. First and last gatherings foxed, endpapers just a bit. Frontside gilt faded. €55,00

5141. HAGGARD, H. Rider: When the world shook [Being an Account of the Great Adventure of Bastin, Bickley and Arbuthnot]

Ldn. a.o.p., Cassell and Company, Ltd., 1919. 1919. VIII, 347(1) pp. Orcloth, spine gt. 4 b/w ills on 2 lvs. Lower edge uncut. Paper a bit browned in places, spine trifle faded, endpapers a bit foxed, else still a sound copy. 1st ed. €60,00

6427. HAILEY, Arthur: The Moneychangers

N.Y., Doubleday, 1975. 1975. 4 unnumbered lvs., 472 pp. Or. hfcloth fine in NF d/w. (1 sm. tear, bit shelf--wear). FIRST EDITION. Copy of a Gordon WILLIAMS review enclosed. €15,00

1229. HALL, D.: Seasons at Eagle Pond

N.Y., Ticknor & Fields, 1987. 1987. Wdct front. (4 lvs)86(1 lf) w. num. wdct ills by Thomas W. NASON. Gt-lettered hfcloth. 1st edition. Fine in VG original ill. slipcase. Dedication on free endpaper. GOOD COPY. €14,00

6487. HANLEY, Gerald: An end and a beginning

Ldn., Macdonald, 1958. 1958. 315(5) pp. Orcloth in dustjacket in an extra protective jacket leaving traces of tapeing on fly-lvs. FIRST EDITION. Name in ink on fly-lf. €15,00

6380. HANLEY, Gerald: The year of the Lion

Ldn., Collins, 1953. 1953. 256 pp. Orcloth in d/w. Edges & endpapers a bit foxed, backside d/w. soiled & bit stained. First edition. (Discolouring at the top of photograph is shadow.) €22,00

11583. HAYTER, Sir William, K.C.M.G.: The Kremlin and the Embassy

[London], Hodder & Stoughton, 1966. 1966. First edition (stated). Frontispice, 160 pp. B/w. ills on plates and 2 maps in the text. Orcloth NF in NF dj. €22,00

10185. HEARN, Lafcadio: Kokoro [Hints and echoes of japanese inner life by-]

Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1907. 1907. Title prtd in red & black, 280 pp. Green orcloth gt. Nice bkplte (of W.F.K. Hussem van der Leeuw) on pastedown as well as a private library's shelf-ticket. Copyright edition (stated on title-page). Inobtrusively knicked front. Quite a good, well-preserved copy. * = Tauchnitz Coll. of British Authors, Vol. 3957. ** Bdg is probably silk reinforced with cloth. €30,00

5853. HEIDEN, Konrad {Translation from the German: Ralph MANHEIM]: Der Fuehrer. Hitler's Rise to Power

Boston, Houghton/Mifflin, 1944. 1944. VIII, 788(2) S. Oln. STERNFELD/T. 201. Gutes Ex. €90,00

12961. HEINS, Paul: Crosscurrents of Criticism. Horn Book Essays 1968-1977 selected and edited by-

Boston, The Horn Book, 1977. 1977. 4 unn. lvs., XIII(I), 359(3) pp. Gilt-illustrated & -lettered orcloth. Very good copy. €10,00

9740. HEMINGWAY, Ernest: A farewell to arms. By-

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1930. n. d., around 1930. 320 pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Binding a bit worn and stained. €12,00

6337. HEMINGWAY, Ernest: Across the river and into the sea

Ldn., Cape, 1950. 1950. 254 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in the original dustjacket. Bottom edge uncut. Dustjacket with only a trifle wear & minimally rbbd. Fine copy in VG dj. 1st UK edition. €140,00

6371. HEMINGWAY, Ernest: The essential Hemingway [One complete Novel, extracts from three others...Death in the Afternoon""]

Ldn., Readers Union/Cape, 1947. 1947. 447(1) pp. Orcloth. Thin paper copy. €10,00

10838. HENRY, M. S.: Aucassin and Nicolette [An old French Song-tale. Translated by-]

London, Siegle, Hill & Co., 1900. n. d., around 1920(?). 53 (3) pp. Title prtd in black/green. Original blindruled & gilt-lettered flexible leather. Front inner hinge loosening, nice ExLibris of a ""Frieda WEINBERG"" on paste-down. €12,00

11645. HERGESHEIMER, Joseph: Quiet Cities

N. Y., Knopf, 1928. 1928. 299(1) pp., 2 leaves. Orange-cold orcloth. * Second impression. €10,00

5012. HERSEY, John: A bell for Adano [With a new foreword by the author]

N.Y., The Modern Library, 1946. 1946. VIII, 269(9) pp. Orcloth in (rep.) dj. First edition thus. Top-edge duststained. €18,00

6393. HERSEY, John: The wall [A novel]

Ldn., Hamish Hamilton, 1950. 1950. 632 pp., 2 blanks. Orcloth fine in NF d/w. Jacket by Barnett FREEDMAN. €35,00

6364. HERSEY, John: The walnut door

N.Y., Knopf, 1977. 1977. 1 blank, 4 unn. lvs., 235 (9) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in dj. Jacket's front panel after a painting by Edward HOPPER. First edition. Minimal wear to dustjacket; fore-edge & lower edge uncut. Type: BASKERVILLE. €25,00

1368. HICHENS, Roberts: The spell of Egypt

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1910. 1910. 262(2) pp. Hfcloth, spine gilt. Copyright edition. [Tauchnitz] €20,00

12170. HILLES, Frederick W., editor: New Light on Dr. Johnson: Essays on the Occasion of His 250th Birthday

n. p., Archon Books, 1967. 1967 reprint (originally published 1959). XII, 348 pp., 1 leaf. Navy orcloth, spine gilt in pictorial dj. VG/VG. €28,00

10218. HOCKING, Joseph: Heartsease [The story of a feud]

Ldn., Ward, Lock & Co., 1930. n. d. 256 pp. Original red boards. Bit of shelfware and slightly foxed. 1st edition. €10,00

6336. HOLLAND, W. Bob [Ed.]: Twenty-five ghost stories

N.Y., Hartsdale House, 1941. [1941]. 255(1) pp. Or. ill. cloth in d/w. Illustrated by Frank J. RUSSELL. Dustjacket bit frayed, worn & rbbd. 1st edition. €20,00

5385. HOLME, Constance [ESTHER MEYNELL's copy]: Crump folk going home

Ldn., Mills & Boon, 1913. 1913. 3 lvs, 311(1) and 30 (publisher's advertisements-) pp. Original green cloth, ruled borders & spine decoration in blind & gilt. A bit foxed in places (edges). Ά ESTHER MEYNELL's copy with her signature on front free endpaper. First edition. [Colonial edition?] €70,00

3235. HOLMES, Grant: Surabaya

Ldn., Cassell, 1956. [1956] 176 pp. Orcloth in d/w. D/w very slightly soiled & worn, rear endpapers a trifle foxed. First edition. €15,00

6508. HOMER- [BUCKLAND-WRIGHT, J. & LUCAS, F. L.]: The Odyssey [Translated in selection by F. L. LUCAS; Illustrations engraved on copper by JOHN BUCKLAND-WRIGHT]

Ldn., The Folio Society, 1948. 1948. 134 (2) pp. with 16 illustrations in the text, reproductions in collotype. Orcloth near fine in dj (edges soiled and worn with a chip and a few closed tears). T.e.g. First edition. €45,00

6357. HOWARD, Elizabeth Jane: After Julius

Ldn., Cape, 1965. 1965. (6)281(1) pp. Or. brds w. dj. Crnrs & spine -ends a bit worn. 1st ed. Jacket design: Jan PIENKOWSKI. €15,00

6413. HOWARD, Peter: Men on trial

Blandford Press, 1945. October 1945. 103 (1) pp. Orcloth in dj. 1st ed. Jacket a bit worn. €20,00

10189. HOWARTH, Herbert & SHUKRALLAH, Ibrahim: Images from the arab world [Fragments of Arab literature translated and paraphrased with variations and comments by-]

London, Pilot Press Ltd., 1944. 1944. 143(1) pp. Orcloth. Shelf-wear, annotations in ink. FIRST EDITION. €18,00

6392. HUDSON, Derek [General editor: W.J. TURNER]: British journalists and newspapers

Ldn., Collins, 1935. 1945. 47(1) pp. Or. ill. brds in d/w. with 8 cold plts & 26 b/w ills. D/w only slightly rbbd/worn & with a small chip at its spine-top. €20,00

275. HUDSON, W. H.: Green mansions [A Romance of The Tropical Forest]

N.Y., Heritage Press, 1936. [1936] 346(4) pp. w. num. (8 of which in colour) ills. Ill. orcloth w. transparant protective dust-jacket. The 4-page Sandglass issue on this book-production loosely inserted. Spine-ends just a trifle rbbd. ExL. David L. WHITMAN on cold ill. paste-down €33,00

6350. HUGHES, Richard: The human predicament. The fox in the attic

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1961. 1961. 352, recte 350 (2) pp. Or. brds in sl. worn dj. VG/G+. Jacket: John WOODCOCK. Trifle foxed. FIRST EDITION. €15,00

6414. HULME, Kathryn: Annie's Captain

Ldn., Muller, 1961. 1961. 1 blank, XV(I), 299 (1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds w. VG dustjacket (by EISNER). 1st edition. €18,00

5388. HUNT, Marsha: Joy

Ldn., a.o.p., Century, 1990. [1990] (6)346 pp. Orcloth fine in near fine dustjacket. FIRST EDITION. €11,00

13575. HUTTEN, Baroness von-,: A lady from the South

Lpz., Tauchnitz , 1927. 1927. 271(1) pp., 1 leaf & 32 pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. Tauchnitz catalogue -as always- a bit browned.* = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4975. €24,00

3119. HUXLEY, Aldous: Texts and Pretexts [An Anthology with Commentaries]

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1949. 1949. VIII, 311(1). Orcloth, spine gilt. First issue in the collected edition. Endpp. & bottom edge (uncut) foxed, else clean copy €12,00

6504. HUXLEY, Aldous: Eyeless in Gaza

N.Y./Ldn., Harper & Brothers, 1936. 1936. 3 unnumbered lvs., 473(1) pp. Orcloth. Fore-edge uncut. On imprint: B-W. Bdg ptly discold, gold of spine faded, endpp. bit foxed, name on fly-lf. 1st am. ed. €15,00

6572. HUXLEY, Aldous: Science, Liberty and Peace

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1947. 1947. 63 (1) pp. Orcloth fine in original dustjacket. First Edition. Endpapers a bit foxed, dj. w. a bit discoloured spine and one closed tear, repaired w. tape. In all quite a good copy still. €12,00

11929. HUXLEY, Aldous: The genius and the goddess

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1955. 1955. 127(1) pp. FIRST EDITION. Orcloth. Bdg a bit discoloured. €12,00

10142. HUXLEY, Aldous: The Gioconda smile [A play from the short story in ""Mortal coils"" By-]

London, Chatto & Windus, 1948. 1948. 119(1) pp. Orcloth spine gt. Bdg soiled, spine discold, edges foxed & in a few places. FIRST EDITION. €12,00

16240. HUXLEY, Aldous: Themes And Variations

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1950. 1950. 1 blank, 4 unn. lvs., 260 pp., 1 blank. Num. illustrations on plates. Uncut. Red orcloth gilt. Spine a bit sun-tanned & rbbd. No dj. First edition on quality paper. €18,00

11578. HUXLEY, Aldous: Time must have a stop

Garden City, Sun Dial Press, 1947. 1947. 311(3) pp. Or. blue buckram. Bdg bit soiled. €12,00

11597. INGERSOLL, Ralph: Top secret

N. Y., Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1946. 1946. viii(ii), 373(1) pp. Red orcloth, spine gilt., fep-map & 1 text-map. 1st edition. €10,00

6396. INNES, Hammond: Levkas man

Ldn., Collins, 1971. 1971. 320 pp. Or. brds in dj. Endpaper maps. Jacket: Richard DALKINS. First edition. Dustjacket near fine. €15,00

18757. ISHIGURO, Kazuo: The unconsoled

N. Y., Knopf, 1995. 1995. 535 (1) pp. Ill. wrappers. 1st edition. Pbk. Unused copy; fine. ISBN 0679404252 . €10,00

6349. JACOBS, William W.: Night Watches

Ldn., a.o.p., Hodder & Stoughton, 1914. 1914. Tinted Frontispice, VI(II), 247(1) pp. w. num. tinted ills on plts. Ill. orcloth. Bdg: sl. soiled, spine-ends just trifle dull, crnrs bit bumped, 1st & last lf bit foxed. First edition. €40,00

6359. JAMES, Clive: May week was in June. Unreliable Memoirs continued

Ldn., Cape, 1990. 1990. 1 blank, 249 (1) pp., 2 blanks. Or. brds Fine/Fine. €18,00

17539. JAMES, Henry. Introduction: S. Gorley PUTT: The turn of the screw and other stories

Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1981. 1981. 203(5). pp. Or. ill. wrappers. PBK. Good copy. €10,00

6348. JARRELL, Randall: Pictures from an Institution [A comedy by-]

Ldn., Faber & Faber, 1974. 1974. 290 pp., 1 blank. Or. brds w. d/w. Reissue of the 1954 1st ed. Name on hf-title, else fine. €14,00

6457. JEFFERS, Robinson: Dear Judas and other poems

N.Y., Horace Liveright, 1929. 1929. 129(1) pp.,, 1 blank. Or. hfcloth. Margins ptly uncut. Bookdealer's ticket of the Bookshelf Cincinnati on paste-down. Title in red & black. Spine a bit faded, sp.-eends a bit dull, crnrs rbbd/bumped, endpp. bit foxed, else a trifle thumbing and/or foxing in a few places. €28,00

6419. JOHNSON, Joyce: In the Night Cafι

N. Y., Dutton, 1989. [1989] 4 unn. lvs., 231(1) pp. Or. halfcloth fine in fine dj. Jacket: Jacquelinee SCHUMAN. €12,00

6512. JONES, David: The sleeping Lord and other fragments

Ldn., Faber and Faber, 1975. Reprint 1975. 111 (1) pp. Brown orcloth FINE in NF price-clipped dj. (Note for collectors: the reprint is far less frequent than the first edition). €18,00

4964. JOYCE, James [Editor: ELLMANN, R.]: James Joyce

N.Y., O.U.P., 1959. 1959. XVI, 842 pp. & 2 blanks, w. num. photogaphs. on XVI plts and facs. of a letter by Joyce in the text. Orcloth. Edges sl. foxed. €110,00

6395. KAZAN, Elia: The arrangement

Ldn., Collins, 1967. 1967. 445(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds in NF price-clipped dj. Jacket: Kenneth FARNHILL. Dedication in ink on fly-lf. First edition. €18,00

11565. KAZIN, Alfred: A Walker in the City

New York, Harcourt, Brace and Cy., 1951. 1951. 176 pp., 2 blanks. Ill. or. hfcloth in price-clipped and trifle frayed d/w. Newspaper article mntd on pastedown and annotations in ink on fly-leaf. Underlinings in pencil. €25,00

10210. KELTIE, John S., F.S.A. Scot.: The works of the British Dramatists

Ldn./Edinburgh, Nimmo, 1875. 1875. Engrd frontispice, engrd title, 549(1) pp. w. 2 col. text & 10 pp. publishers catalogue. Ocloth gt. Spine-top starts to crack, ELC. with remnants on pastedown. €20,00

5019. KENT, Alexander: Sloop of War

Ldn., Hutchinson, 1972. 1972. 319(1) pp. Or. brds, fine in NF price-clipped d/w. Endpaper maps. Jacket: Michael BRETT. €30,00

6398. KERSH, Gerald: Neither man nor dog [Short stories]

Ldn., a.o.p., Heinemann, 1946. 1946. 3 unnumbered lvs., marine blue publisher's cloth w. d/w. prtd in red & black. 1st ed. Fine in sl. discold d/w w. darkened and a bit faded spine, min. frayed at extremities. €55,00

6397. KERSH, Gerald: Night and the City [A Novel by-]

Cleveland/N.Y., The World Publishing Co., 1947. 1947. VIII, 372 pp., 2 blanks. Or. brds in dj. 1st printing. Bottom spine a bit rbbd. Dj. a bit worn. €24,00

5386. KERSH, Gerald: The angel and the Cuckoo

Ldn., Heinemann, 1967. [1967] (8)342(2) pp. Orcloth near fine in good d/w. (2 stains) Jacket design: Paul CASTELL. * A second copy in a bit worn dj. (repaired tears) & a bit stained fore-edge at € 13.- €18,00

6372. KERSH, Gerald: The Thousand Deaths of Mr. Small

Ldn., a.o.p., Heinemann, 1951. 1951. 1 blank, VIII(II), 402 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in d/w w. 2 sm. rep. tears and its spine darkened. 1st ed. €33,00

13565. KIPLING, Rudyard: Land and sea tales by-

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1926. 1926. 262(2) pp., 1 lf. & 32 pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Tauchnitz catalogue -as always- a bit browned. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4746.Unopened, uncut. A bit waterstained, catalogue detached from block. €14,00

14424. KIRKUP, James. Illustrated by Naoko Matsubara: Insect Summer

N. Y., Knopf, 1971. 1971. 175 (1) pp. First Edition. Stated Ill. orcloth. VG. Illustrated by Naoko Matsubara. €22,00

15846. KIS, Danilo: Garden, ashes

Ldn., Faber and Faber, 1985. 1985. 2 lvs., 170(2) pp. Or. black boards w. silver-lettered spine in cold. ill. dj. NF/NF. First UK Edition. Originally published in Yugoslavia in 1965. Translation: William J. HANNAHER. Paper -as usual- slightly browned. €18,00

6959. KOENIG, Oskar: Pori Tupu

Ldn., Joseph, 1954. 1954. 236 pp. Orcloth w. slightly frayed dustjacket. 1st english edition. Good copy. €22,00

6558. KONADU, Samuel A.: A woman in her prime

Ldn., a.o.p., Heinemann, 1967. 1967. 1 blank, 3 unnumbered lvs., 108 pp., 2 blanks. Or. brds NF in sl. rbbde d/w. €30,00

14578. KONING, Christina: A Mild Suicide

London, Lime Tree, 1992. 1992. 211(1) pp. Original dark-brown boards, spine gilt-lettered in original pictorial jacket. Design: Claire HEGARTY. The first edition of the author's first book. * Very well preserved copy. €65,00

5397. KOPELEV, Lev [Translated and edited by Anthony AUSTIN]: To Be Preserved Forever

Philadelphia/N.Y., Lippincott, 1977. [1977] (12)268 pp., fine in or. hfcloth, near fine (privately price-clipped) d.w. Published and transl. under the auspices of Ardis. First American Edition. Transl. & ed. by Anthony Austin. €18,00

4902. KRISHNAMURTI-: Star Bulletins nr. 4 & 5

Hollywood, L. A., The Star Publishing Trust, 1932. 1932. 2 odd numbers, pp. 97-128, respectively 129-160. Or. wraps. Staples rusty. €35,00

5142. KUREISHI, Hanif: Sammy and Rosie get laid [The Script and the Diary]

Ldn., Faber & Faber, 1988. [1988] 6 unnumbered lvs, 127(5) pp. Original illustrated wrappers. 1st ed. Bdg just a bit used (spine-ends & crnrs). €15,00

6330. LADER, Lawrence: The bold Brahmins [New England's war against slavery: 1831-1863

N.Y., Dutton, 1961. 1961. 318 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in sl. worn/soiled d/w. Jacket by Bob RITTER. Name on fly-lf. Lower edge pencil-marked w. ink. €14,00

7414. LASKY, Melvin J.: Encounter Nr. 378.

Ldn., 1985. 1985. 80 pp. Articles by a.o. ABERBACH KOPELEV & STERNBERGER. €10,00

7413. LASKY, Melvin J.: Encounter Nr. 379.

Ldn., 1985. 1985. 80 pp. Articles by a.o. Canetti, Le Fanu & Levi. €10,00

7417. LASKY, Melvin J.: Encounter Nr. 382.

Ldn., 1985. 1985. 80 pp. A.o.t.: Michael CHARLTON on: ""Star Wars"" or peace in the skies?. €11,00

7416. LASKY, Melvin J.: Encounter Nr. 384.

Ldn., 1985. 1985. 80 pp. €10,00

7415. LASKY, Melvin J. [On Ethiopia in:]: Encounter Nr. 386/387.

Ldn., 1985. 1985. 2 vols. 80/80 pp. A.o.t.: Beyond the Ethiopian Famine by Paul Henze. €14,00

6557. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's lover

Stockholm, Jan Fφrlag, 1956. [1956] 309(1) pp., 1 blank. Publishers wrappers. Spine a bit discold, edges uncut. In all a good copy. Continental edition [not be introduced in the U.S.A. neither in the British Empire]. €33,00

6369. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's lover Including My skirmish with Jolly Roger [Written Especially and Exclusively as an Introduction....Popular Edition]

Paris, The Odyssey Press, 1933. [1933] 3 unnumbered lvs., 359(5) pp. Or. blue wrappers. Bdg ptly discold, spine-ends reinforced with tape. 4th impression. READING OPY. €12,00

6342. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Lady Chatterley's lover Including My skirmish with Jolly Roger [Written Especially and Exclusively as an Introduction....Popular Edition]

n.p. [Paris?], Privately Printed, 1930. 1930. 3 unnumbered lvs., VI, 260 pp. Or blue cloth. Spine slightly rbbd, backside a bit scratched. * = The author's unabridged popular edition. Good copy. €90,00

14549. LAWRENCE, D. H.: The man who died/The ladybird/The captain's doll by-

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1932. 1932. 286(2) pp. & 30 pp. catalogue. Lacking front-wrapper, spine worn. €10,00

17541. LAWRENCE, D. H.: Three Novellas. The ladybird . The fox . The captain's doll

Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1970. 1970. 250(6) pp. Or. ill. wrappers. PBK. Bdg. traces of use. €10,00

6514. LE CARRΙ, John: A small town in Germany

Ldn., Heinemann, 1968. 1968. X, 306(2) pp., 2 blanks. Or. brds fine in ill. d/w., fine. 1st ed. €60,00

5007. LE CARRΙ, John: Our game

N.Y., Knopf, 1995. 1995. 5 lvs, 301(9) pp. Orcloth in dj. Endpaper-maps in colour. Trade edition (stated). Fine in fine dj. €28,00

3345. LE CARRΙ, John: Smiley's people

Ldn., a.o.p., Hodder and Stoughton, 1980. [1980] 327(1) pp. Orcloth, fine in near fine dj. 1st edition. €18,00

15157. LE CARRΙ, John: Smiley's people

N. Y., Knopf, 1980. 1980. 4 unnumbered leaves, 374(2) pp. Black orcloth gilt. DJ. by Scudellari. Fore-edge uncut. NF/VG+. 1st Trade Edition [stated]. €18,00

6509. LE CARRΙ, John: The Secret Pilgrim

Ldn., Hodder & Stoughton, 1991. 1991. 1 blank, 4 unnumbered lvs., 335(3) pp., 3 blanks. Orcloth fine in ill. fine d/w. Typeface: digitized version after Nicholas KIS. €43,00

16027. LEAVIS, F.R. & YUDKIN, Michael: Two Cultures? the Significance of C P Snow and an Essay on Sir Charles Snow's Rede Lecture.

London, Chatto & Windus, 1962. 1962. 45(3) pp. Or. boards in dj. Dj. w. small tear at the back. Good copy. * Being the Richmond Lecture, 1962. €15,00

11557. LECLERC, Lιon & LEFEBVRE, Renι: Chansons populaires du pays normand

Paris, R. Deiss, Ιditeur, 1925. n. d., vers 1925. 109 (3) pp. Brochι. Avec illustrations d. l. texte. Recueillies et illustrιes par Lιon LeClerc; harmonisιes par Renι Lefebvre. In-4°. €35,00

15161. LEE, Andrea: Sarah Phillips

London/Boston, Faber & Faber, 1985. (1985) 117(1) pp., 2 blanks. Or. brown boards in or. cold. dw. First UK edition. Near pristine. €18,00

5396. LESSING, Doris: Canopus in Argos: Archives [The Sirian experiments - The Report by Ambien II, of the Five]

Ldn., Cape, 1981. [1981] (12)288(2) pp. Orcloth fine in near fine d/w. €20,00

18444. LESSING, Doris: The golden note-book

Ldn., Panther, 1977. 1977. 638 (2) pp. Pbk. Paper a bit browned. €10,00

5016. LEVI, Primo: The monkey' s wrench

N. Y., Summit Books, 1986. [1986] 171(5) pp. Or. hfcloth, spine gilt-lettered. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. F/NF. Translated from the Italian by William Weaver: jacket by BASCOVE. €15,00

15113. LEVIN, Ira: The Stepford Wives

London, Michael Joseph, 1972. 1972. 159 (1) pp. Or. boards VG in NF dj. Jacket photography: Jack EVANS & C. Philippe HALSMAN. First Edition. Nr: 7181 1067 6. Unread copy. €24,00

6383. LEVIN, Mary: Mary O'Grady

Boston, Little, Brown and Cy., 1950. 1950. 4 unnumbered lvs., 392 pp. Orcloth. Front free-endp. cut, bdg bit soiled and stained., scribblings on endpaper. €11,00

19301. LEWIS, Sinclair: Arrowsmith

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1930. n. d., around 1930. 392 pp. Or. printed wrappers. Copyright Edition. Collection of British and American Authors Vol. 4694. Wrappers w. minor wear. €11,00

11585. LEWIS, Sinclair: Dodsworth

Ldn., Cape, 1930. 1930. 400 pp. Or. red cloth. Spine discold. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. Endpp. foxed. Nobel Prize-slip pasted onto fly-lf. €12,00

6373. LIEBMAN, Joshua Loth: Peace of mind

Ldn., a.o.p., Heinemann, 1946. 1946. XIV, 203 (5) pp., 2 blanks. Orcloth in dj. Dustjacket frayed & spine-ends a bit chipped (dj. by A. E. BARLOW). 1st edition. €12,00

6326. LLEWELLYN, Richard: A Few Flowers for Shiner

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1950. 1950. 398 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in a bit frayed and wrinkled d/w. Jacket by A.E. BARLOW. 1st edition. €13,00

6378. LLEWELLYN, Richard: A Few Flowers for Shiner

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1950. 1950. 398 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth. Review copy with the review slip of Joseph's loosely inserted. 1st ed. Top-edge duststained. €23,00

6536. LOFTS, Norah: Requiem for Idols and You're Best Alone

N.Y., Doubleday, 1981. 1981. 263(1) pp. Or. hfcloth fine in NF d/w. Jacket: Al NAGY. 1st ed. thus(?) €20,00

6389. LONDON, Jack: The human drift

Ldn., Mills & Boon Ltd., 1919. 1919. 190(2) pp. Orcloth. Spine bit stained & darkened, spine-ends just a bit dull. Hardly any foxing (1st & last 2 lvs a bit foxed). €43,00

6315. LOUYS, Pierre: Aphrodite (Ancient manners)

N.Y., Hartsdale House, 1932. V° title ""Copyright 1932"". 254 pp. Illustrations in the text by Frank J. BUTTERA. Or. florally decorated red cloth. Bdg w. just a trifle shelf-wear, lower edge few spots. €19,00

18284. LUCAS, E. V.: A wanderer in Paris

Leipzig, The Albatross, 1937. 1937. 238 (2) pp. Original wrappers with original ill. dj. w. 2 closed tears.card covers. Illustr. 239pp. Ex Libris. Ink dedication on Title. €28,00

12929. LYND, Robert & SPURRIER, Steven (ill.): I tremble to think

London, J. M. Dent & Sons, 1937. 1937-reprint. 1 leaf, 240 pp. w. double-page ill. frontispice and many text-illustrations. Navy orcloth w. gilt-tooled morocco letterpiece. Slight wear to spine, letterpiece a bit shaved, internally fresh. Fep. mounted on pastedown. €22,00

19445. MACDONALD, John D.: The dreadful lemon sky

N. Y., Lippinscot, 1974. 1974. 228 pp. Or. hfcloth in ill. dustjacket. Jacket with a bit of wear. Ά First edition. €35,00

15844. MacINNES, Helen: Message from Malaga

Ldn., Collins, 1972. 1972. 349(3) pp. Or. dark green boards NF in NF dj. 1st edition. 2 copies available. €12,00

6510. MACKENZIE, Sir Compton: The Windsor Tapestry being a study...H.R.H. The Duke of Windsor, K.G.

Ldn., Rich & Cowan, 1938. July 1938. I-IX(III) and 12-584 pp. Orcloth VG in d/w w. a few closed tears. BRENTANOS bookseller of Paris ticket on rear paste-down. Endpp. & turn-ins sl. foxed, few pencil-marks. €28,00

3409. MacLEAN, Alistair: Floodgate

Ldn., Collins, 1983. 1983 .221(3)pp. Or. brds in fine d/w. 1st ed. Marginal browning due to paper quality, else fine. €25,00

6387. MacLEAN, Alistair: Puppet on a chain

Ldn., Collins, 1969. 1969. 254 (2) pp. Or. brds NF/NF. First edition. €22,00

3407. MacLEAN, Alistair: Seawitch

Ldn., Collins, 1977. [1977] 221(3) pp. Or. brds fine in fine d/w. 1st ed. €20,00

6384. MacLEAN, Alistair: The Golden Gate

Ldn., Collins, 1976. 1976. 3 unn. lvs., 246 pp. Or. brds in dj. First edition. Jacket trifle rbbd at extremities, edges not entirely fresh. €17,00

6460. MacLEISH, Archibald: J. B. [a play in verse]

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1959. 1959. 128 pp. Or. brds in d/w. 1st ed. Endpp. & backside of dj. (dj. a bit rbbd) bit foxed. €22,00

12864. MADARIAGA, Salvador de: Portrait of a man standing

London, Allen & Unwin, 1968. 1968. 168 pp. Orcloth in original dj. Some annotations in the text and on frontal fly-lf. €15,00

6459. MAHFOUZ, Naguib [Translation: Dr Rasheed El-Enany]: Respected Sir

Ldn./N.Y., Quartet Books, 1986. 1986. XVI, 1 unnumbered lf., 154(2) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds fine in fine d/w. 1st edition. Cover design: Sabiha KHEMIR. €28,00

6469. MAILER, Norman: The Naked and the Dead

Ldn., Wingate, 1949. June 1949. 3 unnumbered lvs., 721(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in dj. (by James HOLLAND) Jacket a bit worn at extremities and chipping on top of spine.. First UK. €38,00

9957. MAJAKOVSKY, Vladimir [Translation: Dorian ROTTENBERG]: Selected poetry

Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1950. n. d., around 1950. 132 (4) pp. With some musical scores in the text and 4 plates depicting Majakovsky. Or. illustrated stiff wrappers. Illustration by R. VARDZYGULYANTS.Text in English. €30,00

13139. MALAMUD, Bernard: Dubin's lives

London, Chatto & Windus, 1979. 1979. 36 0(2) pp. Or. blue boards, spine gt.-lettered. First English edition in dust jacket w. one small (rep.) tear. Jacket by Berthold WOLPE. €18,00

6344. MALOUF, David: Child's play - With Eustace and the prowler.

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1982. 1982. 4 unnumbered lvs., 215(1) pp. Orcloth in d/w. On fly-lf: stamp: ""Sample copies No commercial value"" and a ticket mounted of Andrew Nurnberg Associates Literary Agents. Fore-edge trifle stained, else VG/VG. 1st UK edition. €28,00

6343. MALOUF, David: Fly away Peter

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1982. 1982. 4 unnumbered lvs., 134 pp., 1 blank. Or. brds w. price-clipped d/w. On fly-lf: stamp: ""Sample copies No commercial value"", another with ""Curtis Brown...London"" and a ticket mounted of Andrew Nurnberg Associates Literary Agents. Jacket ill. after LAVERTY, design by Judy HUNGERFORD. Unread copy. Fine. 1st UK ed. €33,00

6490. MALOUF, David: Harland's Halfacre

Ldn., Chatto & Windus, 1984. 1984. 2 unnumbered lvs., 230 pp., 1 blank. Or. brds w. price-clipped dustjacket. (its spine discold). Jacket design by Donald MACPHERSON. 1st UK edition. €24,00

3643. MANNING, Olivia: The Doves of Venus

Ldn. a.o.p., Heinemann, 1955. 1955. 313(1) pp. Orcloth in d/w. 1st ed. Cloth w. small stain, else VG, d/w. by Lynton(?) LAMB. w. few small (rep.) tears. €33,00

18385. MANNING, Olivia: The Rain Forest

Ldn., Heinemann, 1974. 1974. 279 (1) pp., 1 blank. Original boards in pictorial dj. FIRST EDITION. NF/VG+. €18,00

10470. MANSFIELD, Katherine: The Aloe

New York, Knopf, 1930. 1930.1 blank, 6 unnumbered leaves, 135 (1) pp., 1 blank. With olive-green coloured book-decoration, colophon and initials. Original boards with spine-ticket. Edges uncut. Copy numbered 372 of 950 copies for sale. Some minor wear to bdg (slightly rbbd in a few places), top-edge duststained, spine-ticket a bit discoloured & with a small stain; dedication in ink on fly-leaf. €90,00

6341. MARQUAND, John, P.: Point of no return

Boston, Little, Brown & Cy., 1949. 1949. IX(I), 559(1) pp., 2 blanks. Ill. orcloth. Ptly uncut. Bdg sl. stained, spine-ends a bit dull, crnrs bit bumped. 1st am. ed. €14,00

18382. MARQUEZ, Gabriel Garcia: The General in His Labyrinth

New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1990. 1990. 6 unnumbered lvs., 285 (5) pp. Map in the text. Original green cloth, spine gilt-lettered. Unread copy. Fine in a near fine pictorial dustjacket. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION (stated). Translated from the Spanish by Edith GROSSMAN. €12,00

6478. MARQUEZ, Gabriel Garcνa: The autumn of the patriarch

N.Y., a.o.p., Harper & Row, 1976. [1976] 5 unnumbered lvs., 269(1) pp., 4 blnks. Orcloth NF in VG+ dj. Top-edge blue, fore-edge uncut. Jacket: Guy FLEMING; Design: Sidney FEINBERG; Translation: Gregory RABASSA. First edition. €35,00

12799. MASON, Richard: The Fever Tree

London, Collins, 1962. 1962. 319(1) pp. Or. boards VG in G+ d/w. (Dj. by John WOODCOCK, slightly stained & soiled). First UK. Edition. €18,00

6466. MASTERS, John: To the Coral Strand

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1962. 1962. 319(1) pp. Or. brds in a bit discold, sl. frayed/chipped dustjacket., top-edge foxed. Jacket: Charles GORHAM. 1st editon. €10,00

6502. MAUGHAM, W. Somerst: Modern English and American Literature

N.Y., Halcyon House, 1947. 1947. 1 blank, IX(V), 618 pp., 2 blanks. Orcloth, sl. soiled. Margins a bit browned. €13,00

6448. McMURTRY, Larry: Somebody's Darling

N.Y., Simon and Schuster, 1978. 1978. 347, recte 349(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in d/w (a bit wrinkled & w. 1 small rep. tear). Bdg a bit rbbd & stained. Jacket: Paul BACON. * Simon and Schuster's trade-mark prtd on lower edge. 1st ed. €20,00

18668. MEYNELL, Laurence W.: Paid in full. By-

Ldn., a.o.p., George G. Harrap & Co., 1935. 1935. 252 pp. Original red boards w, decoration and lettering in black. Bdg. trifle rbbd. First edition. €10,00

6324. MICHENER, James, A.: The bridge at Andau

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1957. 1957. 258(2) pp. Hardcover in price-clipped d/w. Jacket title as above with additionally: ""The story of the Hungarian Revolution"". Edges with shelf-wear, jacket bit worn & soiled, endpapers ptly glue-browned. 1st ed. €35,00

6507. MILES, Rosalind: The Women's History og the World

Ldn., Michael Joseph, 1988. 1988. XVI, 288 pp. Or. brds fine in fine d/w. Jacket: Leslie CRAIG. 1st ed. €18,00

11640. MILLER, Henry: the smile at the foot of the ladder [drawings by Dick Elffers]

The Hague, L. J. Boucher, 1953. [1953] 50(4) pp. Num. cold ills in the text. Green orcloth gt. w. cold ill. d/w. *This publication was only sold in the Netherlands. Jacket a bit browned in places, else a good copy. €18,00

6388. MILLER, Henry: Tropic of Capricorn

Paris, The Obelisk Press, 1956. 1956. 362 (2) pp. Or. wrappers, sl. worn & rbbd. €35,00

16705. MILLER, Henry: Tropic of Capricorn

Paris, The Obelisk Press, 1949. [1949] 436 pp. Original ill. wrappers. Spine taped at spin-ends. €55,00

375. MILTON-: The poetical works of John Milton; To which is prefixed the life of the author.

London:, Printed for J. Walker;.....: By S. Hamilton, Weybridge, Surrey., 1818. 1818. XI(I), 551(1) pp., frontispice, engrd title (Uwins after Corbould). Contemporary hfcf. on 4 raised bands over mrbld sides, spine gilt- & blindstamped, contrasting (black) morocco letterpiece gilt, mrbld endpapers, fore-edge uncut, ptly unopened. 12°. Binding only a bit rbbd. Ά Very nice, crisp & clean, well-bound and generally well-preserved copy. €110,00

6458. MITCHELL, Adrian (and Apeman Mudgeon): The Apeman Cometh [Poems by-]

Ldn., Cape, 1975. 1975. 94 p., 1 blank. Or. brds in d/w. (2 small tears). On title: author's dedication with the drawing of an elephant. Text: ""Anna Maria's - peace - Adrian Amsterdam November 1980"". 1st ed. €35,00

11599. MITCHELL, Margaret: Gone with the wind. Motion Picture Edition

New York, The MacMillan Company, 1940. 1940. 291(1) pp. With 12 cold ills on plates o.o.t. Orcloth w. red lettering. Cold ill. wrappers bnd in. Large 8°. €18,00

5006. MITCHELL, Margaret [Introduction: H. STEELE COMMAGER]: Gone with the wind

N. Y., Heritage Press, 1968. [1968] 2 volumes: 2 blanks, 6 unn. lvs, 293(1) 1 blank/4 unn. lvs, 297-593(1) 3 blanks. w. num. ptly cold illustrations on plates by John GROTH. Grey- and blue orcloth gilt. In individual slip-cases. NF/VG. €24,00

12090. MODERN WOMAN-: Odd number, March

1947 1947. 127 (1) pp. w. Num. (ptly cold.) ills & advertisments in the text. Or. coloured wrappers. Good copy. €12,00

13576. MONTAGUE, C. E.: Right of the map. A novel

Lpz., Tauchnitz , 1928. 1928. 270, 1 leaf & 32 pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. Tauchnitz catalogue -as always- a bit browned.* = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4820. €14,00

11549. MONTAIGNE- [Transl.: John FLORIO]: The essayes of Michael Lord of Montaigne [Volume I]

London, a. o. p., Henry Frowde, 1904. [1904] IX(I), 429(3) pp. Original hfvellum richly gt.-tooled w. morocco letterpiece gilt, t.e.g. Fore-edge sl. foxed, bdg sl. rbbd. * - Vol. I of the World's Classics Series. Small-8°. €12,00

381. MOORE, Thomas: The poetical works of Thomas Moore, collected by himself in ten volumes

L., Longman a.o., 1840. 1840-1841. 10 vols., each w. frontispice [vol I author's portr.] & vignette-titles. Or. blindstpd green cloth, spines gt, margins uncut, few lvs unopened. 1st collective ed. LOWNDES VI, 1597. €275,00

9543. MORGAN, Charles: The judge's story

Ldn., MacMillan, 1947. 1947. 217(1) pp. Green orcloth, spine gilt, fine in VG dj. w. small (repaired) tear. Copyright edition. €12,00

6347. MORGAN, Charles: The river line

Ldn., Macmillan, 1949. 1949. 3 unn. lvs., 226(2) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth. Endpp. & edges sl. stained/foxed, name on fly-lf. €11,00

4999. MORLEY, Christopher: Kitty Foyle

N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1940. n.d., ca 1940. 1 blank, 339(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth. Bdg. a bit stained, spine discold/faded. Name and extensive quote from a book by A. MacLeish on fly-lf. 3 pp. with armorial blindstamp. €18,00

6523. MORRIS- [GODWIN, Edward & Stephani]: Warrior Bard [The life of William Morris]

Ldn., Harrap, 1947. 1947. Cold frontispice, 175(1) pp. w. b/w ills in the text. Ill. endpp. Orcloth in slightly discold/frayed dj. First edition. €15,00

10867. MORRISON, Toni: The bluest eye [A novel by-]

New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970. Colophon states: ""October 1970"" and ""3456789"". 4 unnumbered leaves, 164 pp., 2 blanks. Original hfcloth w. shining blue-lettered beige-coloured spine; sides blue-coloured. Pictorial dustjacket designed by Holly McNEELY-POINDEXTER, author's photograph on the dustjacket's backside by Bert ANDREWS. Design Richard-Gabriel RUMMONDS. The jacket has the number 0977 and $ 6.95 as price on the top flap. NEAR MINT/VG. First Edition(?). €850,00

5398. MOSLEY, Leonard: Backs to the Wall The Heroic Story of the People of London During World War II

Ldn., Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1971. [1971] XIV, 396(4) pp. Orcloth near fine in good d/w. (2 tears in price-clipped d/w). 1st ed. On half-title an original press-photo of the author is pasted in; on title in ink: """"For Those too young to remember, and for Those who'll never forget""."" This expresses the feelings of all contributors to the book. Vere(?) HODGSON."" €23,00

6386. MOWAT, Farley: And No Birds Sang

Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1979. [1979] 250(6) pp. Or. brds in d/w. 1st ed. D/w trifle duststained and minimal wear. €15,00

12932. MOWAT, Farley; drawings: Samuel BRYANT: People of the Dear

London, Joseph, 1952. 1952. 316 pp. Ill. orcloth. FIRST. EDITION. Endpaper-maps in colour. Bdg a bit rbbd., ExL on fly-lf., previous owner's name in ink on title. €15,00

6481. MULLALLY, Frederic: No Other Hunger

Ldn., Arthur Barker Ltd., 1966. [1966] 296 pp. Or. brds. * Novel set in Indonesia. €14,00

1443. MURCHIE, Guy M.: Song of the sky

Boston/Cambridge (MA), Houghton Mifflin/Riverside Press, 1954. 1954. viii(ii), 438 pp. w. num. (author's) ills. in the text. Fore-edge uncut. Endpaper-maps. Orcloth in sl. frayed dj. FIRST EDITION. €18,00

5401. NARAYAN, R. K.: Talkative man [A novel]

Ldn., Heinemann, 1986. [1986] (4)123(1) pp. Orcloth in dj. Jacket by Helen ATKINSON. FINE/NEAR FINE (white spot on front dj. is reflection.) €15,00

6399. NATHAN, Robert: Portrait of Jennie

Cleveland/N.Y., The World Publishing Cy., 1946. 1946. 3 unn. lvs., 212 pp., 2 blanks. Orcloth in a bit soiled, foxed & frayed dustjacket. Paper trifle browned. €14,00

6921. NEEDLE, Jan: Albeson and the Germans

Ldn., Deutsch, 1977. 1977. 127(1) pp. Or. brds fine in near fine original dj. First edition. Jacket: Gavin ROWE. VERY GOOD. €12,00

5512. NEUMANN, Alfred: Man of December [A Story of Napoleon III and the Fall of the Second Empire]

Ldn., Hutchinson, 1937. [1937] 568 S. Orcloth. Translated by: Eden & Cedar PAUL. Ά FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH. STERNFELD/T., page 366. Good copy/Gutes Exemplar. €15,00

6409. NICHOLS, Beverley: Garden open tomorow

Ldn., Heinemann, 1968. 1968. Or. green brds (front-side few stains) in good d/w. (Its spine bit discold & with a few spots and from the inside top reinforced w. tape). Top-edge trifle foxed/duststained. 1st edition. Drawings by William MacLAREN. Dedication in ink r° 2nd lf. & a nice ExL. on pastedown. €15,00

6408. NICHOLS, Beverley: News of England or A Country Without a Hero

Ldn., Cape, 1938. 1938. 316 pp. 1 blank. Orcloth. Bdg bit soiled, fore-edge, lower edge quite foxed, in places just a bit. €11,00

6410. NICOLSON, Harold: The meaning of prestige [The Rede Lecture 1937]

Cambridge, At the University Press, 1937. 1937. 35(1) pp. Or. brds. Bdg a bit worn along extremities, spine bit worn and faded. Internally fresh. €15,00

6417. NIDA, Eugene, A.: Customs, Culture and Christianity

Ldn., The Tyndale Press, 1963. June 1963. XIV, 306 pp. Or. brds. No d/w. 1st British ed. Bdg only trifle worn. €17,00

6484. NIXON, Edna: Royal Spy [The Strange Case of the Chevalier d' Eon]

Ldn., Heinemann, 1966. [1966] 260 pp., 2 blanks, ills on plts. Or. brds (spine discold) in VG dj. 1st UK edition. €22,00

1280. NOLAN, Cynthia: Outback

Ldn., Methuen, 1962. 1962. 223(1)pp. w.num.ills on plts, map & (endpp.)sketches by S. Nolan. Orcloth in dj. 1st edition. €18,00

6411. NORDHOFF, Charles & HALL, James, Norman: Men without country. Photoplay title: Passage to Marseilles

N. Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1942. n. d. (1942) 122 pp. Or. brds in original ill. dustjacket. Dj's spine a bit worn, discoloured and with an approximately 2 cm chip at its backside. Its frontside depicting Humphrey BOGART. Paper a bit browned. Name in ink on title. €28,00

6450. O' BRIEN, Edna: Johnny I hardly knew you

Ldn., Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1977. [1977] 143 (1) pp. Orcloth fine in unclipped, NF dj. Jacket: Behram KAPADIA. €15,00

4909. O' BRIEN, Edna: Night

Ldn., Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1972. [1972] 151 (1) pp. Orcloth, fine in NF dj. First edition. Ά Jacket design: Richard HOLLIS. Reflections on photograph. Another copy, trifle less at 18.- Also 1st. edition with dj. w. small tear. €25,00

16742. O' FAOLAIN, Sean: The Irish

Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1980. 1980. 174(2) pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Reprint with revised index. €12,00

11643. O' HARA, John: Here's O' Hara [Three Novels and Twenty ...]

Cleveland and New York, The World Publishing Company, 1946. 1946. 440 pp. Brown original buckram, spine gilt. Jacket frayed and with a discoloured spine. Signature in ink on title. €12,00

6483. O' HARA, John: The Lockwood Concern

N.Y., Random House, 1965. 1965. 1 blank, 3 unn. lvs., 407(1) pp. Orcloth good in worn/chipped dustjeacket. Jacket: Muriel NASSER. First Printing. On the jacket's turn-in: ""11/65"" €22,00

6486. OΛ, Kenzaburo: A personal matter by-. Translated from the Japanese by John Nathan

N. Y., Grove Press, 1968. [1968] IX (I), 214 pp. Orcloth w. gilt-lettered spine, NF in VG dj. First Edition. FIRST PRINTING. €25,00

5393. OLSON, Sigurd: The Lonely Land

McClelland & Stewart, 1961. 1961. X, recte XII, 272(4) pp. w. double-page map (by PALACIOS) and text-ills by Francis Lee JAQUES. Orcloth, except for a sm. stain on lower edge fine in VG d/w. Spine a bit sun-tanned. ExL. of J.T.K. POLL on paste-down & with a dedication to Mr Poll on front free endp. by the Dutch Ambassador at the time. €22,00

12941. OMAR KHAYYAM- FITZGERALD, Edward: Translated into English verse by-: Rubαiyαt of Omar Khayyαm. The astronomer Poet of Persia

London, Arthur C. Fifield. The Simple Life Press, 1900. n. d. [around 1900] 39 (1) pp. Orcloth. * A complete reprint of the first (1859) edition with Fitzgerald's Preface and Life of Omar and full notes. Small-8°. A few inobtrusive marginal notes in pencil & incidentally slightly foxed. GOOD COPY. €25,00

12089. OMNIBOOK-: Odd number, March

N. Y., Omnibook Inc., 1946. 1946. 160 pp. w. Or. coloured wrappers. Staples a bit rusty, else well-preserved. Authors, a. o.: Ann Petry, Count G. Ciano, Jessamyn West & Max Shulman. €12,00

6412. ORGA, Magarete D'ARCY, editor: The House on the Fontanka [Modern Soviet Short Stories]

Ldn., Kimber, 1970. 1970. 216 pp. Or. brds in NF. dustjacket. (min. wear). 1st edition. €18,00

13578. OSTENSO, Martha: Prologue to love

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1934. 1934. 282(2) pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 5155. €22,00

16783. OWEN, John, D. D.: The grace and duty of being spiritually minded, declared, and practically improved. By-; With an introduction by Thomas Chalmers D. D... Second edition

Glasgow, Collins, 1826. 1826. Engraved frontispice, XXVII(II) and pp. 30-351(1), 1 blank. Original hfcf., spine gilt over identically mrbld. boards, endpapers & edges. 12°. Unfortunately leather at the top of the spine loosened and pasted on spine again, else a good, clean copy still. €90,00

18754. OZ, Amoz: The Slopes of Lebanon. Translation: Maurie Goldberg-Battura

N. Y., Helen and Kurt Wolff Book, 1989. 1989. 240 pp., 2 lvs. Original halfcloth in ill. dj. 1st American edition. Small undisturbing mark on lower edge, else unused fine/fine copy. €12,00

6363. PACKER, Joy: Leopard in the fold

Ldn., Eyre & Spottiswood, 1969. 1969. 231(1) pp. Or. brds in d/w. Jacket by Jillian WILLETT. Small stain on endpaper & turn-in of dustjacket., else fine. €18,00

4105. PALMER, Leonard R.: Descriptive and Comparative Linguistics [ A critical introduction]

Ldn., Faber & Faber, 1972. 1972. Front., 430 (2) pp. Orcloth NF in VG d/w. Num. figs & maps in the text. €25,00

3491. PATON, A.: Ah, but your land is beautiful

Ldn., Cape, 1981. [1981] 7 lvs, 271(3) pp. Orcloth in near fine dj. FIRST EDITION. Ά Shades on dj ion the picture is reflexion. €18,00

12548. PETRONIUS, Gaius; Translation: LINDSAY, Jack; ill.: LINDSAY, Norman: The Complete Works of Gaius Petronius done into English by Jack Lindsay with one hundred illustrations by Norman Lindsay. Comprising the Satyricon and Poems

New York, Privately printed for Rarity Press, 1932. 1932. 151(1) pp. & 3 white lvs. Original ill. orcloth. Binding severely worn, front inner hinge cracked. Reading copy only. €13,00

16622. PEVSNER, Nikolaus: An Outline of European Architecture

Harmondsworth, Penguin Books, 1954. 1954. 317(1) pp. With num. illustrations on 64 plates. pbk. Few traces of use. €15,00

13552. PHILLPOTTS, Eden: The jury,

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1927. 1927. 271(1) pp. & 31(1) pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Tauchnitz catalogue a bit browned. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4789. €22,00

6429. PLIMPTON, George and HEMPHILL, Christopher, Editors: D. V. by Diana Vreeland

N. Y., Knopf, 1984. 1984. 1 blank, 2 unn. lvs., 195(5) pp. Orcloth fine in NF ill. dj. Illustrated endpapers. Typeface: Rudolph RUZICKA. Bookdesign: Iris WEINSTEIN. Jacket: Gun LARSON. Ά FIRST EDITION. Excellent copy of a fine book-production. FINE/FINE. €35,00

6351. POLNAY, Peter de: A pin's fee

Ldn., a.o.p., Hutchinson, 1945. n.d., ca 1945. 208 pp. Or. blue cloth. €10,00

10191. POST, Laurens van der: Venture to the interior By-

London, Hogarth Press, 1952. April 1952. Frontispice (portrait), 240(2) pp. Blue orcloth in pictorial dj. A bit of shelfwear and some foxing (edges). €18,00

6996. POTTLE, Frederick A. [ed.]: Boswell's London journal 1762-1763 [Now first published from the original manuscript...]

Melbourne, a.o.p., Heinemann, 1951. [1951] Front., xiii(i), 370 pp., endpp.-maps of London. Orcloth gt. Some traces of use. Reprint. €22,00

6538. PRATT, Theodore: The Barefoot Mailman

N.Y., Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1970. n.d., VI, 215(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth w. silver-lettered spine. Bdg very good, spine-ends slightly dull. 9th printing. Author's signature on fly-lf. €25,00

7054. PRICE, Sir Uvedale: Sir Uvedale Price on the Picturesque: with an essay on the origin of taste, and much original matter, By Sir Thomas Dick Lauder, Bart. and sixty illustrations, designed and drawn on the wood, by Montagu Stanley, R.S.A.

Edinburgh & London, Caldwell, Lloyd, and Co./Wm. S. Orr and Co., 1842. 1842. Frontispice, engrd by E. EVANS, title w. engrd title-vignette, XXVI, 586 pp., w. 60 wdct ills in the text. Green orcloth w. richly gt-decorated frontside & spine. Edges uncut. 1st illustrated edition. London bookseller Sotheran's conemporary engrd. ticket on pastedown. Frontispice (mainly on r°), title and next lf foxed, spine-ends slightly dull, else still a remarkably well-preserved copy in its original bdg. * LOWNDES VII, 1962. €350,00

10837. PRIESTLEY, J. B.: Out of the People

New York and London, Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1941. 1941. XII(II), 160 pp., 1 white leaf. Black orcloth, spine gilt. Fore-edge uncut. Name erased with ink r° fly-leaf. Cloth a bit soiled/rbbd. V° title: ""9-1 First Edition H-Q"". €14,00

4907. PRIESTLEY, J. B.: Outcries and Asides

Ldn., Heinemann, 1974. 1974. (2)XI(1)196(6) pp. Orcloth fine in d/w., sl. rbbd & with a sm. rep. tear. Design: Jonathan SEDDON-HARVEY. 1st ed. €28,00

6345. PRIESTLEY, J. B.: The moment and other pieces

Ldn., Heinemann, 1966. 1966. 1 blank, VII(I), 321(1) pp. Or. brds in d/w. D/w. slight wear. 1st ed. €23,00

3160. PYLE, E.: Last Chapter

N.Y., Holt, 1946. [1946] 4 lvs, 150 pp. (1 lf) 16 ills on 8 plts. Ill. orcloth. FIRST PRINTING. Spine faded. €14,00

6455. RACKHAM, Arthur [Illustrator] ROSSETTI, Christina: Goblin Market

Ldn., Harrap, 1939. 1939. Coloured frontispice, 36 (2) pp., 1 blank. Num. b/w ills in the text by Arthur RACKHAM. 4 lvs w. gold-cold double-page endpp., or. ill. wrappers. Frontside a bit worn (see picture), spine bit darkened; else, especially internally a nice copy still. €22,00

6485. RADDALL, Thomas: The Wings of Night

N.Y., Doubleday, 1956. ca 1956. 319(1) pp. Or. brds. €11,00

5018. RAY, Michθle: The two shores of hell [The astonishing Vietnam]

Ldn., Murray, 1968. [1968] X,181(1) pp. w. ills in text & on plts. Orcloth in d/w. (back torn/chipped, top-edge bit foxed). 1st ed. €15,00

6308. RENAULT, Mary: The Mask of Apollo

Ldn., Longmans, 1966. 1966. 376 pp. Hardcover. Fine in VG d/w. Jacket by A. E. BARBOSA. 1st ed. €30,00

13537. RIDER HAGGARD, H.: Allan and the ice-gods by-

Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1927. 1927. 303(1) pp. & 31(1) pp. complete Tauchnitz list. Original prtd. wrappers. Slight traces of use; list a trifle browned. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4792. €60,00

19789. RIEWALD, Dr. J. G.: Autogene symbolen in de poλzie van Robert Lowell

Groningen, Wolters, 1967. 1967. 23 (1) pp. Gebrocheerd * Openbare les gegeven bij de aanvaarding van het ambt van lector aan de Rijksuniversiteit te Groningen. €8,00

6540. ROBBINS, Harold: Goodbye Janette

N.Y., Simon and Schuster, 1981. [1981] 382 pp., 1 blank. Or. hfcloth. NF in NF d/w. Jacket: Tony MANDARINO. €11,00

13753. ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS, T. H. & Drawings by PETTY, Mary: Homes of the Brave

N. Y., Knopf, 1954. 1954. 113(7) pp. Num., ptly full-page, text-illustrations. Or. ill. hfcloth. First edition stated. Few light traces of use, else very good, clean copy. No dj. €18,00

6401. ROGET, Peter Mark: Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases [Classified and arranged so as to facilitate the expression of ideas and to assist in literary composition]

Cleveland/N.Y., The World Publishing Cy., 1944. 1944. XXXIX(I), 705(1) pp. Orcloth in sl. frayed d/w. Endpapers foxed, paper sl. browned. * Extensive index. €12,00

6366. ROTH, Philip: The Great American Novel

N.Y., Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1973. 1973. 8 unnumbered lvs., 382 pp., 1 balnk. Orcloth gt. 1st ed. Bdg trifle duststained. €11,00

12326. ROURKE, Constance: The Roots of American Culture and Other Essays. Edited & preface by Van Wyck Brooks

New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1942. 1942.XII, 305(1) pp. Navy orcloth, spine white-lettered. Several USIS-Library stamps & ink-shelfnumbering on spine. 1st Edition. Bdg a bit worn along extremities. €19,00

6452. RUSHDIE, Salman: The Satanic Verses

London, Viking, 1988. 1988. 5 unnumbered lvs., 546 (4) pp. Original blue boards in pictorial dustjacket. F/NF. First edition. ISBN 0-670-81757-0. €48,00

1020. RUSKIN, John: Economy

Ldn., George Allen, 1906. 1906. Title in red & black, 56 pp. & 8 pp. Ruskin works catalogue. Original blue cloth, gilt-lettered & w. gilt emblem on frontside. 32°. Bdg. a bit soiled. In all acceptable copy. Ά = Ruskin Treasures series. €15,00

20198. RUSKIN, John: Unto this last

Ldn. & Glasgow, Collins' Clear-Type Press, 1910. n. d., around 1910. Half-title, phototype portrait as frontispice, title illustration in colour, 220 pp. Original navy-coloured full leather binding w. gilt-decorated spine and gilt-lettered frontside w. gilt portrait. A.e.g. 16°. Bdg a bit rubbed. €22,00

20197. RUSKIN, John: Wealth

Ldn., George Allen, 1906. 1906. 50 pp. & 6 pp. of Ruskin-works catalogued. Original blue cloth, gilt-lettered & w. gilt emblem on frontside. 32°. Bdg. only slightly rubbed; signature inobtrusively in ink on fly-leaf. In all a good copy. = Ruskin Treasures series. €15,00

3343. RYBAKOV, A. [Transl.: H. SHUKMAN]: Children of the Arbat

Ldn., a.o.p., Hutchinson, 1988. 1988. 3 parts in 1 vol., 385, recte 387(1) pp. Orcloth in ill. dj., 1st edition. Author photograph by Jerry Bauer. Good copy. €28,00

4246. SADE, MARQUIS de [Transl.: WALTON, Alan Hull]: Justine or the Misfortunes of Virtue [A faithful and unexpurgated translation from the original mauscript of 1787, Alan Hull Walton]

Ldn., The Holland Press Limited, 1964. 1964. Frontispice, 280 pp. Orcloth very good in a bit rbbd & frayed d/j. (by Lili Munk) Contains a small bibliography. Review copy for ""prins & prins Literary Agents"" w. their stamp r° fly-lf. €28,00

6571. SADLEIR, Michael: Forlorn sunset

Ldn., Constable, 1947. 1947. Frontispice, XI(I), 501(1) pp., 1 blank. With 2 maps, several b/w ills on plts as well as in the text. Orcloth NF in good d/w. (just a bit of edge- wear) 1st ed. Front. & jacket by John PIPER. Name on fly-lf. €22,00

17300. SAGAN, Francoise: Bonjour Tristesse and A Certain Smile

London, The Reprint Society, 1958. 1958. Orcloth with sl. frayed dj. Translated by Irene Ash. €10,00

6551. SAPPER: The finger of fate [Stories by-]

Ldn., Hodder & Stoughton, 1920. n.d., ca 1925. 320 pp. Orcloth. Edges, first & last lvs foxed. €13,00

6565. SAROYAN, William: Dear baby

Ldn., Faber and Faber, 1945. 1945. 108 pp. Orcloth, spine gt. Cloth ptly discold/soiled, endpapers & last lvs bit foxed. 1st ed. €17,00

6323. SAROYAN, William: The adventurers of Wesley Jackson

Ldn., Faber and Faber, 1947. 1947. 336 pp. Orcloth in very slightly frayed d/w. Good copy in 1st ed. €30,00

1409. SCHREINER, Olive [Preface by R. IRON]: The story of an -African Farm- [A Novel]

Ldn., Hutchinson, 1900. n.d. [1914] VIII and pp. 9-346 pp., 3 lvs. w. publisher's adverts. Red orcloth. Blindstamped ill. & gt.-lettered spine, nearly completely faded. Part of the front-wrapper(?) ill. in colours by Conrad H. LEIGH depicting boers on their ""trek"" loosely inserted. Containing a 1 page glossary of African-Boer terms. €28,00

16768. SCHULZ, Charles M.: You 've had it, Charlie Brown

N.Y., a.o.p., Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968. [1969] Not paginated. Ill. wrappers. First edition (stated). Spine a bit rbbd., sides still near fine. €25,00

14605. SCHUMANN, Dr. Kurt: Earl of Chesterfield. Letters to his son. Selected and edited by-; with an appendix containing...chronological table

Leipsic, Tauchnitz, 1918. 1918. 255(1) pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Edges uncut. Few traces of use. €24,00

6421. SCHWARTZ, John B.: Bicycle days

Ldn., Heinemann, 1989. 1989. 253(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds fine in fine d/w. Jacket: Claudia ZEFF. 1st UK EDITION. €12,00

18698. SCOTT, Sir Walter: Tales of a Grandfather; Being Stories taken from Scottish History. Humbly inscribed to Hugh Littlejohn, Esq. Third Series

Edinburgh, a.o.p., Printed for Cadell and Co., 1830. 1830. 3 volumes. publishers lf., engr. frontispice, engrd. title, vii(i), 316 / publishers lf., engr. frontispice, engrd. title, vi, 331 (i) / engrd. frontispice, engrd. title, v(i), 382 pp. & 6 publishers pp. Contemporary hfcf., spine gilt. Bdgs a bit rbbd. 6 soiled, vol. 2 frontispice waterstained and some damp-damage to first 3 lvs. 12°. €45,00

10202. SCOTT, Sir Walter, Bart.: Rob Roy, etc.

London, Black, 1891. 1891/1892. Title w. engrd vignet, pp. 527-701(1), bnd w.: The heart of Mid-Lothian, ib., idem, 1891. Title w. engrd vignet, pp.147-364; bnd w.: Quentin Durward, ibidem, idem, 1892. Title w. engrd vignet, pp. 1-186. W. Contemporary hfcloth over mrbld brds w. cont. handwritten title-ticket on spine. Bdg worn, front inner hinge weak. €38,00

15845. SCREECH, M. A.: The Rabelaisian Marriage: Aspects of Rabelais' religion, ethics and comic philosophy

London, Edward Arnold, 1958. 1958. VIII, 144 pp. Ocloth in dj. w. protective transparant plastic jacket. FIRST EDITION. Underlinings in pencil. €12,00

17299. SEINFELD, Jerry: Sein Language

New York, a. o. p., Bantam Books, 1993. 1993. 180 pp., 1 lf. Or. hfcloth in pictorial dj. FIRST EDITION, F/NF. €12,00

11718. SHAKESPEARE, William: The Dramatic Works of - -. With copious glossarial notes and a biographical notice by Robert Inglis

Edinburgh/London, Gall & Inglis, 1871. [1871] VIII, 944 pp. With 4 steel-engraved illustrations on plates. Elaborately blind- & gilt-stamped orcloth; front-side with an encrusted illustration in black and gilt; a. e. g. Bdg. a bit rbbd., spine-ends a bit frayed, worn & dull. On India paper. €35,00

10144. SHAKESPEARE- [LAMB, Charles & Mary; introduction: STRANG, Herbert]: Tales from Shakespeare by-

London, Henry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, 1906. n. d. [1906] Coloured frontispice, 263 (1) pp., 16 pp. publisher's catalogue and 1 more coloured plate. Ill. endpp. Cold ill. orcloth, spine gilt. Bdg rbbd, crnrs & top spine a bit worn. €15,00

10190. SHAKSPEARE, William: The works of-

London/N. Y., Warne, 1892. 1892. Tipped-in photograph of the author's painted protrait as frontispice, XVI, 1136 pp. and 5 other tipped-in original photographs. Red orcloth gilt. A.e.g. Incidentally a bit foxed, spine-ends slightly dull, spine a bit discoloured. €22,00

11518. SHARP, Margery: Lise Lillywhite

London, Collins, 1951. 1951. 256 pp., orcloth in repaired but torn dj. Edges minimally foxed. €14,00

6468. SHAW, Bernard: Everybody's political what's what?

Ldn., Constable, 1945. 1945. Portrait of the author as frontispice, VIII, 380 pp. Orcloth in ill. dj. by Theodora WINSTER. Second edition. Dustjacket's front chipped. €15,00

18288. SHAW, Bernard: Plays pleasant. Armsand The Man; Candida; The Man of Destiny and You Never Can Tell

Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1961. 1961. 315(5) pp. Original wrappers. Pbk. €10,00

6356. SHAW, Bernard: Too true to be good, village wooing & on the rocks. Three plays

Ldn., Constable and Cy., 1934. 1934. VI, 273(1) pp. w. musical scores in the text. Orcloth gt., t.e.g. 1st ed. Bdg just a bit soiled, except for the endpapers which are a bit foxed, good copy and paper of a good quality. €33,00

5400. SHAW, Irwin: The Top of the Hill

N.Y., Delacorte Press, 1979. (1979) (6)346 pp. Fine in or. hfcloth, near fine d/w (1 small tear). 1st printing. Jacket: Paul BACON. €20,00

6498. SHUTE, Nevil: On the beach

Ldn., Heinemann, 1957. 1957. 312 pp. Or. red cloth NF in VG d/w. w. trifle wear at extremities and its back insignificantly foxed/soiled, top-edge bit dust-stained. Jacket: John ROWLAND. 1st ed. In all well-preserved. €60,00

20457. SHUTE, Nevil: The far country

Ldn., William Heinemann, 1952. 1952. [VI], 333 (1) pp. Red orcloth gilt. First Edition No Jacket €12,00

6531. SHUTE, Nevil: The Rainbow and the Rose

Ldn., a.o.p., Heinemann, 1958. 1958. 306 pp. Or. brds NF in VG price-clipped d/w. (At extremities sl. rbbd and its spine sl. discold/stained. 1st ed. Jacket by STEIN. €35,00

6472. SIMENON, Georges: Monsieur Monde vanishes

Ldn., Hamish Hamlton, 1967. 1967. 3 unn. lvs., 137(1) pp. Or. brds in d/w. (small ca 1/2 cm. piece chipped & few other small impff.) First edition. Translated by Jean Stewart. Jacket: Norma CROCKFORD. €30,00

5392. SIMENON, Georges: The Little Doctor

N. Y./Ldn., Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1981. 1981. (8) 328 pp. Orcloth near fine in good dj. 1st American edition. €18,00

13562. SINCLAIR, May: Far end

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1926. 1926. 253(3) pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4751. €22,00

4895. SINCLAIR, Upton: Mammonart. An Essay in Economic Interpretation

Pasadena, [Published by the author], 1925. 1925. VI, 390(2) pp. Orcloth. Good copy in first edition. One of 4.000 clothbound copies prtd. €38,00

5004. SINCLAIR, Upton: The Jungle

Norwalk, CT., Heritage Press, 1965. [1965] 2 white lvs, XI(I), 334 pp., 2 white lvs w. num. (ptly cold) ills on plts & in the text by Fletcher MARTIN. Orcloth fine in fine slip-case. 4°. Relevant Sandglass-issue loosely inserted. €25,00

9545. SINGER, Isaac Bashevis: The king of the fields

N. Y., Farrar Straus Giroux, 1988. 1988. 5 unnumbered leaves, 244 pp., 1 white leaf. Or. hfcloth in ill. d/w. Near mint copy of the First edition., 1st printing (stated). €15,00

6505. SINYAVSKY, Andrei: For Freedom of Imagination

Holt, Rinehart and Winston, N.Y., a.o.p., 1971. 1971. XXIII(III), 212 pp., 1 blank. Original 2-coloured full cloth Near fine copy in dj. First edition. €15,00

18255. SITWELL, Sachaverell: The Homing of the Winds and Other Passages in Prose

London, Faber & Faber, 1942. 1942 158 pp., 1 blank. Yellow orcloth w. green spine-lettering. Dust-jacket w. a bit faded, rbbd. & discoloured spine.1st UK edition. €18,00

12939. SMEDLEY, Frank E.: Frank Fairlegh. Or Scenes From the Life of a Private Pupil

London & Glasgow, Collins, 1900. n. d. [around 1900] 503 (1) pp. Illustrations (7 full page & one illustration on the title-page) in colour by George Soper out of the text. Richly (gilt)-decorated orcloth, endpapers profusely illustrated in colour. * ExLibris van het Vossius Gymnasium te Amsterdam op titelpagina. €15,00

10184. SMITH, Thorne: The stray lamb

Ldn., Methuen, 1950. 1950. 280 pp. Yellow orcloth. €12,00

4911. SMITH, Thorne: Topper takes a trip

Garden City, N.Y., The Sun Dial Press, 1932. [1932] VIII (II)325(1) pp. w. ills by ROESE. Ill. green orcloth. Fore-edge uncut. V° title-page: ""Copyright, 1932 by Thorne Smith All Rights Reserved CL"". * Except from very minor defects, a sound & clean copy. €30,00

6515. SNOW, C. P.: A coat of varnish

Ldn., Macmillan, 1979. 1979. 349 (1) pp., 1 blank. Original green, gilt-lettered boards in ill. near fine jacket by David EASTBURY. First edition. €18,00

12880. SOMMER, Scott: Lifetime

New York, Random House, 1981. [1981] 208(4) pp. Original silver-lettered/-ruled black hfcloth pictorial dj. First edition stated verso title. Jacket: Art RIBIK. Ά Near pristine. €20,00

13579. SPENCER, R. E.: The incompetents by-

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1934. 1934. 280 pp. & 31(1) pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Tauchnitz catalogue a bit browned. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 5139. 2 lvs. dog-eared and 1 lf. w. scribblings in pencil. €22,00

6418. SQUIRE, J. C., Editor: THE MERCURY BOOK. Being selections from Volumes I & II of the London Mercury, made by H. C. M.

Ldn., Williams & Norgate Ltd., 1926. 1926. Frontispice (the editor). 5 unn. lvs., 309(1) pp. with 8 ills in the text (1 full-page wdct). Edges uncut. First & last few leaves a bit foxed. Ά A.o.p. contributing: BEERBOHM, BLUNDEN, CHESTERTON, K. MANSFIELD, V. WOOLF & YEATS. Subscription form loosely inserted. GOOD COPY. €25,00

5009. STACEY, Susannah: Body of opinion

N.Y., a.o.p., Summit Books, 1990. [1990] 157(1) pp. Or. hfcl. w. dj. (design by Mark FISHER). Lower edge minimally spotted. First american edition? €15,00

5399. STACEY, Susannah [Pseud.: STAYNES, J. & STOREY, M.]: Body of opinion

N.Y., a.o.p., Summit, 1990. [1990] Or. hfcloth fine in near fine d/w. Jacket/design: Mark FISHER. €18,00

6471. STANDER, Siegfried: Leopard in the sun

Ldn., Gollancz, 1973. 1973. 207(1) pp. Or. brds VG in NF dustjacket. First edition. €25,00

4899. STEEN, M.: The unquiet spirit [A Tale]

Ldn., Collins, 1955. 1955. 253(3) pp. Orcloth in sl. chipped/stained d/w. €17,00

6488. STEEN, Marguerite: The Unquiet Spirit [ATale]

Ldn., Collins, 1955. 1955. 253(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds in dj. (Edgewear w. top spine reinforced w. tape) Jacket: FARNHILL. On paste-down signature in ink. First edition. €25,00

6561. STEGNER, Wallace: All the Little Live Things

Ldn., Heinemann, 1968. 1968. 2 unnumbered lvs., 348 pp. Or. brds NF in sl. (finger)soiled d/w (back with 1 stain). 1st ed. Jacket: Bruce MACDONALD. €35,00

5005. STEINBECK, J. [Introduction: John WINTERICH]: Of mice and men

N.Y., Heritage Press, 1970. [1970] 164(4) pp. w. num. coloured ills by Fletcher MARTIN in the text. Or. imitation-hfcf in slip-case. Fine/Fine. 4°. Relevant Sandglass number loosely inserted. €35,00

10181. STEINBECK, John: The grapes of wrath

Garden City N. Y., The Sun Dial Press, 1941. 1941. Half-title (torn out?), title, 619(1) pp. Ill. brown orcloth. Verso title-page: CL. Minimal wear to spine-top. Edges uncut and trifle foxed. A second bit better copy for 40.- €25,00

10180. STEINBECK, John.: Tortilla flat

N. Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1935. [1935] VI(II) & pp. 9-316 (2) & 1 blank w. ptly full-page b/w ills by Ruth GANNET. Uncut. Orange orcloth w. a continuing black line on sides & spine. No dj. FIRST EDITION. GOOD COPY. €50,00

6527. STERNE, Richard L.: John Gielgud Directs Richard Burton in Hamlet [A Journal of Rehearsals]

Ldn., Heineman, 1968. 1968. 4 unnumbered lvs. 148(2) pp., 1 blank w. ills on plts and endpaper- groundplans. Orcloth neat fine. 1st UK ed. €18,00

6362. STEVENSON, William: Intrepid's last case

N.Y., Villard Books, 1983. 1983. XXVII(I), 321(3) pp. Or. hfcloth w. d/w. Book design: Susan MITCHELL. €17,00

11581. STONE, Irving: Immortal wife [The biographical novel of Jessie Benton Fremont]

Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran & Cy., 1945. 1945. 456 pp., 1 blank. Red orlcoth w. blindstamped portrait on front-side, spine gilt faded. Name on fly-lf and pasted in portraits of author and a lady. 1st edition. €10,00

4279. STOWE, H., Beecher: Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life among the Lowly

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1852. 1852. VI, wdct. frontispice, 317(1) pp. 19th c. hfcloth over mrbld. brds. Bdg. a bit rbbd, last 10 lvs. w. marginal waterstaining; moderately foxed throughout, in places heavier. In general still acceptabe. * 2nd volume only. €35,00

6500. STRONG, L. A. C.: Sea wall

Ldn., Gollancz, 1933. 1933. 360 pp. Orcloth VG in d/w. 1st ed. Spine d/w, edges and endpapers a bit foxed. Name on paste-down in ink: ""Ar(m?)a B. SINGER Laren (NH) 1934. (Founder of the Singer Museum at Laren?) €55,00

6361. SUGIMOTO, Etsu Inagaki: A daughter of the samurai [How a daughter of feudal Japan, living hundreds of tears in one generation, became a modern American]

Rutland, Vt./Tokyo, Tuttle, 1968. 1968. XIX(I) pp., 1 blank, 314 pp., 1 blank. Or. silk bdg gt. w. d/w. Second printing. On front free endpp. signature of the Dutch ambassador' s wife to Japan at the time. D/w. sl. soiled and w. a few tears. €17,00

15158. SάSKIND, Patrick: The Pigeon

New York, Knopf, 1988. 1988. 4 unnumbered lvs., 115(3) pp., 1 blank. Original blue hfcloth w. pigeon-vignette on frontside in cold. pictorial dw. Spine gilt-lettered. Unread copy: pristine. First American edition. * Typography and binding by Marysarah Quinn. ** Deutscher Titel: Die Taube. Einwandfreies Exemplar. €12,00

6958. SUTHERLAND, Halliday: Southward Journey

Ldn./Melbourne, Bles/Jaboor, 1942. 1942. (8) 395 (1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth. Special australian edition (copyright edition). €14,00

4921. SVEVO- [FURBANK, P. N.]: Italo Svevo [The man and the writer]

Berkeley/Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1966. [1966] XI(3)232 pp., 1 blank, w. num. ills on plts. Orcloth, fine in only slightly stained/rbbd d/w. Jacket: Wilson BUCHANAN. €23,00

13572. SWINNERTON, Frank: Tokefield papers

Lpz., Tauchnitz , 1928. 1928. 263(1) pp. & 32 pp. catalogue. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. Tauchnitz catalogue -as always- a bit browned.* = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4822. Wrappers a bit worn. With an extra catalogue of 6 pp. (on yellowish paper) €24,00

6404. TADAMA, Mr. R. W.: Tijdrekenkundig register van alle oorkonden in het stedelijk archief. Eerste deel. oorkonden welke betrekking hebben...geschiedenis, Zutphen...te zijn

Zutphen, Thieme, 1854. 1854. 1 blad, IV, 120 pp. Oorspronkelijke gedrukte omslag. €25,00

6480. TAGORE, Rabindranath: The crescent moon

Ldn., Macmillan, 1917. 1917. Cold frontispice, XII, 82 pp. & 2 pp. w. announcements concerning Tagore. 7 more cold ills on plts. Orcloth richly gt.-decorated, monogrammed (TMS?). Spine faded, spine-ends slightly worn, few lvs sl. foxed. Name in ink on rest of a piece of paper mntd on fly-lf. Book decoration on front still fresh. €30,00

13559. TAGORE, Rabindranath: The home and the world

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1921. 1921. 294 pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4558. Bdg worn & staind. €14,00

5225. TAIBO, Paco Ignacio II: An easy thing

N.Y., Viking, 1990. [1990] 5 lvs., 230 pp. Or. hfclth, fine in fine d/w. 1st American ed. Translated from the Spanish by William I. NEUMAN. His first novel translated into English €15,00

6542. TANIZAKI, Junichiro: Some prefer nettles

N.Y., Knopf, 1955. 1955. 1 blank, XVII(I), 202(2) pp. Or. ill. brds NF in ill. NF d/w. 1st ed. €28,00

18384. TANIZAKI, Junichiro: The Secret History of the Lord of Musashi and Arrowroot

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1983. 1983. XI(I), 199 (5) pp. Original gilt-lettered black boards within a pictorial dustjacket ill. in colour. First UK. edition. Translator: Anthony H. Chambers. Jacket by Eric Rose. FINE, UNUSED COPY. €18,00

17691. TANNER, Tony: Conrad: Lord Jim

Ldn., Arnold, 1963. 1963. 62 pp. Original ill. wrappers. 1st. ed. €10,00

13538. TARKINGTON, Booth,: Claire Ambler by

Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1927. 1928. 269(3) pp. & 31(1) pp. complete Tauchnitz list. Original prtd. wrappers. Unopened & uncut. Slight traces of use; list a trifle browned. Copyright edition. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 4815. €30,00

6586. THE BROKEN BUD: or, Reminiscences of a bereaved mother.

N. Y., Robert Carter & Brothers, 1852. 1852. 1 blank, frontispice, engrd by A H. Ritchie, I-XII, 13-325(1) pp., 2 blanks. Or. blindstamped, elaborately gt-decorated cloth. A.e.g. Wdct of a gravestone in the text. Dedication on fly-lf. Bdg a bit rbbd & soiled, spine-ends & crnrs dull and a bit worn, 1 lf loosening. A bit foxed throughout, heavier in a few places. €35,00

15518. THOMAS, Dylan [Translation: Henk TIKKEMEIJER]: Gedichten

Amsterdam, De Beuk, 1960. n. d., around 1960. 31(1) pp. Illustrated (stiff) wrappers. VG copy. One of 150 copies printed. * Nicely engrd. ExL. v° frontside. €60,00

11928. THURSTON, E. Temple: The garden of resurrection. Being the love story of an ugly man.

London, Chapman & Hall, 1911. 1911.307(1) pp. Green orcloth. A bit foxed in a few places, a few pencil marks, one page with a stain, name in ink on fly-lf. Ά FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. €18,00

16296. TOER, Pramoedya Ananta: Child of all nations

Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1982. [1982] VII(V), 285(1) pp. Original ill. wrappers. Translation Max LANE. Pbk. €12,00

6520. TOLKIEN, J. R. R.: The Silmarillion

Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1977. 1977. 365(1) pp. with 2 maps, one of which lge, fldg mounted at the end. Or ill. green cloth fine in NF d/w. Top-edge red. 1st american edition, 1st printing. On page 301 small misprint in margin. €23,00

6475. TREECE, Henry: Electra

Ldn., The Bodley Head, 1963. 1963. 280 pp. Or. brds fine in NF(discold. spine) dj. Jacket: Charles RAYMOND. First edition. €20,00

6382. TULLETT, Tom: Inside Dartmoor

Ldn., Muller, 1966. 1966. 207(1) pp. w. num. ills on plates. Or. brds. Fine in near fine dj. (1 small rep. tear). First edition. €20,00

6529. TURGENEV- [PRITCHETT, V. S.]: The gentle barbarians

N.Y., The Ecco Press, 1986. 1986. 1 blank, 5 unn. lvs., 243(3) pp., 3 blanks. Pbk. Fine. 1st ed. thus. €11,00

10625. TURPIN, Allan: Ladies. An episode of the revolution

London, Michael Joseph, 1966. [1966] 191(1) pp. Or. blue boards. Review copy. On front. fly-lf. stamped: Prins & Prince Literary agents. First edition. Rear fep indiscriminately torn, edges trifle foxed. €14,00

5020. TYNAN, Kenneth: Bull fever

N.Y., Harper & Brothers, 1955. [1955] Front., 221(3) pp. w. b/w. ills on plts (nice photographs by BUCKLEY, CARTIER-BRESSON, MARIN & VIDAL). Or. hfcloth in just a trifle frayed d/w. €25,00

3344. UPDIKE, John: Couples

Ldn., Deutsch, 1968. [1968] 458, recte 464 pp., orcloth in d/w. 1st edition. Dj. w. minimal wear, else hardly any trace of use. Jacket: Patricia DAVEY. €25,00

5082. UPDIKE, John: Rabbit is rich

[Ldn], Deutsch. [1982] (6)467(7) pp. Orcloth fine in NF d/w. (sun-tanned spine). 1st UK ed. €24,00

6319. URIS, Leon: Topaz

N.Y., a.o.p., McGraw-Hill, 1967. [1967] 341(1) pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in d/w. Jacket design: Leonard LEONE. 1st. ed. 66102. D/w. slight wear, name on fly-lf in ink. €23,00

12940. VAN DINE, S. S.: The Scarab Murder Case. A Philo Vance Story

Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930. 1930. XII(II), 328 pp. & 5 lvs w. verso other Philo Vance stories' announcements. Yellow-lettered black orcloth. 1st Edition. Previous owner's name on pastedown. Spine-lettering rbbd. €15,00

12950. VAN GULIK, Robert: The chinese maze murders

The Hague and Bandoeng, W. van Hoeve Ltd., 1956. 1956, XIII(I), 322 pp. Red-lettered orcloth. First edition (English issue). * With 19 illustrations and wrapper's design, all drawn by the author in Chinese style. Ground-plan on fep. Bdg NF.; top-edge with a couple of tiny spots, rear-endpaper with light ""offsetting"" of the d/w's turn-in. The d/w except for some very light soiling/tanning, mainly to the dw.'s spine, still VG to NF copy in NF to fine dw. €240,00

6454. VARGAS LLOSA, Mario: The Storyteller

N.Y., Farrar Straus Giroux, 1989. 1989. 4 unnumbered lvs., 245(3) pp. Or. hfcloth over illustrated boards VG in NF illustrated dustjacket by Cynthia KRUPAT. First edition. €25,00

3522. VELIKOVSKY, I.: Worlds in collision

Ldn., Gollancz, 1950. 1950. 384 pp. 1st edition. Stated copyright 1950 by I. V. v° title. Orcloth, bit spotted. €19,00

13524. VERHULST, Dr. K., KANARIEBOEKJE No. 146: Nancy's verdwijning [Engels conversatie-boekje uit de serie ""Snel Engels leren""]

Den Haag, Maandblad Succes, 1950. n. d., around 1950. 64 pp. Or. pictorial wrappers. Small-16°. Text in English with some translations prtd in Dutch underneath. €12,00

5014. VIDAL, Gore: Two sisters [A Memoir in the Form of a Novel]

Ldn., Heinemann, 1970. [1970] 173(1) pp. Or. brds. NF.1st ed. €13,00

11646. VILLON- LEWIS, D. B. Wyndham [Preface by: Hilaire BELLOC]: Franηois Villon [A documented survey by-]

New York, The Literary Guild of America, 1928. 1928. Frontispice, XIX(V), 407(1) pp. Blind-tooled burgundy orcloth, spine w. paper title-label. Spine a bit discold and rubbed, spine-ends a bit worn. €19,00

5001. Vocabulaire Technique De L' Editeur En Sept Langues. Franηais, Deutsch, English, Espanol, Hollandsch, Italiano, Magyar:

Berne, Congrθs Internationnal Des Ιditeurs., 1913. 1913. IX (I), 365 (3) pp. Halfcalf, spine gilt-lettered; top edge gilt. 4°. Binding a bit rubbed, still quite acceptabel copy with good holding. Useful tool for collation. €40,00

6552. WAGENKNECHT, Edward: Six Novels of the Supernatural

N. Y., The Viking Press, 1944. 1944. 5 unnumbered lvs., 883 (5) pp. Or. illustrated cloth. FIRST EDITION. Stamped: Canadian Auxiliary Services. India paper copy. €18,00

5389. WALL STREET- JENSEN, Michael C.: The financiers [The World of the Great Wall Street Investment Banking Houses]

N. Y., Weybright and Talley, 1976. [1976] (10) 340 pp. Orcloth fine in good d/w. (by Paul BACON) 1st edition. €22,00

5013. WALLACE, Edgar: Bosambo of the river

N. Y., Ward, Locke n. d., 253, recte 255(1) pp. Orcloth, spine sl. faded., edges (top-edge a bit more) and a few lvs just a bit foxed. Name on fly-lf in pencil. €13,00

6554. WALLACE, Edgar: The keepers of the king's peace

Ldn., a.o.p., Ward, Lock & Co., 1930. n.d., around 1930. 191(1) pp. Orcloth in sl. (finger)soiled dj. w. 3 small tape-closed tears. Edges a trifle foxed. * Master Novelist Series. Ά Nice jacket ""colonial style"". Ask for a scan. €20,00

10468. WALLACE, Lew.: Ben-Hur; or, the days of the Messiah

London, Frederick Warne and Co., 1891. 1891. 458 pp. & 2 lvs list of books. Red illustrated orcloth. Bdg trifle worn or/and stained, spine-ends a bit dull, name (contemporary in ink) on upper r. crnr of the title-page. €15,00

4903. WALPOLE, Hugh: Hans Frost [A novel]

Ldn., Macmillan, 1929. 1929. 1 lf., X, 376(4) pp. Green orcloth gt. Bdg sl. spotted. COPYRIGHT EDITION. €10,00

20257. WALPOLE, Hugh: Harmer John. An unworldly story

Ldn., Macmillan, 1926. 1926. VIII, 485 (1) pp. Green orcloth gilt. Bdg very lightly rubbed. Ά COPYRIGHT EDITION. Previous owmers name Collot d' Escury stamped (twice) on fly-leaf. Good copy. €14,00

5384. WALPOLE, Hugh: The fortress

Ldn., Macmillan, 1932. 1932. 1 lf, X, 811(1) pp. w. fldg genealogy of the Herries family. Endpaper-maps. Green cloth, blind-stamped & gt. Spine-ends a trifle dull and stamped, fore-edge foxed. Dedication on 1st blank with a.o.t.: ""To remember the Canadian Invasion"". Copyright edition. €15,00

5387. WARHOL- COLACELLO, Bob: Holy terror [Andy Warhol Close Up]

(N.Y.), Harper Collins, 1990. [1990] XII, 514(2) pp. w. num. ills on plts. Hfcloth fine in fine d/w (bookdesign by C.L.DINGLER. D/w: BOLTON/LEIBOVITZ) Lge-8°. €18,00

6407. WARREN, Robert Penn: All the King's Men

N. Y., Harcourt, Brace & Cy., 1946. [1946] Verso titlepage: ""[e-8-46]"". 1 white lf., 3 unnumbered lvs., 464 pp., 4 white lvs. Orcloth. Bdg sl. rbbd. at extremities, spine discoloured, but lettering only a bit faded & sl. stained/spotted. Endpapers trifle foxed. First edition. €180,00

5015. WATERS, Frank: The man who killed the deer

Chicago, Swallow Press, 1970. [1970] (6)266 pp. * = SAGE Pbk. Ill. wrappers, a bit stained. Ά Half-title with a 2-lines dedication by the author with his signature in ink. €35,00

5011. WAUGH, Alec: Fuel for the Flame

Ldn., Cassell, 1960. [1960] 5 lvs, 486 pp. Orcloth in a bit chipped dj., fore-edge stained, top-edge duststained. FIRST EDITION. €12,00

17542. WAUGH, Evelyn: The Loved One. An anglo-amerian tragedy

Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1980. 1980. 126(2) pp. Or. ill. wrappers (part of a Magritte painting). PbBK. €11,00

6548. WAUGH, Evelyn: The ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold [A Conversation Piece]

Ldn., Chapman & Hall, 1957. 1957. VIII, 184 pp. Navy orcloth. Gilt-lettered spine ptly faded, bdg a bit stained. FIRST EDITION. €18,00

18285. WEBB, Mary: Precious bane (Sarn Edition)

Ldn., Cape, 1948. 1948. 288 pp. Introduction by Stanley Baldwin. Orcloth in frayed, illustrated dj. €10,00

6325. WEBSTER, Jean: Dear enemy

N.Y., Grossett & Dunlap, 1915. 1915. (2)350 pp. with author's illustrations in the text. Ill. green orcloth.1st ed. Bdg worn, rbbd & ptly discold., crnrs bit bumped. Minor foxing in a few places. €43,00

6530. WELDON, Fay: Leader of the Band

Ldn., a.o.p., Hodder & Stoughton, 1982. [1988] 4 unnumbered lvs. 196 pp., 2 blanks. Or. brds. fine in fine d/w. 1st ed. €18,00

5395. WELDON, Fay: The President's Child

Ldn., a.o.p., Hodder & Stoughton, 1982. [1982] 220(4) pp. Or. brds. VG in near fine d/w. Top edge trifle foxed. €17,00

5404. WELDON, Fay: The President's Child

Ldn., a.o.p., Hodder & Stoughton, 1982. [1982] 220(4) pp. Orcloth good in fine d/w. Top-edge slightly foxed. €18,00

6553. WELLS, H. G.: Marriage

Ldn., a.o.p., Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1920. n.d., VII(I), 430(2) pp., 4 lvs publisher's adverts. Or. olive-cold cloth. €18,00

6567. WELLS, H. G.: The autocracy of Mr. Parham [His remarkable adventures in this changing world]

Ldn., Heinemann, 1930. 1930. 6 unnumbered lvs., 370 pp., 1 blank w. 10 double-page cartoon-illustrated plts. Orcloth, spine gt. Spine just a bit discold & w. 1 small stain. Edges and in places foxed. 1st ed. €30,00

11638. WELLS, H. G.: The shape of things to come [The Ultimate Revolution]

London, Hutchinson, 1935. 1935. 333 (1) pp., 1 lf. Orcloth. 25th thousand. Bdg soiled, slightly foxed. €10,00

6524. WELLS, H. G.: The soul of a bishop [A Novel..the real Troubles of Life

Ldn., Cassell, 1917. 1917. 4 unnumbered lvs., 320 pp. Or. green, blindstamped clot, spine gt. 1st Impression September 1917. Edges , first and last leaves (a bit) foxed. €23,00

6479. WELLS, H. G.: The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman

Ldn., Macmillan and Co., 1914. 1914. 4 unnumbered lvs., 465(1) pp. & 2, 7(1) pp. with publisher's announcements on Wells -, respectively other fiction books. Or. blind-tooled green cloth gt. Copyright edition. On page 465 in lower margin prtd: ""H2"". Crnrs slightly rbbd., endpapers a bit soiled, spine-ends trifle worn, spine a bit stained an its gold a bit faded, front-cover gilt fresh. Previous owner's signature on fly-lf in ink. €40,00

6355. WELLS, H. G.: What is coming? A forecast of things after the war.

Ldn., Cassell and Cy., 1916. 1916. 4 unn. lvs., 295(1) pp. Green orcloth. 1st ed. Bdg sl. rbbd, crnrs bit bumped, spine-ends a bit dull, lower crnr frontside & endpp. w. just a tip of waterstaining. Paper sl. browned. €23,00

11582. WEST, Morris: Daughter of silence

Ldn., Heinemann, 1961. 1961. 6 unnumbered leaves, 274 pp., 1 blank. Orcloth in d/w w. (rep.) tear. Ά FIRST EDITION. Name in pencil on fly-lf. €20,00

6516. WEST, Morris: The Salamander

[Ldn., Heinemann], 1980. n.d., 2 blanks, 3 unnumbered lvs., 304 pp., 2 blanks. Orcloth NF in ill. NF d/w. No title-page, but no traces of removal either. €23,00

6963. WETERING, Jan Willem van de: The corpse on the dike

Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1976. 1976. 182 pp., 1 lf. Orcloth NF in G- dj. (small chip). €15,00

6535. WETERING, Jan Willem van de: The Japanese Corpse

Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1977. 1977. 4 unnumbered lvs., 2b0 pp. Or. ill. cloth. in VG d/w. Fore-edge stained. €19,00

555. WHARTON, Edith: Ethan Frome

Portland [Maine], Southworth-Anthoensen Press for the Limited Editions Club, 1939. 1939. 1 white lf., ix(i)145(3) pp. w. 10 textills in 2 colours after watercolour-drawings of H. VARNUM POOR. Introduction by Clifton FADIMAN. Ill. orcloth gilt NF in the original slip-case w. gilt-lettered spine (slipcase a bit worn at its extremities and its spine a bit faded). 4°. T.e.g., other edges uncut. Copy N°. 699/1500, signed by the artist in ink. A few pp. only lightly browned. In all a well-preserved copy. €65,00

13142. WHITE, Osmar. Illustrations by: Erica McGILCHRIST: Time now, time before

Londan; Melbourne, Heinemann, 1967. 1967. VII(III), 260 pp., 1 white lf. Original yellow boards in pictorial dj. Endpaper maps. NF/F. €28,00

6360. WHITE, Patrick: A Fringe of Leaves

Ldn., Cape, 1976. 1976. 405(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds w. d/w. (after a painting by Sidney NOLAN) First edition. Name on front free endpaper; a bit of wear to dj. (top spine), else very good copy. €25,00

3488. WHITE, T. H.: The elephant and the kangaroo

Ldn., Cape, 1948. 1948. 222 (2) pp. Few text-illustrations. Ill. orcloth. FIRST EDITION. Edges and few pp. foxed. Cloth sl. worn & discoloured. €12,00

12798. WHITEHEAD, John: Guardian of the Grail. A New Light on the Arthurian Legend

London, Jarrolds, 1959. 1959. Original boards in pictorial d/w (by Ronald WYMAN, w. one small -rep.- tear and back-side a bit soiled). Numerous drawings & maps in the text. First edition. €25,00

6537. WHITNEY, Phyllis A.: Rainsong

Ldn., Heinemann, 1984. 1984. 3 unnumbered lvs., 306 pp., 4 blanks. Or. brds NF in fine d/w. 1st ed. €11,00

5391. WIESEL, Elie: A jew today

N.Y., Random, 1978. [1978] XII, 208(6) pp. Or. hfcloth near fine in fine d/w. Last white lf pasted on endpaper by binder. 1st american ed. €14,00

13152. WILCOX, Ella Wheeler: Maurine

London, Hill, 1910. n. d., around 1900. 111(1) pp. Original blindstamped & gilt-lttered full calf. Small-8°. Spine-ends a bit split, paper browned. * Nice ExL. on pastedown. €10,00

15453. WILDE, Oscar; vertaling: RAAF, Dr. K. H. de: Een florentijnsche tragedie

Rotterdam, Corn.s Immig, 1908. 1908. 32pp. on quality paper. Illustrated wrappers, Title & wrappers prtd. in red & black. Slight traces of use: spine rbbd., otherwise a good copy. €36,00

6583. WILDER, Thornton: The woman of Andros

Ldn., a.o.p., Longmans, Green & Co., 1930. 1930. 4 unnumbered lvs., 104 (2) pp., 1 blank. Blue, blindruled orcloth gilt. Title in grey-blue and black. FIRST EDITION. €15,00

19904. WILLIAMSON, C. N. & A. M.: Rosemary in Search of a Father

Zwolle, Tjeenk Willink, 1919. 1919. 87 (1) pp. W. explanatory marginal notes by C. Timmerman. Hfcloth over mrbld boards. Traces of use; few inkspots. €10,00

4894. WILLIAMSON, Tony: Counterstrike Entebbe

Ldn., Collins, 1976. 1976. (12)184 pp. Hardcover in ill. dj. [by D. PROUT] FIRST EDITION. FINE/FINE. €15,00

6575. WILSON, Angus: A bit off the map and other stories

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1957. 1957. 3 unnumbered lvs., 193(1) pp. Or. brds NF in good+ dj. (its crnrs & spine-ends bit worn) Dj. monogrammed: ""BGS"". €18,00

5394. WILSON, Angus: As if by magic

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1973. [1973] 415(1)pp. Orcloth fine in near fine d/w. Endpp. w. few small spots. 2 Dutch newspaper-articles on Wilson enclosed. €25,00

18381. WILSON, John Rowan: The Double Blind

Ldn., Collins, 1960. 1960. 256 pp. Original gilt-lettered boards in pictorial coloured dj. FIRST EDITION. NF/VG+. Jacket by R. A. GLENDENING. €12,00

6473. WILSON, Sloan: A summer place [A novel by-]

Ldn., Cassell, 1958. 1958. 4 unn. lvs., 369(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. brds in d/w w. transparant protective jacket w. tape-traces on fly-lvs., name in ink on hf-title. First edition. €18,00

10221. WODEHOUSE, P. G.: Right ho, Jeeves

London, Herbert Jenkins Limited, 1935. [around 1935] 312 & 8 pp. with advertisments. Orange orcloth. Few pp. slightly and edges foxed. Nice copy still. SECOND PRINTING €25,00

21015. WODEHOUSE, P. G.: Sam the Sudden.

Ldn., Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1933. 1933. 248 pp. Or. blu cloth. 13th Edition. €15,00

13568. WODEHOUSE, P. G.: Something fresh

Lpz., Tauchnitz , 1933. 1933. 271(1) pp. Original prtd. wrappers. Copyright edition. Bdg a bit worn. * = Coll. of British and American authors, Vol. 5115. €14,00

10199. WODEHOUSE, P. G.: Very good, Jeeves!

Ldn., Jenkins, 1939. n. d., around 1939. XI, 12-312 pp. & 4 lvs w. publisher's list of Wodehouse's books. Orange orcloth. Second printing, completing 40.000 copies. ExL. on pastedown. Apart from slight wear to spine-ends, a.nice, clean copy. €20,00

10495. WOLFE, Thomas: The hills beyond [Note by Edward C. ASWELL]

N. Y., The Sun Dial Press, 1943. 1943. VI, 386. Red boards. Spine stained, internally fresh: reading copy only. €10,00

11644. WOLFE, Tom: The Mid-Atlantic Man And Other New Breeds in England and America

London, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1969. 1969. 4 unnumbered lvs., 309(1) pp., 1 white lf. Illustrations in the text. Navy orcloth. First U.K. edition. Top edge red. €18,00

3990. WOOD, C. [Ed.]: The complete rhyming dictionary and poet's craft book

N.Y., Garden City, 1945. ca 1945. 607(1) pp. Orcloth in dj. (frayed & damaged; the frayed part visile on picture repaired now). €22,00

6550. WOOD, Mrs Henry: The shadow of Ashlydyat

Ldn., a.o.p., Ward, Lock & Co., 1910. ca 1910. Frontispice, 511(1) pp. Richly blindstamped, gold-decorated blue orcloth. Bdg only lightly rbbd., gilt still fresh. 2 lvs (pp. 119-122 inobtrusively) loose, ink dedication and previous owner's signature verso fly-leaf, respectively on half-title, else a well-preserved copy. €15,00

18460. WOOLF, Virginia: A Haunted House and Other Short Stories

N. Y. & Ldn., Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972. [1972] VI (II), 148 (2) pp. Original wrappers ill. in colour (Janet Halverson). Pbk. Near fine copy. €10,00

14284. WORDSWORTH, William; introduction & notes by: MARGOLIOUTH, H. N.: Selected poems

Ldn., Collins, 1973. 1973. 575(1) pp. Boards. Bdg a bit soiled. India paper. Some underlinings & a small stain on fore-edge, otherwise VG. €12,00

6532. WOUK, Herman: Marjorie Morningstar

N.Y., Doubleday, 1955. [1955] 4 unn. lvs., 472 pp. Orcloth NF w. spine-titling in white. €14,00

6465. WOUK, Herman: This is my God

Ldn., Cape, 1960. 1960. 356 pp., 2 blanks. Or. brds in unclipped, sl. frayed dj. Jacket: Robert GALSTER. Dedication in ink on fly-lf. 1st edition. €15,00

6555. WRIGHT, Richard: Native son

Stockholm, Jan Fφrlag, 1943. [1943] XI(I), 371(1) pp. Or. hfcloth. Front-cvr ptly discold (sun), fron inner hinge a bit weak. Introduction by Dorothy Canfield FISHER. This edition not be introduced in the U.S.A. neither in the British Empire. Pirate edition? €43,00

6495. WRIGHT, Richard: Native son

N.Y., Grosset & Dunlap, 1940. [1940] Introduction by Dorothy Canfield FISHER. [pp. I-XII]; pp. XII- LI(I) with Wright's article: How ""bigger"" was born. Here published for the first time. 359(1) pp., 1 blank. Or. red-lettered gryish full cloth. Spine a discold & a bit stained. €175,00

6573. WYLLIE, John: Riot [""...the lifting boat...""]

Ldn., Secker & Warburg, 1954. 1954. 256 pp. Or. brds in original dustjacket. (by John MINTON). A bit of shelf-wear. 3rd Impression. €12,00

12276. YEATS, W. B., a. m. o.,London: A book of modern verse

London, Chatto & Windus, 1939. 1939. 1 lf., 64 pp. Or. stiff ill. boards in identical d/w. Name on fly-lf., d/w a bit frayed & soiled. €18,00

10143. YEATS, William B. a. m. o. in: A modern book of verse

London, Chatto & Windus, 1939. 1939. 64 pp. Or. brds in ill. d/w. D/w a bit soiled/worn, name on fly-lf. €14,00

19202. ZIMMERMAN, J. G.: Solitude. Written originally by - To which are added, the life of the author; notes historical and explanatory; a copious index; and seven beautiful engravings by Ridley. Volume I only.

London, for Vernor and Hood...&...and J. Scatcherd, 1800. 1800. XLVIII, 310, (XX) pp. & publisher's booklist of 6 pages, 1 white leaf. Frontispice, engraved title w. historiated initials & title-vignette. 6 plates between the text and numerous woodcut tail-pieces. Original gilt decorated, blindstamped halfcalf -on 4 raised bands- over marbled boards; mrbld. endpapers and edges. About the first 30 leaves dog-eared. Spine cracked; corners worn, sides rubbed. Engravings by Ridley, mostly after Kirk. Among the plates: portrait of Zimmerman and a plate depicting Rousseau contemplating the wild alpine beauty of Switzerland €33,00