London, Macmillan, 1897.
Illustrated edition. 8vo. Original gilt decorative cloth.
An attractive illustrated edition of Austen's most underrated work, with an introduction by Austin Dobson.
London, Reprint Society, 1953.
First Illustrated Edition, 'Club Edition'. 8vo. Original blue cloth. Dust-jacket, priced 5/- for World Books Members only.
A really example of the first illustrated edition of this Hemingway classic.
Translated from the French by Herbert b. Grimsditch
London, The Studio, 1924.
First edition. Small 4to. Original blind-tooled cloth stamped in gilt. Dust-jacket.
The special 'Winter Number' of art periodical The Studio, uncommon in the original dust-jacket.
London, George G. Harrap, 1919.
First Clarke edition. 4to. Plates and illustrations. Original sage cloth, decorated in black.
Harry Clarke's superb black & white images provide the perfect counterpoint to Poe's dark tales. A decent copy, if anything enhanced by the Shrewsbury School's gilt coat-of-arms to upper cover.