London, Enitharmon Press, 1978. 1 of 30 copies signed by the author. 8vo. (22 x 14.5 cm), portrait frontispiece (signed and numbered) xiv + 185 pages. Generally a fine copy, but a small mark on the front endpaper and a faint stain in the margin of page vii. Original binding ( red leather spine and black paper-covered boards), slight marking from rubbing to the black part of the binding. Read more about Chiari, Joseph. Collected Poems
London, W.H. Heinemann, 1924. This edition limited to 350 copies, signed by Cunningham Graham. Writen in Spanish by Gustavo Barroso and translated, with a preface by R.B. Cunningham Graham. Small 8vo. (18x12cm), 40 pages. A very clean copy with the small bookplate of a previous owner inside the front cover. In the original binding, crème paper covered boards with a white spine, the title in gold on the front board and the spine; the binding somewhat finger-marked with three patches of light-brown discolouration on the back cover. Read more about R.B. Cunningham Graham – signed. Mapirunga.
Reading, The Golden Cockerel Press, 1930. Number 430 of a limited edition of 500 copies. Small 8vo. (18x11cm), (vi)+42+(iv) pages with three full page engravings by Hester Sainsbury. A very clean copy; the bottom edge untrimmed and slightly dusty. In the original binding (the boards covered in a patterned paper, with a white spine with the title in gilt) the spine somewhat discoloured with a few small marks. Inside the front cover the bookplate of the Golden Cockerel Press.Read more about Golden Cockerel Press. Lucina Sine Concubitu.
London, Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press, 1938
8vo. (18 x 12 cm), 312 pages and frontispiece. Endpapers lightly browned, a printed label and some pencilling inside the back cover, the edges of the pages slightly marked when the book is closed. In the original blue cloth binding, the title etc. in black on the spine. The cover a little rubbed and slightly darkened, and a few spots, probably from water drops, on the boards. Read more about Isherwood, Christopher Lions and Shadows
The English Review, Volume 59 Numbers 4 and 5, 1934
Unbound issues of this journal, in the original wrappers. 22x15cm, No4 with pages numbered 385 to 512 and No5 p40ages numbered 513 to 640. Wyndham Lewis’s essay in printed on pages 441 to 452 of No4, and 564 to 575 of No5. The pages somewhat browned, particularly towards the edges. The wrappers worn, with browning tears and loss: the rear wrapper of No4 nearly detached. Read more about Lewis, Wyndham “Detachment” And The Fictionist