[c. 1930]. Timlin, William H. The fantastic fairy shop, set in a dark, mysterious grove of tall trees.William... Read More
Although printed in 1785, the introductory matter was destroyed by fire, and Ritson abandoned the completion of it. The sheets eventually fell into the hands of Triphook, who issued it thus, with a new title page, preface, and, according to him a portrait by "Mrs. Park of Hampstead" - which...
Lippincott. London: Heinemann, nd c. 1912.
London: J. Saville & Co, 1927. Shepard, Ernest H. First edition. Number 92 of 160 copies, signed by the author and Artist.
New York: Dodd, Mead, 1927. Alastair. No. 556 of 1050 copies, with a plate signed by Alastair. Immaculate Copy.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1927. Alastair. One of 1050 copies SIGNED at plate facing p. 54.
London: John Lane the Bodley Head, 1928. Possibly a remainder binding. This volume includes the limitation (of 1850 copies), but is not numbered.
1843. Rare - the plate for this print remained private and was never used for a published edition.
Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1927. First edition. INSCRIBED BY ALDIN. Inscribed obn ffep "To Mrs. George Philips from Cecil Aldin."
New York: Dutton, 1909. Aldin, Cecil. First American Edition.
n.p: 1901. Fine Coaching Inn Scene by Cecil Aldin. Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) remains one of the most talented and popular depictors of English life; his prints and paintings of sporting scenes, dogs, and old buildings, and his regular appearance in books and magazines brought him worldwide fame, and his work...
London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, . Rackham, Arthur. No. 144 of 500 copies signed by Rackham. Signed, Limited.
London: George Routledge and Sons, 1866. Bayes, A.W. First edition with these illustrations.
London: Henry Washbourne, Salisbury Square, 1832. Cruikshank, George. Second Cruikshank edition. With 5 Cruikshank Etchings.
London: Harrison and Sons, St. Martin's Lane, 1869.
London: Rudolf Ackermann, Eclipse Sporting Gallery, 191 Regent Street, 1851. Alken, Henry. Third edition, third issue, with both engraved and printed titles dated 1851. Desirable edition, as it is the first to include The "Brief Memoir of Nimrod, by the Author of 'Handley Cross'"[Surtees].
London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, & Co, [c. 1903]. Alken, Henry. Reprint.
London: Day & Son, n.d. . First edition.
London: William Jackson (Books) Ltd, 1929. Austen, John. Number 75 of 200 copies printed at the Curwen Press, signed by the Artist and inscribed to "To my new good friend Howard L. Epstein." This story first appeared in Coburn's "New Monthly Magazine" in 1834. His father thought it his best work.
London: Country Life Ltd, 1930. First edition, Number Fourteen of 200 copies, signed by the Author and Illustrator.
[London: Chapman & Hall, n.d., ca. late 19th-century]. Barnard was one of the more successful late-19th century illustrators of Dicken’s works, producing hundreds of illustrations for Chapman & Hall’s Household Edition of Dickens’ works.
New York: John Lane, 1898. Beardsley, Aubrey. First Beardsley Edition, copy #393 of 1000 for England and America. Beardsley's Volpone. One of Beardsley's consummate works, published here for the first time after his death. Ross's warm appreciation of Beardsley is an essential piece of Beardsleyana.
London: Dent, 1909. Beardsley, Aubrey. Second edition, first one-volume edition, one of 1500. Beardsley's Malory. Second edition — with ten additional chapter headings not contained in the 1893-84 first — of the celebrated Beardsley classic, his first major work.
London: R.A. Walker XVI The Avenue Bedford Park, 1923. First edition, Number 33 of 500 copies, signed by the Author.
London: Leonard Smithers, 1896.