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DOYLE (ARTHUR CONAN) DOYLE (ARTHUR CONAN) Songs of the Road
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DOYLE (ARTHUR CONAN)
Songs of the Road, bookplate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, publisher's cloth gilt, Smith, Elder, 1911--BROOKE (RUPERT) "1914" Five Sonnets, publisher's printed wrappers, and brown manilla envelope, modern cloth portfolio, red morocco label, silk ties, 12mo, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1915--BOTTOMLEY (GORDON) Littleholme, number 25 of 50 copies, inscribed by Holbrook Jackson to Edmund Blunden, publisher's patterned wrappers, Cloister Press, 1922--DAVIES (WILLIAM HENRY) A Poet's Pilgrimage, inscribed to, "Walter Sickert from W.H. Davies, 1918" on front free endpaper, light spotting, A. Melrose, 1918; The Hours of Magic...Decorated by William Nicholson, number 43 of 100 copies on large paper, signed by author and artist, publisher's quarter cloth, gold label on upper cover, wrapper, card box with label (one corner knocked), J. Cape, 1922; Moss and Feather, one of 500 copies, signed by the author, illustrations by William Nicholson, Faber & Gwyer, 1928; Forty-Nine Poems...Selected and Illustrated by Jacynth Parsons, number 87 of 100 copies, signed by author and illustrator, Medici Society, 1928; Farewell to Poesy and Other Poems, inscribed to C.W. Beaumont, A.C. Fifield, 1910--(MEYNELL (ALICE) Essays, number 64 of 250 copies on large paper, photogravure frontispiece inscribed to, "Violet Johnson with the author's love. July 1914", 1914; Another copy; Hearts of Controversy, [c. ?1915], Burnes & Oates; Selected Poems, Nonesuch Press, 1930--A Selection from the Poems of Michael Field, Poetry Bookshop, 1923, publisher's bindings (some with dust-jackets), 8vo, unless otherwise described; and 29 others, literature and poetry (42)
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