Oscar Wilde An Idlers Impression
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With title page in red, green and black. First Edition, one of 1, copies, though this copy is not numbered. In Very Good condition. Bumping to corners and wear at extremities. Soiling to cloth. Toning to pages. Copyright date is , 1 of copies. Publisher's binding. Boards splayed and tanned. Writing on the inside fly leaf in pencil. Decorative boards front and back. A crack on the back panel, but not throught he whole board. Very good.
Text and illustrations are bright and clean, binding is secure, asolid collectible book. From the collection of California bibliophile Melba Berry Bennett. Pay-pal or credit card. A Beautiful Edition in Great Condition.
This is a large illustrated edition in great condition. Thin 8vo, 59 p. Published by oxford university There is no underlining or writing in the book. Book is in very good used condition. Wear to cover and corners. Light discoloration on book spine. No notes or highlights inside book. No missing pages. Tight binding.
Oscar Wilde. An Idler's Impression
Oscar Wilde and the Candlelight Murders. London, Oscar Wilde, celebrated poet, wit, playwright and raconteur is the literary sensation of his age. Published by Farrar Hard cover book with dust jacket. The book and the jacket and in Very Good condition.
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Apologia Pro Oscar Wilde. Waite's personal copy with his bookplate on the inside of the front wrap. Published by Watts Book is in near fine condition. Translated from the French by Lord Alfred Douglas.
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In Very Good condition, cloth a bit soiled. The first trade edition ofDorian Gray did not appear in book form until the following year, much expanded with added content. With growing horror, Wilde and his confidantes Robert Sherard and Arthur Conan Doyle, realise that one of their guests that evening must be the murderer. First edition. Host of Art Deco style illustrations by Vassos, all with tissue guards. Circa s - s. As shown. Spine splitting, and wear and chipping along edges.