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This Side of Paradise

c1923, a rare early printing of F Scott Fitzgerald's first novel
F Scott Fitzgerald
Collins, London, 1923
£15.00
Fiction | Hard Cover

Vanity Fair

1869, two volumes in the original green cloth
William Makepeace Thackeray, illustrated by the author
Smith, Elder & Co, London, 1869
£20.00
Fiction | Hard Cover

The Thief of Bagdad

Based on the Douglas Fairbanks film
Achmed Abdullah
Hutchinson, London, 1925
£15.00
Fiction | Hard Cover

12 books from Paper + Ink

including Oscar Wilde, Herman Melville, D H Lawrence etc etc
Various, also including Mark Twain, Rudolfs Blaumanis, Pramoedya Ananta Toer, and Vazha-Pshavela
Paper + Ink, London, 2017
£20.00
Fiction | Soft Cover | First Editions

The Port of London Murders

A classic Wapping murder story
Josephine Bell
Longmans, London, 1947
£20.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Dustwrapper

Codeword Golden Fleece

Dennis Wheatley's Duke de Richleau and friends try to outwit the Germans
Dennis Wheatley
Hutchinson, London, 1957
£10.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Dustwrapper

Black August

Dennis Wheatley's first Gregory Sallust thriller
Dennis Wheatley
Hutchinson, London, 1950
£10.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Dustwrapper

V for Vengeance

Dennis Wheatley's fifth Gregory Sallust adventure
Dennis Wheatley
Hutchinson, London, 1951
£10.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Dustwrapper

The Disaster

A novel inspired by the 1966 Aberfan diaster
John Summers
New English Library, London, 1970
£10.00
Fiction | Soft Cover | First thus

Romola (Signed copy)

Signed by the editor, Leonee Ormond
George Eliot, edited by Leonee Ormond
J M Dent, London, 1999
£12.00
Fiction | Soft Cover | Signed Copies | First thus

What is Love?

A romance from the creator of the Provincial Lady
E M Delafield
Macmillan, London, 1928
£12.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First Editions

The Blessington Method (Signed copy)

Signed by Stanley Ellin, ten strange tales
Stanley Ellin
Random House, New York, 1964
£25.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Signed Copies | First Editions

Helen, A Tale

An early edition (1838) of Maria Edgeworth's late novel
Maria Edgeworth
Richard Bentley, London, 1838
£20.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First thus

The People of the Mist

1894, the first issue of Rider Haggard's lost race classic
Henry Rider Haggard, illustrated by Arthur Layard
Longmans, London, 1894
£25.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First Editions

Les Trois Impostures

Limited edition (53/250), and illustrated by Jean Emile Laboureur
Paul-Jean Toulet, with illustrations by Jean Emile Laboureur, engraved on wood by Georges Beltrand
Creuzevault, Paris, 1946
£100.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Limited Editions | Leather Bound | First thus

Charles Dickens' Christmas Stories

1863–1870 bound from All the Year Round, including Mugby Junction & The Signalman (1866)
Charles Dickens, and including Hesba Stretton, Wilkie Collins, Mrs Gaskell etc etc
Chapman & Hall, London, 1863
£80.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First Editions

The Maze

Philip Macdonald's exercise in detection
Philip Macdonald
Collins Crime Club, London, 1938
£15.00
Fiction | Hard Cover

The Napoleon of Notting Hill

1928, first printing in John Lane's Weekend Series
G K Chesterton
John Lane, The Bodley Head, London, 1928
£20.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First thus

Micro-Cosmographie

with additional characters from the fifth edition of 1629, and the sixth edition of 1633.
John Earle, edited by Edward Arber
Alex Murray & Son, London, 1868
£12.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Leather Bound | First thus

Under a Glass Bell

First UK edition of Anais Nin's 13 short stories
Anais Nin, line drawings by Ian Hugo
Editions Poetry, London, 1947
£30.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First Editions

Memento Mori

1959, first edition but with marked covers
Muriel Spark
Macmillan, London, 1959
£10.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First Editions

Carmen

A leather-bound limited edition of Merimee's novella, the inspiration of Bizet's opera
Prosper Merimee
George Routledge & Sons, London, 1887
£30.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Limited Editions | Leather Bound

We'll Shift our Ground: or, Two on a Tour

Edmund Blunden's only novel, written with his wife Sylva Norman
Edmund Blunden, and Sylva Norman
Cobden-Sanderson, London, 1933
£25.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | First Editions

The Tale of Genji

Contains all six novels of the Genji saga
Lady Murasaki, translated by Arthur Waley
George Allen & Unwin, London, 1957
Sold
Fiction | Hard Cover | Dustwrapper

The Water-Babies

Bound in full blue leather, a very attractive copy
Charles Kingsley, illustrated by Linley Sambourne
Macmillan, London, 1896
£50.00
Fiction | Hard Cover | Fine Bindings | Leather Bound

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