London: printed and sold by J. Morphew, 1708. Folio, pp. 12; removed from binding; small withdrawn stamp at the base of A2, light soiling, short tear at the top gutter; all else very good. Foxon C-541. Not found in CBEL or NCBEL. Apparently rare: ESTC locates only 3 copies: British...
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London: Printed for J. Dodsley, 1779. Eleventh edition, 12mo, pp. viii, 175; engraved folding frontispiece by S. Wale showing the Blunderhead family being led by their noses; bound with: [STEVENSON, JOHN HALL.] Crazy Tales (London: n.p., 1770). Pp. , iv, viii-ix, 114-247 (first 3 leaves unsigned, the rest collating complete...
Bath: John Browne, 1807. 12mo, pp. 106; copper engraved title page, 11 plates; covers lacking, gilt-tooled calf spine, 3 maroon gilt-lettered morocco spine labels completely intact, a.e.g., marble endpapers; interior fine.
New York: Caterpillar Press, 1967. Spiralbound notebook, 8vo, pp. 40; stiff paper covers; inscribed by the author to Israel "Izzy" Young, former owner of the Folklore Center in Greenwich Village, New York, in the inside upper cover, Izzy's name on upper cover in Antin's hand. Fine.
Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1971. Limited to 1000 copies, of which 26 are handbound, signed and lettered by the poet (this one letter 'J'); 8vo, 107, , printed in Santa Barbara by Noel Young, designed by Barbara Martin; fine in original black linen-backed grey boards, paper label on spine.
Glasguae: excudebat Robertus Foulis academiae typographus, 1745. 8vo, pp. , iii, , 130; text in Greek and Latin, contemporary speckled calf, gilt-decorated spine in 6 compartments; spine chipped and rubbed, label perished, upper joint cracked but holding, with annotations in a contemporary hand on endpapers and marginalia throughout; good. Gaskell 58.
[Green River, VT: Longhouse, 1986.]. Edition limited to 125 copies, consisting of fifteen 11" x 8½" leaves (foliated , 13) printed from typescript, folded and inserted into a terracotta printed portfolio; some faded along the edges, else fine. Text of interview by the poet James Koller with Bob Arnold.
New York: American Book Exchange, 1880. 12mo, pp. 121; bookplate of Nellie B. Miller & bookseller's ticket on front paste-down, front free endpaper has small hole at lower corner of leaf, corners very lightly rubbed, else a very good copy in original green cloth with gilt-decorated upper cover. Nellie Burget...
London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1895. First edition, small 8vo, pp. viii, 158, ; contemporary brown morocco over marbled boards, gilt spine in 6 compartments, t.e.g., marbled endpapers; preliminaries a touch foxed, else about fine. NCBEL III, p. 608.
London: Macmillan and Co., 1910. Reprint, 8vo, pp. xii, , 510; engraved portrait frontispiece; contemporary three-quarter green morocco over blue cloth, gilt spine in 6 compartments, t.e.g, marbled endpapers; spine a bit faded, very light scuffing to extremities, else a near fine, partially unopened copy. Copyright date 1890.
Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1972. First edition, 8vo, pp. xv, , 98; photographic frontis portrait, photographically illustrated endpapers, and full-page facsimiles throughout text; a fine copy in original dark blue cloth lettered in gilt on spine.
written for William Knight of Akron, N York, Feb. 28, 1863. Folio, approx. 12" x 7½", on recto and verso of a single sheet, 4 stanzas of 10 lines each; a personified muskrat laments the cold of winter, traps, dogs, and the perpetual want by humans of its fur. Atkins...
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1885. 12mo, pp. , 359; elegant full maroon morocco by Andrew Grieve, Edinburgh, gilt lettered direct on spine, raised bands tooled in gilt, a.e.g.; 1891 gift inscription on flyleaf; fine.
Andoversford, Gloucestershire: Whittington Press, . First edition of this translation, printed in an edition limited to 126 copies signed by Richard Kennedy and Iftikhar Azmi, this copy no. 22 of 100 quarter-bound in vellum over decorative paper-covered boards; folio, pp. ; 24 illustrations from line blocks by Richard Kennedy printed in umber, publisher's slipcase. Fine.
Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1907. First edition, 12mo, pp. 75; title-page vignette in printed in red; original cloth decorated in red and green, original glassine wrapper; spine a bit discolored and the glassine with some chips and tears, else near fine.
Boston: H.M. Caldwell Co., 1903. First edition, 16mo, pp. 192; original brown cloth, spine gilt, upper cover decorated in green, pink, white and gilt; cover rubbed and discolored, remnants of advertisements which were pasted to rear endpapers; a good or better copy. "The poetry of smoke."
Norfolk, Ct. New Directions, 1941. 8vo, 32pp., title-page vignette printed in ochre; fine copy in orig. printed blue paper-covered boards. Printed at Hawthorn House, Windham, Conn., with decorations by R.J. Holden. Not in Ransom, Selective Checklists.
London: William Heinemann, . First edition limited to 525 copies signed by the author, 4to, pp. ; original white parchment lettered in gilt on upper cover; near fine, and retaining the original glassine dust jacket (chipped and with some marginal tears) bearing a printed price. Lieutenant-Commander the Hon. Cecil E....
[London]: Andre Deutsch, . First British edition, 8vo, pp. 39; original blue paper-covered boards with woodcut by Hardy Hanson and matching blue dust jacket, the covers bowing, foxing to top edges, dust jacket sunned at spine, Foyles' bookseller's labels on front pastedown, very good. Of Barker, a British transport to...
London: Curwen Press, 1968. Edition limited to 500 copies (this no. 193) 8vo, pp. ; gatherings in twos loose, as issued, in gray paper wrappers, original glassine bag present but worn. Sunning to paper covers. Includes poetry and art by Homero Aridjis, Gwen Barnard, Anthony Barnett, Carla Bley, F Castillo...
Minneapolis: Mnenomic Press, 2006. Edition limited to 40 copies (this no. 19) numbered and signed by Harriet Bart; very tall folio (approx. 23" x 6½"), accordion fold, 6 panels printed on rectos only containing 22 visual poems by 15 poets; very fine in original gray printed wrappers, with original printed...
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska, 1985. Edition limited to 200 copies (this, no. 81), 8vo, pp. 47, ; original green cloth, printed paper label on spine; fine. Printed by Harry Duncan on Kochi paper.
Muscatine: The Prairie Press, 1937. First edition limited to 225 copies; 8vo; pp. 72, ; very good copy in original red cloth with paper label on upper cover. Signed by the author on front flyleaf.
[London]: the Casanova Society, 1925. Limited edition, no. 166 of 1000 copies, 8vo, pp. , 288; frontispiece facsimile; original black calf over black paper covered boards, dust-jacket; spine rubbed, bookplate to front pastedown, else very good in fair jacket with large chips and splits.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1935. First edition, 8vo, pp. 157; frontispiece portrait, 9 illustrated plates; ex-libris American College of Surgeons, with bookplate on front pastedown, rubber stamp on title page and rear pastedown, and white ink call number on spine; near fine copy is original blue cloth, gilt spine.