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THE MAIDES TRAGEDY AN INTRODUCTION BY CHRISTOPHER MORLEY WOOD ENGRAVINGS BY FREDA BONE.

By: Beaumont, Francis & Fletcher, John; Intro by Christooher Morley

Price: $211.50

Publisher: Cheshire House: 1932

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 34943

Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket


Woodcuts; [4], viii, [2], 147, [2] pages; 8" x 10.5". Printed from type by Richard W Ellis. Limited to 1200 copies with signed inscription by Richard Ellis to his compositor at The Georgian Press who set the book. Penciled commentary by Norman Kane on first blank. LeeC39. Provenance Norman Kane. Foxing to the uncut tips of textblock edges. Otherwise VG. 4 woodcuts. ; Signed by Editor View more info

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THE HOUSE OF DOONER; : THE LAST OF THE FRIENDLY INNS

By: Christopher Morley

Price: $23.45

Publisher: Philadelphia, David McKay Company: 1928

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 34867

Condition: Very Good- with no dust jacket


6"; #358 of 1,000 copies . Lee 76. Darkening to spine, lt crease to front cover. View more info

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CASUALS OF THE SEA: ML#195, [1ST]

By: McFee, William: (Balloon Cloth, Kent Endpapers) ; Introduction by Christoper Morley.

Price: $46.95

Publisher: Modern Library Edition: 1931

Seller ID: 34953

Condition: Good with no dust jacket


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FOOTNOTES FOR A CENTENNIAL

By: Morley, Christopher

Price: $75.15

Publisher: Philip C. Duschnes,:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 34955

Condition: Fine with no dust jacket


Written for the Centennial of Haverford College, 1st in book form. Red cloth with black and gold stamped label. This has an interesting bibliography. It was published in a limited edition of 400 L&B 24-25, Ashby A119. This conforms to the Second State. However the 2nd state existed before the first was published and in fact was a gifted copy from Morley to Duchesne who was the publisher. This per a laid in typed note. View more info