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  1. First edition, first printing; 8vo; illustrations and pictorial endpapers by E.H. Shepard; publisher's salmon pink cloth gilt, top edge gilt, light browning to endpapers, light bumping to spine ends and corners, pictorial dust-jacket, mild dust-soiling, minor chipping to head of spine and lower corner of upper panel, otherwise a near-fine copy.

    £2,500
  2. First and limited deluxe American edition, number 41 of 100 numbered copies signed by Arthur Rackham; 4to (295 x 240 mm); illustrated with a tipped-in colour frontispiece and a further 11 tipped-in colour plates, all with captioned tissue guards, numerous in-text black & white illustrations, the odd spot to first and last few leaves, else fine; publisher's deluxe full vellum binding, stamped in gilt; replacement silk ties; top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed, as published, illustrated endpapers, mild age discolouration and slight bowing to upper boards, otherwise very good indeed; (xvi), 147, (1) pp.

    £6,250
  3. First editions, When We Were Very Young, first issue with p.ix not numbered; 8vo; illustrations by E.H. Shepard; comprising When We Were Very Young, neat ink ownership inscription and light browning to endpapers, slight sunning to spine, jacket with light toning to spine and panels, spine ends and corners a little chipped, 1 or 2 short tears with light creasing to head and foot, professional restoration to head of spine, extremities a little rubbed, 1924; Winnie-the-Pooh, map endpapers (very light browning), jacket with light toning to spine, neat and professional repairs and restorations to spine, corners and along upper fore-edge, repaired tear straying into upper panel, 1926; Now We Are Six, pictorial endpapers, spine slightly darkened, light toning to jacket spine and head of upper panel, spine with chip to foot, minor chipping to tip of spine and corners, some light surface soiling, short nick to head, 1927; The House at Pooh Corner, pictorial endpapers (very light browning), jacket spine with light toning, minor chipping and light creasing to spine tips and corners, 1928; publisher's pictorial cloth, gilt, light rubbing to spine tips and corners, top edge gilt, dust-jackets, a very good set; preserved in a custom-made slip-case.

    £15,000
  4. First edition; 8vo; illustrations and map endpapers by Ernest Shepard, a very few, minor, peripheral marks, the only two of note at base of p. 131 but even these are light and small, otherwise near fine; publisher's pictorial cloth gilt, top edge gilt, light bumping to spine tips and upper right-hand corner, illustrated dust-jacket, spine slightly faded, light soiling, minor chipping to head of spine and corners, otherwise, again, near fine.

    £5,750
  5. First edition printed in the UK, one of 100 numbered copies, specially bound and signed by the author from an overall limitation of 1000; 4to; internally fine, probably unread; publisher's full vellum, with Homeric bow designed by Eric Gill to upper board gilt, titles to spine gilt, original card slip-case, Curwen Paper covering, title label to side giving the limitation number (87), minimally rubbed with some spotting to the label, preserved in a blue solander box, slightly worn, a very good copy indeed.

    £37,500
  6. First edition, first impression, in Gilbert's 'second state' with the t in shoot intact; 8vo; publisher's black boards, titles to upper board and spine in silver, with the Kenneth Lewis designed dust jacket, very mild fading at the spine, trivial mark to the fore-edge but an exceptional copy in the particularly fresh and uncommon in this condition.

    £8,750
  7. First edition; 8vo; 290 illustrations (3 colour plates, the rest duotone and line drawings); handsomely bound in decorative red cloth, lacking original slipcase; a very good copy, in archival acetate jacket, lightly rubbed spine, worming to p.271 touching text; 381pp.

    £750
  8. Large framed colour printed map of the London Underground, designed by Paul Garbitt and dated March 1969; somewhat creased from storage but clean and bright; map size 102 x 126 cm, framed size 110 x 135 cm.

    £2,500
  9. Limited deluxe edition, number 344 of 652, signed by the author; crown 4to (260 x 200 mm); 45 illustrations including frontispiece portrait of Grace, small mark and hole to base of tissue guard, not affecting image, else internally near fine; publisher's half black morocco, top edge gilt, others uncut, small, professional repair to head cap, offsetting (browning) to endpapers, fore-edges toned, with a few minor spots, otherwise a near-fine and very bright copy; xii, 512pp.

    £1,200
  10. 2 broadsides, one with text in English, French, and Italian, the other with text in Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, and Greek; evenly toned, edges chipped with loss, some short tears and slight creasing. Each framed and glazed, overall size: 74.4 x 58.5 cm.

    £10,000
 

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