Picasso, Pablo: Aristophanes: LYSISTRATA. Limited Editions Club, New York, 1934. Edition limited to 1,500 numbered copies, signed by the artist.
A new version by Gilbert Seldes with a special introduction by Mr. Seldes and illustrations by Pablo Picasso.View More
Thomas Frognall Dibdin. THE LIBRARY COMPANION. London, 1824.
First edition, one volume issue. With a tipped-in autograph letter from Dibdin, signed, and dated April 15, 1814, to W. Godwin, and with an integral address leaf to Godwin, franked by Earl Spencer (in Bath).View More
Anthony Powell. A DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF TIME. London, 1951-1975.
First editions, complete in twelve volumes.View More
AESOP'S FABLES. Illustrated by Stephen Gooden. London, 1936
One of 525 numbered copies on hand-made paper (total edition 533), signed by the artist.View More
Bertram Thomas. ARABIA FELIX. London, 1932.
With a Foreword by T. E. Lawrence. First edition. With a typed four-page letter, signed, from the author to Captain Michael Scott. The letter is accompanied by a signed Christmas card from Thomas, presumably to Michael Scott.View More
Bruce Chatwin. IN PATAGONIA. London, 1977.
First edition of the author's first book.View More
The Second Folio Shakespeare. London, 1632.
With the rare Aspley imprint, the Droeshout portrait and the first published poem of John Milton; one of approximately 250 copies known to exist today, this copy having been in private Australian ownership for more than seventy years. The earliest edition of Shakespeare that is practicably obtainable on today's market and acknowledged as the most important work in the English language.View More
Robert Byron. THE STATION. Athos: Treasures and Men. London, 1928
First edition. With armorial bookplate of novelist Anthony Powell on upper pastedown, and an inked inscription to him from the author.View More