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Under the Rose
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Under the Rose

by Isham, Frederic

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Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1903. First edition. First edition. Green cloth with white and embossed stamped design on cover, lettering in gilt by Margaret Armstrong. Four full-page color plates by Howard Chandler Christy. Near fine.
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The Undercurrent
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The Undercurrent

by Grant, Robert

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1904. First edition. First edition. Light blue cloth with cover design in gilt by Margaret Armstrong. Illustrated by F. C. Yohn. Very good. Gullans & Espey, #108.
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The Unknown Eros and Other Odes. Odes I-XXXI

The Unknown Eros and Other Odes. Odes I-XXXI

by Patmore, Coventry

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London: George Bell and Sons, 1877. First edition. First edition. The rare 1877 first edition sumptuously bound by Tout in full crushed brown morocco, five raised bands with gilt lettering on spine and attractive gilt acorn border design dentelles, attractive brightly colored marbled and glossy endpapers, all edges gilt, side edges trimmed with a bow. Patmore's scarce anonymously printed first edition, first issue bound with both blank pages (before half-title and after printer's mark at end). The book contains Patmore's most acclaimed poetry, including Patmore's most anthologized poem, "The Toys." With the bookplate of Barbara de Selincourt, a figure in royalty whose portrait was painted by the famous Herbert James Draper. A stunning, fine copy.
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[Updike, D. B.- ALS] Autograph Letter Signed to a Publisher

[Updike, D. B.- ALS] Autograph Letter Signed to a Publisher

by Updike, Daniel Berkeley

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Scarce autograph letter signed, 2pp, by Daniel Berkeley Updike (1860-1941), Boston book designer and printer, possibly to Thomas Niles, a partner in the famed press of Roberts Brothers. Written on Updike personal stationary with printed header, ìD.B. Updike, Decorative Printing and Book-Making, 6 Beacon St. Boston,î and dated Aug 29, 1893, ìDear Mr. Miles: Will you kindly send a list of books published by you, by ìH.H.î to Mrs. Harold Brown, Bellevue Avenue, Newport, R. I. with the portion of the catalogs in which they seem marked or turned down. And truly much obliged, D. B. Updike.î Letters by Updike are quite scarce. D. B. Updike (1860-1941), was an American printer and historian of typography. He obtained his first book-related job as a temporary volunteer in the library of the Providence Athenaeum. In 1880 he was offered a job as an errand boy at Houghton, Mifflin and Company of Boston, where he worked at the firm for twelve years, moving up to the advertising department, where he… Read More
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