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FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE MR GARY E. PROUK

Wilde, Oscar
COLLECTION OF 10 LIMITED EDITIONS:
LOT SOLD. 1,063 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
155

FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE MR GARY E. PROUK

Wilde, Oscar
COLLECTION OF 10 LIMITED EDITIONS:
LOT SOLD. 1,063 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Wilde, Oscar
COLLECTION OF 10 LIMITED EDITIONS:
The Sphinx. John Lane and the Bodley Head, 1920, one of 1,000 copies, 10 pochoir plates by Alastair, preface by Robert Ross, original white buckram pictorially gilt, slipcase; The Fisherman and his Soul. San Francisco; the Grabhorn Press, 1939, limited to 200 copies, decorations and initials by Mallette Dean, original quarter cloth, decorated boards; Le Portrait de Dorian Gray. Paris, 1928, new translation with engravings by J.-E. Labourer, one of 200 copies, original paper covers, collector's folding box; De Profoundis. A Facsimile. British Library, 2000, introduction by M. Holland, one of 95 copies signed by Holland, original quarter blue morocco, slipcase; Lord Arthur Savile's Crime. Rodale Press, 1954, illustrations by Dorothea Braby, unbound proof sheets for the limited edition (? of 1,000 copies), preserved in folding box; Hellenism. Edinburgh: the Tragara Press, 1979, trial copy in wrappers, for an edition of 95 copies on Amalfi paper, original blue wrappers, with a copy of the published limited edition on blue cloth boards, both preserved in blue cloth case and slipcase; with three other limited editions published by the Tragara Press; [together with:] Another Portrait of Oscar Wilde by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Grabhorn Press for Arthur L. Bloomfield, n.p., n.d., unbound as issued, in blue-grey boards, slipcase; various sizes, chiefly 4to (10)
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