Stories of Michael Robartes and his Friends. Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1931, with an original ink and watercolour drawing by jack b. yeats on the flyleaf, signed and dated, one of 450 copies, original boards, [Cuala 47; Wade 167]; Discoveries. Dundrum: Dun Emer Press, 1907, signed by the author, one of 200 copies, original boards, bookplate and signature of elizabeth corbett yeats, [Cuala 11; Wade 72]; The Words Upon the Window Pane. Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1934, signed by the author, one of 350 copies, original boards, [Cuala 52; Wade 174]; Three Things. Faber and Faber, 1929, signed by the author, large paper edition, one of 500 copies, coloured illustrations, original boards, [Wade 166], spine worn; Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry. Walter Scott, 1888, first edition, original cloth, paper spine label, [Wade 212], binding bumped, spine label chipped; Poems. T. Fisher, 1899, second edition with rewritten preface, portrait frontispiece, 2 photographic portraits of yeats and an autograph letter signed by yeats tipped in (see note), original pictorial cloth gilt, later slipcase and chemise, [Wade 17], bookplate of J.F. Fuller; The Trembling of the Veil. T. Werner Laurie, 1922, first edition, frontispiece, original cloth, dust-jacket, [Wade 133], jacket chipped, torn and stained at foot; Autobiographies. Macmillan, 1926, portrait frontispiece, original cloth, dust-jacket, [Wade 151], jacket stained at foot of spine, 8vo (8)
The letter in the edition of Poems is to James F. Fuller, 3pp., c.1895, thanking him for a copy of his novel Chronicles of Westerley.
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