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A COLLECTION OF BOOKS RELATING TO VIVIEN LEIGH'S THEATRICAL TOURS, COMPRISING:
LOT SOLD. 625 GBP
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Theatrical Tours
A COLLECTION OF BOOKS RELATING TO VIVIEN LEIGH'S THEATRICAL TOURS, COMPRISING:
LOT SOLD. 625 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Vivien: The Vivien Leigh Collection

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Theatrical Tours
A COLLECTION OF BOOKS RELATING TO VIVIEN LEIGH'S THEATRICAL TOURS, COMPRISING:
i) Karla Plicky. Praha. Prague: Cseká Grafická Unie A. S. V. Praze, 1948, folio, presentation copy inscribed “Christmas 1949” on the half-title, original cream cloth over red pink boards;

ii) Jan Zachwatowicz and Piotr Bieganski. The Old Town of Warsaw. Warsaw: Budownictwo i Architektura, 1956, folio, presentation copy inscribed to Vivien Leigh in French and dated 1957 on the half-title, original red cloth; 

iii) Jan Wegner. Nieborow. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Sztuka, 1957, 4to, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR  and dated 20 June 1957 on the verso of the half-title, original cream cloth, dust-jacket, dust-jacket worn;

iv) Jozef Cempla. Wawel. Krakox: 1956, folio, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED TO VIVIEN LEIGH ("To Lady Vivien Leigh [...] Karkow [?] 21.VI.1957") on the title sheet, 16 loose plates, in original red folder;

v) Magdeleine Cluzel. Mimes et Poetes Antiques. Paris: Scorpion, 1957, 4to, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR IN FRENCH ("A Mr. Lawrence Olivier, et Madame | Viviane [sic] Leigh, hommage de l’auteur, en | témoignage de profonde admiration. | M. Cluzel | Paris 17 Mai 1957") on the half-title, original wrappers, wrappers creased and a little worn

vi) Venezia. Venice: Ufficio Comunale Turismo, [n.d.], square 4to, presentation copy inscribed to Vivien Leigh in Italian, dated 30 May 1957, original maroon leather, slightly scuffed

vii) Angelica b. de Davidson. Veinte Poemas de Fe y Libertad. Buenos Aires: Wilpol, 1948, 4to, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR (“To Vivien Leigh, | hoping that some day you’ll be | able to recite one of my translations! | from | Angelica B. de Davidson | Montevideo May 1962”), original printed wrappers; 

viii) Erico Verissimo. O Tempo e o Vento. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Globo, 1957, 8vo, fourth edition, presentation copy inscribed to Vivien Leigh in Portuguese and dated May 1962 on a preliminary blank, three quarter red calf over patterned boards; 

ix) Henry Bamford Parkes. A History of Mexico City. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960, 8vo, third edition, presentation copy inscribed to Vivien Leigh (“To you, Miss Leigh | with affection and respect | Sara | Mexico City 1962”) on the verso of the half-title, original buckram, dust-jacket; 

x) Noriko Ohno. Typical Japanese Ikebana. Tokyo: Shibata Publishing, 1961, 4to, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR (“Vivien Leigh | July 20 | 1963” and signed in Japanese), on the front free endpaper, with a greetings card from the editor of Ladies Own Weekly in Japan loosely inserted, original red buckram (10)


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Vivien: The Vivien Leigh Collection

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