New York: The Alcestis Press, 1936. First edition, 1/165 copies signed by the author. 8vo. 56 pp. Fine unopened copy. Original printed green wrappers. Housed in a custom navy cloth clamshell box, with gilt spine title. (#5228).
London: Printed for private distribution; Printed by Richard Clay & Sons, Limited, Bread Street Hill, September 1889. 8vo. 19 pp. Printed blue boards, spine chipped, printed black type on front board. Limited edition of 25 copies. Published for Thomas Wise. Partington states that there where 28 copies.
Paris: Paulin, Libraire-Editeur Rue de Seine, 33, 1843. First edition. 12mo. 17 cm. 318pp. Extra illus. with a portrait of author and illustrations of fables. Tabbed in the back is a poem from a newspaper "Epitre de M. Viennet" by A. M. Villemain. Some pencil notation. Quarter red leather with...
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1942. 8vo; 58 pp. First edition. African-American poet's first book. Very good in bright internally-repaired dust jacket (not visible in Brodart cover), with slight wear to spine ends and extremities.
New Haven, (CT): Yale U. Press, 1942. First edition of the author's first book, in the "Yale Series of Younger Poets" series. Tall 8vo. 58 pp. Very good. Tan cloth, printed dust jacket (shallow chip at head of spine extending along upper edge of rear panel). (#3744).
[Tuscaloosa, AL]: Oeoco Press, printed at the U. of Alabama, 1999. First edition, 1/40 copies. Small 4to. (13) pp. Illustrated with colored line drawings; separate copy of the title-page vignette mounted and laid in. Inscribed on the front endpaper by the author, an Alabama-African Alabama poet and dermatologist, signed by...
(Concord, NH): The New Hampshire Troubadour (Rumford Press), 1946. Vol. XVI, no. 8, November, 1946 (this issue only). 12mo. 31, (1) pp. Illustrated from photographs, frontispiece portrait of Frost. Includes the first publication of the Frost poems "Our Getaway" (later retitled "Why Wait for Science") and "An A No. 1...
London: Printed on St. George's Day. for George Thomason, at the Rose and Crown in St. Pauls Churchyard, 1660. Stitched sheets (outer wrappers lacking?) First edition. 4to. 20pp. Short closed tear in last page, else very good. A poetic tribute to General Monck. ESTC R186563. WING W2131.
Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1903. Limited edition of 600 copies, printed on Van Gelder hand-made paper, and the type distributed. Printed paper boards, slightly edge darkened, in the scarce original dust jacket which has some chipping, loss to head of jacket, closed tear, spine darkened. A very good copy.
London: Rupert Hart Davis, Soho Square, 1959. First edition. 4to. 39 pp. Green cloth with gilt lettering on spine in light green dust jacket printed in red and black, darkened along spine and edges with some wear to corners and spine ends. Signed by author on title page.