Sale 137 Lot 383

*(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB)
A group of 19 volumes published by The Limited Editions Club. New York: The Limited Editions Club, (1949-1985). All in fine condition and slipcases unless otherwise noted.

The Turn of the Screw. By Henry James, (1949). The Book of the People: Popol Vuh. The National Book of the Ancient Quiche Maya. By Delia Goetz, (1954). Signed by the illustrator. Cyrano De Bergerac. By Edmond Rostand, (1954). Signed by the illustrator. The History of Amleth, Prince of Denmark. By Saxo Grammaticus, (1954). Signed by the illustrator. The Charterhouse of Parma. By Marie-Henri Byle (Stendhal), (1955). Signed by the illustrator. The History of Early Rome. By Livy, (1960). Signed by the illustrator and printer. The Book of Ballads. Edited by MacEdward Leach, (1967). Signed by the illustrator. Russian Folk Tales. Edited by Albert B. Lord, (1970). Signed by the illustrator. Les Pensees. By Blaise Pascal, (1971). Signed by the illustrator. Death in Venice. By Thomas Mann, (1972). Signed by the illustrator. Lady Windermere's Fan, and The Importance of Being Earnest. By Oscar Wilde, (1973). Signed by the illustrator. Pudd'nhead Wilson. By Mark Twain, (1974). Signed by the illustrator. The Life of Washington. By the Rev'd Mason L. Weems, (1974). Signed by the illustrator. Pygmalion, and Candida. By George Bernard Shaw, (1974). Signed by the illustrator. Persuasion. By Jane Austen, (1977). Signed by the illustrator. The Gentleman from Cracow, and The Mirror. By Isaac Bashevis Singer, (1979). Signed by the author and the ilustrator. The Bridge, A Poem. By Hart Crane, (1981). Signed by the photographer. The House of the Dead. By Fyodor Dostoevsky, (1982). Signed by the illustrators. The Secret Sharer: An Episode from the Coast. By Joseph Conrad, (1985). Signed by the illustrator.

Estimate $ 200-400

Property from the Estate of Jean M. Smirl, Waukesha, Wisconsin







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