Sale 137 Lot 385

*(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB)
A group of 20 volumes published by the Limited Editions Club. New York: The Limited Editions Club, (1952-1982). All in fine condition and slipcases unless otherwise noted.

Volpone, or, The Fox. By Ben Jonson, (1952). Signed by the illustrator. Green Grow the Lilacs. By Lynn Riggs, (1954). Signed by the illustrator.Camille. By Alexandre Dumas, fils, (1955). Signed by the illustrator. The Three-Cornered Hat. By Don Pedro Antonio De Alarcon, (1959). Signed by the illustrator. The Invisible Man. By H.G. Wells, (1967). Signed by the illustrator. The Monk and the Hangman's Daughter. By Ambrose Bierce, (1967). Signed by the illustrator. The Portrait of a Lady. By Henry James, (1967). Signed by the illustrator. The Art of Love. By Ovid, (1971). Signed by the illustrator. The Descent of Man. By Charles Darwin, (1971). Signed by the illustrator. The Book of the Dead. 2 vols. By Raymond O. Faulkner, (1972). The Ballads of Robin Hood. Edited and introduced by Jim Lees, (1977). Signed by the illustrator. The Spectator. By Joseph Addison, Richard Steele and others, (1970). Signed by the illustrator. The Light of Asia, Being the Life and Teaching of Gautama, Prince of India and Founder of Buddhism. By Sir Edwin Arnold, (1976). Signed by the illustrator. Winesburg, Ohio. By Sherwood Anderson, (1978). Signed by the illustrator. Saint Thomas Aquinas: Selections From His Works. By George N. Shuster, (1969). Signed by the illustrator. The Nibelungenlied. By Margaret Armour, (1960). Signed by the illustrator. Our Town. By Thornton Wilder, (1974). Signed by the author and the illustrator. The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova De Seingalt. By Arthur Machen, (1972). Signed by the illustrator. One Hundred Years of Solitude. By Gabriel Garcia Marquez, (1982). Signed by the illustrator, translator and author of the introduction.

Estimate $ 200-400

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







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