Sale 137 Lot 384

*(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB)
A group of 19 volumes published by the Limited Editions Club. New York: The Limited Editions Club, (1955-1984). All in fine condition and slipcases unless otherwise noted.

Notre-Dame De Paris. By Victor Hugo, (1955). Signed by the illustrator. The Picture of Dorian Gray. By Oscar Wilde, (1957). Signed by the illustrator. The Age of Fable, Or Stories of Gods and Heroes.By Thomas Bulfinch, (1958). Signed by the illustrator. The Pilot. By James Fenimore Cooper, (1968). Signed by the illustrator. The Notorious Jumping Frog & Other Stories. By Mark Twain, (1970). Signed by the illustrator. The Captain's Daughter & Other Stories. By Alexander Pushkin, (1971). Signed by the illustrator. Roughing It. By Mark Twain, (1972). Signed by the illustrator. Candide, Or Optimism. By Francois Marie Arouet De Voltaire, (1973). Signed by the illustrator. Tales of East and West. By Rudyard Kipling, (1973). Signed by the illustrator. Roxana, The Fortunate Mistress. By Daniel Defoe, (1976). Signed by the illustrator. The Overcoat, and The Government Inspector. By Nikolai Gogol. Translated by Constance Garnett, (1976). Signed by the illustrator. The Battle of Waterloo. By Victor Hugo, (1977). Signed by the introducer. The Odyssey of Homer. Translated by T.E. Shaw, (1981). Signed by the typographer and introducer. The Iceman Cometh. By Eugene O'Neill, (1982). Signed by the illustrator. Seamus Heaney: Poems and a Memoir. Selected and illustrated by Henry Pearson, (1982). Signed by the author, illustrator and introducer. The Threepenny Opera. By Bertolt Brecht, (1982). Signed by the illustrator and introducer. A Streetcar Named Desire. By Tennessee Williams, (1982). Signed by the illustrator. A Lost Lady. By Willa Cather, (1983). Signed by the illustrator. Death of a Salesman. By Arthur Miller, (1984). Signed by the author and the illustrator.

Estimate $ 200-400

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







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