Sale 137 Lot 391

*(LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB)
A group of 19 volumes published by the Limited Editions Club. New York: The Limited Editions Club, (1954-1982). All in fine condition and slipcases unless otherwise noted.

The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders. By Daniel Defoe, (1954). Signed by the illustrator. An American Tragedy. By Theodore Dreiser, (1954). The Warden. By Anthony Trollope, (1955). Signed by the illustrator. Peer Gynt. By Henrik Ibsen. Translated by William and Charles Archer, (1955). Signed by the illustrator. Sophocles: Oedipus the King. Translated by Francis Storr, (1955). Signed by the illustrator. The Koran. Translated by Arthur Jeffery, (1958). Signed by the illustrator. Barchester Towers. By Anthony Trollope, (1958). Signed by the illustrator. The Birds. By Aristophanes, (1959). Signed by the illustrator. Ben-Hur. By Lew Wallace, (1960). Signed by the illustrator. Lacking slipcase. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Edited by Saul K. Padover, (1967). Signed by the illustrator. The Book of Ecclesiastes. Introduction by Kenneth Rexroth, (1968). Signed by the illustrator. Heart of Darkness. By Joseph Conrad, (1969). Signed by the illustrator. Northanger Abbey. By Jane Austen, (1971). Signed by the illustrator. The Natural History of Selborne. By Gilbert White, (1972). Signed by the illustrator. Maggie: A Girl of the Streets; A Story of New York. By Stephen Crane, (1974). Signed by the illustrator. The Sermon on the Mount. With commentaries by Rowan A. Greer, (1977). Memoirs of a Fox-hunting Man. By Siegfried Sassoon, (1977). Signed by the illustrator. The Book of the Prophet Isaiah. Introduction by Franklin H. Littell, (1979). Signed by the illustrator and the introducer. The Circus of Dr. Lao. By Charles G. Finney, (1982). Signed by the illustrator.

Estimate $ 200-400

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







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