Selection with some illustrated works including Apollinaire Le Bestiaire, Marlborough Fine Art, 1979, illustrated & signed by Graham Sutherland, VF; Thornton Wilder The Bridge of San Luis Rey, 1929, 16 tipped-in woodcuts by Clare Leighton; plus works illustrated by Warwick Goble, Charles Brock (2), John Gilbert; and seven Folio Society books, six in slipcases. Fair to VF (13)
Charles Mackay The History of the United States of America, Virtue & Co, London [1861-63], tall octavo (26cm), two volumes, original gilt and blind-tooled cloth, rebacked, worn & marked; uncut; few loose pages in Vol.I with edges frayed, plate of James Munro cut down & torn, o/w VG internally with all maps and engravings. 816pp + 772pp
Arnold Bennett Venus Rising from the Sea, Cassell & Co, 1931, illustrated by E. McKnight Kauffer; quarto, orig. printed cloth, spine a little darkened, uncut two sides; No. 50 of 350 printed, numbered and signed by the artist. Neat ownership signature to front pastedown. VG. In original (but damaged) slipcase.
Paul Dunbar Les Aventures de Staline, Cirque Divers, Liege, 1980, large format s/bk, card wraps, worn at periphery; a comic-book style account of the life & career of Joseph Stalin. Fine internally. 56pp
Jeff Brouws A Passion for Trains: The Railroad Photography of Richard Steinheimer, W.W. Norton & Co., 2004, 1st Edn; large format h/bk, cloth bound, in a complete slightly worn d/jkt; 153 full-page b/w plates plus introductory text. Fine internally, no inscriptions.