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81 Gill (Eric) Caelum et Terra Transibunt.

[San Francisco]: Black Vine Press, 1958. 12mo. A 4-page booklet, comprised of one leaf, twice folded. Two devices by Gill are reproduced. A fine copy. Printed as a keepsake for the joint meeting of the Zamorano Club and the Roxburghe Club, 1958. The poem was written by Gill in 1921, and first appeared in the March, 1922 issue of THE GAME, a magazine published by the St. Dominic's Press. 
Price: 35.00 CAD
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Woes. Being extracts from The New Testament of Our Lord and Savious Jesus Christ, as translated from the Latin Vulgate by the English College at Rheims A.D. 1582., Gill (Eric)
82 Gill (Eric) Woes. Being extracts from The New Testament of Our Lord and Savious Jesus Christ, as translated from the Latin Vulgate by the English College at Rheims A.D. 1582.

Ditchling, Sussex: S. Dominic's Press, [1919]. First edition. Gray wrappers printed in black. A little wear to spine extremities, in the form of short tears along the hinges, and a yellow stain to the blank margins of a couple of leaves - but basically in as-new condition, the pages unopened. Issued as Welfare Handbook No. 4. A 48-page booklet. One engraving by Eric Gill, in its first appearance here. [Gill No. 371]. 
Price: 100.00 CAD
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T.V. Baby Poems., Ginsberg (Allen)
83 Ginsberg (Allen) T.V. Baby Poems.

London: Cape Goliard, 1967. First edition, paperbound issue. Pictorial wrappers. Faint wear, but fine. One of 1500 copies bound in wrappers, of an edition of 1900 (400 were in hard covers). Morgan A10a3.1. 
Price: 45.00 CAD
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T.V. Baby Poems., Ginsberg (Allen)
84 Ginsberg (Allen) T.V. Baby Poems.

NY: Grossman, 1968. First Grossman edition, paperbound issue. Stiff pictorial wrappers, grey-blue end papers. A bit rubbed, about fine. This is one of 1750 copies in wrappers, of a total edition of 2500 (750 were in hard covers). Morgan A10a5. 
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85 Goldstone (Adrian) and Wesley D. Sweetster. A Bibliography of Arthur Machen.

Austin: University of Texas, (1965). First edition. Black cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gold. Pictorial end papers. Pictorial title page and numerous illustrations. Limited to 500 copies. Light wear to base of spine, but fine in a slightly worn dust jacket, some sunning of the spine and light chipping at the base of the spine. 
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86 Graves (Robert) Beyond Giving. Poems.

Hatfield: Stellar Press, 1969. First edition. Stiff wrappers in yellow dust jacket, printed in black & red. One of 500 numbered copies, signed by Graves, of an edition of 536. A fine copy. 
Price: 75.00 CAD
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War Poems of Nordahl Grieg. Translated from the Norwegian by G.M. Gathorne-Hardy. All That Is Mine Demand., Grieg (Nordahl)
87 Grieg (Nordahl) War Poems of Nordahl Grieg. Translated from the Norwegian by G.M. Gathorne-Hardy. All That Is Mine Demand.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, (1944). First English edition. 
Grey-green boards, spine lettered in black. Half-title and title page printed in blue and black, initial letters of poems in blue throughout. A clean, very good copy in a chipped dust jacket, lacking pieces from the upper panels. Small pen inscription dated 1946, from 'Nan'. War poems by Grieg, who died in 1943. He was the author of "The Ship Sails On," a novel which strongly influenced Malcolm Lowry. 
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88 Grigson (Geoffrey) Twists of the Way.

Hitchin: Mandeville Press, 1980. First edition. Brown wrappers, stitched. A 20-page poetry booklet. Fine condition. Of an edition of 250, this is copy #15 of 30 signed by Grigson. 
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The Lost Chord 19. December, 1944., Gudonis (Joseph J.)
89 Gudonis (Joseph J.) The Lost Chord 19. December, 1944.

Philadelphia: Gudonis, 1944. Small decorative wrappers, stapled. A 16-page booklet. An uncommon issue of this humorous amateur journal, which ran from 1936 to 1991. Fine condition. 
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The Explorers., Gunn (Thom)
90 Gunn (Thom) The Explorers.

Devon: Richard Gilbertson, (1969). First edition. Green printed wrappers, sewn. A 20-page booklet. Light bumping to corners, but a fine copy. Of 100 copies published, this is one of 64 in this format, signed by Gunn, numbered 37 - 100. Other issues contained a variety of manuscript poems. 
Price: 90.00 CAD
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The Menace. Art by J.J. Hazard., Gunn (Thom)
91 Gunn (Thom) The Menace. Art by J.J. Hazard.

South San Francisco: Manroot, (1982). First edition. Black wrappers designed and lettered in silver. Illustrated. A fine copy in a clear glasine jacket, crease in the rear jacket flap. One of 250 numbered copies signed by Gunn and Hazard; the entire edition was 276 copies. 
Price: 40.00 CAD
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Undesirables., Gunn (Thom)
92 Gunn (Thom) Undesirables.

Durham: Pig Press, 1988. First edition. Pictorial stapled wrappers, grey end papers. [20]pp. A fine copy. Signed by Gunn on the title page. A collection of poetry. 
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Lost. with frontispiece by J. Thomas Osborne., Hanley (James)
93 Hanley (James) Lost. with frontispiece by J. Thomas Osborne.

Vancouver: William Hoffer, 1979. First edition. Gray wrappers, sewn, printed in black. Internal text pages printed on salmon paper. This is one of 60 numbered copies, signed by Hanley & Osborne. A fine copy. This story was originally published in The London Aphrodite in 1956, under Hanley's pseudonym Patrick Shone. Woodsworth A17b. 
Price: 100.00 CAD
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Airships., Hannah (Barry)
94 Hannah (Barry) Airships.
NY: Knopf, 1978. Advance uncorrected proof. 
Green wrappers lettered in black. Publishing info on white paper taped to front cover, clean and very good. Staple in edge of front cover. This copy has been read and marked-up by someone with a brown marker. Some additions and notes that suggest it is an editorial copy ("20 Stories" added to contents page, etc.). Quite a lot of underlining, some marginal notes. 
Price: 75.00 CAD
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95 Harington (John) John Harington. A Privy Matter.

San Francisco: Bird in Hand Press, 1973. Brown wrappers, sewn, lettered in black. Title page and other illustrations in brown. Limited to 150 copies. Fine condition. A booklet of 20 pages about Harington (d.1612), who translated Ariosto, and who wrote cleverly about privies in the renaissance. Printed by Bruce & Carol Bradley. 
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Points In A Journey and Other Poems., Harrison (Keith)
96 Harrison (Keith) Points In A Journey and Other Poems.
London, etc.: Macmillan, 1966. First edition. 
Blue boards, spine lettered in silver. A nice copy, about fine in a lightly rubbed dust jacket, a bit of wear to spine ends and tips, price corner clipped. Inscribed and signed by the author on the title page. His first book. 
Price: 50.00 CAD
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97 Hart (James D.) -editor. My First Publication. Edited With Introductions by James D. Hart. Drawings by David Stone Martin. Eleven California Authors Describe Their Earliest Appearances in Print.

San Francisco: Printed by Adrian Wilson for The Book Club Of California, 1961. First edition. 475 copies printed. Green illustrated boards, beige cloth spine with printed paper label. The spine label is faded, as is a strip along the upper back cover, small library label on inner front cover, a nice clean copy otherwise. One inserted plate has a small crease in the margin. Eleven California authors describe their first publication: Richard Henry Dana, Mark Twain, Bret Harte, Joaquin Miller, Gertrude Atherton, Gelett Burgess, Mary Austin, Wallace Irwin, Jack London, Robinson Jeffers, and William Saroyan. An elaborate production, printed on several colors of paper, with numerous tipped-in reproductions. 
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The Horn - Le Cor by John Heath-Stubbs translated from the French poem of Alfred De Vigny., Heath-Stubbs (John) [Alfred De Vigny].
98 Heath-Stubbs (John) [Alfred De Vigny]. The Horn - Le Cor by John Heath-Stubbs translated from the French poem of Alfred De Vigny.

Richmond Surrey: Keepsake Press, 1969. Blue pictorial wrappers, tied, 8 pages. Illustrated title page. Some bruising to corners, a bit of edge wear, a clean very good copy. A bi-lingual edition, with French & English on facing pages. 
Price: 45.00 CAD
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99 Heller (Joseph) Clevinger's Trial (from Catch-22). A Play in One Act. By Joseph Heller. Based on Chapter 8 from his Novel Catch-22.

NY, etc.: French, (1973). First play edition. Printed wrappers. 24 pages. Rubber stamped price on lower front cover raising the price from eighty-five cents to one dollar. Fine condition. 
Price: 35.00 CAD
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Poemario de la Resistencia. Eponimos de Allende. 3rd Volume., Herrera (Hugo Arellano) [published anonymously]
100 Herrera (Hugo Arellano) [published anonymously] Poemario de la Resistencia. Eponimos de Allende. 3rd Volume.
[Chile?]: Impreso en Luxemburgo, 1983. Second Edition. 
White pictorial wrappers. 97 leaves, printed on rectos only. Light edge wear, small piece torn from front fly leaf; nice copy. Part of the series: "Poemario de la Resistencia". This is the third volume in this series, preceded by two published in 1977 and 1978; this volume was first published in 1980. WorldCat lists the author as: Hugo Arellano Herrera. 
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