London: Chapman & Dodd, 1923.
Small quarto. Gilt decorated cloth. A very good, bright, tight copy. First edition in English, translated by "H.B.V." with an introduction by Morand new to more
New York: Boni and Loveright, 1927.
First Edition, Limited Edition # 719 of 1050 copies. Hans Flato dustjacket art. "The most brilliant and audacious book that has yet come from Paul more
New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1930.
Very good paperback copy of "Open All Night" by Paul Morand. Translated by H.B.V.. 2nd Bonibooks printing 9 with no cover price. Covers lightly soiled more
Paris: Grasset, 1928.
54 p., original stiff printed wrappers, unopened, original glassine, near fine condition. No. 1552 printed on Alfalux Navarre. (Collection "Les 4 M"). more
New York: Henry Holt and Co, 1930.
First Edition stated. Joaquin Vaquero dustjacket art and illustrations. Morand's impressions of New York are both positive and negative. He disapproves of the upper class, more
New York: Albert & Charles Boni, 1927.
8vo, 237pp; cloth-backed boards. A collection of twelve supernatural tales set in Asia, Oceania, and the Far-East, written in English by Morand for this publication. more
Paris: Editions Émile-Paul Frères, 1925.
Small, thick quarto. Full black morocco (unsigned), ruled in blind, spine decorated in gilt and blind, boards embellished with circular blind-stamped ornaments of eight florets more
London: Guy Chapman, 1924.
Trans. by G.P.C., et al. Sq. 8vo, black cloth pictorially stamped in gilt, uncut. London: Guy Chapman, 1924. First Edition in English. One of 275 more
London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1928.
about fine/ good; first edition. more
New York: Heron Press, 1930.
79 pp. 8vo. Cloth. Light shelfwear to boards. Front bottom corner bumped. Rough cut, some pages uncut. Silhouettes tipped in. Translated by Erich Posselt and more
New York, Etc: American Heritage Press, 1972.
Translated by Anne-marie Geoghegan. 261p., dj. more
Liege: A la Lampe d'Aladdin, 1928.
First Edition, one of 905 on velin blanc paper, signed by the author in brown ink on the front wrapper, from a total issue of more
Paris: Bernard Grasset, 1928.
Small, thick quarto. Double printed wrappers. About fine in original glassine and publisher's chemise and slipcase (the latter a bit worn, with short splits at more
NY 1927. Woodengravings, 8 x 5 1/2", cloth backed patterned boards, 216pp., incl inscription, title torn, covers slightly stained, else o-k in badly torn dw. more
London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1926.
Octavo, original pictorial red cloth stamped in gold, fore and bottom edges untrimmed. First edition in English. Fourteen risqué stories. A translation, by Guy Chapman, more
London, Toronto, Melbourne & Sydney: Cassell & Company Ltd, .
Octavo, original black cloth stamped in gold. First edition in English. "... his love for travel (and a fat stipend from the publicity department of more
London: Alfred A. Knopf, 1927.
First Edition. Elizabeth Pyle dustjacket art. Bleiler listed fantasy novel of a Far Eastern prince who envisions himself as the new Buddha. Near Fine in more
New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1925.
First Edition. Companion novel to Open All Night. This title received the Prix de la Renaissance. Near Fine in Very Good plus to Near Fine more
New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1925.
First Edition. Companion novel to Open All Night. This title received the Prix de la Renaissance. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, several inch closed more
Paris: Les Arts et le Livre, 1927.
small 8vo. leather with four raised bands, with original paper wrappers bound in, top edge gilt, front edge uncut, bottom edge deckled. 245 pages, with more