Topic: Poetry [x]
Bookseller: Locus Solus Rare Books [x]
(New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1940.
8vo, printed wrappers, sewn. One of 700 numbered copies on Chippendale Offset paper, the entire edition. A Presentation copy, inscribed by Goll on the inside more
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1961.
8vo, boards. The poet's scarce first book. This copy belonged to the New York poetry patron Elizabeth Kray, and has her ownership signature and Poet's more
Goll, Claire and Ivan
(New York): Hemispheres, 1947.
8vo, printed wrappers. One of 600 numbered copies in the regular issue (there were an additional 40 signed copies on Velin). This copy bears a more
London: Faber & Faber, 1973.
8vo, cloth. A nice presentation copy, inscribed by Lowell on the half title page to his editor at Faber & Faber, Charles Monteith: "For Charles more
Berkeley/Glendale: Litmus/Poetry X Change, 1968.
8vo,  unpag.; original printed illlustrated wrappers. One of an unknown but small number of copies in the edition, a mimeo pamphlet in glossy wraps. more
Fremont, Michigan: The Sumac Press, 1973.
8vo, 62pp; wrappers. One of 1000 coies in the softcover issue, this one with a presentation inscription over much of the half-title page, signed by more
New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1951.
8vo, black cloth. With an early, legible, signature by Lowell on the front flyleaf. The poet's second trade publication. more
(Paris): Les Amis des Cahiers Verts/Grasset, 1928.
8vo, printed wrappers. One of 30 numbered copies on Japan Nacre out of a total edition of 3702. With portrait illustrations by Jean Marchand. more
London: Faber & Faber, 1967.
8vo, red and gray cloth. Hughes's third book of adult-oriented verse. 3000 copies printed. more
(New York: Padell, 1948.
8vo, gray cloth. A single volume, combining the complete texts First Will & Testament , The Dark Kingdom, and Cloth of the Tempest, each separately more
(Cambridge: Rampant Lions Press), 1965.
8vo, wrappers. One of 298 numbered copies in the edition, entirely hors commerce, prepared in celebration of Jone's seventieth birthday. With the original prospectus laid more
New York: Noonday Press, 1954.
8vo, yellow cloth. Inscribed by Bogan on the title page for Lee Anderson, dated 1 February 1960. In addition, Bogan has made holograph corrections to more
(New York): Pantheon, 1965.
Small 8vo, blue cloth. With a warm presentation inscription signed by Mary Jarrell, dated 1965, to Marie and Hugh Bullock, recalling an evening they had more
Neihardt, John G.
New York: Mitchell Kennerly, 1912.
8vo, ochre cloth. more
San Francisco: A.M. Robertson, 1899.
Small 8vo, unpag. pamphlet in original wrappers, printed in red and black, saddle stitched. The first appearance in book-form of Markham's famous poem, which was more
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1942.
8vo, cloth-backed decorative boards. The limited issue, one of 735 numbered copies signed by Frost, designed and printed by the Spiral Press. more
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1954.
Apple green cloth. Limited issue, one of 650 numbered copies signed by Frost. Published in celebration of the poet's eightieth birthday. more
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1958.
8vo, gray cloth. Inscribed and signed ("Muriel") on the front flyleaf. more
Berlin: S. Fischer Verlag, 1929.
8vo, illustrated boards. An inventor of Berlin Dada, Mehring was a fixture in the cabaret scene of Berlin. This collection of his emblematic songs is more
New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1965.
8vo, blue cloth. One of 4000 copies printed. McMahon A6. more