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By: Byrne, Donn
Publisher: New York:, The Century Company,: 1921.<P>
Edition: First Edition, First Printing. [BAL 2291].<br>
Seller ID: 007409
Condition: 8vo; <i-viii>, <1>-147; 2 blank leaves.<br>
Romantic fiction about travels of Marco Polo. Custom chemise and morocco-backed slipcase with five raised bands and stamped gilt titles and decorations. Bindings firm and square. Minor looseness top front hinge. Text clean, light even toning. (older bookseller notes in pencil on front-free endpage) Moderate handling wear. Donn Byrne was an Irish novelist. Educated at University College, Dublin, where he studied under Douglas Hyde, the famous Gaelic scholar. Byrne was firmly of the neo-Romantic view of the mythical and pastoral beauty of Irish history. His writing haun... View more info
By: Galsworthy, John
Publisher: Kobenhaven, Denmark:, Gydendalske Boghandel,: 1933 / 1932
Seller ID: 009069
Condition: Near Fine.
John Galsworthy won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1932. The three titles are the three books of The Modern Comedy. Each uniformly bound in half leather with gilt decorated spines to marbled boards. Text block in similar marbling. Carefully handled, Text clean, Bindings firm. minimal shelf handling. Text in Danish View more info
Publisher: Chicago:, Herbert S. Stone and Company,: 1901.<br>
Edition: First Edition, First Printing.
Seller ID: 007410
The author's first book a romance set in Graustark, an imaginary country in Europe. The first in a series of six. This copy has all the first printing points called for by BAL , including watermarks.[1-8] 1-459 [460-464: blank] [note: first two and last two leaves are blanks], title page George Barr McCutcheon (July 26, 1866 – October 23, 1928) was an American popular novelist and playwright. His best-known works include the series of novels set in Graustark, a fictional East European country, and the novel Brewster's Millions, which was adapted into a play and ... View more info