FIRBANK, Ronald. A Letter from Arthur Ronald Firbank to Madam[sic] Albani. Written about 1902-3. And found amongst her papers after her death. [London: Centaur Press, 1934]. Facsimile letter on 3-pages contained in original pale blue printed envelope. FIRST EDITION. ONE OF 50 COPIES. The printed envelope has been corrected with the addition of a capital ‘E’ at the end of ‘Madam’. Benkovitz A14. With 7 other books by the same author, namely The Artificial Princess (London, Centaur Press, 1934, illustrations by Hugh Easton, NUMBER 26 OF 60 COPIES), “The Wind & the Roses” ([London], “privately printed for Alan Clodd”, 1965, LIMITED TO 70 COPIES, THIS NUMBER VIII OF XX “HORS COMMERCE”, with a one-page autograph letter on the subject of the book from Alan Clodd to Anthony Hobson), Far Away (Iowa City, 1966, LIMITED TO 100 COPIES), An Early Flemish Painter ([No place, 1969]), Two Early Stories (New York, Albondocani Press, 1971, green paper, LIMITED TO 226 COPIES), La Princesse aux Soleils & Harmonie (London, The Enitharmon Press, 1974, NUMBER 18 OF 200 COPIES, with an autograph note by Hobson relating to errors in the translation loosely-inserted) and When Widows Love & A Tragedy in Green (London, The Enitharmon Press, 1980).
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