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MAUGHAM, WILLIAM SOMERSET. Lady Frederick, 1912, loose in wrappers, Maugham's first commercial play & dramatic success; Jack Straw, 1912, heel of spine worn; Mrs. Dot, 1912, heel of spine worn; The Explorer, 1912; The Tenth Man, 1913; Smith, 1913; The Unknown, 1920; The Circle, 1921, slight stains; Caesar's Wife, 1922, inscribed: "...was suggested by Mme. de Lafayette's La Princesse de Clèves..."; Home and Beauty, 1923, inscribed: "...produced in New York as Too Many Husbands..."; The Unattainable, 1923, inscribed: "...produced under the name of Caroline..."; Loaves and Fishes, 1924, ink stain on half-title where Maugham's inscription is: "...Dear Eddie. Forgive me for having made this awful mess..."; all London: Heinemann, together 12 vols., small 8vo, original printed champagne-colored wrappers, each in a red cloth case, FIRST EDITION, EACH INSCRIBED BY MAUGHAM to Edward Wassermann (on half-titles, title-pages, etc.). [With:] A copy of the first Heinemann edition of A Man of Honour, London, 1912, small 8vo, original printed champagne-colored wrappers. With the Wassermann bookplate in each vol. (13)

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MAUGHAM, WILLIAM SOMERSET. Lady Frederick, 1912, loose in wrappers, Maugham's first commercial play & dramatic success; Jack Straw, 1912, heel of spine worn; Mrs. Dot, 1912, heel of spine worn; The Explorer, 1912; The Tenth Man, 1913; Smith, 1913; The Unknown, 1920; The Circle, 1921, slight stains; Caesar's Wife, 1922, inscribed: "...was suggested by Mme. de Lafayette's La Princesse de Clèves..."; Home and Beauty, 1923, inscribed: "...produced in New York as Too Many Husbands..."; The Unattainable, 1923, inscribed: "...produced under the name of Caroline..."; Loaves and Fishes, 1924, ink stain on half-title where Maugham's inscription is: "...Dear Eddie. Forgive me for having made this awful mess..."; all London: Heinemann, together 12 vols., small 8vo, original printed champagne-colored wrappers, each in a red cloth case, FIRST EDITION, EACH INSCRIBED BY MAUGHAM to Edward Wassermann (on half-titles, title-pages, etc.). [With:] A copy of the first Heinemann edition of A Man of Honour, London, 1912, small 8vo, original printed champagne-colored wrappers. With the Wassermann bookplate in each vol. (13)
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