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MORTIMER, Raymond. Modern Nymphs. Being a Series of Fourteen Fashion Plates by Thomas Lowinsky. London: Frederick Etchells & Hugh Macdonald, 1930. Folio. Half title, 14 stencil-coloured plates by Thomas Lowinsky. Original cloth-backed patterned paper boards, uncut. ONE OF 150 COPIES ON BATCHELOR KELMSCOTT PAPER, this copy unnumbered and inscribed, “Review Copy.” PRESENTATION COPY, the half title inscribed, “Anthony from Raymond.” One of “The Haslewood Books.” With 4 other books by or edited by the same author including The Oxford Circus. A Novel of Oxford and Youth (London, 1922), The French Pictures. A Letter to Harriet (London, Hogarth Press, 1932, original wrappers by “J.B.”), Channel Packet (London, Hogarth Press, 1942, with original photograph by Nancy Cunard of John Banting, Raymond Mortimer and a dog mounted on the front pastedown) and Try Anything Once (London, 1976), all FIRST EDITIONS, PRESENTATION COPIES, inscribed to Anthony Hobson; and 3 books by Peter Quennell: The Marble Foot (1976), Customs and Characters (1982), The Wanton Chase. An Autobiography from 1939 (London, 1980) (copiously and revealingly annotated by Peter Quennell in red ink); all FIRST EDITIONS, PRESENTATION COPIES and inscribed to Anthony Hobson.

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MORTIMER, Raymond. Modern Nymphs. Being a Series of Fourteen Fashion Plates by Thomas Lowinsky. London: Frederick Etchells & Hugh Macdonald, 1930. Folio. Half title, 14 stencil-coloured plates by Thomas Lowinsky. Original cloth-backed patterned paper boards, uncut. ONE OF 150 COPIES ON BATCHELOR KELMSCOTT PAPER, this copy unnumbered and inscribed, “Review Copy.” PRESENTATION COPY, the half title inscribed, “Anthony from Raymond.” One of “The Haslewood Books.” With 4 other books by or edited by the same author including The Oxford Circus. A Novel of Oxford and Youth (London, 1922), The French Pictures. A Letter to Harriet (London, Hogarth Press, 1932, original wrappers by “J.B.”), Channel Packet (London, Hogarth Press, 1942, with original photograph by Nancy Cunard of John Banting, Raymond Mortimer and a dog mounted on the front pastedown) and Try Anything Once (London, 1976), all FIRST EDITIONS, PRESENTATION COPIES, inscribed to Anthony Hobson; and 3 books by Peter Quennell: The Marble Foot (1976), Customs and Characters (1982), The Wanton Chase. An Autobiography from 1939 (London, 1980) (copiously and revealingly annotated by Peter Quennell in red ink); all FIRST EDITIONS, PRESENTATION COPIES and inscribed to Anthony Hobson.
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