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1 November 2006
BLUNDEN, Edmund (1896-1974). English Poems. London: Cobden-Sanderson, 1925 [but 1926]. 8°. Original red cloth with (faded) paper label. Spare label at rear. Several poems marked by a reader. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed 'Ottoline Morrell with the affection of the Author; Feb. 1931.' FIRST EDITION. Kirkpatrick A20.
BLUNDEN, Edmund. Undertones of War. London: Cobden-Sanderson, 1928. Original black cloth a little faded at spine. FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed on the front free endpaper: 'Inaugurate, mild book, my fuller claim Of an old friendship, on an honoured name. O.M. with E.Blunden's pen, April 3, 1930.' Kirkpatrick A28a.
BLUNDEN, Edmund. De Bello Germanico: A Fragment of Trench History. Hawstead: G. A. Blunden, 1930. 8°. Original grey marbled paper boards, maroon leather spine and corners (spine label chipped). ONE OF 275 COPIES, THIS ONE OF 25 SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Kirkpatrick A33b. (3)
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