London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
DUNSANY, Lord Edward (1878-1957). Time and the Gods. London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1922. 4° (252 x 190mm). Half title, frontispiece and 9 plates by Sidney H. Sime, each plate signed by the artist (occasional spotting and browning). Original vellum-backed cloth boards gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut (some light staining). NUMBER 189 OF 250 COPIES, signed by the author at the foot of the preface.
With 18 other books including John Galsworthy's Soames and the Flag (London, 1930, vellum, LIMITED EDITION SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR), Somerset Maugham's Ah King (London, 1933, ONE OF 175 COPIES SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR) and Osbert Sitwell's Three-Quarter Length Portrait of Michael Arlen (London, [n.d.], ONE OF 520 COPIES SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR). (19)
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