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GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS -- RUTTER, Owen (editor). The Voyage of the Bounty's Launch as related in William Bligh's Despatch to the Admiralty and the Journal of John Fryer, London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1934. 2° (314 x 191mm). 10 wood-engravings by Robert Gibbings. (Occasional light spotting at beginning and end). Original 'sail type' cloth binding in red and white cloth. NUMBER 149 OF 300 COPIES. With the prospectus tipped-in. Chanticleer 95.
RUTTER, Owen (editor). The Journal of James Morrison, Boatswain's Mate of the Bounty, London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1935. 2° (309 x 194mm). 5 wood-engravings by Robert Gibbings. Original 'sail-type' cloth binding in navy blue and white, uncut (a little soiled). NUMBER 21 OF 325 COPIES. PRESENTATION COPY to Hester Leggatt, from whose copy of the original manuscript the text was set ('For Hester from Owen with renewed thanks for the patience and care with which she copied the Journal. April 15, 1935'.) Chanticleer 102.
BLIGH, William (1754-1817) & Owen RUTTER (editor). The Log of the Bounty, London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1936-37. 2 volumes, 2° (316 x 187mm). 4 wood-engravings by Lytton Lamb. (Slightly discoloured at edges, endleaves a little spotted.) Original 'sail-type' cloth binding in red, white and green (a little soiled, rubbed at extremities). NUMBER ONE OF 300 COPIES. Pertelote 117.
RUTTER, Owen (editor). Bligh's Voyage in the Resource from Coupang to Batavia, London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1937. 2° (314 x 192mm). (Endleaves a little spotted.) 6 wood-engravings by Peter Barker-Mill. Original 'sail-type' cloth binding in blue and white. NUMBER ONE OF 350 COPIES. With the prospectus tipped-in. Pertelote 120.
RUTTER, Owen (editor). John Fryer of the Bounty, London: Golden Cockerel Press, 1939. 2° (315 x 190mm). (Endleaves and edges a little spotted.) Original blue canvas with gold design on front board. NUMBER 16 OF 300 COPIES. Pertelote 146. (6)
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