London, South Kensington
7 March 2007
JEROME, Jerome K. (1859-1927). Three Men in a Boat (To say nothing of the dog). Bristol: J. W. Arrowsmith, 1889. 8°. Half title, illustrations by A. Frederics (stain to foredge of a few leaves). Original dark green pictorial cloth, spine gilt, with a note inscribed "Yours truly Jerome K. Jerome" tipped in at the front. FIRST EDITION. Edel & Laurence A18a.
With 3 other books by the same author, Told After Supper (London, 1891, printed in blue), The Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow (London, 1898) and The Observations of Henry (Bristol, 1901), all FIRST EDITIONS without dust-jackets. (4)
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