7 - 8 April 2004
JOYCE, James. Collected Poems. New York: The Black Sun Press, 1936.
8° (164 x 113mm). Title and text printed in blue. Portrait frontispiece by Jacomet after Augustus John. Original gilt cream boards, spine lettered in gilt, upper board decorated in gilt, top edge gilt, blue marker, glassine dustwrapper, gilt paper covered slipcase (boards very slightly marked, dustwrapper torn with minor losses, slipcase lightly rubbed at edges).
FIRST EDITION, LIMITED TO 800 COPIES, THIS NO. 39 OF 50 ON JAPAN VELLUM, SIGNED BY JOYCE. For a 'mock-up' copy of Collected Poems, see lot 684. Minkoff A45; Published in Paris p.410; Slocum and Cahoon Joyce A44.
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