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LEWIS, Wyndham. The Apes of God. London: The Whitefriars Press, Ltd. for The Arthur Press, 1930. 4° (247 x 183mm). Title vignette and illustrations after Lewis. Original light tan cloth lettered in green on the spine, dustwrapper (cloth lightly spotted, dustwrapper a little marked and rubbed, edges chipped). FIRST EDITION, NO. 692 OF 750 SIGNED BY LEWIS. Morrow and Lafourcade A12a; Pound and Grover A11a.
LEWIS, W. Tarr. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1918. 8° (190 x 125mm). (Occasional light spotting, ll./5 and 8 lightly dampstained.) Original red cloth gilt [Morrow and Lafourcade variant 1], upper board and spine lettered in gilt, top edge red (spine slightly faded, board edges very lightly rubbed and bumped). FIRST EDITION, FIRST BINDING. Loosely inserted are a 1-page card titled 'To The Purchaser' signed 'Alfred A. Knopf' and a 2-page broadsheet 'Extracts from Press Notices of Tarr' [Morrow and Lafourcade A3b/a]. Morrow and Lafourcade A3a; Pound and Grover A2a.
LEWIS, W. Tarr. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1918. 8° (186 x 123mm). (Very light marginal browning, light offsetting onto verso of half-title and title.) Original blue cloth [Morrow and Lafourcade variant 2], upper board and spine lettered in red (very light marking, corners rubbed, spine ends chipped, splits on spine). FIRST EDITION, second binding. Morrow and Lafourcade A3a; Pound and Grover A2a (not noting this binding). (3)
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