WILDE, Oscar (1854-1900). A Woman of no Importance, Paris, 1903. Small 4° (206 x 156mm). Half title, good wide margins. (Very light even marginal browning.) Original silk covered boards, gilt lettered spine (a few minor 'bubbles' on covers, head and tail of spine lightly rubbed). NUMBER 196 OF 250 COPIES. Pirated edition. Mason 627.
WILDE, Oscar. Lady Windermere's Fan. A Play about a good Woman, Paris [but printed in England], 1903. Small 4° (209 x 155mm). Half title, good margins. (Lightly and evenly browned throughout.) Original silk covered boards, spine lettered in gilt (head and tail of spine lightly chipped, spine faded, extremities lightly rubbed). NUMBER 40 OF 250 COPIES. Pirated edition. Mason 597.
WILDE, Oscar. Phrases and Philosophies for the Use of the Young, London: 1903 [but 1906]. 16° (145 x 111mm). Half title, title in red and black, one head- and tail-piece by Aubrey Beardsley. (Part of final blank torn away, a few margins browned.) Original printed wrappers (a few waterstains on sides, front cover detached, part of rear cover torn). Pirated edition. Mason 603.
With 6 others by Wilde, including another copy of Lady Windermere's Fan, The Ballad of Reading Gaol (London, 1899), Lord Arthur Saville's Crime & other Stories (London, 1891, FIRST EDITION), Essays, Criticisms and Reviews (London, 1901, NO. 174 OF 300 COPIES), The Portrait of Mr. W.H. ([London, ca. 1904], ONE OF 200 COPIES), and Vera; or, the Nihilists (Privately printed, 1902, NO. 193 OF 200). (9)