London, South Kensington
1 November 2006
WOOLF, Virginia (1882-1941). The Common Reader. London: Hogarth Press, 1925. 8°. Original paper over boards with design in green and brown by Vanessa Bell and grey cloth (soiled, remnants of decorated wrapper on front pastedown). FIRST EDITION. Kirkpatrick A8a; Woolmer 81. Ownership signature of Julian Vinagradoff.
WOOLF, Virginia. The Common Reader: Second Series. London: Hogarth Press, 1932. 8°. Original green cloth. FIRST EDITION. Kirkpatrick A18a; Woolmer 315. PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by the author 'Ottoline with love from Virginia.' With Morrell's notes and page references at rear, and occasional pencil markings in text. (2)
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