London, South Kensington
1 November 2006
[YEATS, W. B. (1839-1922)]. Further Letters of John Butler Yeats: Selected by Lennox Robinson. Dundrum: Cuala Press, 1920. 8°. Colophon printed in red. Original blue-grey paper boards, buff cloth spine with label (chipped and discoloured), unopened. Binder's ticket of Galwey & Co, Dublin. ONE OF 400 COPIES. WITH AN ELEVEN-LINE AUTOGRAPH NOTE BY W. B. YEATS on the flyleaf concerning his father's letterwriting practice and death: 'His last words were "remember you have promised me a sitting in the morning." He died in his sleep. W. B. Yeats Feb 24 1922.'
YEATS, John Butler (1839-1922). Early Memories; Some Chapters of Autobiography. Dundrum: Cuala Press, 1923. 8°. Colophon printed in red. Original blue-grey paper boards, buff cloth spine with label (chipped and discoloured). Preface by W. B. Yeats. ONE OF 500 COPIES.
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