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POUND, Ezra Weston Loomis (1885-1972). Imaginary Letters. Paris: Roger Lescaret for The Black Sun Press, 1930.
4° (210 x 160mm). Title and text printed in red and black. (Very light marginal browning.) Original printed wrappers, glassine dustwrapper, slipcase, unopened (dustwrapper lightly browned and rubbed at corners, slipcase lightly rubbed at edges).
FIRST EDITION, LIMITED TO 375 COPIES, THIS NO. 19 OF 50 ON JAPANESE VELLUM SIGNED BY POUND. Pound's Imaginary Letters were originally published in the Little Review between 1917 and 1918. Gallup Pound (1983) A32; Minkoff A38; Published in Paris p.409.
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