London: Cecil Woold (1974). A selection of previously unpublished material. One of two hundered numbered copies bound in red fabric. Woolf A26. Fine in fine red slipcase.
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Asphodel Editions: North Pomfret. 153pp. The first compilation of the photographic works of Frederick Rolfe (Baron Corvo) with an essay by Donald Rosenthal. One of 200 numbered copies printed in color on Mohawk Superfine and bound in Japanese cloth. Fine as issued. The book went out of print quickly after publication and is uncommon.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1937. The second impression of the first US edition. Woolf A6b. An uncommon issue In the Albabooks Series, orange decorated binding (by W.A. Dwiggins). Very good, colorful dustjacket spine sunned and a little marked.
Milano: Longanesi (1963). The first Italian ediiton of Corvo's classic. Fine in fine jacket. Woolf D10.
Iowa City: Typographic Library (1975) 4to. Soft cover. The second edition of this facsimile letter, limited to only 50 copies. Inscribed by Donald Weeks, the owner of the original letter, to Anthony Reid in the year of publication. Not in Woolf. One sheet folded and laid into plain blue card wrappers. The five illustrations by Rolfe have been redrawn and reduced. A fine copy.
London (1977). Hardcover. Edited by M. J. Benkovitz. One of the special edition of 45 numbered copies specially bound and printed on Basingwerk Toned Parchment. The regular edition consisted of 350 copies. A near fine copy.
London: Victim Press (1972). Facsimile of the first edition of Corvo's first publication (2 copies). Laid into the card folder with illustration by Goor, and including the card prospectus and the "Bon-Victim" card. Very good.
Holborn (1972). Soft cover. Number 33 of 200 numbered copies. Fine in fine envelope.
Holborn (1972). Reprint of a piece originally written in 1888. One folded sheet printed in three colors. One of 200 copies printed. Fine in the original printed envelope, with ex-libris of Alex. Bridge on Envelope, along with his signature.
London: Bertram Rota (1972). A series of letters written by Corvo between 1903-1911, with several facsimiles. Edited by Corvo's biographer, Donald Weeks, with copious notes at rear. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. One of 500 numbered copies.
Asphodel Editions: North Pomfret. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 153pp. The first compilation of the photographic works of Frederick Rolfe (Baron Corvo). One of 200 numbered copies printed in color on Mohawk Superfine and bound in Japanese cloth. Fine as issued. The book went out of print quickly after publication and is uncommon.