The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956.

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The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956. Covers
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The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956. Covers
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The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956. Title Page
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The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956. Imprint
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The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956. Ownership Mark
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The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956. Example of Text and illustrations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Lycian Shore. Freya Stark. 1956. Example of Illustrations

Stark, Freya. The Lycian Shore. London, John Murray. 1956. 1st Edition. 8vo. Blue boards, gilt titles to spine and front, faded, especially in spine area. Dust wrapper unclipped but chipped and torn at edges and two thirds of the dust wrapper spine missing. Pp 204. Title page vignette by Reynolds Stone and including 12 pages of black and white photographs, drawing in the text by the author and folded map of Turkey and the eastern Mediterranean area. All pages and illustrations tight, bright and clean. Booksellers label of L Simmons/Fleet Street on front pastedown. Neat ownership mark in pencil on front free endpaper “Izzard/Beirut/June 1956. This person could be Ralph or Molly Izzard. Ralph Izzard a journalist who spent many years in Beirut had also been involved in Naval Intelligence and acquainted with Ian Fleming. His wife Molly was a wartime FANY and later went on to use her inquisitive skills to study the works of Freya Stark completed a very interesting biography of Stark. A book with perhaps more than one interesting story to tell.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item. 

Cat. No. 93730 £50

 

 

Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937.

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Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937. Binding

 

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Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937. Title Page.
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Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937. Example of E N Prescott Illustration.
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Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937. Provenance
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Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937. Example of E N Prescott Illustration.
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Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937. Example of Illustration.
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Baghdad Sketches. Freya Stark. 1937. Sketch Map

Stark, Freya. Baghdad Sketches. London, John Murray, 1937. 1st London Edition. 8vo. Green cloth, gilt titles to spine and author’s signature in gilt to front. pp xiv + 269pp. Including 57 black and white photographic illustration, 10 drawings by E N Prescott and a double page sketch map of Iraq and surrounding area, on green card. Binding a little bumped at edges and cloth a little scratched. Laid on front free endpaper is a printed paper from John Murray with the publishers compliments and contemporary typed “Sent at Miss Stark’s instructions.” Above this in pencil is the signature of H de Gaury/Easter 1942. On the facing front pastedown is the armorial book plate of Gerald de Gaury. Gerald de Gaury was a friend of Freya Stark and an experienced traveller, photographer, Arabist and diplomat. A good book with an interesting provenance.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item. 

Cat. No. 93728 £40

 

 

Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961.

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Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961. Binding

 

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Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961. Title Page
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Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961. Provenance

 

 

 

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Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961. Imprint

 

 

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Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961. Example of marginalia
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Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961. Example of Text and Image
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Dust in the Lion’s Paws. Freya Stark. 1961. Example of Text and Image

Stark, Freya. Dust in the Lion’s Paws. London, John Murray. 1961. 1st Edition. 8vo. Hardback, green coloured cloth, gilt titles to spine, gilt authors signature to front. Pp297 with black and white photographs within text and full page sketch map of the Middle East. Lacks dust wrapper. Laid on front pastedown is a card printed “With the Author’s Compliments”, also, armorial bookplate of Gerald de Gaury. There is some marginalia on pages 66,113, 117 in ink and on back endpaper in pencil, in the hand of de Gaury; commenting on various aspects of the text. Some light marks on the front cover and rust residue from a paperclip on the front free endpapers. Print is strong and binding is tight. Gerald de Gaury, friend of Freya Stark was an experienced traveller, photographer, Arabist and diplomat and perhaps his remarks reflect his view on the situation recorded in this Freya Stark autobiography. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93724 £40

 

East is West. Freya Stark. 1945.

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East is West. Freya Stark. 1945. Covers.
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East is West. Freya Stark. 1945. Title Page East is West.
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Freya Stark. 1945. Example of Illustrations.

Stark, Freya. East is West. London, John Murray, 1945. 1st Edition, first impression. 8vo. Hardback Turquoise blue cloth covers, gilt titles to spine, gilt authors name to front. Lacks dust wrapper. Pp218, including eighty four black and white photographs, many full page and full page map on green card. With ownership mark on front free endpaper of “H de Gaury/9.45”. Gerald de Gaury, friend of Freya Stark was an experienced traveller, photographer, Arabist and diplomat. Covers a little bumped at edges, all pages and illustrations in clean and bright order throughout. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93723 £30

Selected Prose. David Gascoyne. 1998.

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Selected Prose. David Gascoyne. 1998 Selected Prose.
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Selected Prose. David Gascoyne. 1998 Selected Prose. Binding
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Selected Prose. David Gascoyne. 1998. Authors inscription.
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Selected Prose. David Gascoyne. 1998. Title Page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gascoyne, David. Selected Prose. London, Enitharmon Press, 1998. 1st Edition. 8vo. Hardback, blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Unclipped dustwrapper. Pp462. A collection of pieces regarding the likes of W.H. Auden, Salvador Dali, Lawrence Durrell, T.S. Eliot, Paul Eluard, Max Ernst, Man Ray, Henry Miller, Graham Sutherland, Humphrey Jennings, Julian Trevelyan and Vernon Watkins. This book is inscribed on the front free endpaper by the author to A Gaby G. [Goldscheider]/ en toute amitie/David Gascoyne/IeW (IOW) 10.X.98. Gaby Goldscheider was daughter of Phaidon’s co-founder Ludwig Goldscheider and a close friend of David and Judy Gascoyne. A notable book, with an interesting provenance, in fine order throughout.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.
Cat. No. 93713 £50

 

 

Journal 1936-1937. Death of an Explorer. Leon Chestov. David Gascoyne. 1980.

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Journal 1936-1937. Death of an Explorer. Leon Chestov. David Gascoyne. 1980.
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Journal 1936-1937. Death of an Explorer. Leon Chestov. David Gascoyne. 1980.Binding
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Journal 1936-1937. Death of an Explorer. Leon Chestov. David Gascoyne. 1980.Author’s inscription.

 

 

 

 

 

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Journal 1936-1937. Death of an Explorer. Leon Chestov. David Gascoyne. 1980. Title page

 

 

 

 

 

Gascoyne, David. Journal 1936-1937. Death of an Explorer. Leon Chestov. London, Enitharmon Press. 1980. First Edition, Inscribed by author. 8vo. Hardcover, brown cloth, gilt titles to spine. Unclipped dustwrapper, designed by Julian Trevelyan. Pp144. Inscribed by author on front free endpaper to Gaby Goldscheider/en toute amitie/David Gascoyne/IOW 10.X.90. Gaby Goldscheider was daughter of Phaidon’s co-founder Ludwig Goldscheider and a close friend of David and Judy Gascoyne. A little light wear to edges of dustwrapper other wise in fine order throughout. 1361 copies printed. Benford A15a. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93711 £50

Indian Journals. Allen Ginsberg. 1974.

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Indian Journals. Allen Ginsberg. 1974. Front Cover.
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Indian Journals. Allen Ginsberg. 1974. Covers.
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Indian Journals. Allen Ginsberg. 1974.Title page and Author’s Signature
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Indian Journals. Allen Ginsberg. 1974. Example of Illustrations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ginsberg, Allen. Indian Journals/ March 1962 – May 1963. Dave Haselwood Books City Light Books. 1st Edition, third printing October 1974. 8vo. Illustrated soft cover. PP210, pp1 Publishers Ads. Light age tone to covers. Binding tight. All paged tight, bright and clean. Signed on title page by author and dated Hamburg ’83. Ginsberg undertook a European tour in 1982 – 83 as part of UNESCO’s War on War campaign, he travelled through France, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Germany. Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 93677 £60

 

 

Mind How You Go. Edward Blishen. 1997

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Mind How You Go. Edward Blishen. 1997
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Mind How You Go. Edward Blishen. 1997. Inscription.

 

 

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Mind How You Go. Edward Blishen. 1997. Dustwrapper.
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Mind How You Go. Edward Blishen. 1997. Connected Ephemera
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Mind How You Go. Edward Blishen. 1997. Imprint.

Blishen, Edward. Mind How You Go. London, Constable,. 1997. 1st Edition. 8vo. Blue Hardcover, silver titles to spine, with unclipped dustwrapper. Pp249. The printed dedication in this book is to Sim and Arnold Rattenbury and for Nick Taylor. Printed posthumously, there is a handwritten inscription on the front free endpaper by his widow Nancy. “For Sim and Arnold, dear/ friends to whom this book/ is dedicated in love and friendship. From Nance. Also included, loose, is a letter from Nancy Blishen to Arnold and Sim Rattenbury and some contemporaneous reviews of the book including one written by Nicholas Tucker, which, from the letter written by Nancy was not accepted by a newspaper. She writes of the comments she has received from people about the book and of the Newspapers ….” ‘Oh, I did love Mind How you Go. There is no admonishment of Edwards astonishing powers of selection and description. The wit is, if anything, even greater. Our battles with age and deterioration of our tiresome bodies are superbly described. I kept on giving little yelps of recognition’. So b!gg!r the Guardian AND the Independent And the Times!!!!” A fine book with a fine provenance.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 92759 £40

The Penny World. Edward Blishen. 1993.

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The Penny World. Edward Blishen. 1993

 

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The Penny World. Edward Blishen. 1993. Title page
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The Penny World. Edward Blishen. 1993. Imprint.
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The Penny World. Edward Blishen. 1993. Authors inscription

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blishen, Edward. The Penny World. Mandarin. 1993. 1st Edition, paperback. 8vo. Pp258, 4pp publishers ads. A little light wear to spine, otherwise in excellent, tight, bright and clean condition. With author’s inscription on half title page “To Sim and Arnold/ from Edward/ (blazing with Cove)/ August 1993. The dedication is to Arnold and Sim Rattenbury to whom he was later to dedicate his last book ‘Mind How You Go’, published posthumously in 1997. I also have available ‘Mind How you Go’ with an inscription to the Rattenburys’ from Blishen’s widow Nancy.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 92758 £35

A Donkey Work. Edward Blishen. 1983.

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Donkey Work. Edward Blishen. 1983
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Donkey Work. Edward Blishen. 1983. Dustwrapper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Donkey Work. Edward Blishen. 1983. Binding.
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Donkey Work. Edward Blishen. 1983. Authors Inscription
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Donkey Work. Edward Blishen. 1983. Title Page
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Donkey Work. Edward Blishen. 1983. Imprint

Blishen, Edward. Donkey Work. London, Hamish Hamilton. 1983. 1st Edition. 8vo. Black hardback, gilt titles to spine. With unclipped dustwrapper designed by Edward Blishen. Pp249. Dustwrapper binding and pages all in near fine condition. Inscribed on front free endpaper “To Sim and Arnold/ – in memory of Hyola/ & anticipation of Ffestiniog/ from/ Edward/ 1988. The dedication is to Arnold and Sim Rattenbury to whom he was later to dedicate his last book ‘Mind How You Go’, published posthumously in 1997.  Please contact me at enquiries(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)rozhulse.com if you would like to more about this item.

Cat. No. 92757 £40