• Author: [Wilde, Oscar].

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The Library of William Andrews Clark Jr., Wilde and Wildeiana. Collated and Compiled by Robert Ernest Cowan and William Andrews Clark Jr....
San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1922. 2 vols., 4to, xiv, 98; 105, (1, colophon)pp. Blue-gray paper over boards with green cloth spine and paper label on backstrip. Blue-gray paper slip case, badly split. Limited to 100 copies numbered from 51-150: this is #57. Vol. 1 is Poems, Plays, and Wildeiana;... more


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The Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr., Wilde and Wildeiana, Oscar Wilde Reproduced From a Portrait Made by an Unknown Artist.
San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1923. Slim 4to, [8]pp. With a color frontispiece portrait of Wilde. Original blue-gray paper over boards with green cloth back strip. Paper label on backstrip. Blue-Gray paper covered slipcase. Fine. Limited to 50 copies of which this is 41. A supplement to Clark’s catalogues of... more


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Collector’s Choice.
San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1960. 8vo, 48pp. In cream-colored wrappers with printers' logos in red, title in black. Covers lightly soiled, spine sunned. Very good. First edition. "An exhibit of representative examples from the collections of members of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco held in the Palace of the... more


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Hearn and his Biographers: The Record of a Literary Controversy.
San Francisco: The Westgate Press, 1930. 8vo, 111pp. With facsimiles of original letters and documents. Original decorated cloth-backed boards with paper label on spine. Inlaid Grabhorn label in small manilla envelope: “From the Library of Robert Grabhorn, 1900-1973, Printer.” A very good copy. One of 350 copies printed at the... more


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A. M. B. Some Aspects of His Life and Times Begun in Playful Mood for his Entertainment on his 75th Birthday and now Completed for his Sorrowing Friends as a token of Remembrance and Affection.
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1941. Blue paper over boards with line back strip and paper label. 4to, [viii], (14) pp. Frontispiece portrait of Bender is a reproduction of an etching by Max Pollak, title page and decorations printed in blue and black ink, 2 black-and-white photographic portraits of Bender... more


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A Woman of No Importance.
London: John Lane at the Bodley Head, 1894. Small 4to, [xiv], 154, [1] pp. Original salmon buckram, covers with gilt-stamped decorations, gilt top, backstrip lettered and stamped in gilt, scattered foxing, a lovely copy enclosed in a quarter blue morocco slipcase. First edition (though there were 15 copies printed for... more


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An Ideal Husband.
London: Leonard Smithers, 1899. 8vo, 213, (1, imprint)pp. Original salmon cloth stamped in gold, one corner creased, slightest of soiling to covers, ink signature at front “Winifred M.F. Carritt Christmas 1900”. Blue quarter morocco slipcase. First edition, one of 1000 copies. “Although Wilde's third play opened in 1895, it was... more


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The Two Deaths of Oscar Wilde. The Leaflet Number Two November 1930.
San Francisco: Helen Gentry, 1930. 12mo, printed self-wrappers, (15)pp. Unopened, as new. A scarce little pamphlet based on material suggested by Wilbur Macey Stone who had it from the New York Sun, January 18, 1914. ... more


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The Ballad of Reading Gaol by C.3.3.
London: Leonard Smithers, 1898. Slim 8vo, [4]. 31ff. Printed on hand-made paper on one side of the page only. Original quarter white buckram, mustard boards, backstrip lettered in gilt, a good copy slightly soiled and backstrip browned. Quarter blue morocco slipcase. First edition, one of 800 copies on handmade paper.... more


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