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    James Joyce. [Henri Matisse, illustrator]. Ulysses. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1935. LEC edition, limited to 1,500 copies, of which this is number 1,103, and signed by Matisse. Large quarto (11.75 x 8.75 inches; 298 x 222 mm.). [xviii], 382 pages; twenty-six plates inserted throughout. Publisher's brown buckram, decoratively stamped in gilt on spine and front cover, from a design by Le Roy Anderson. In the original pictorial slipcase. Cloth spine barely toned; very minor occasional rubbing to binding. Spine of slipcase toned; some light wear, thumbsoiling, and a few short tears to slipcase. Some ink soiling to slipcase. A nearly copy in a very good slipcase. Slocum and Cahoon 22. From the James C. Seacrest Collection.

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    March, 2018
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