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    Gertrude Stein. Two Limited First Editions. Plain Edition, 1930; The Banyan Press, 1950.

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    Gertrude Stein. Two First Editions. Includes: Dix Portraits. [Paris: Plain Edition, 1930]. This is the first trade edition, printed on Alfa paper, and does not contain the illustrations of the signed editions, but was printed at the same time. Limited to 400 numbered copies (numbered 101-500). Quarto. 85 pages. Original printed wrappers and glassine jacket. Pages are uncut. Glassine is toned, with edgewear. Over-opened in some places. Very good. [and:] Things as They Are. [Pawlet, Vermont: The Banyan Press, 1950]. First edition, limited to 516 numbered copies, of which this is number 489. Although this title was published considerably later, it was the first book Stein worked on. The book was later released under the title Q.E.D. Octavo. 88 pages. Publisher's brown cloth over boards with paper spine label. Boards somewhat soiled. Spine label worn. Very good.



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    April, 2014
    2nd Wednesday
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