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    Nine Volumes from the Domer V. Dougherty
    D.H. Lawrence Collection

    M. A. Cote, illustrator. SIGNED/LIMITED. D.H. Lawrence. 20 Poems. Illustrated by M.A. Cote. Hampstead, 1959. "This is number 20 of an original edition limited to 65 copies." Signed "M.A. Côté/ Hampstead./ 6th May 1959." -[From limitation leaf]. Twenty blue paper folders with a stylized phoenix device on front covers, each with a poem by D.H. Lawrence and a signed silkscreen by M.A. Cote. Unbound as issued, housed in a yellow decorated folder with paper label on spine, which itself is in a matching slipcase. Light discolorations around edges of folder covers, some image offset onto the text from artwork, occasional soiling or smudges, small stain on limitation leaf. Slipcase with light shelf wear. [together with]: Love Poems and Others by D.H. Lawrence. London: Duckworth and Co., 1913. Publisher's blue binding with gilt titles to front cover and spine, blind stamped device on rear board. Covers soiled, spine sunned. [and:] Look! We Have Come Through! By D.H. Lawrence. London: Chatto & Windus, 1917. Pink cloth covered boards with title label on spine. Cloth lightly bubbled up from boards, spine faded and title label chipped. [and:] Birds, Beasts, and Flowers. Poems by D.H. Lawrence. London: Martin Secker, [1923]. In original printed dust jacket with Martin Secker's book list on flaps. Publisher's binding with paper title label to spine. Binding lightly rubbed and soiled, pages with occasional foxing and smudges. Dust jacket soiled, toned, edge worn and torn with minor paper losses. [and:] Pansies. Poems By D.H. Lawrence. [1929]. [Unexpurgated, "Definitive edition" -Roberts, A47 e.] Stiff pink paper covers with title in black on front cover and phoenix device on rear cover in torn glassine wrapper. Covers lightly faded or toned, edge wear and light soiling, front hinge starting. [and:] Nettles. By D.H. Lawrence. London: Faber & Faber Limited, [1930]. "Criterion Miscellany - No. II". Some unopened pages. Red cloth with gilt title on spine. [and:] D.H. Lawrence's The Triumph of the Machine. Drawings by Althea Willoughby. London: Faber & Faber Limited, 1930. "This large-paper edition, printed on English hand-made paper, is limited to four hundred copies. This is Number 203". Paper covered boards darkened and soiled. [and:] Last Poems by D.H. Lawrence. Florence: G. Orioli, 1932. Limited edition of 750 copies, of which this is copy number 417. Phoenix device on front cover, paper title label on spine. Binding lightly scuffed and stained, small paper tear at head of spine, corners bumped. [and:] The Ship of Death and Other Poems. By D.H. Lawrence with Wood Engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton. London: Martin Secker, [1933]. Frontispiece and twelve illustrations. Cloth backed paper covered boards with title label on spine. Nine volumes in overall very good condition.
    Each volume with bookplate on front pastedown: "From the Library of Domer V. Dougherty/ D.H. Lawrence Collection."

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