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    Aldous Huxley. Apennine - Limited Signed Edition. Gaylordsville: The Slide Mountain Press, 1930.

    Special edition of "Ninety-one copies printed and bound by James & Hilda Wells," of which this is number 13, signed by Aldous Huxley. Quarto. Pages unnumbered. Huxley's one-page poem accompanied by one full-page illustration by George Macrum. Tipped to title page is an Erratum sheet, consisting only of the letter "O" (rather embarrassingly, Aldous Huxley's name was misspelled as "Aldus on the title page).

    Bound in gold and red patterned foil-covered boards; cloth backstrip with paper label. Handmade paper. A fine copy in lightly chipped glassine wrapper. In foxed and darkened pictorial slipcase.


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    October, 2008
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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