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    Limited Edition Signed by Robert Frost

    Robert Frost. West-Running Brook. New York: Henry Holt and Company, [1928].

    First edition. Number 909 of 1,000 copies specially printed and bound, numbered and signed by the Frost on the limitation page. Octavo. Fifty-eight pages. Illustrated with four woodcuts, with tissue guards, each signed in pencil at the bottom by the artist, J. J. Lankes.

    Quarter green buckram with gilt spine titles over decorative paper boards illustrated with autumn leaves. Top edge gilt. Other edges uncut. No slipcase. Minor wear to the spine ends, corners, and bottom edge. Previous owner's gift inscription on the front free endpaper. Overall, a very good copy of a rare, signed Frost collection.

    Frost's fifth collection of poems, and the only book of Frost's to include signed woodcuts by Lankes, one of America's premier woodcut artists.

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    February, 2010
    11th-12th Thursday-Friday
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