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    For the Love of Books

    William Loring Andrews. Three Books About Books, including: William Loring Andrews. Among My Books. New York: De Vinne Press, 1894. Signed with initials of the author on limitation page and limited to 38 copies of which this is number 24. Very good. [and:] William Loring Andrews. Gossip About Book Collecting. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1900. First edition limited to 125 copies on Holland paper. Twp volumes. A near fine set. [and:] [Oscar Wilde]. Some Letters from Oscar Wilde to Alfred Douglas 1892-1897 [Heretofore Unpublished]: With Illustrative Notes by Arthur C. Dennison, Jr., & Harrison Post and an Essay by A. S. W. Rosenbach, Ph.D. San Francisco: Printed for William Andrews Clark, Jr. by John Henry Nash, 1924. First edition limited to 250 copies of which this is number 167. A very good copy.

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    William Loring Andrews. Three Books About Books, including: William Loring Andrews. Among My Books. New York: De Vinne Press, 1894. Signed with initials of the author on limitation page and limited to 38 copies of which this is number 24. Octavo. 32 pages. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt titles on front and spine. Lightly rubbed extremities with faint darkening along top edge. Lacking publisher's slipcase. A very good copy. [and:] William Loring Andrews. Gossip About Book Collecting. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1900. First edition limited to 125 copies on Holland paper. Two octavo volumes. 97; 101 pages. Each volume laid into two jackets, both showing darkening along spines, and housed in publisher's paper slipcase. A near fine set. [and:] [Oscar Wilde]. Some Letters from Oscar Wilde to Alfred Douglas 1892-1897 [Heretofore Unpublished]: With Illustrative Notes by Arthur C. Dennison, Jr., & Harrison Post and an Essay by A. S. W. Rosenbach, Ph.D. San Francisco: Printed for William Andrews Clark, Jr. by John Henry Nash, 1924. First edition limited to 250 copies of which this is number 167. Publisher's quarter vellum with green boards and gilt stamped spine. Lightly rubbed with a small chip at spine head. Housed in custom chemise and slipcase, with detached end. A very good copy.



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