Lot 12 of 428:
John Barth from Lord John Pres  

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Six signed and limited editions by John Barth from the Lord John Press

Barth, John

Northridge, CA

Lord John Press

Various dates



  • Todd Andrews to the Author: A Letter from Letters. No. 46 of 50 copies specially bound in full leather, spine lettered in gilt. 1979.
  • Another issue of preceding. Cloth-backed patterned boards. No. 156 of 300 copies. 1979.
  • The Literature of Exhaustion and The Literature of Replenishment. No 39 of 100 copies specially bound in full linen. 1982.
  • Another issue of preceding, Red cloth. No. 13 of 300 copies. 1982.
  • Don't Count On It: A Note on the Number of The 1001 Nights. No. 16 of 50 copies specially bound in purple cloth pictorially stamped in gilt. 1984.
  • Another issue of preceding. Two-tone cloth pictorially stamped in gilt. No. 131 of 150 copies. 1984.

Each signed by the author in the colophon.

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All in fine condition.

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