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5 volumes from the Limited Editions Club  

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Five illustrated volumes of world literature from the Limited Editions Club
Various places
Limited Editions Club
Various dates

5 illustrated volumes. (4to) various binding, each with slipcase. Various limitations. Includes:

  • Brecht, Bertolt. The Threepenny Opera. Signed by Jack Levine (illustrator) and Eric Bentley (introduction). No. 787 of 2000 copies. Newsletter laid in. 1982.
  • Colette. Break of Day. Illustrated and signed by Francoise Gilot. No. 787 of 2000 copies. Newsletter laid in. 1983
  • Hesse, Hermann. Steppenwolf. Illustrated and signed by Helmut Ackermann. No. 787 of 1600 copies. 1977.
  • Turgenev, Ivan. The Torrents of Spring. Signed by illustrator Lajos Szalay. No. 787 of 1600 copies. 1976. 
  • Villon, Francois. The Lyrical poems of Francois Villon. Translations by Swinburne, Rossetti, Henley, Payne, and Leonie Adams. Illustrated and signed by Howard Simon. No. 787 of 2000 copies. 1933.

5 handsomely presented limited volumes, all signed by the artists.

Lot Amendments
Light wear to slipcases; volumes fine.
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