Lot 172 of 253:
Signed by Robinson Jeffers & Ansel Adams  

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Jeffers, Robinson

San Francisco

Book Club of California



[1], xii, 49, [1] pp. Photographic portrait frontispiece of Jeffers by Ansel Adams, signed by Ansel Adams beneath. Introduction by B.H. Lehman. Initials by Valenti Angelo. (8vo), green buckram, printed paper spine label, slipcase. No. 173 of 310 copies printed by the Grabhorn Press.

Landmark Grabhorn Press edition of the poems of Robinson Jeffers, signed by both the author (in ink) on the limitation page and by Ansel Adams (in pencil) beneath the photographic portrait frontispiece. The initials are printed in orange-red and were designed by Valenti Angelo. A beautiful production. GB 110; BCC 31.

Lot Amendments

Light wear to slipcase with some splitting to bottom edge; light fading to volume's spine; about near fine in very good slipcase.

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