Lot 99 of 431:
Three collections of Bernard Darwin articles  

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Lot closed - Sold For:$270
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Three collections of Darwin articles published by the Dormy House Press
Author:
Darwin, Bernard
Place:
Washington, TX
Publisher:
Dormy House Press
Date:
Various dates
Description:

Includes:

  • Introductions by Bernard Darwin. Being an Anthology of his Writings as Introductions to Books Mainly by Other Authors. A proof copy from an edition of 50 copies of the Subscriber's Editions. 2012.
  • The Wind on the Heath. A Collection of Bernard Darwin Essays from The Times, 1930. One of 145 copies. 2013
  • Bound for St. Andrews. A Collection of Bernard Darwin Essays from the Times, 1920-1929. 2014. One of 150 copies.

Three octavo volumes, finely printed, illustrated and bound. Each with a custom slipcase by Ron Muszalski. Signed by the editors, contributors, etc., where called for.

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Condition:
Fine.
 
Item number:
290037
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