Lot 215 of 426:
49 pochoir illustrations  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
The Branch of the Hawthorne Tree
Author:
Gibbon, Monk
Place:
London
Publisher:
The Grayhound Press
Date:
1927
Description:

83, [5] pp. With 49 pochoir designs over black printed illustrations, including title page, by Picart Le Doux. 25.5x16.5 cm (9¾x6½,") original self wrappers and printed jacket, with colored vignette scene on front cover. No. 223 from an edition limited to 460 copies. First Edition.

Publisher’s prospectus, laid in. "In Picart Le Doux, known in France as the illustrator of Verlaine, the publishers have found the ideal collaborator—an artist whose inspiration is as lyrical as Mr. Gibbon's own." - from prospectus.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Small bump at lower front fore-edge corner; near fine.
 
Item number:
310823
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