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The Ring and the Book. In four: BROWNING, Robert.

BROWNING, Robert.

Published by London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1868-9 (1868)

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Item Description: London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1868-9, 1868. 4 volumes, foolscap octavo (166 × 102 mm). Contemporary reddish-brown morocco by Holloway, spines gilt-lettered in two compartments, others with gilt quatrefoil ornaments and small corner-pieces, boards ruled in gilt with a two-line fillet, board-edges gilt with a floral roll tool, turn-ins gilt with a palmette roll, gilt edges. Housed in a dark brown cloth slipcase. Spines a little darkened and gilt faded in places, sides a little marked in the grain, endpapers browned from turn-ins, still an excellent set. Bookplates of Frederick Locker. First edition, presentation copy to Frederick Locker-Lampson, a very early presentation between the two poets, if not the earliest. Each volume is inscribed by Browning at the head of the title page. The first volume is inscribed "Frederick Locker from his friend RB. Dec: 6 '68." The second and third, "Robert Browning to his friend Frederick Locker", undated. The fourth is inscribed "To F. Locker Esq. With repeated assurance of the true regards of Robert Browning. 91. Victoria Street. Feb. 27 '69." Laid into the first volume is a six-line poem in Browning's autograph on Athenaeum Club stationery, beginning "Here you behold us, Eve & Adam " which remains apparently unpublished. On 6 July 1874 Locker married his second wife, the children's writer Hannah Jane Lampson, whose surname he added to his own. He gave these volumes to her as an engagement present, noting the fact on the blanks facing the inscribed titles. In the first volume, he has written, "Transferred to J.L. 5 May 1874. F.L. Robert Browning was the donor, Janie Lampson is the owner." His inscription in volume II reads, "Transferr'd to Jane Hannah Lampson", initialled by him and with the same date. Volume III has a similar inscription, "Transferr'd to H. Jane Lampson", also initialled, but with the following day's date; as does volume IV, now just "Jane Lampson", and with the jocular couplet added below: "I'm Jane's! I belong to her own dear self! Read, and return me to yonder shelf." A fine association copy of Browning's magnum opus, charmingly re-presented by Locker to his second wife. The book remained in their library, known as the Rowfant Library after Locker's home in Sussex, until the library was sold to an American bookseller in 1905 and dispersed. Ashley I, 120-21; Barnes RB 19; Rowfant Library, p. 143 ("Presentation copy, with autograph inscription in each volume and autograph poems inserted in Vols 1 and 4"); Sterling 89; Tinker 425; Wise, Browning, pp. 27-8. Bookseller Inventory # 70124

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Collection comprised of;] THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS;: Rackham, Arthur, Illus.]

Rackham, Arthur, Illus.] Moore, Clement C; Ruskin, John; Rossetti, Christina; and Browning Robert

Published by London George C. Harrap & Co 1931; 1932; 1933; 1934 (1934)

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Item Description: London George C. Harrap & Co 1931; 1932; 1933; 1934, 1934. Together four volumes. First Editions, First Printings and each being the vellum bound SIGNED LIMITED EDITION, signed by Arthur Rackham and numbered. Limited to 550 copies (Moore), 575 copies (Ruskin), 410 copies (Rossetti), and 410 copies (Browning). Each book with four fine colour plates and other fine decorations printed in various colours or in black throughout by Arthur Rackham. 8vo, publisher's original de luxe flexible vellum bindings, each one lettered in gilt on the upper cover, Rackham decorated endpapers printed in various colours, each in the original slipcases, three of which with printed paper labels hand-numbered. The set now housed together in a fine custom folding box backed in rust morocco featuring four faux spines with raised bands and fine gilt lettering and tooling. 36pp, 48pp; 46pp; 45pp. Each book is essentially as mint and pristine inside and out, the slipcases well preserved with only minimal evidence of age. The Rossetti is apparently an out of sequence copy, signed by Rackham and with its number blocked out. FIRST EDITION, LIMITED SIGNED ISSUE OF EACH OF THESE CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM. ALL IN AN UNUSUALLY FINE STATE OF PRESERVATION, A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE ALL FOUR OF THESE ANNUAL LIMITED EDITION PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER. Harrap had made arrangements with Rackham to publish two books a year beginning in 1931. Each year there would be one long book and one short one. Collected here are the four short books. In 1931 Clement Moore’s classic Christmas poem received first class treatment by Arthur Rackham, and would be the only one written by an American. This no doubt explains why the copies of the limited edition reserved for America sold out quickly. In England it is considered to be the best known American poem. 1932 brought out John Ruskin's "Golden River". This story is told in the form of a medieval legend, and the illustrations are delightfully expressive of this spirit. It is the only one of the four written in prose. GOBLIN MARKET is a narrative poem by Christina Rossetti. She told her publisher, that the poem, often interpreted as having features of sexual imagery, was not meant for children. However, in public she stated that the poem was intended for children, and went on to write many children's poems. With illustrations both bursting with happiness and sufficiently frightening, fans of this master illustrator were not disappointed with THE PIED PIPER. It remains one of the best of Rackham’s shorter works and perhaps the finest rendition of Browning’s classic yet produced. Bookseller Inventory # 27254

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BROWNING, Robert.

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Item Description: 1864. BROWNING, Robert. Dramatis Personae. Rebound in full brown morcco, gilt, a.e.g., with marbled endpapers, by Bedford. London:Chapman & Hall, 1864. First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title to "Mr. & Mrs. Benzon from theirs affectionately, ever Robert Browning, May 25'60." A fine copy. Bookseller Inventory # 48306

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The Works of Robert Browning, 10 volumes: Browning, Robert; introduction

Browning, Robert; introduction by F. G. Kenyon

Published by Smith, Elder, and Co. (1912)

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Item Description: Smith, Elder, and Co., 1912. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. 10 Volume. Centenary Edition. Limited edition, No. 16 of 526. One on 26 copies on Japanese vellum. Signed letter to Mrs. (George Henry) Boughton by Robert Browning tipped in to Volume I, dated (18)88, with address stamped to head of letter: 29. De Vere Gardens. Bound in issued tree calf leather. Restoration to spine, joints and hinges. Gilt spine and rule. Gilt inlay to front and inside boards. Inside board bound in fine maroon leather. TEG. Good bindings and covers. Clean, unmarked pages. Ships daily. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. Signed. Bookseller Inventory # 1506110144

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The Ring and the Book: Browning, Robert

Browning, Robert

Published by Smith, Elder and Co, London (1872)

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Item Description: Smith, Elder and Co, London, 1872. 4 vols. Small 8vo. Second edition. Second edition. 4 vols. Small 8vo. Browning's Masterpiece, Inscribed. Inscribed by Browning to Ernest Benzon on the first flyleaf, "Ernst Benzon Esq, from his very affectionately Robert Browning." German-born Ernst Benzon, a partner in the steel manufacture Vickers Sons & Company, was a patron of Browning and others, including Wilkie Collins, Felix Mendelssohn and George Eliot. In the summer of 1871, Browning stayed with the Benzons in Little Milton, their Scottish estate in the hills above Loch Tummel. The present volumes were likely presented by Browning in appreciation. Mrs. Benzon later gave Browning a gift of £1,860 worth of railway stock. Barnes RB 19; Sterling 89; Tinker 425; Wise, Browning pp. 27-28; Ashley I, 120-121 Full olive morocco gilt, a.e.g., by Bedford. Front joint of vol. I repaired, else fine. In custom cloth slipcase. Bookplate of William Harris Arnold. Bookseller Inventory # 300889

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Browning, Robert

Published by Smith, Elder and Co., London (1871)

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Item Description: Smith, Elder and Co., London, 1871. 1/2 Leather Over Marbled Board. Book Condition: Fine. These twenty-four volumes of the works of Robert Browning were published seperately between 1871 and 1885 by Smith, Elder and Company in London. Of the set, twenty-two are first editions, the others are very early printings. Following a venerable tradition of fine book collecting, a set of uniform bindings has been created especially for these booksL an original, yet classic design in period style -- half leather over marbled boards. A thoroughly distinctive marbling pattern, created by a unique chemical process, perfectly sets off the olive-green leather spines decorated with exceptionally fine gilt tooling among five raised bands. Two leather labels on spine, one black and one darker green, complete the overall design. Without a doubt this is one of the finest modern bindings we have seen. Bookseller Inventory # 022369

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The Poetical Works: BROWNING, Robert

BROWNING, Robert

Published by Smith Elder & Co., London (1888)

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Item Description: Smith Elder & Co., London, 1888. hardcover. Book Condition: fine. One of 250 large paper sets. 17 volumes. 5 engraved plates on india paper, mounted. Tall 8vo, full contemporary maroon morocco by Stikeman, gilt spines, inner dentelles. London: Smith Elder & Co. 1888-1894. A fine set. Bookseller Inventory # 178630

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BROWNING, Robert

Published by Chapman & Hall, London (1864)

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Item Description: Chapman & Hall, London, 1864. Dust Jacket Condition: resend this item. 8vo, original embossed cloth Spine lightly faded, inner hinges strained as usual, some marginal pencil scoring to text, otherwise a very good copy with a rare inscription. Preserved in a half-morocco slipcase. First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title to "Mrs Grant Duff from Robert Browning, May 30, '64". Mrs. Duff was an acquaintance of Browning's; some copies of several letters from him to her are laid in. Comprised of eighteen poems, this was the first book published by Browning after the death of his wife & his return to England after a long residency in Italy. It heralded a renewal of Browning's poetic work after an extended silence. Though in some measure a continuation of his exuberant & eclectic two-volume collection Men and Women, Dramatis Personae, despite its title, is essentially less dramatic than those earlier volumes. Often speaking in propria persona, & addressing contemporary issues in argumentative tones, the poems are notable for their use of colloquial speech. Often in the background is the poet's sorrow at the death of his wife, Elizabeth Barrett, whom he had married in 1846; indeed, the book returns repeatedly & agonizingly to the theme of love, both human & divine. It includes some of Browning's grandest poems before The Ring and the Book - which followed it in 1868; notably, "Caliban upon Setebos", which examines the nature of primitive man, drawing on Darwin's On the Origin of Species, "Rabbi Ben Ezra", enunciating Browning's considered philosophy of life, & the long, skeptical examination of spiritualism, "Mr. Sludge, 'the Medium'". Bookseller Inventory # 12188

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1812-1889., Browning. Robert.

Published by London, New York [etc.] Hodder and Stoughton [1915] (1915)

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Item Description: London, New York [etc.] Hodder and Stoughton [1915], 1915. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Fair. B002WUJDGI. Bookseller Inventory # ASNB002WUJDGIUAC0000

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BROWNING, Robert

Published by George D. Sproul, New York (1899)

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Item Description: George D. Sproul, New York, 1899. hardcover. Book Condition: fine. Limited. Edited by Charlotte Porter and Helen Clarke. 12 volumes, each with a handsome frontispiece and some other plates, all in two states. Thick 8vos, beautifully bound by Trautz-Bauzonnet in contemporary full red morocco with ornate gilt-decorated covers and spines with raised bands; gilt-stamped leather doublures and watered silk endpapers, uncut edges, top edge gilt. New York: George D. Sproul, 1899. The Connoisseurs Edition, number 37 of only 45 numbered copies signed by the Sproul, Porter & Clarke. Two volumes have very minor repair at spine ends but otherwise a fine set in a superior binding, with largely unopened pages. Bookseller Inventory # 237948

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Browning Robert

Published by London Smith, Elder and Co. 1878, 1880 (1880)

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Item Description: London Smith, Elder and Co. 1878, 1880, 1880. Together 2 volumes. The fourth edition of the first volume, the first edition of the second volume. INSCRIBED IN EACH VOLUME BY BROWNING. 8vo, original sienna cloth lettered and decorated in gilt and black. xi, 348; vii, 371, [2]. The first volume has been expertly rebacked to match the original; the second has been recased with some restoration at the spine ends; both have new endpapers and bear the stamp of the College for Working Women. A very good set. AN INSCRIBED PRESENTATION COPY of each volume. The first is inscribed "To the Members of the Working Women's College with Robert Browning's kind regards, Jan. 14 '80." The second volume is inscribed "With Robert Browning's best respects and regards." Presentation copies of Browning's writings are quite scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 8823

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BROWNING, Robert (1812-1889).

Published by Smith, Elder 868-69, London:

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Item Description: Smith, Elder 868-69, London: hardcover. 2 FIRST EDITION of Browning’s famous work, with Roman numerals on Vol. 3’s spine and Arabic on the remaining three. E. M. FORSTER’S COPY, WITH HIS SIGNATURE (twice). WITH A CUT-SIGNATURE TIPPED-IN OF ROBERT BROWNING. The "ring" from this work’s title is the wedding band Browning gave to his wife—after her death, he wore it on a chain around his neck. The book referenced by the title is, according critic Charles Wesley Hodell, a soiled collection of documents relating to a Franceschini murder trial that occurred in Florence in 1698, likely assembled by a lawyer at the time, that Browning purchased in the marketplace of San Lorenzo for 1 lira. PROVENANCE: Edward M. Forster (1879-1970) "was an English novelist, short story writer, essayist and librettist. He is known best for his ironic and well-plotted novels examining class difference and hypocrisy in early 20th-century British society. Forster’s humanistic impulse toward understanding and sympathy may be aptly summed up in the epigraph to his 1910 novel Howards End: ‘Only connect ’. His 1908 novel, A Room with a View, is his most optimistic work, while A Passage to India (1924) brought him his greatest success" (Wikipedia). While Forster did not personally know Browning, as he was still a child at the time of Browning’s death, he held him in high regard. His reading list at King’s College included "Paradise Lost some Kipling, and a good deal of Robert Browning and Christina Rossetti" (Sarker, p. 22). Note: Sherborne School, Dorset, is the same school attended by Alfred North Whitehead, Alan Turing, Lord Swynnerton, John Cowper Powys, Jeremy Irons, Cecil Day-Lewis, etc. Note: Count Guido Franceschini was found guilty of the murders of his young wife Pompilia Comparini and her parents, having suspected his wife of having an affair with a young cleric, Giuseppe Caponsacchi. "The poem is based on a real-life case. Under Roman law at the time, trials were not held in open court but rather by correspondence, whereupon each witness was required to submit a written statement for future adjudication. Browsing in a flea market in Florence in 1860, Browning came across a large volume of these written statements relating to the 1698 Franceschini case, and bought it on the spot. This volume - later known as the Yellow Book, after the colour of its aged covers - struck Browning as an excellent basis for a poem, but he was unable to get any further than the basic idea and often offered it as a subject to other writers, notably Alfred Tennyson, upon which to base a poem or novel. Luckily for posterity, there were no takers, and following his wife’s death and his return to England, Browning revived his old plan for a long poem based on the Roman murder case almost eight years after the idea had first struck him." Hodell, Charles Wesley. An Essay On Robert Browning’s The Ring And The Book. Whitefish, MT: Kessinger, 2006; Sarker, Sunil Kumar. E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India. New Delhi: Atlantic, 2007. 4 volumes. 8vo. [iv], 245, [1], [ads 1]; [iv], 251; [iv], 249; [iv], 245 pp. Occasional light scattered foxing to free end-leaves. Original black-stamped green cloth, gilt-stamped spines, by Harrison [59 Pall Mall, bookseller to the Queen], in quarter gilt-stamped calf over blue cloth slipcase; Vol. 3 rear hinge cracked with light front pastedown soiling, Vols. 1 & 2 hinges cracked. ROBERT BROWNING’S SIGNATURE tipped-in Vol. I opposite title-page. Ownership signatures of W. J. [--- ?] Settle (Sherborne, Dorset, Feb. 21, 1869) and F. Rowlandson. OWNERSHIP SIGNATURES OF E. M. FORSTER Vol. 2 to free front end-leaf and title-page. Attractive copy. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # LV1761

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THE AGAMEMNON OF AESCHYLUS.: Browning, Robert:

Browning, Robert:

Published by London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1877. (1877)

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Item Description: London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1877., 1877. Small octavo. Contemporary dyed calf, spine gilt extra, t.e.g. Binding worn at extremities, but quite sound, shallow loss at crown of spine, internally very good. First edition. Inscribed presentation copy: "The Lord Chief Justice Coleridge from RB. Oct. 16. '77." The recipient, Sir John Duke Coleridge, was the eldest son of John Taylor Coleridge, and in his youth, was an intimate of Arnold and Clough at Oxford. His literary interests carried over into his adult life, manifesting themselves in the assemblage of a distinguished library, strong in the Elizabethans. He served as Chief Justice of the Common Pleas for seven years, until in 1880, he was appointed Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench. Bookseller Inventory # WRCLIT 38252

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Men and Women: Browning, Robert

Browning, Robert

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Item Description: Doves Press, (London), 1908. Johnston, Edward (illustrator). Two large octavo volumes. 192; 200pp. One of 250 copies. Printed in red and black by T. J. Cobden-Sanderson and Emery Walker. This collection of Browning's poems explores the many aspects of love between men and women. The colophon is beautifully inscribed in red "Flourished by Edward Johnston. Decr. 1908." The table of contents shows calligraphic flourishes in blue, green, and red by the master calligrapher. Larger flourishes decorate headings throughout the book, and these conform to the copy described in Tidcombe's bibliography. This set shows the Doves Press at its most ornate, the severe typography being softened to the subject by Johnston's lovely decorations. This title is also notable for being the last book from the Doves Press bearing Emery Walker's name on the colophon. In the original gilt-stamped vellum by the Doves Bindery. Vellum shows natural toning, but is even across both volumes. One leaf in vol. 1 shows even toning, else a fine set. (Tidcombe DP15). Bookseller Inventory # 27086

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Browning, Robert

Published by Fred DeFau and Company, New York (1898)

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Item Description: Fred DeFau and Company, New York, 1898. Leather_bound. Book Condition: Fine. New York: Fred DeFau and Company, 1898. Leather_bound. Twelve volumes. Octavo. The Complete Works of Robert Brownings. The Assisi Edition is limited to one hundred sets which this is number 90, illustrated through-out. Bound in three quarter tan morocco, canvas boards, spine gilt decoration of floral device, gilt titles, raised bands, top edge gilt, decorated endpaper. Bookseller Inventory # 345

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Men and Women: Browning, Robert

Browning, Robert

Published by Chapman and Hall, London (1855)

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Item Description: Chapman and Hall, London, 1855. Book Condition: Fine. First edition. Carter's binding variant "B" with Chapman and Hall in gilt at the base of the spine and other variations in stamping. Two octavo volumes: iv, 260; iv, 241, [iii]; complete. A beautiful, Fine set in the publisher's original blind-stamped green cloth with bright gilt on the spines. Top edge of page blocks a trifle dusty and spines slightly faded, but otherwise fresh and unread. Clan Barclay armorial stamp on the front end paper of each volume and a contemporary owner's name on the title page of volume one. Despite a lackluster reception, this title became one of the author's best known works and a lasting contribution to Victorian poetry. Rare to find in the original cloth and in such Fine condition. Housed in a custom slipcase with chemise. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 1577

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Browning, Robert

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Item Description: Blue Sky Press, Chicago, 1902. First edition thus. Superbly bound by Harriet W. Patterson, American bookbinder, and tooled by Charles McLeish, famed finisher for the Doves Press. Bound in full crushed dark green morocco with all-over geometric triple-ruled squares bordered by four hearts on both covers, spine and inner dentelles. Signed on top and bottom rear dentelle, respectively: "Bound by Harriet W. Patterson" and "Tooled by Charles McLeish." #282 of 400 Copies, initialed by Langworthy, designs by F. Goudy and W.A. Dwiggins. Boards very slightly bowed. A fine copy of a most scarce couplet of binder and finisher. Bookseller Inventory # 2933

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BROWNING, Robert |

Published by New York: Fred DeFau & Company, 1910. (1910)

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Item Description: New York: Fred DeFau & Company, 1910., 1910. The Assisi EditionElegantly BoundBROWNING, Robert. The Complete Works. New York: Fred De Fau & Company, [1910]. Assisi Edition. Limited to 100 numbered sets (of which this is number 11). Twelve octavo volumes (8 1/2 x 5 5/8 in; 218 x 142mm). Photogravure plates throughout, including frontispieces, in two states. Publishers three-quarter brown morocco gilt over brown silk boards, with compartments decorated with green inlaid flowers outlined in gilt and with swooping gilt stems. Top edges gilt. Six volumes mildly and uniformly sunned to warm brown. A fine set. Bookseller Inventory # 02016

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Dramatic Idyls, Second Series: Browning, Robert

Browning, Robert

Published by Smith, Elder,and Co, London (1880)

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Item Description: Smith, Elder,and Co, London, 1880. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Hardcover. FIRST EDITION. AN IMPORTANT PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed "Mrs Proctor, with RB's affectionate regards June 27 '80." Anne Proctor's husband, the barrister and poet Bryan W. Proctor (who wrote under the pseudonym Barry Cornwall), was the dedicatee of Browning's poem 'Columbe's Birthday' (1844). The Proctors were among the Brownings' closest friends. He and John Forster anonymously edited the first selection from Browning's works in the 1860's. Near fine in original brown cloth with gilt title to spine. Light rubbing to edges and corners. There is browning from a paper clip to the top edge of first few pages, else the interior is very clean. 147 pages plus 2 pages of ads. POE/020309. Bookseller Inventory # 21417

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Browning, Elizabeth Barrett and Robert

Published by Chapman & Hall, London (1854)

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Item Description: Chapman & Hall, London, 1854. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. First edition custom rebound in attractive black leather, Near Fine inside and out. FEP shows damage from plate removal. Also has attached provenance letter from the Director of the Browning library in early 1960's confirming book and condition. Bookseller Inventory # 003239

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Browning, Robert

Published by Roycroft Press, East Aurora (1900)

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Item Description: Roycroft Press, East Aurora, 1900. First edition thus. Three-quarterolive green levant, marbled boards, ornately gilt spine with raised bands, marbled endpapers. #19 of 50 Copies Only, printed on Japan Vellum. Hand-illumined by Della Place. Strikingly beautiful illustrations throughout by Lily Ess and embellishments by Samuel Warner, hand-touched gilt ruling, colored throught. One of the most decorative and sought-after of all the Roycroft books. In original felt-lined clamshell box with publsher's printed label. A fine copy in a very good original clamshell box. Bookseller Inventory # 2096

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The Pied Piper of Hamelin: Browning, Robert (Rackham,

Browning, Robert (Rackham, Arthur)

Published by George G. Harrap, London (1934)

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Item Description: George G. Harrap, London, 1934. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. SIGNED/LIMITED EDITION of 410 copies. This copy is authentically SIGNED by Arthur Rackham on the limitation page. The book is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's white vellum cloth. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp. The pages are exceptionally clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A fabulous copy SIGNED by Rackham in collector's condition. We buy Rackham First Editions. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-5307434045

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Browning, Robert

ISBN 10: 0198123566 ISBN 13: 9780198123569

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Item Description: Hardback. Book Condition: Muy Bueno / Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 100000000672266

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Selections from The Poetical Works of Robert: BROWNING (Robert)

BROWNING (Robert)

Published by London Smith Elder & Co. 15 Waterloo Place (1895)

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Item Description: London Smith Elder & Co. 15 Waterloo Place, 1895. 8vo, 172 x 115 mms., pp. xi [xii blank], 288, [4 adverts], bound in silk, in the style of an "Arts and Crafts" binding, with title in central panel on front cover, embroidered with leaves and ribbons, and decorated with silver wire and tiny pearls, rear cover plain silk; end-papers foxed, half-title removed, hinges very slightly cracked, slightly frayed and top and base of spine, edges also very slightly frayed, small pieces of wire missing from front cover, but still a very good copy. Browning (1812 - 1899) provides a preface dated 14 May 1872. The binding probably dates from no later than the beginning of the 20th century. Bookseller Inventory # 7922

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Browning, Robert

ISBN 10: 0198118937 ISBN 13: 9780198118930

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Men and Women.: TAUNTON, Ethel.) BROWNING,

TAUNTON, Ethel.) BROWNING, Robert.

Published by London: J. M. Dent, [1899] (1899)

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Item Description: London: J. M. Dent, [1899], 1899. Small octavo (149 x 92 mm). Contemporary red-brown morocco by Ethel Taunton (her dated monogram gilt to rear turn-in), raised bands to spine forming compartments, titles to second and third gilt, remaining compartments decoratively tooled in gilt, two-line gilt frame to covers enclosing intricate central quatrefoil enclosing smaller trifoils composed of green onlays elaborated in gilt, dotted cornerpieces gilt, front cover additionally with initials "S. & K. B." gilt to centre, all edges gilt, twin rules to turn-ins gilt, blue endpapers. Extremities very lightly rubbed, spine faintly sunned, a few mild scuffs and marks to covers. A very good copy. Photogravure portrait frontispiece, title page printed in red and black with woodcut border. Handsomely bound in the Art Nouveau style by Ethel Taunton, a pupil of pioneering craft bookbinder Douglas Cockerell, the design here reflecting his "simple vocabulary of flowers and leaves and scrolling lines into roundels, panels, and arabesques that echo[ed] the proportions and structure of the book" (ODNB). Taunton worked with Cockerell at his workshop in Gilbert Street (later Gilbert Place), Bloomsbury, for six months. She then spent a year and a half back at her family home in Tadworth, Surrey, binding for friends and local booksellers, before returning to London and establishing her own bindery in Marloes Road, Kensington. Her first assistant was Miss G. Wallbrand Evans, who may have been trained at the Guild of Women Binders in Hampstead. She then took on Winifrid Stopes, younger sister of Marie. Taunton gave up binding soon after and Winifrid bought some of her equipment. Cockerell started as an apprentice to T. J. Cobden-Sanderson at the Doves Bindery in Hammersmith in 1893. He moved to Denmark Street in 1897, Gilbert Street in 1899, and then Ewell, Surrey in 1902, a few miles from Taunton's home in Tadworth. Bookbinding became a common activity among upper-class women with the growth of the Arts and Crafts movement in the late 19th century. Cockerell in particular had a number of female pupils, "who found opportunities in craft bookbinding denied them in the trade, where women were confined to sewing" (ODNB). The date of the present binding identifies it as one of the earliest Taunton would have produced. Tidcombe, Women Bookbinders 1880-1920, pp. 169-70. Bookseller Inventory # 112125

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Browning, Robert

Published by Houghton Mifflin ca 1906, Boston (1906)

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Item Description: Houghton Mifflin ca 1906, Boston, 1906. Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. Illustrated (illustrator). Octavo, Gilt lettered and decorated cover and spine. Not dated, but inscription is dated 1906. Bound in green morocco. A lovely set with notable provenance linking two pioneering women golfers. Vol. I is inscribed, "To / Georgianna Millington Bishop / from / Elsa Alexander Enos." Bishop (1878-1971) won the U.S. women's amateur championship at Merion in 1904. She was inducted into the Connecticut Golf Hall of Fame after winning its state champtionship four times in the 1920s.Enos (1865-1962) was also from Connecticut, and she served as president of the Women's Golfing Association of America. 2800+ total pages. Volumes measure 8 by 5. 25 inches. Marbled endpapers. Ribbon page markers. Spines lightly sunned. Minimal wear and rubbing. All bindings sound and tight. Apart from the inscription, no signatures or bookplates. An attractive, well-preserved set with direct association to two important early figures in women's golf. Robert Browning (7 May 1812 - 12 December 1889) was an English poet and playwright whose mastery of dramatic verse, especially dramatic monologues,made him one of the foremost Victorian poets. At a dinner party on 7 April 1889, at the home of Browning's friend the artist Rudolf Lehmann, an Edison cylinder phonograph recording was made on a white wax cylinder. In the recording, which still exists, Browning recites part of "How They Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix" (and can be heard apologizing when he forgets the words). When the recording was played in 1890 on the anniversary of his death, at a gathering of his admirers, it was said to be the first time anyone's voice "had been heard from beyond the grave." Near Fine Set [Complete in Six Volumes]. Bookseller Inventory # 025542

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BROWNING, Robert

Published by George D. Sproul, New York (1891)

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Item Description: George D. Sproul, New York, 1891. hardcover. Book Condition: very good(+). Edited by Charlotte Porter and Helen Clarke. 18 volumes. Handsome frontispiece portrait. 8vo, handsomely bound in contemporary 3/4 brown morocco; ornate gilt-decorated spines with raised bands (lightly rubbed), marbled boards, top edge gilt. New York: George D. Sproul, 1891. The Arno Edition, one of 1250 numbered copies signed by the publisher. A very good(+) set. Bookseller Inventory # 227019

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RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator | BROWNING, Robert |

Published by London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1934. (1934)

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Item Description: London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1934., 1934. An Immaculate CopyOf The Signed Limited Edition[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. BROWNING, Robert. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. London: George G. Harrap & Co.,[1934]. Limited to 410 copies, signed by Arthur Rackham, this being copy no. 45. Octavo (9 1/8 x 6 inches; 232 x 152 mm.). 44, [1], [3, blank] pp. Four color plates and fourteen drawings in black and white (including one double-page). Original full limp vellum lettered in gilt on front cover. Top edge gilt. In the original publisher’s cardboard slipcase with matching limitation number on spine. A very fine copy in the publisher's original glassine wrapper (with a just a few small chips at edges). The Pied Piper of Hamelin was a magician in German folklore. According to legend, the town of Hamelin was plagued by rats. A mysterious stranger in varicolored clothes appeared and offered to rid the town of the destructive vermin for a specified sum of money. The leaders of the town agreed to the contract, and the stranger began to play his pipe. The rats came swarming from the buildings and followed him to the River Weser, where they drowned. But when the town leaders refused to make the agreed payment the Pied Piper returned once more to play his pipe. This time, however, it was all the children of the town whom he enchanted and lured away to vanish behind a door in the Koppenberg hill. Robert Browning told the story in his poem The Pied Piper of Hamelin in 1842.Latimore and Haskell, p. 71. Riall, p. 186. Bookseller Inventory # 02427

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Browning, Robert

ISBN 10: 0198123175 ISBN 13: 9780198123170

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Item Description: Hardback. Book Condition: Muy Bueno / Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 100000000680695

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