the second state with the publisher's name in upper and lower case at the foot of the spine. bookplate, and clipping affixed to front fly, and very slightly warped else a very good copy in original greenish ribbed cloth. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Celtic Twilight: Men and Women, Dhouls ...
Publisher: Lawrence and Bullen
Publication Date: 1893
Book Description Lawrence and Bullen., London., 1893. Book Condition: Very Fine. Yeats’s 4th Book. p.p.xii-212. 1 page of ads preceding the half title. Tissue guarded frontis The Last Gleeman by John B. Yeats. Original olive green cloth, gilt title on spine. Very fine tight copy. Bookseller Inventory # 616_13
Book Description Lawrence & Bullen, London, 1893. First Edition. Very good indeed in the original olive green ribbed cloth, the variant binding with the Publisher's name in lower case at foot of spine and blind- stamped logo on rear board, hint of wear to extremities, some very light scattered foxing but in general a clean tight example of this scarce early Yeats title. Bookseller Inventory # 73118
Book Description Lawrence and Bullen, London, 1893. Narrow 8vo, frontispiece by J. B. Yeats, original olive-green ribbed cloth, publisher's device stamped in blind on the back cover, 1page of publisher's ads. Spine a shade sunned, 1898 ownership signature of William Gibson, a neat 21-line holograph quotation from the June 1899 issue of the Atlantic Monthly on rear free endpaper, otherwise a fine copy. Spine a shade sunned, 1898 ownership signature of William Gibson, a neat 21-line holograph quotation from the June 1899 issue of the Atlantic Monthly on rear free endpaper, otherwise a fine copy First edition, first binding with publisher's name in uppercase at foot of spine. Wade 8. This collection's poems and many of its essays are published here for the first time in book form. Bookseller Inventory # 21952
Book Description Lawrence and Bullen,, London:, 1893. (YEATS, J[ohn] B[utler]). THE CELTIC TWILIGHT. Men and Women, Dhouls and Faeries. With a Frontispiece by J[ohn] B[utler] Yeats. Sixteenmo, green cloth, spine stamped in gilt (with publisher's imprint at base of spine in capital letters), pp. xii, 212, illustrated (with a frontispiece by John Butler Yeats). Inscribed, and signed, by John B. Yeats to Rosa Butt (on the half-title page): "Rosa Butt from J. B. Yeats," and with Rosa Butt's neat pencil ownership signature on front flyleaf. Rosa Butt was the daughter of Isaac Butt, the Home Rule Leader, for whom John Butler Yeats worked, while training for the Bar, prior to becoming an artist. A fine association copy; John Butler Yeats painted a portrait of Rosa Butt, which hangs in the Yeats Museum at the National Gallery of Ireland. William Butler Yeats won the 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature. Spine is moderately browned, with few small chips at crown, middle edge, and at base of spine, causing slight loss to gilt stamping (publisher's imprint) at base of spine, covers have light wear at corners, front flyleaf has uneven offset tanning, with narrow chip at fore-edge, front hinge has short closed tear at top edge. A good to very good copy, with the binding tight and sound, text fresh and clean. First edition, first issue binding [Wade 8]. Bookseller Inventory # 67008