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Lord Jim: Conrad, Joseph

Conrad, Joseph

Published by William Blackwood and Sons, London & Edinburgh (1900)

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Item Description: William Blackwood and Sons, London & Edinburgh, 1900. 1 vols. 8vo. First edition, one of 2105 copies. First edition, one of 2105 copies. 1 vols. 8vo. INSCRIBED TO CUNNINGHAME GRAHAM. First edition, presentation copy, inscribed by Conrad on the front free endpaper: "To R.B. Cunninghame Graham, affectionately from the Author." Conrad's superb novel of the east, inscribed to a cherished and influential friend, R.B. Cunninghame Graham sometime, M.P., rancher, author, aristocrat and socialist, upon whose knowledge of South America Conrad drew while writing Nostromo. "His appearance and South American travels made him the model for Charles Gould in Nostromo, the greatest novel by his friend Joseph Conrad. (He had been prompt to hail the Polish-born novelist, and their friendship extended from 1897 until Conrad's death in 1924. The essay 'Inveni portum' is a moving obituary.) He contributed elements to Etchingham Granger, the central character in The Inheritors (1901), by Conrad and F. M. Hueffer" (ODNB).In 1899, Conrad had initially intended to dedicate the volume of stories containing Heart of Darkness to Cunninghame Graham, but when published, as Youth and Other Stories, that book was dedicated to Conrad's wife Jessie. Conrad later dedicated Typhoon to Cunninghame Graham. "A particularly sustaining friendship was with R. B. Cunninghame Graham, the aristocratic socialist and adventurer" (ibid). Smith 5; Cagle A5a(1); Keating 25; Connolly 100; Wise 7 Original green decorated cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Minor rubbing to extremities, spine discolored with gilt dulled; front hinge starting but sound, Eugene Plunkett bookplate and his notation of this book's number in his library above, and unobtrusive Henry Sotheran & Co. Bookseller label on front pastedown offset to facing flyleaf, ownership inscription above bookplate dated 1901, few penciled notes at rear. Bookseller Inventory # 305757

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JAMES, HENRY (CONRAD, JOSEPH)

Published by Methuen, London (1900)

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Item Description: Methuen, London, 1900. First edition, author's presentation copy, inscribed on the half-title: "To Joseph Conrad / Henry James / Sept 10th 1900". A major modernist association, and one that links the two male subjects of F.R. Leavis's 'The Great Tradition'. "So many qualities do the two writers share", wrote another critic, "that it is possible to think of Joseph Conrad as Henry James for people who prefer to read about the out-of-doors." They first met in February 1897, when James was 53 and Conrad fourteen years his junior, and remained life-long friends. In a letter to John Quinn, after James's death in 1916, Conrad remarked that: "I had a profound affection for him. He knew of it and he accepted it as if it were something worth having. At any rate that is the impression I have. And he wasn't a man who would pretend. What need had he? . . . even if he had been capable of it?" Conrad always wrote to James in French, addressing him as "Cher Maitre" and choosing the language of Flaubert, the writer to whom both were devoted. `The Soft Side' is particularly notable for several short stories about the artistic life in which James portrays the modern novelist as a figure isolated by his Flaubertian dedication to artistic form. Apart from this collection of stories and `The Sacred Fount', the sale catalogue of Conrad's library (Hodgson's; March 13th 1925) lists just two other books with an inscription from James, only one of them a work by James himself. In return for a flattering presentation copy of `An Outcast of the Islands', James inscribed a copy of `The Spoils of Poynton' thus: "To Joseph Conrad in dreadfully delayed but very grateful acknowledgement of an offering singularly generous and beautiful, Henry James, Feb. 11, 1897". The other title was Pierre Loti's `Impressions', to which James had contributed an introduction. A very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 18914

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Conrad, Joseph

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York (1915)

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Item Description: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York, 1915. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing with the scarce First Issue dustjacket. This TRUE FIRST EDITION, published by Doubleday in America, precedes the English edition. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has the publisher's $1.35 printed price present on the spine with light wear to the edges. The book is in excellent condition and is bound in the publisher's original blue cloth. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy seldom seen with this scarce American dustjacket in collector's condition. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-5828312852289050322

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Under Western Eyes.: CONRAD, Joseph.

CONRAD, Joseph.

Published by London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1911 (1911)

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Item Description: London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1911, 1911. Octavo. Original red linen-grain cloth, spine lettered and decorated in gilt. Custom red morocco-backed slipcase and chemise, spine lettered in gilt. Spine lightly faded, untrimmed edges of text-block a little spotted, an excellent copy. First edition, presentation copy to John Galsworthy and his wife, Ada, inscribed on the front free endpaper, "To Jack and Ada with love from J. C. 1911". Conrad first met Galsworthy in 1893 on the sailing-ship Torrens. Galsworthy, bound for Cape Town, boarded the ship at Adelaide and encountered its first mate, the future novelist, angry and black with coal dust; the two writers became lifelong friends. Under Western Eyes is the last book in the astonishing sequence of novels that constituted Conrad's major phase, beginning with The Nigger of the "Narcissus" (1897), taking in Lord Jim, Youth, Typhoon, Nostromo, The Secret Agent, and "The Secret Sharer". "With Under Western Eyes he even dared to challenge (and arguably surpassed) Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment" (ODNB). Bookseller Inventory # 48397

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An Outcast of the Islands. [Together with]: CONRAD, Joseph.

CONRAD, Joseph.

Published by London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1896 (1896)

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Item Description: London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1896, 1896. 2 works, octavo. An Outcast of the Islands: original green cloth, titles to spine and top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed. Housed in green quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Free Rum on the Congo and What It Is Doing There: original red cloth, title to front cover and spine gilt, black rules to front cover, floral endpapers, all edges marbled. Binding a little rubbed and marked, endpapers tanned. A very good copy. First edition, first impression of An Outcast of the Islands, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Mr. W. T. Hornaday with the Author's most friendly regards. 22 March, 1896". Hornaday (18541937) was an American zoologist and conservationist who is credited with the preservation of a number of species including the North American bison. He helped found the Smithsonian National Zoo and in 1896 was made the director of the New York Zoological Park. Hornaday was the author of ten books, and one of his earliest published works was Free Rum on the Congo and What It Is Doing There (1887), a copy of which accompanies the present item. His work subsequently appeared alongside Conrad's in American literary magazines. How Hornaday and Conrad met is apparently unrecorded but their paths may have first crossed in Malaysia during the 1880s. The inscription is dated two days before Conrad's wedding in London. The publication of the Outcast had been delayed owing to a fire which destroyed the printer's stereo-plates, and the book came out on 4 March 1896. Conrad sent out the first copies on 10 March. Contemporary presentation copies of Conrad's early novels are rare. Bookseller Inventory # 63484

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FIVE INSCRIBED COPIES TO SIR ROBERT JONES: CONRAD, JOSEPH

CONRAD, JOSEPH

Published by Dent -1925 (1912)

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Item Description: Dent -1925, 1912. Collection of four first editions and one later. Arrow of Gold, Twixt land and sea, A personal record (later edition) The Rescue , Tales of Hearsay. Four inscribed by Conrad, one by his widow. One copy in special full leather Ramage binding with accompanying letter from the author showing that he has arranged to have this copy bound up.(have not been able to locate any inscribed copies speciacally bound for author) The Arrow of Gold First edition 1919Full green crushed Morocco. Boards oblong blind stamped with gilt floral motifs banded gilt lettered spine. Inner gilt dentelles with binders "Rammage" stamp, Aeg. Green mottled end papers. Bookplate of Surgeon Sir Robert Jones verso of front free endpaper.Bold black ink signature to half title "To Sir Robert Jones from his most grateful Joseph Conrad 1919" Clean slightly cropped copyAccompanying letter folded with slight horizontal tear to fold [oswalds/Bishopsbourne/Kent - Blue Head note paper]Printed Telegram address to left also in BluePencil date Nov 22 8 Nov .19Dear Sir Robert,A few days ago I dispatched to you/a bound copy of The arrow of Gold -the book/of my 60th year. It had lost its chance/ of being read by you [at] sea on your out-/ward passage because of the binders who, were an unconscionable time in executing the order./Pray give it a home on your shelves in the / assurance of the author's gratitude and affection.My wife wrote to you about three weeks ago to/report her condition. The radiograph of the knee/was dispatched yesterday. I am sorry to say/ that since we came into this house the/pain and [worry] of the limb have increased./[it] may be that she exerted herself a/ little too much during the move; though every/ care was taken to spare her every necessity for / undue efforts [erasure] for the last week or so especially/ she has had very bad nights being unable to find/ a restful position. The painful sensations extend now/ high up the muscles of the thigh.May I make a request ? Will you be good,enough to let me know, as soon as it is quite/ convenient to you the approximate date of the / operation and also the locality [&] the home in/which you wish her to be placed. I am coming/ with her , of course, with my son, who is going/ to see us both through the ordeal, and my wife's/ personal maid, a great favourite whom she/wishes to have near her. The finding of suitable/ lodgings at a convenient distance from the nursing/ home may take a few days. I must also make/ arrangements for the journey in advance.Believe me dear Sir Robert , always / affectionately yoursJoseph Conrad(2) Twixt Land and sea First Edition J.Dent 1912Olive green publisher's cloth. Black lettered front board gilt lettered spine. Pp. 264 Light scattered foxing to text. Light small stain to top front right front board extremity. Boldly inscribed to front free end paper "To Mr & Mrs Watson* / with great regard/ Joseph Conrad/ [flourish]/Dec 1921*Mrs Watson was Sir Robert Jones' DaughterOpposite glued on to front board is a hand written crd address by Conrad's Wife Jessie"Dear Mrs WatsonI send you one of the books/I promised you. I received/ by this afternoon's post. It was/ found in Paris. It brings/ you my love and very/sincere good wishes to, you all. [ Forgive haste?] / may I sign myself/ affectionately Jessie Conrad.".(3) A personal record Joseph Conrad J M Dent 1919 EditionGreen publisher's lettered in brown/gilt front boards and spine. Pp. 256. Slight foxing. Bookplate of Orthopedic Surgeon Sir Robert Jones. Bold black ink signature to front free end paper"To Sir Robert Jones/ with deep and affectionate regard/ Joseph Conrad/ Dec 1919 [flourish](4) The Rescue Joseph Conrad First edition J M Dent 1920Dark green publisher's cloth pp 416 Binding slightly scewed and some splitting inner back hinge but tight clean copy. Slight damage to side of front free end paper. Bookplate of "Sir Robeert Jones" inner front board, Bold black ink signature to front free end paper "Sir Robert Jones/ with the grea. Bookseller Inventory # 22978

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THE WORKS: BINDINGS - STIKEMAN).

BINDINGS - STIKEMAN). CONRAD, JOSEPH

Published by Doubleday, Page & Co 1920-26, Garden City and New York (1920)

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Item Description: Doubleday, Page & Co 1920-26, Garden City and New York, 1920. 222 x 152 mm. (8 3/4 x 6"). 22 volumes (without the two volumes of "Life and Letters" published in 1928). Sun-dial Edition. ONE OF 735 COPIES, SIGNED BY CONRAD. FINE--AND ESPECIALLY FLAMBOYANT--LILAC MOROCCO, ELABORATELY GILT, BY STIKEMAN, covers panelled with single and double gilt fillets and intricate scrolling foliate cornerpieces, raised bands, spine attractively gilt in ruled compartments with marine ornaments (seashell or anchor) as centerpiece and with scrolling cornerpieces, CRIMSON MOROCCO DOUBLURES, the front doublures with a central panel of blue morocco, wide turn-ins with alternating floral tools, doublures decorated with wavy gilt lines and (at corners) floral bouquets, blue central panels with a large gilt sailing vessel at middle, watered silk endleaves, morocco hinges, all edges gilt. Frontispiece portrait. WITH AN AUTOGRAPH POSTCARD SIGNED BY CONRAD tipped in at front (see below). Also with the signature of Richard Curle (author of "Joseph Conrad, a Study" and many other critical works), written next to his printed name as the dedicatee of Volume 16. Spines uniformly faded to an even chestnut brown, a hint of rubbing to a handful of joints and corners (only), one opening in one volume with marginal spots, but QUITE A HANDSOME SET IN FINE CONDITION, the text virtually pristine, the covers bright, and the wear to the leather entirely minor. Polish-born Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) led a roving life as a sailor aboard French and British ships trading in exotic ports of Asia, South America, and Africa before he began his career as a novelist with "Almayer's Folly" in 1895. He wrote in English, in a style sometimes characterized as "impressionistic," with a phenomenal command of the language, despite not having learned it until he was an adult. Conrad's stories of the sea fascinate the reader not only for their remote settings and adventurous plots, but also for their psychological veracity and investigaton of moral issues, typified by the structurally innovative novel "Lord Jim" and the novellas "The Nigger of the Narcissus" and "Heart of Darkness," the latter describing a journey up the Congo. Although many of his works are set on the seas or on faraway islands, "Nostromo" is the account of political intrigue in a small South American state, and "Under Western Eyes" is a suspenseful story of a secret agent among Russian revolutionaries. This set was bound by one of America's best. According to the catalogue of the Frederick Maser Collection, during the period from the retirement of William Matthews to the establishment of the Club Bindery, there was no better binder in America than Henry Stikeman, who exhibited "extraordinary skill . . . in design, inlaying, and tooling." The present volumes have an outward appearance not unlike other bindings by Stikeman, but the doublures, with their bold color combination and animated decoration, depart from his more traditional designs. Dated 4 June, the tipped-in postcard of some 140 words is from Conrad to his agent, James Brand Pinker. The message alludes to an apparent automobile breakdown, which prompts Conrad to apologize to Pinker for having to experience "the boredom and horrors of hanging about the roads miles from anywhere." Also mentioned in the postcard is the arrival of Hugh Walpole, who had appeared at 10 the previous evening and seems still to be in bed. Between the set's considerable shelf attractiveness, the limited and signed nature of the edition, and the additional autograph material, this is an item of very special appeal. Polish-born Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) led a roving life as a sailor aboard French and British ships trading in exotic ports of Asia, South America, and Africa before he began his career as a novelist with "Almayer's Folly" in 1895. He wrote in English, in a style sometimes characterized as "impressionistic," with a phenomenal command of the language, despite not having learned it until he was an adult. Conrad's stories of the sea fascina. Bookseller Inventory # ST11370

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Conrad, Joseph

Published by J. M. Dent, London (1912)

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Item Description: J. M. Dent, London, 1912. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition. This copy is SIGNED by Joseph Conrad on a laid in signature. This First Edition has the second issue point with "Seven" corrected by hand. An attractive First Issue dustjacket that has the 6/- printed price present on the spine of the dustjacket. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has slight wear to the edges. The book is in excellent condition. The binding is tight, with NO cocking or leaning and the boards are crisp with minor wear. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy SIGNED by the author. We buy Joseph Conrad First Editions. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-14741635819

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Conrad, Joseph

Published by V.p. [Unwin, Heinemann, Methuen, etc.], London (1917)

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Item Description: V.p. [Unwin, Heinemann, Methuen, etc.], London, 1917. 20 vols. 8vo. First editions or first London editions. First editions or first London editions. 20 vols. 8vo. 'My biggest creative effort' : Conrad to his American publisher. Choice collection of the great novelist's work, with three titles warmly inscribed to Nelson Doubleday, who in 1923 was a vice president in the family firm. His father, F.N. Doubleday, had been Conrad's American publisher since 1913 (largely on the initiative of Alfred A. Knopf, who got his start as a young employee of Doubleday). Doubleday père helped pull strings when the outbreak of war found the Conrads in Austrian Poland. Conrad had completed writing Victory on 28 June 1914, and with his family had embarked on a tour of the continent. Through the intervention of the American ambassador in Vienna, they reached Italy just ahead of orders to intern Conrad.Conrad "was in constant demand both in England and in America. Yet when he finally visited America in 1923, it was only because Doubleday made it impossible for him to resist" (Karl, p. 850). They stayed at the Doubleday estate in Oyster Bay and the Doubleday firm were instrumental in the realization of the uniform editions of Conrad's works (including the Sun Dial, Deep Sea, and Memorial Editions).The inscribed books are:Nostromo (Harper, 1904), inscribed "My biggest creative effort. signed with loved for Patty and Nelson Doubleday Joesph Conrad"Almayer's Folly (Unwin, 1895), "signed for my find friends Patty and Nelson Doubleday with the greatest regard, Joseph Conrad"Victory (Methuen, 1915) Inscribed with quotation: "For P & N Doubleday '. seeking for his glance in the shades of death.' p. 410 Affectionately, Joseph Conrad"And also including:An Outcast of the Islands (Unwin, 1896)Tales of Unrest (Unwin, 1898)The Nigger of the "Narcissus". A Tale of the Sea (Heinemann, 1898)Lord Jim. A Tale (Blackwood, 1900)The Inheritors. An Extravagnt Story (Heinemann, 1901) with Ford Madox HuefferYouth: A Narrative and two other stories (Blackwood, 1902)Typhoon and other stories (Heinemann, 1903)Romance. A Novel (Smith, Elder, 1903) with Ford Madox HuefferThe Mirror of the Sea. Memories and Impressions (Methuen 1906)The Secret Agent. A Simple Tale(Methuen, 1907)A Set of Six (Methuen, 1908)Under Western Eyes (Methuen, 1911)'Twixt Land and Sea. Tales (Dent, 1912)Some Reminiscences (Eveligh Nash, 1912)Chance. A Tale in Two Parts (Methuen, 1914)Within the Tides. Tales. (Dent, 1915)The Shadow Line. A Confession (Dent, 1917). Provenance: Patty and Nelson Doubleday, and by descent (bookplate of Nelson Doubleday) Half tan morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for E.P. Dutton, t.e.g. Fine (occasional toning to pages). Bookseller Inventory # 306467

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CONRAD, JOSEPH.

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Item Description: London: Dent, 1912, 1912. First Edition; third issue binding stamping (with "Seven" corrected in type). Some foxing; top of spine cloth just a little chipped; nearly a fine copy in the rare dust jacket, which has some small marginal chips and a waterstain (barely darker than the brown dust jacket) on the bottom third of the spine, just extending into the bottom of the front and back panels; tissue strengthening inside the front fold; overall, despite these imperfections, an excellent copy. With "A Smile of Fortune," "Freya of the Seven Isles," and most significantly, "The Secret Sharer.". Bookseller Inventory # 16635

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KUCHEL, Charles Conrad and DRESEL, Emil (lithographers) - Joseph BRITTON & Jacques Joseph REY (printers).

Published by [San Francisco]: A. Roman & Brother. 1856. (1856)

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Item Description: [San Francisco]: A. Roman & Brother. 1856., 1856. Single sheet (18 2/8 x 24 inches, full margins, showing the plate-mark). A FINE lithographed view of Yreka with original hand-colour in full and heightened with gum arabic. This iconic view of the gold-mining town of Yreka in California is from "Kuchel & Dresel's California Views" which included "all the important cities and mining towns, with a few of Oregon and Washington, issued during 1855, 1856, 1857, and 1858. They were sometimes published by a local merchant, often the bookseller [as here]. Many of them were framed by a border of views of important buildings, ranches, and mines in and about the town portrayed." (Peters page 142). Kuchel was born in Zweibrucken in 1820, and when he arrived in America work initially for P.S. Duval in Philadelphia. He began collaborating with Dresel in 1853. Kuchel and Dresel capture a birds-eye view of this bustling Gold Rush town just a few years after the first discovery of gold and its founding. As such it is a remarkable and important historical record of the times. Initially named "Thompson's Dry Diggings" "Gold was discovered here in March 1851 by Abraham Thompson, member of a party which was enroute from Oregon to Scott Bar. Following a heavy rainstorm, particles of gold in the roots of grass pulled up by pack animals caused Thompson to wash three pans of gravel. The results convinced the party that the area was rich enough to work. In the party were Dr. F. G. Hearn, Judge Silas J. Day and a Mr. Bell, Thompson's partner. All staked claims on these flats thirty feet square, and it was named "Thompson's Dry Diggings". Within six weeks 2,000 prospectors rushed here to mine, but the need of water caused the settlement to move to the creek. And it became known as Shasta Butte City. This name being confused with Shasta, in Shasta County. Was changed to "I-E-K-A," The Indian word for Mt. Shasta. "Now Yreka" in 1852" (Plaque at site of Thompson's discovery of gold). Peters, "California on Stone", pages 143 and 146; see Streeter 2787. Catalogued by Kate Hunter. Bookseller Inventory # 72edv50

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KUCHEL, Charles Conrad and DRESEL, Emil (lithographers) - Joseph BRITTON & Jacques Joseph REY (printers).

Published by [San Francisco: ?Fagg & Feast, 1856]. (1856)

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Item Description: [San Francisco: ?Fagg & Feast, 1856]., 1856. Single sheet (17 4/8 x 25 inches, full margins, showing the plate-mark). A FINE lithographed view of Weaverville (a bit browned). This fine view of Weaverville in California is from "Kuchel & Dresel's California Views" which included "all the important cities and mining towns, with a few of Oregon and Washington, issued during 1855, 1856, 1857, and 1858. They were sometimes published by a local merchant, often the bookseller [as here]. Many of them were framed by a border of views of important buildings, ranches, and mines in and about the town portrayed." (Peters page 142). Kuchel was born in Zweibrucken in 1820, and when he arrived in America work initially for P.S. Duval in Philadelphia. He began collaborating with Dresel in 1853. Kuchel and Dresel capture this early large-scale bird's-eye view of the Gold Rush town of Weaverville, and it is the earliest recorded in Reps, "Views and Viewmakers of Urban America" (443). Weaverville was only founded in 1850 during the Gold Rush, and attracted a large proportion of Chinese miners. "Weaverville owes its origin to the rush into northwestern California, which the discoveries of Pearson B. Reading started. By the summer of 1851 it was a thriving mining center, inhabited largely by Missourians, and had a reputation of being the roughest camp in California. And for years afterwards this reputation held. William H. Brewer was in Weaverville in September, 1862. He.comments on the high cost of freights, and says further: 'Sluices run through the town. There are multitudes of Chinese. There are twenty-eight saloons and liquor holes in the place and fighting and gambling are favorite pastimes.' Today Weaverville, Trinity's county seat since its organization, is a quiet and prosperous town with extensive interests in gold mining" Watson "California in the Fifties" (40). Peters, "California on Stone", pages 143 and 146; see Streeter 2787. Catalogued by Kate Hunter. Bookseller Inventory # 72edv52

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CHANCE: A TALE IN TWO PARTS.: Conrad, Joseph.

Conrad, Joseph.

Published by Metheun (1914)., London: (1914)

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Item Description: Metheun (1914)., London:, 1914. Book Condition: Near Fine. First edition. Considered his break-through novel -- Conrad went from an author with smallish sales and a discriminating audience to a best-seller with a huge audience with this book -- CHANCE is unusual among Conrad's novels for its female main character and focus on social issues surrounding feminism and financial speculation. Second issue, as usually seen, with cancel title-leaf dated 1914 on verso (the first issue, with integral title leaf dated 1913 on verso, is rare). This copy with 8-page catalog dated Autumn 1913, as called for, without advertisement for Arnold Lunn's THE HARROVIANS on p.6 (indicating it is the the earliest printing of the catalog). Followed by a 32-page publisher's catalog dated September 1913 and with another "Autumn 1913" catalog laid in (4-page, different contents than above). Cagle calls for a 32-page catalog dated "July 1913" and makes no note of a 4-page catalog, laid in or otherwise, possibly making this copy unique or scarce at least. Original green cloth with spine lettering in gilt. Bookplate of Henry Pennell Frank on front pastedown. Near fine with only scattered foxing and the barest wear on the tips, most likely due to the fact that it has been protected by the original, first-issue dust jacket (with "6/-" on spine). Dust jacket front and rear panels about complete but spine chipped at both head and tail, and old tape reinforcement on verso of front flap fold and spine hinges. A very scarce jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 53774

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CONRAD, Joseph

Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, NY (1920)

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Item Description: Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, NY, 1920. SUNDIAL EDITION. Some of the titles in red and black. This edition is limited to 735 copies of which ours is No. 58. The first volume is signed by the author. This edition has 4 extra volumes whereas the English equivalent was published in only 20 volumes. Contemporary half navy morocco over blue linen, boards ruled in gilt, spine in 6 compartments, decorated with ships and anchors in gilt. A superb set in the finest condition. Bookseller Inventory # 10949

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KUCHEL, Charles Conrad and DRESEL, Emil (lithographers) - Joseph BRITTON & Jacques Joseph REY (printers).

Published by [San Francisco]: A. Roman & Brother. 1856. (1856)

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Item Description: [San Francisco]: A. Roman & Brother. 1856., 1856. Single sheet (13 2/8 x 18 6/8 inches). A FINE lithographed view of Shasta, with original hand-colour in full. This fine view of Shasta in California is from "Kuchel & Dresel's California Views" which included "all the important cities and mining towns, with a few of Oregon and Washington, issued during 1855, 1856, 1857, and 1858. They were sometimes published by a local merchant, often the bookseller [as here]. Many of them were framed by a border of views of important buildings, ranches, and mines in and about the town portrayed." (Peters page 142). Kuchel was born in Zweibrucken in 1820, and when he arrived in America work initially for P.S. Duval in Philadelphia. He began collaborating with Dresel in 1853. Kuchel and Dresel capture this bird's-eye view of Shasta, in Shasta County, California only a few years after it was created as one of the original counties of California in 1850. In 1852 parts of the county's territory were given to Siskiyou County, and later to Tehama County in 1856. Named after Mount Shasta which in turn is from the English equivalent for the name of an Indian tribe that once lived in the area. Peters, "California on Stone", pages 143 and 145; see Streeter 2787. Catalogued by Kate Hunter. Bookseller Inventory # 72edv51

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THACKERAY, William Makepeace, Anthony Trollope, George Eliot, Wilkie Collins, Elizabeth Gaskell, George Meredith, Robert Louis Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle, Henry James, Joseph Conrad, John Ruskin, Matthew Arnold, et al.

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Item Description: Smith, Elder and Co.; John Murray, London, 1933. Hardcover. Magazine. 105 bound volumes and 98 individual issues in wrappers. Octavos. A long run from 1860--1933 of this famous Victorian literary magazine known for debuting the works of many important English writers. The set includes volumes 1-29 (January 1860-June 1874), 34-114 (July 1876-December 1916), and volumes 125-129 (January 1922-June 1924) bound in contemporary publisher's cloth or full linen boards. Also included are 98 monthly issues (numbers 337-450) in the original printed wrappers (July 1924-December 1933, lacking July 1930, and May, November, and December 1931). Among the many complete works included in this long run are the first appearances of *Framley Parsonage*, *The Claverings*, and two other novels by Trollope, as well as Thackeray's *The Adventures of Philip* and his complete column: "Roundabout Papers." Other works from the 1860s include *Romola* by George Eliot, *Wives and Daughters* by Elizabeth Gaskell, *Armadale* by Wilkie Collins, *Unto This Last* by John Ruskin, *Culture and Anarchy* by Matthew Arnold, and Tennyson's "Tithonus." Works from the 1870s and 1880s include *The Adventures of Harry Richmond* by George Meredith, *Daisy Miller* and *Washington Square* by Henry James, *The Pavilion on the Links* and *The Merry Men* by Robert Louis Stevenson, and the first 29 chapters of *Far from the Madding Crowd* by Thomas Hardy. *J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement* was first published anonymously by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1884, and *The White Company* first appeared under his name in 1891-92. *The Lagoon* by Joseph Conrad appeared in 1897. *Cornhill* maintained its high reputation up through the 1930s. Works from the early 20th Century include poems and prose pieces by Robert Bridges, Thomas Hardy, W.B. Yeats, Ford Madox Ford, and Katherine Tynan. The magazine also featured illustrations by George du Maurier, Frederic Leighton, Edwin Landseer, John Everett Millais, and other leading artists. Most were engraved on wood by the Brothers Dalziel, and include numerous full-page and folding plates. Most volumes from 1860 to 1901 are bound in contemporary publisher's cloth (with some rebound in full cloth), volumes from 1902 to 1924 are rebound in full cloth (most with the original wrappers included), and single monthly issues from the 1920s and early 1930s are in the original printed wrappers. Ex-library set with bookplates, most 19th Century volumes with a small embossed stamp on the title pages and a perforated stamp on the plates. The earliest volumes are chipped at the spines and edges, a few with split spines and detached boards, else overall a good set of bound volumes; the single issues in wraps are unmarked and very good or better. A very nice assemblage of notable 19th Century literature and illustrations. Bookseller Inventory # 371693

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CONRAD, Joseph

Published by Methuen (1915)

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Item Description: Methuen, 1915. First edition. Original red cloth lettered in gilt. Author's presentation copy, inscribed on publication on the front endpaper, "To Sir Sidney and Lady Colvin with great affection from J.C. 1915". A very good copy indeed with covers a shade dusty and a small mark to the spine. Unobtrusive bookplate to the front pastedown. Sir Sidney Colvin had been Slade Professor of Fine Arts at Cambridge and Keeper in the Department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum between 1884 and 1912. He was introduced to Conrad by H.G. Wells and the period from 1913 onwards show them as close friends with a regular correspondence and meetings often discussing Conrad's work and Colvin's reviews of other novelists. Bookseller Inventory # 32868

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Conrad (Joseph)

Published by Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood (1900)

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Item Description: Edinburgh & London: William Blackwood, 1900. FIRST EDITION, light foxing to initial and ultimate pages with one or two spots throughout text, a faint waterstain at the head of the first 70 or so pages, pp. [iv], 451, crown 8vo, later Sangorski & Sutcliffe full crushed green morocco, single gilt fillet border to both boards, light mark to lower board, backstrip decorated and lettered direct in gilt with five raised bands and a little faded, a.e.g., green endpapers with bookplate tipped in to flyleaf, very good. Inscribed by the author to the flyleaf: 'To Hugh Clifford, With the author's most friendly regards. Pent Farm 1900'. Clifford was a colonial governer stationed in Malaya, and an author whose literary circle included the eminent figure of Conrad. Conrad had met Clifford in 1899, and would later dedicate 'Chance' to him. The inscription dates from Conrad's years at Pent Farm (1898-1902), whose previous inhabitant had been Ford Madox Hueffer. (Smith 5; Cagle A5a1). Bookseller Inventory # 53762

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Tales of Unrest: Conrad, Joseph

Conrad, Joseph

Published by T. Unwin Fisher, London (1898)

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Item Description: T. Unwin Fisher, London, 1898. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Hardcover. First English edition of Conrad's first collection of short stories, published in both America and England in 1898. Author's presentation copy, inscribed "For J. B. Pinker, Joseph Conrad." The book marks the first stage of Conrad learning to write for popular magazines: "in that book I come nearer to the popular notion of tale-telling than in any previous work of mine" (writing to Unwin, Collected Letters, II., p.48). Pinker was one of the first literary agents in London, and became one of the most important agents of the twentieth century, with such clients as H.G. Wells, Stephen Crane, Henry James, and Ford Madox Ford. Pinker was "superbly attuned to the changing economic climate of the 1890s publishing market and served the interests of several 'difficult' writers with a skillful blend of shrewdness, tact, generosity, and long-suffering" (Knowles and Moore). This could not have been better demonstrated than with his relationship with Conrad, in which the agent was required to play many roles: friend, banker, father-figure and general factotum. Pinker could see Conrad's potential, but in many ways the author was ill-placed to survive the cutthroat market of the time, committed as he was "to a form of experimental novel, the unpredictable gestation of which involved an enormous amount of energy, time, and living costs" (op.cit.) As Conrad later gratefully acknowledged, Pinker believed in him and backed him for the long term, bankrolling him through the lean years when he had yet to be a commercial success, in the hope of future payments and royalties. Conrad was forced to split himself between his long serious projects like Nostromo and Under Western Eyes and more commercial journalistic material. Tensions were high between author and agent in these years between 1904 and 1910, with Pinker being asked for larger and larger advances to fund medical costs, household bills and overseas trips. The agent's requests for itemization and justification were resented by Conrad, and he sometimes resisted his agent's attempts to link payments to fixed amounts of delivered copy. In December 1909 Pinker's patience finally snapped after the author had been working on Under Western Eyes for two years and then broke off, against his agent's wishes, to write for the English Review. Pinker threatened to cut off all funds; his author retaliated by threatening to throw the manuscript into the fire. After an explosive row the two did not speak for two years. After the dramatic upturn in Conrad's popularity and finances after 1914 the author could finally begin to settle his debts, and the two men resumed their relationship, meeting weekly, spending weekends at each other's homes, and even collaborating on a screenplay. Conrad later wrote: "those books which, people say, are an asset of English Literature owe their existence to Mr. Pinker as much as to me. For 15 years of my writing life he has seen me through periods of unproductiveness[,] through illnesses[,] through all sorts of troubles." (Collected Letters, V, p.619). Conrad was deeply affected by his agent's sudden death in 1922. Bound in original green cloth with light bumping to corners. Offsetting to free front endpaper not affecting the legibility of inscription. Text block has pulled away from front hinge but still tight although some interior gutters visible. Library stamp on rear pastedown, offsetting and piece of rear free endpaper torn away. Housed in a green cloth slipcase. With bookplate of book collector Stanley J. Seeger. Very good condition despite noted flaws. 297 pages. LIT/011116. Bookseller Inventory # 28898

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The Works.: CONRAD, Joseph.

CONRAD, Joseph.

Published by London: William Heinemann, 1921 (1921)

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Item Description: London: William Heinemann, 1921, 1921. 20 volumes, octavo (220 × 142 mm). Contemporary brown morocco, titles and elaborate decoration to spines in compartments separated by raised bands, multiple fillets to board edges with further multiple filets to the centre with arabesque cornerpieces, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Spines a little faded, an excellent set. Signed limited edition of the definitive collected works of Conrad, including his own notes on his writings prepared especially for this edition. One of only 780 copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf in volume I. A particularly handsome set of Conrad's works. Bookseller Inventory # 78946

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Conrad, Joseph

Published by William Blackwood & Sons (1900)

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Item Description: William Blackwood & Sons, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing with page 77, line 5, "any rate" printed as one word "anyrate" A beautiful copy SIGNED by Joseph Conrad on a laid in signature. This First Issue book is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's green cloth. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning. The boards are crisp with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION SIGNED by the author with a custom clamshell slipcase to protect the book. We buy Joseph Conrad First Editions. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-11673559235

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Youth: A Narrative and Two Other Stories: Conrad, Joseph

Conrad, Joseph

Published by William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London (1902)

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Item Description: William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London, 1902. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing first state with 32-page advertisement at rear, dated 10/02. A beautiful copy SIGNED by Joseph Conrad on a laid in signature. This First Issue book is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's green cloth. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning. The boards are crisp with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION SIGNED by the author with a custom acetate dustjacket to protect the book. We buy Joseph Conrad First Editions. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-11673567398

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Conrad, Joseph

Published by T. Fisher Unwin, London (1895)

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Item Description: T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1895. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by Joseph Conrad on a laid in signature. This book has the First Issue point with type missing in the last 2 lines on p. 110. The book is in great shape and is bound in the ORIGINAL publisher's boards with minor wear to the edges. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a wonderful copy SIGNED by the author. We buy Joseph Conrad First Editions. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-962405408071346305

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Item Description: New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1920, 1920. 24 volumes, octavo. Recent brown morocco, spines gilt in compartments, burgundy and green morocco labels, marbled endpapers, single line rules to boards and top edges gilt. Short closed tear to limitation leaf, frontispiece, and title page of volume I not affecting page contents. An excellent set. Photogravure frontispiece to each volume. The Sun-Dial Edition, one of a limited edition of 750 sets signed by the author on the limitation leaf in volume I. A beautifully bound set. Bookseller Inventory # 68436

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Joseph Conrad

Published by William Blackwood (1900)

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Item Description: William Blackwood, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. This is a good copy,light green with title and device in black and gilt, spine slightly bumped,edges rough trimmed, bookplate Ralph Smith, purchased at auction 1973. Digital photos available Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 000244

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Conrad, Joseph

Published by Doubleday -Page (1919)

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Item Description: Doubleday -Page, 1919. First Edition. THE ARROW OF GOLD, Doubleday -Page, 1919, first edition (first issue), just about a vg copy. INSCRIBED by the author to his friend Grace Willard and dated at the time of publication. Although apparently there are 2 INSCRIBED dedication copies of this edition to Conrads friend and bibliographer, Richard Curle.This, the American edition, which precedes the English edition, is indeed rare SIGNED or INSCRIBED to anyone with no copies appearing at auction for over the last 30 years and in fact eluding both the famous collections of Raymond Sutton and Robert Findlay. Bookseller Inventory # 10727

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Conrad, Joseph (Author)

Published by Routledge/Thoemmes Press, an imprint of Taylor & F (1995)

ISBN 10: 0415134854 ISBN 13: 9780415134859

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Item Description: Routledge/Thoemmes Press, an imprint of Taylor & F, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 2nd edition. 8450 pages. 16.46x12.28x10.31 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0415134854

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Conrad, Joseph

Published by Doubleday Page NYC 1913 (1913)

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Item Description: Doubleday Page NYC 1913, 1913. bright blue boards with gold shieldon front board. 468 precedes english, one of a few 1913 copies to preversed copyright Book Condition - VG+, First Edition. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 79250

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Joseph Conrad

Published by Routledge (1995)

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Item Description: Routledge, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0415134854

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CONRAD Joseph

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Item Description: 1925. CONRAD, Joseph. The Collected Works. Garden City: Doubleday, 1925-26. Twenty-three volumes. Octavo, original full cream parchment gilt, top edges gilt, uncut and mostly unopened, inner glassine dust jackets with outer blue paper dust jackets. $7500.Conrad did not publish his first novel until the age of 38, but his work earned him a place with the great modernists of the 20th-century, "among the very great novelists in the language" (Drabble, 225). This edition was originally intended to be 377 copies, each signed by Conrad. As he died after having only signed 99 sets, the plan was changed and the signed sheets became part of this Memorial Edition. Includes all of his major and minor works, with several posthumously published stories and essays. Interiors and original cream parchment boards pristine and fine; scarce original paper dust jackets with occasional closed tears, scattered faint dampstaining to some spines. A near-fine set, very desirable in such exceptional condition. Bookseller Inventory # 80729

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