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CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne.] TWAIN, Mark.

Published by London: Chatto and Windus, 1899–1903 (1903)

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Item Description: London: Chatto and Windus, 1899–1903, 1903. 25 volumes, octavo (206 × 144 mm). Contemporary full ochre morocco, covers panelled in gilt to a geometric art-nouveau design, spine with four raised bands, compartments tooled in gilt, red morocco doublures with geometric designs in gilt at corners, red moiré silk free endpapers, top edges gilt, others uncut. Spines very lightly tanned, a superb set. Engraved titles, frontispieces and plates. Additional original manuscript material bound in to vol. I, as detailed below. Limited edition, number 96 of 620 sets of the "Author's Edition de Luxe" signed "SL Clemens (Mark Twain)". In this set, volume I has three items of original autograph material bound in before the limitation leaf: (1) CLEMENS, Samuel L. Autograph manuscript, a page from the manuscript of The Gilded Age (1873), 1 page, 8vo (8 x 5 in.), in ink on lined stationery comprising 23 lines, with several deletions and word substitutions, paginated "1192" at top. The text recording a conversation between Colonel Sellers and Washington Hawkins in which they discuss the moral effects of fighting corruption and the expulsion of members of Congress; (2) WARNER, Charles Dudley. Autograph manuscript, a page from the manuscript of The Gilded Age, 1 page, 8vo, in ink on lined stationery comprising 19 lines, paginated "1156" at top. The text describing the failure of Mr. Bolton's mine in spite of Philip continuing to work throughout the autumn in hopes of discovering coal; (3) CLEMENS, Samuel L. Autograph letter signed "Mark" 11 March, to his publisher Elisha Bliss, in which he comments on how busy he is and recommends that Bliss talk over unspecified points with Warner in order to save him the trouble. The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today (Hartford, 1873) was a collaborative attempt by Twain and Charles Dudley Warner to write a "contemporary" novel. The first novel either author attempted and their only collaboration, it was completed in the record time of three months: "With their plots staked out, Clemens and Warner began working like tunnel crews boring from opposite sides of the mountain. In general, as he [Twain] liked to say, he contributed the fact and Warner the fiction" (Justin Kaplan, Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain, 1966, p. 160). Bookseller Inventory # 50171

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CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne] TWAIN, Mark.

Published by New York and London, Harper and Brothers, 1929 (1929)

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Item Description: New York and London, Harper and Brothers, 1929, 1929. 37 volumes, octavo (217 × 144 mm). Finely bound by Bayntun, mid twentieth century, in crimson full crushed morocco, spines gilt in compartments between five raised bands, gilt lettered in two panels and dated at foot, boards decorated with geometric interlace panel and cornerpieces, decoration to turn-ins, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Some small repairs to a few volumes. Overall a fine and attractive set. Memorial edition. Limited to 90 sets with a page of original manuscript material bound in. Signed by the publisher. Bookseller Inventory # 61912

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Twain, Mark

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Item Description: The American Publishing Company, Hartford. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fine. Royal Edition (Limited). 1899 - 1917. The Royal Edition, limited and registered, complete in 22 volumes and extended to 33 volumes as follows: Volumes 1 through 22 (The Innocents Abroad through How To Tell A Story, etc.,) with "The Royal Edition and volume numbers on the recto of the limitation page, with The American Publishing Company on the title page and the Hartford Press printer's slug on the copyright: volume 23 (My Debut as a Literary Person) dated "1903" with "Royal Edition" and volume number XXIII on the recto of the limitation page, with The American Publishing Company on the title page and no printer's slug on the copyright page: volumes 24 and 25 (The $30,000 Bequest, etc., and Christian Science) with "Royal Edition" and volume numbers XXIV and XXV on the recto of the limitation page, with The American Publishing Company on the title page and with the following notice on the bottom of the copyright page: "This edition is printed by Harper & Brothers, the exclusive publishers of Mark Twain's Works, as an accommodation to purchasers of earlier volumes with a view to making their sets uniform": volume 26 unnumbered: Howells, William Dean, (introduction) Mark Twain's Speeches: New York and London: Harper & Brothers, (1910); volume 27, unnumbered, Johnson, Merle compiler: A Bibliography of Mark Twain: New York and London: Harper & Brothers, MCMX, the signed limited first edition: volumes 28 - 31, unnumbered: Paine, Albert Bigelow, Mark Twain, A Biography: New York and London: Harper & Brothers, MCMXII in four volumes: volumes 32 and 33, unnumbered, Paine, Albert Bigelow, Mark Twain's Letters: New York and London: Harper & Brothers, (1917) in two volumes and with the limitation statement "Three Hundred and Fifty Sets of this first edition of Mark Twain's Letters have been bound with un-cut edges and paper labels". Together, 33 volumes. Inserted into volume one are the following: one full-page manuscript from A Tramp Abroad in which Twain talks about a Sepoy shot from a Rodman gun; one full-page manuscript from The Gilded Age in which Twain mentions the Senator's casual references to many benevolent enterprises which will benefit the Negro, the Indian and the heathen: and another full-page of manuscript, also from The Gilded Age, in which Charles Dudley Warner mentions the lady's anticipated pleasure in an attempt to break up the stiffness and levelness of the society at home. A well-printed edition with numerous illustrations, many from photographs and many from the great illustrators of the age. Luxuriously bound in full forest green morocco. Spines with raised bands and heavily gilt in compartments; covers with multiple rules enclosing gilt designs. Gilt turn-ins and red morocco doublures with a dotted rule and floral gilt corner pieces. Ivory watered silk endpapers; top edges gilt, others uncut. Aside from some slight overall fading of the spines to a moss green (some a bit less faded than others) and some light scrapes at the spine tips, a fine set, magnificently presented and with original manuscript material. Unique. Bookseller Inventory # 4179

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Clemens, Samuel L.]: " Twain, Mark":

Published by Hartford: American Publishing Co., 1899 through 1907. (1907)

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Item Description: Hartford: American Publishing Co., 1899 through 1907., 1907. Twenty-five volumes. Octavo. Publisher's three quarter olive brown morocco and marbled boards, raised bands, lettered in gilt, t.e.g., others untrimmed. Portraits and plates. A number of the spines are characteristically sun-faded to lighter brown, occasional rubbing to raised bands and toes of a few spines, but a very good or better set, with none of the deterioration to the joints so common to this binding. The esteemed "Autograph Edition," limited to 512 numbered sets, signed by Clemens in the first volume: "S.L. Clemens / (Mark Twain)." Eighteen of the plates are signed by their respective artist, including Peter Newell, A.B. Frost, Charles N. Flagg, E.W. Kemble, Karl Gerhardt, Dan Beard, et al. Charles Dudley Warner signed the limitation page to volume 10 (THE GILDED AGE), and Brander Matthews signed at the end of his critical essay in volume one, as usual. This edition was published as a subscription set in a hierarchy of bindings, and sets were occasionally customized for the purchaser by the inclusion of related manuscript leaves, letters and other inserts. Such is the case with this set, and it is accompanied by a two page a.l.s. from Walter Bliss, 23 December 1905, to the original owner, detailing the arrangements made for Christmas Day delivery, and pointing out the location of the extra material (volumes I, V, VI, IX and X), and mentioning some extra loose plates, which are no longer present. In volume one are inserted a) a one page a.l.s. from Clemens, Riverdale on Hudson, 5 March 1902, to "Dear Bliss," written prior to departure for travels and trying to settle some publishing matters pertaining to a deal with Colliers and cancellation of another option, signed "S.L. Clemens," ca. fifty words; and b) a leaf from the autograph manuscript of THE GILDED AGE, in Clemens' hand, numbered '22' at the top margin, and beginning ".here, on the railroad & the steamboat, & say 'this' one little spot shall not be touched - this hovel shall be sacred .," ca. 125 words. Volume V contains an extra limitation leaf from the "Author's Signed Edition" of FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR, unnumbered, but signed both as Twain and as Clemens. Volume VI includes the facsimile printing of the letter by Clemens commenting on the frontis photogravure (the image of Clemens transposed into a horse and steer drawn cart) for that special edition. Volume XI includes a) another leaf from the manuscript of THE GILDED AGE in Clemens's hand, with corrections and revisions, ca 125 words, numbered '60' in the top margin, and beginning: "'But how should I know whether they were boys or girls?'," and b) a leaf from the manuscript in Warner's hand, numbered '820' in the upper margin, beginning: "'Daft is a little strong ., " ca 150 words. Volume XI contains a third leaf in Clemens's hand from the manuscript of THE GILDED AGE, numbered '421' then altered to '1000' in the upper margin, heavily revised, with significant deletions and insertions, ca. 150 words. While sets with a single Clemens leaf (often coupled with a Warner leaf) from the manuscript of THE GILDED AGE are not uncommon, sets with multiple Clemens leaves are uncommon, and those with multiple leaves plus a letter are even more exceptional. Three of the late volumes coincided with the publication of their respective public trade editions. BAL 3456. Bookseller Inventory # WRCLIT 61614

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Twain, Mark (Samuel L. Clemens).

Published by Hartford, Connecticut.: The American Publishing Company, (1899)

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Item Description: Hartford, Connecticut.: The American Publishing Company, 1899. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. "The Autograph Edition of Mark Twain's Works is limited to Five Hundred and Twelve Copies, of which this is No. 4 [signed]: S.L. Clemens (Mark Twain)." With a Twain & a C. D. Warner Manuscript leaf from "The Gilded Age." Presswork by The University Press, Cambridge. (1899-1907). Twenty-five volumes; 5 3/4 in. x 8 1/2 in., with the signed limitation page in the first volume; engraved portrait and title-page, followed by title-page for the work; with an essay: "Biographical Criticism" (pp. v-xxxiii), which is signed at the end by the author, Brander Matthews; illustrated (some are photogravures); some illustrations are signed. Volume 5 is signed by Charles Dudley Warner. The double Manuscript page is in the first volume, following the front endpaper, and has an early typed slip, reading: "Original Autograph Manuscript Pages from The Gilded Age." Bound in full, dark red-brown morocco leather by Pfister, with its stamp on the endpapers. With five raised bands on the spine gilt titling, and a gilt floral design on the spine and front covers, with doublures of green and dark red-brown morocco with a gilt design of floral sprays, gilt borders, gray silk endpapers; top-edges gilt. Some of the spine ends, outer hinges, or cover corners show light wear or rubbing to the leather; a few volumes show more wear. With the bookplates of Cleveland, Ohio-based book collector, William G. Mather (1857-1951), on the backs of the front endpapers. The Twain Manuscript leaf of 24 lines shows crossing out, additions in ink and begins: "save the child yet. Bless my life, what lawyers they have in New York!" [-] and concludes: "Our bill will go through in forty-eight hours, then, we’ll telegraph a mil-." The Charles Dudley Warner leaf is joined to the paper tab, and is of a slightly smaller size, written in violet ink, and begins: "withheld-that would have made a hero of a very much less promising character than Philip Sterling." And ends: "Calculate how much poorer he was by possessing it." The Twain material is from Volume 11 of this set: The Gilded Age, Volume Two; Chapter 20 (51), p. 226; and the Warner material is from the same Volume, Chapter 18 (49), p. 204. Near Fine. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # m-35

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CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne] TWAIN, Mark.

Published by New York: Gabriel Wells, 1922 (1922)

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Item Description: New York: Gabriel Wells, 1922, 1922. 37 volumes, octavo. Bound in recent full burgundy morocco, crimson and dark green labels, decoration to spines, raised bands, roll to boards, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. A fine set. Portrait frontispiece and numerous black and white illustrations throughout. The Definitive Edition, signed "S L Clemens / Mark Twain" in volume 1, limited to 1024 numbered sets. The publisher states that Twain intended a definitive collected edition and so put his autograph to 1024 single leaves in 1906. These were not recovered until long after his death, when the project could finally be completed. This set includes the extra two volumes of Autobiography. Bookseller Inventory # 65921

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CLEMENS, Samuel Langhorne.] TWAIN, Mark.

Published by New York: Gabriel Wells, 1922 (1922)

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Item Description: New York: Gabriel Wells, 1922, 1922. 37 volumes, octavo. Bound in near-contemporary dark blue half morocco, blue cloth sides, titles to spines gilt with gilt raised bands and decorated compartments, gilt rules to boards, top edges gilt, pale blue endpapers. Spines faded to brown, tips a little worn. An excellent set. Frontispieces with captioned tissue guards. Signed limited edition, attractively bound. This is set number 325 out of 1024 copies, signed by Twain on the second blank; together with a statement that the leaves were signed by him in 1906 in anticipation of the present definitive edition, and further signed by Albert Bigelow Paine, the biographer noted for his work on Mark Twain. Bookseller Inventory # 99359

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Twain, Mark; Moser, Barry; Pennyroyal Press

Published by Pennyroyal Press, West Hatfield, MA (1985)

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Item Description: Pennyroyal Press, West Hatfield, MA, 1985. Full-Leather. Book Condition: As New. Moser, Barry (illustrator). First Edition Thus. Centenary Edition, 1985, limited to 350 numbered copies SIGNED by the artist and illustrator, Barry Moser, this being copy number 229. Forty-nine wood engravings by Barry Moser, with an additional accompanying suite of the prints also EACH SIGNED BY BARRY MOSER. Printed on Mohawk Letterpress, in full green morocco by E. Gray Parrot, and encased in publisher's linen slipcase and with publisher's original cardboard shipping box designed especially for this book. A marvelous production with the added bonus of Mr. Moser having SIGNED each of the accompanying suite of 49 prints. One of 4 known copies that Moser signed ALL of the prints in the accompanying suite, creating in essence a very limited edition of 4 copies. Of the other 3 copies, 1 is in a library collection and 2 in a private collection. Size: Large Quarto. SIGNED AND NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION. Limited Edition. Bookseller Inventory # 002295

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Twain, Mark [Clemens, Samuel Langhorne]

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Item Description: In thirty-seven volumes. Harper & Brothers, New York and London, 1929. Recent half navy calf over cloth boards with spine in compartments between raised banding the second and third with titles stamped direct and the remaining with small gilt ornament placed centrally; teg, rest roughcut; 8vo. The Stormfield Edition. A Limited Edition of 1024 sets, of which 1000 are for sale. This is No. 762. With half-titles with limitation on verso, frontispieces and titles in crimson and black.A handsome set. Bookseller Inventory # CB20266-37

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Item Description: New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1929, 1929. 37 volumes, octavo. Recent green half morocco, spines gilt in compartments, light and dark brown morocco labels, marbled sides, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. An excellent set. Frontisportrait and illustrations throughout. The Stormfield edition. Limited to 1024 numbered sets with a card signed by Twain tipped onto the limitation page. "It was Mark Twain's most cherished desire that a definitive and complete edition of his entire literary output be published." The Stormfield is a fine reprint of the Definitive Edition of 1922, and this set is very handsomely bound. Bookseller Inventory # 68661

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TWAIN, MARK.) CLEMENS, SAMUEL L.

Published by New York: Harper, 1949 (1949)

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Item Description: New York: Harper, 1949, 1949. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Original black cloth, dust jacket. Slipcase. A fine copy. First edition of Samuel Clemens’s wonderful love letters to his wife Livy, signed by the author both “S. L. Clemens” and “Mark Twain” on the tipped-in limitation sheet. This is one of 155 numbered copies of the deluxe limited edition. The leaf also bears the notice, “these signatures of Mark Twain have been in the possession of Harper & Brothers for fifty years. There are no more.” These letters span the years from the couple’s initial courtship in 1868 through Livy’s death in 1904. In his long first letter to Livy, who had rebuffed him, Clemens writes in small part, “I do not regret that I have loved you, still love & shall always love you. I accept the situation, uncomplainingly, hard as it is. Of old I am acquaint- ed with grief, disaster & disappointment, & have borne these troubles as became a man. So, also, shall I bear this last & bitterest, even though it break my heart. I would not dishonor this worthiest love that has yet been born within me by any puerile thought, or word, or deed. It is better to have loved and lost you than that my life should have remained forever the blank it was before ”. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12592135014

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RUSCHA, EDWARD). Ruscha, Edward & Samuel Clemens (as "'Mark Twain")

Published by Greve/Hine & Limestone Press, NP (San Francisco) (1995)

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Item Description: Greve/Hine & Limestone Press, NP (San Francisco), 1995. 3/4 Leather Over Boards. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition 1/50. Elephant Folio. np (32pp), 1 letterpress colophon + title page, full deckled edges, 10 color lithographs. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "Sayings from Pudd'nhead Wilson" is Edward Ruscha's oversized, luxe artist's book published in 1995 by Greve/Hine and Limestone Press. It contains ten original color lithographs each featuring a colorful vernacular phrase such as "Is You Feared O' De Haunted House?" and "Jes Listen to Dat" selected by the artist from Mark Twain's 1894 novel "Pudd'nhead Wilson" presented in Ruscha's own folksy lettering against a faux wood-grained background. The 19 x 15" original graphics were supervised by master printer Veda Ozelle at San Francisco's Limestone Press. The book was designed and typeset by Hank Hine, printed by hand-letterpress by Gene Brill, and hand-bound in 3/4 black leather over maroon cloth by Peggy Gotthold. Its front cover features a unique stencil-bleached letter "S" designed by the artist. A most handsome Artist's Proof example of the first and only printing (print entries 226-235 in Siri Engberg's "Edward Ruscha: Editions 1959-1999") of this exquisite, exceedingly uncommon volume whose standard edition was limited to forty copies plus ten various proofs NUMBERED (A.P. II/IV) AND BOLDLY SIGNED "Ed Ruscha 1995" in black ink on the rear colophon, as issued. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Signed and Numbered by the Artist with 8 Etchings. Artist's Book. Bookseller Inventory # 024158

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Twain, Mark. (Samuel Clemens) (Signed Mark Twain/ S.L.Clemens)

Published by Gabriel Wells 1922-1925, New York (1922)

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Item Description: Gabriel Wells 1922-1925, New York, 1922. This is the complete set of Twain's writings in 37 volumes, including the 2-volume autobiography, bound in finely woven blue cloth spines with printed paper labels; in buff-colored paper-covered boards. "This definitive edition consists of one thousand twenty-four sets, the first volume of each bearing the original autograph signatures of Mark Twain No. 553." "The special fly-leaf was signed by Mark Twain in 1906 in anticipation of the present definitive edition of his works" signed by Albert Bigelow Paine (underscored); the next tipped-in plate is signed by "SL. Clemens / Mark Twain (underscored)". "Deckle-edged paper with splendid photogravure frontispieces and plates throughout. Many pages unopened. With all 37 dust jackets present. One jacket has a small piece missing at the bottom of the rear inside flap; all other jackets are complete with light wear, edge-rubbing and a light stain here and there. All the volumes are very good plus to near fine, though there are occasional bumps to the corners, blemishes, a small hole at the bottom of one volume, purportedly caused by an errant BB, a touch of light white spotting here and there to the spines of a handful of volumes, a wrinkled section of a few pages at the top of another volume, and occasional shelfwear to some of the favored tomes; but all the volumes are complete with their splendid plates, labels, and dust jackets. And while the dust jackets are basically heavy plain gray paper, their spines are clearly printed in black and red lettering, identifying the titles and volumes therein. Illustrated with photogravure frontispieces and plates (including portraits) after E. W. Kemble, Howard Pyle, Dan Beard, Peter Newell, A. B. Frost, and others. With notes of appreciation and commentary by W. D. Howells, Booth Tarkington, G. K. Chesterton, and many others. A very handsome, complete set of the Definitive Edition of Twain's Works with the Signatures of Mark Twain, S.L. Clemens, and Albert Bigelow Paine. In addition there is a signed letter of provenance from the original owner describing the history of the books and their journey. First Edition signed/limited complete works. Bookseller Inventory # 243

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Clemens, Samuel L. (Mark Twain).

Published by Gabriel Wells, New York (1922)

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Item Description: Gabriel Wells, New York, 1922. Octavo, bound in original cloth. One of 1024 numbered sets with volume one signed by Mark Twain and Albert Bigelow Paine. 35 volumes. In very good condition with the labels in facsimile to the spine. "To understand America, read Mark Twain. No matter what new craziness pops up in America, I find it described beforehand by him He was never innocent, at home or abroad" (Garry Wills). Bookseller Inventory # 3697

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TWAIN, Mark | Clemens, Samuel Longhorne |

Published by New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929. (1929)

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Item Description: New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929., 1929. The Stormfield EditionTWAIN, Mark. The Writings of Mark Twain. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929.Stormfield Edition. Limited to 1,024 numbered sets. Thirty-seven octavo volumes. Title-pages printed in red and black. Photogravure frontispieces and plates (including portraits) after drawings, paintings, etc. by E.W. Kemble, Howard Pyle, Dan Beard, W.H.W. Bicknell, P. Newell, J.Allen St. John, A.B. Frost, and others.Original dark blue fine-bead cloth, gilt triple-rule border with the gilt stencil signature of Mark Twain on the front cover. Spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. A fine set in the original pale blue dust jackets with printed paper labels on the spine.The Stormfield edition of the Writings of Mark Twain, published in 1929, is identical in every way (with the exception of Twain's signature) to the Definitive Edition which had been published by Gabriel Wells in 1922. Even the limitation of these two sets were the same, both being limited to 1,024 numbered copies. The only difference between the two editions was the addition of an inserted 'signed leaf' in the first volume of the Definitive edition. Twain had signed these leaves in 1906 in anticipation of the edition but died but died twelve years before it's publication in 1922. In fact the full cloth binding on the Stormfield edition is certainly superior to the quarter blue cloth over paper boards of the Definitive edition.The 'Stormfield' edition was named after Mark Twain's final home "The Clemens family was itinerant from 1891 until well after Olivia's death in 1904, trying out a number of houses, none of which they found ultimately congenial. Fully out of debt, Clemens decided toward the end of his life to try and recover the feeling of stability that the Hartford home represented by building another house, this time in Redding, Connecticut, where he had purchased nearly 250 acres of land in 1906. In 1907, he commissioned John Mead Howells, son of William Dean Howells, to design the house, and allowed, or perhaps even encouraged, daughter Clara to participate in planning and overseeing construction. Built on the money he earned on "Extract from Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven," he named the house "Stormfield" and lived there until his death in 1910. Clara sold the house many years after her father's death. When the house burned down, it's owners built a near replica, which remains in private hands." (Gregg Camfield. The Oxford Comapnion to Mark Twain, p. 267). Bookseller Inventory # 01682

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Cheloniidae Press. Twain, Mark

Published by Cheloniidae Press, [Easthampton, MA] (1985)

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Item Description: Cheloniidae Press, [Easthampton, MA], 1985. One of 15 State Proof copies, with one extra signed suite of the 15 woodengravings plus the triple-page fold out of the jumping front, plus working proofs of the wood engravings, plus state proofs of etching, plus original drawing, plus regular edition of the book, plus signed copy of original prospectus, signed and numbered by the artist. The regular edition was limited to 250 copies and is bound in green paper wrappers. All editions are printed on Saunders paper in Centaur and Arrighi types at Wild Carrot Letterpress with the assistance of Harold Patrick McGrath and Arthur Larson. The 15 woodengravings printed by Harold Patrick McGrath. Page size: 6 x 8.5 inches. Bound by Daniel Kelm (the design of Alan Robinson) full undyed Oasis with onlays of the frog in repose -- before the jump on the front panel and after the jump on the back panel, with doublures showing the frog in mid-jump. Onlays in green oasis of the frog jumping are on the front and back pastedowns, fine. Housed in linen clamshell box with pull-out portfolio for extra suites and the book. This Cheloniidae edition of the JUMPING FROG is from MARK TWAIN'S SKETCHES, NEW AND OLD (1875). It contains three versions of this notorious and celebrated tale: the original, the version translated into French (inadequately so, according to Twain) and the version "restored to the English after martyrdom in the French" by Twain. The afterword, "The Private Printing of the 'Jumping Frog' Story" by Samuel Clemens, first appeared in the NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW (1894). A lovely copy of this American classic with many extras. This is a classic of American private press books and highly desireable. Bookseller Inventory # 10731

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Twain, Mark (Samuel Clemens); Albert Bigelow Paine

Published by Gabriel Wells 1922-1923, New York (1922)

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Item Description: Gabriel Wells 1922-1923, New York, 1922. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First thus, 35 volumes limited to 1,024 copies. Signed as both S. L. Clemens and Mark Twain after a notice signed by Albert Bigelow Paine asserting that, "This fly-leaf was signed by Mark Twain in 1906 in Anticipation of the Present Definitive Edition of His Works". Quarter navy cloth with beige paper boards, deckled foredges. The set is generally in very good condition with some wear to the cloth spine and paper labels, some of which have been neatly inked-over where the titles were no longer visible, some peeling or with small tears. Occasional light soil and a white stain to the spine of volume I, bumping to corners. Each volume is nicely illustrated with photogravure frontispieces and more, and most are clean and unmarked (a few, like in the first volume, have pencil marginalia with notes such as "Boy does he hate Italy!"). The set contains the complete 35 volumes of Twain's works, but does not include the two volume "Life of Twain" that was subsequently issued. A handsome, collectible set. Multiple volumes, extra shipping required. Bookseller Inventory # z06944

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Mark Twain

Published by Gabriel Wells, New York (1922)

ISBN 10: 9111284900 ISBN 13: 9789111284905

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Item Description: Gabriel Wells, New York, 1922. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 35 volumes. 8vo. LIMITED SIGNED EDITION, one of 1,024 sets. SIGNED by Mark Twain's biographer Albert Bigelow Paine, SIGNED by the author on tipped-in sheet as S.L. Clemens and Mark Twain. With out later issued 2 volume Autobiography, which was issued as volumes 36 - 37. Cloth over paper boards. Soiling and wear to spine with varying degrees of darkness. Rubbing, soiling, scratching, chipping, and wear to spine labels. Wear to spine ends with fraying. Wear to joints, sometimes heavy. Soiling to boards. Bumping to fore-corners. Good. THE SET: Author. Bookseller Inventory # 2566095

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Mark Twain

Published by Harper & Brothers (1929)

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Item Description: Harper & Brothers, 1929. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. New York and London. Harper & Brothers, 1929. The Stormfield Edition. Limited Edition of 1,024. 37 volumes. Fine. 8vo. Original dark blue cloth with gilt triple-rule border with gilt stencil signature of Mark Twain on on the front board. Spine lettered in gilt. Original pale blue dust jackets with printed paper labels on the spine. Top edges gilt. Photogravure frontispieces and plates including portraits. All bindings are clean and bright with excellent gilt. One or two boards are slightly bowed. Dust jackets are near perfect in removable clear plastic wrappers. Internally, clean and bright. Many volumes are uncut. A delightful and very attractive set . Difficult to find in this condition. FREE SHIPPING TO UK AND EU, for other locations please enquire for cost. Bookseller Inventory # 00972

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Twain, Mark ( Samuel L. Clemens )

Published by American Publishing Company / R. G. Newbegin imprint on title Page, Hartford, Connecticut / New York (1901)

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Item Description: American Publishing Company / R. G. Newbegin imprint on title Page, Hartford, Connecticut / New York, 1901. Three-Quarter Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. Limited Edition. The Riverdale Edition (1901)of Mark Twain's works, complete in 22 volumes. (volumes 23, 24 and 25 were added later by Harper and Brothers in 1906 and 1907 and offered to buyers of the original sets). The Riverdale Edition was limited to 625 numbered sets and features the limitation number written in red ink along with the statement, "This is the authorized Uniform Edition of all my books. Mark Twain" in each volume. Handsome contemporary binding in three-quarter morocco and marbled boards by MacDonald of New York. Raised spine bands with gilt decorated compartments, each volume with author, title and date in gilt. Marbled endpapers, top edges of pages gilt, side and bottom edges deckled. A title page designed by Tiffany and Company and engraved by W. H. W. Bicknell appears in Volume 1. It features an SLC monogram surrounded by scenes from Mark Twain's life including a boat, stagecoach, train, and his home in Hartford, Connecticut. The lower left corner features a cabin depicting his humble birthplace at Florida, Missouri. The Riverdale Edition is distinguished by hand-colored illustrations protected by tissue guards featured as frontispieces in eleven of the volumes. Top corner of volume 19 bumped. Minor rubbing to extremities. Firmly bound with clean and bright text, no name, bookplate or other markings. A very good, handsomely bound and desirable set for the Mark Twain collector that displays quite nicely on the shelf. Additional pictures on request. Will require extra shipping. Bookseller Inventory # 40718

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Samuel Clemens] Mark Twain | edited by Albert Bigelow Paine

Published by Gabriel Wells, New York (1922)

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Item Description: Gabriel Wells, New York, 1922. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good binding. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good dust jacket. Limited Edition, numbered 590 of 1024. Octavo. The Gabriel Wells Definitive Edition of Twain's Works include a fly-leaf with the signature of Clemens and Twain. Twain's editor noted that Twain signed the fly-leaves in 1906 in anticipation of another edition of his Works. More than a decade after Clemens's death Wells had acquired the rights to this edition. The first volume of the 37 volume set includes this dual autograph sheet as well as a limitation page signed by Paine. Lovely unopened copies with 8 illustrations and printed tissue guards between the two volumes; dust soiling to the deckled edges and some rubbing to the board edges; the dust jackets have kept the half cloth bindings quite bright. Fantastic dual signature of one of the most influential American authors. Signed by Twain on the limitation page. Bookseller Inventory # 2843

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TWAIN, Mark |

Published by New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929. (1929)

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Item Description: New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929., 1929. The Stormfield EditionTWAIN, Mark. The Writings of Mark Twain. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929.Stormfield Edition. Limited to 1,024 numbered sets. Thirty-seven octavo volumes (8 5/8 x 5 1/2 in; 219 x 142 mm). Title-pages printed in red and black. Photogravure frontispieces and plates (including portraits) after drawings, paintings, etc. by E.W. Kemble, Howard Pyle, Dan Beard, W.H.W. Bicknell, P. Newell, J.Allen St. John, A.B. Frost, and others.Original dark blue fine-bead cloth, gilt triple-rule border with the gilt stencil signature of Mark Twain on the front cover. Spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut. A near fine set.The Stormfield edition of the Writings of Mark Twain, published in 1929, is identical in every way (with the exception of Twain's signature) to the Definitive Edition which had been published by Gabriel Wells in 1922. Even the limitation of these two sets were the same, both being limited to 1,024 numbered copies. The only difference between the two editions was the addition of an inserted 'signed leaf' in the first volume of the Definitive edition. Twain had signed these leaves in 1906 in anticipation of the edition but died twelve years before it's publication in 1922. In fact the full cloth binding on the Stormfield edition is certainly superior to the quarter blue cloth over paper boards of the Definitive edition.The 'Stormfield' edition was named after Mark Twain's final home "The Clemens family was itinerant from 1891 until well after Olivia's death in 1904, trying out a number of houses, none of which they found ultimately congenial. Fully out of debt, Clemens decided toward the end of his life to try and recover the feeling of stability that the Hartford home represented by building another house, this time in Redding, Connecticut, where he had purchased nearly 250 acres of land in 1906. In 1907, he commissioned John Mead Howells, son of William Dean Howells, to design the house, and allowed, or perhaps even encouraged, daughter Clara to participate in planning and overseeing construction. Built on the money he earned on "Extract from Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven," he named the house "Stormfield" and lived there until his death in 1910. Clara sold the house many years after her father's death. When the house burned down, it's owners built a near replica, which remains in private hands." (Gregg Camfield. The Oxford Comapnion to Mark Twain, p. 267). Bookseller Inventory # 02679

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Twain, Mark [; Samuel Langhorne Clemens]

Published by Private Printing, Boston (1910)

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Item Description: Private Printing, Boston, 1910. Card Covers. Book Condition: Very Good+. First Edition; First Printing. 8vo. A very handsome unrestored first and only edition in book form, privately printed for private distribution only, limited to 195 numbered copies of which this is 111, not dated, assumed to be 1910 (BAL 3514). Title-leaf printed on lightly calendered paper; otherwise printed on laid paper watermarked Enfield S. Co 1887. Rare; "The Great Procession of June 22, 1897, In the Queen's Honor, Reported Both in the Light of History, and As A Spectacle, by Mark Twain." (from the front cover). First published in the New York Journal, June 22-23, 1897. Reprinted in New York American, May 22, 29, 1910. Bookseller Inventory # 12531

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Twain, Mark [; Samuel Langhorne Clemens]

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York (1897)

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Item Description: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1897. Original Cloth. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition; First Printing. 8vo. A bright First Edition/First Printing copy in Fine condition in the original red cloth with limited rubbing along cover and spine, uncut pages, top edges gilt, error "ciper" for "cipher" on p. 187, line 16, 2 pages of advertisement in back [BAL 3449]. Scarce in this condition; Mark Twain's series of essays describing his own writing style, attacking the idiocy of a fellow author, defending the virtue of a dead woman, and trying to protect ordinary citizens from insults by railroad conductors. Bookseller Inventory # 13547

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Twain, Mark [; Samuel Langhorne Clemens]

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York (1897)

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Item Description: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1897. Original Cloth. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition; First Printing. 8vo. A bright First Edition/First Printing in Very Near Fine condition in the original red cloth with limited rubbing along cover and edges, light pencil markings on front free end-papers, uncut pages, top edges gilt, error "ciper" for "cipher" on p. 187, line 16, 2 pages of advertisement in back [BAL 3449]. Scarce in this condition; Mark Twain's series of essays describing his own writing style, attacking the idiocy of a fellow author, defending the virtue of a dead woman, and trying to protect ordinary citizens from insults by railroad conductors. Bookseller Inventory # 12825

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TWAIN, Mark [CLEMENS, Samuel]

Published by Limited Editions Club, Cambridge (1939)

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Item Description: Limited Editions Club, Cambridge, 1939. Hardcover. Thomas Hart Benton (illustrator). Octavo (6-1/4" x 9-1/2") bound in full blue denim with a paper spine label. Edited with an introduction by Bernard DeVoto. Designed by C. P. Rollins. Illustrated with 70 drawings by Thomas Hart Benton. Copy #509 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the artist on the colophon page. Laid in is a piece of LEC ephemera we have not previously encountered: a First Day Cover specially made for the Club and postmarked Hannibal, MO on 13 February 1940 with a printed description on the envelope. Fine in a Near Fine slipcase with the bottom edge neatly tape repaired. Bookseller Inventory # 017560

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TWAIN, Mark (CLEMENS, Samuel)] HOFFMAN, Heinrich

Published by Limited Editions Club, New York (1935)

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Item Description: Limited Editions Club, New York, 1935. Hardcover. Fritz Kredel (illustrator). First Edition. Large quarto (9-1/4" x 12-1/2") bound in gilt-stamped red half morocco leather with color cloth sides with a lithographed design by LeRoy H. Appleton. Illustrated with water-colors by Fritz Kredel adapted from the original illustrations by Dr. Hoffman and hand-colored in the studio of Fred Fulton. Issued unsigned. BAL 3555. The First English translation of this German children's classic by Mark Twain with a foreword by his daughter Clara Clemens and an introduction by Philip Hofer. Of a total edition of 1500 copies SIGNED by the artist on the colophon page, this is one of only 15 Presentation Copies with the publisher's blindstamp attesting to such on the colophon page where the printed number "789" is struck through and the initials "G.M." are handwritten. Acquired directly from the publisher's files, and most likely the publisher George Macy's very own copy.Quite likely the inspiration for the movie character Edward Scissorhands. Fine in a Very Good chemise worn at the heel and a Very Good slipcase with some sunning. Bookseller Inventory # 017043

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TWAIN. MARK.; .

Published by Eveleigh Nash & Grayson Limited, London.,1923 (1923)

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Item Description: Eveleigh Nash & Grayson Limited, London.,1923, 1923. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Illustrated Edition. Large 8vo. (9.5 x 6.5 inches). Colour illustrated frontis and 12 mono photographic plates, either from a film of the book or staged for this edition. Some very light foxing to a few pages and to the fore edge otherwise a very good copy finely bound in recent full tan morocco, spine with raised bands, red title label, gilt. Single gilt ruled border on boards. Top edge gilt. A lovely finely bound copy of this classic of American Literature. Please also see the listing for my copy of Tom Sawyer in uniform leather binding.: Bookseller Inventory # 7685

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TWAIN. MARK.; Brehm. Worth. Illustrates.

Published by Eveleigh Nash & Grayson Limited. London.,1923 (1923)

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Item Description: Eveleigh Nash & Grayson Limited. London.,1923, 1923. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Illustrated Edition. Large 8vo. (9.5 x 6.5 inches). Colour frontis and fifteen mono plates by Worth Brehm. Some light foxing to the margins of some pages and the fore edge otherwise a very good copy finely bound in recent full tan morocco, raised bands, red title label, gilt. Single gilt ruled border on boards. Top edge gilt. Attractively bound copy. Please also see my listing for my copy of Huckleberry Finn in uniform leather binding. : Bookseller Inventory # 7686

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TWAIN, Mark [CLEMENS, Samuel]

Published by Limited Editions Club, Cambridge (1939)

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Item Description: Limited Editions Club, Cambridge, 1939. Hardcover. Thomas Hart Benton (illustrator). Octavo (6-1/4" x 9-1/2") bound in full blue denim with a paper spine label. Edited with an introduction by Bernard DeVoto. Designed by C. P. Rollins. Illustrated with 70 drawings by Thomas Hart Benton. Copy #440 of 1500 copies SIGNED by the artist on the colophon page. Spine lightly sunned. Near Fine in a Good slipcase missing the bottom edge. Bookseller Inventory # 017542

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