One of 50 numbered copies printed in Japan vellum hand-made paper. This is a very good+ copy in a good tissue dust jacket -- overall clean, bright and structurally sound. 2cc SELLING USED AND RARE BOOKS ON ABE SINCE 1997 AND OUT OF OUR BOOKSTORE SINCE 1988. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Lyrical Poems
Publisher: Thomas B. Mosher Press.
Publication Date: 1912
Edition: First Edition Thus, First Printing.
Book Description The Mosher Press, United States, 1912. hardcover. first edition. Foxing on spine and front end pieces; otherwise clean, bright and structurally sound PLEASE NOTE: If there is a photo accompanying this description, it is not of our copy, but one added by ABE. If desired, contact us for a description of our cover. SELLING USED AND RARE BOOKS ON ABE SINCE 1997 AND OUT OF OUR BOOKSTORE IN THE BEAUTIFUL BERKSHIRES SINCE 1987. Bookseller Inventory # a83eba4a8d6d5c162a6002690e5d0f07
Book Description Thomas B Mosher, Portland, Maine, 1912. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. First Edition. One of 950 copies. Has minor tears on lower middle of spine. Contains slight offsetting on front and rear pastedowns. Bookseller Inventory # 007016
Book Description Thomas B. Mosher Press., Portland, 1912. First Edition Thus, First Printing. One of 950 copies printed in Van Gelder hand-made paper. This is a near fine copy SELLING USED AND RARE BOOKS ON ABE SINCE 1997 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS DOWN IN DENVER BOOKS). Bookseller Inventory # 8551b8d1d7e68fb14c5aa93db6357839
Book Description Thomas Mosher, Portland, Maine, 1912. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Lyrical Poems by Lucy Lyttelton - Thomas B. Mosher Portland, ME One of 950 copies printed on Van Gelder hand made paper. Book is overall very good. Corners are bumped, spine label is faded but internally it is clean and tight. Bookseller Inventory # 034051
Book Description Thomas Bird Mosher, Portland, Maine, 1909. Hardcover. Limited edition. 12mo. Gray paper boards with mounted paper labels. Age-toning with a chip on the spine crown and owner's bookplate on the front pastedown, very good in a near fine glassine dustwrapper with small chips and tears. One of 950 copies. Bookseller Inventory # 411828
Book Description Thomas B. Mosher Press., Portland, 1912. First Edition Thus, First Printing. One of 50 numbered copies printed in Japan vellum hand-made paper. This is a very good+ copy in a good tissue dust jacket -- overall clean, bright and structurally sound. 2cc SELLING USED AND RARE BOOKS ON ABE SINCE 1997 (FORMERLY KNOWN AS DOWN IN DENVER BOOKS). Bookseller Inventory # d6e42816f24809285e2156e09d6982aa
Book Description Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, ME, 1912. Hardcover; 1st Printing. Book Condition: NF. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 1st Edition.. 1st edition/1st printing. 1 of 950 Limited Edition copies. 1st edition; the 1st U.K. was published in 1913. Contains 33 poems, 32 titled and 1 untitled (after the copyright page). Bound in blue paper-covered boards with labels printed in red and black on the spine and front binding cover. The title page has the red Mosher device and the first letter of the first poem is in red. Previous owner's 1918 name on front end page, and spine very slightly darkened. Otherwise excellent condition: straight, clean, no other writing, very tight. Lovely and very scarce! ; 4-1/2" x 7"; 52 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 4402
Book Description Portland, Maine: Thomas B Mosher, 1912., 1912. 1st ed., limited to 950 copies printed on van Gelder hand-made paper. 12mo; 52 pp. A bit of sunning and a slight bit of rubbing, still a near fine copy, no d.j. Bookseller Inventory # 04003B
Book Description Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, 1912. First edition. Original parchment paper over boards, cover lettering in red and black. Limited to 50 Copies (#12) on Japan Vellum. Partially unopened. In scarce orginal glassine wrapper. Wrapper slightly torn at corner. Book is very fine. Six full-page illustrated plates. Bookseller Inventory # 3215
Book Description Portland: Maine: Mosher, 1912. First edition. Boards. Inscribed by the author, 'To Sir Edward Grey from the author (Auburn) Nov. 11. 1912.', and with her substantive ms. alterations to eight poems and re-titling of two others. Spine slightly darkened, upper hinge cracking, some foxing. Lucy Lyttelton was the wife of the Liberal politician, C.F.G. Masterman, who would shortly join the cabinet in which Sir Edward Grey was Foreign Secretary. She is described in the DNB as possessing 'a toughness that her husband, fatally for a politician, lacked. Cabinet ministers treated her as something of a political equal, but perhaps even more as an effective conduit.' Ford Madox Ford was the closest of their literary friends. One of his finest letters was written in reponse to her Poems, published by John Lane in 1913. Seven of the ten poems discussed by Ford were published here first. 950 copies were printed. Not in Copac. Bookseller Inventory # 3415