Sale 20BP02 | Lot 62

KIPLING, RUDYARD Group of five sets of American copyright issues of Kipling's wartime publications.

Catalogue: Rare Books, Autographs & Maps
KIPLING, RUDYARD  Group of five sets of American copyright issues of Kipling's wartime publications.

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Lot 62
KIPLING, RUDYARD Group of five sets of American copyright issues of Kipling's wartime publications.
Comprises Tales of "The Trade". New York: Doubleday, 1916. First edition, each one of 50 copies only (see Stewart). Three pamphlets, all issued in this series. Publisher's yellow wire-stitched wrappers imprinted in green housed in a leather-backed slipcase and chemise. About fine. The John A Spoor copies; together with The Fringes of the Fleet. New York: Doubleday, 1915. First edition, each one of 50 copies only (see Stewart). Six pamphlets, all issued in this series. Publisher's yellow wire-stitched wrappers imprinted in green housed in a leather-backed slipcase and chemise. About fine. The Robert Woods Bliss copies; and The War in the Mountains. New York: Doubleday, 1917. First edition, each one of 50 copies only (see Stewart). Five pamphlets, all issued in this series. Publisher's yellow wire-stitched wrappers imprinted in green housed in a leather-backed slipcase and chemise. About fine. The Robert Woods Bliss copies; Destroyers at Jutland. New York: Doubleday, 1916. First edition, each one of 50 copies only (see Stewart). Four pamphlets, all issued in this series. Publisher's yellow wire-stitched wrappers imprinted in green housed in a leather-backed slipcase and chemise. About fine. The Robert Woods Bliss copies; The New Army. New York: Doubleday, 1914. First edition, each one of 50 copies only (see Stewart). Six pamphlets, all issued in this series. Publisher's yellow wire-stitched wrappers imprinted in green housed in a leather-backed slipcase and chemise. About fine. The Robert Woods Bliss copies.
Stewart 397; 394; 638; 402; 382. (5)


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