The page for HM's ongoing cull of books & related stuff from the studio's shelves. Everything listed is net plus tracked shipping; the cost will be quoted when the order is received.
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All inquiries regarding condition etc. will be answered as fully as possible, with photos. All sales final. Inquiries to hm [at] heavenlymonkey.com.
Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets
Evelyn, J. Still Point Press, 1985.
First published in 1699, an English treatise on vegetable (i.e. salad) recipes. This edition limited to 300 copies, printed by Henry Morris, with color illustrations by Tottoroto (these could be linocuts or line engravings, we're not told which). An un-numbered copy in sheets (8 sections in fours, never bound, some still uncut). $50
Seven Pillars of Wisdom
Lawrence, T.E. Castle Hill Press, 2013.
A fine (unread) copy of CHP's one-volume edition of the 1922 text, this one of 180 copies quarter-bound in leather. See here for publisher’s notes about this edition.
Lawrence, T.E. Williams & Norgate, 1939.
First edition, first issue. Fine in near-fine jacket (light wrinkling along top, one 2-mm tear at top of rear joint; no chips, not price-clipped; charming work-up of spacing material between his initials on front cover). $750 for the set.
Three Equestrian Aquatints
Brown, Paul. Derrydale Press, 1937.
“Music Ahead,” “Hoick!” and “Kennel Bound.” Images approx. 22 x 18 inches on handmade paper approx. 31 x 23 inches. Signed & numbered. In original burled maple frames with new acid-free matting. Probably wwould cost a bundle to ship as is, so buyer may prefer to just have the prints sent rolled. Good condition, maybe a little sun fading (only apparent if taken out of the mat). Seem to have been in frames since purchase. Print seller’s ticket on back of frames. Beautifully executed prints (these images don't do them justice), I’m just not that into horses. James Cummins has two of the three listed at $3,750, and a complete set at auction in 2012 got $2,000. These three $300 each, or $750 for the trio.