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[The Woburn Books:]
London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot,, 1928-9. The Sword of Wood, G. K. Chesterton; The Dewpond, T. F. Powys; A Wedding Morn, Sheila Kaye-Smith; Portrait of the Misses Harlowe, Martin Armstrong; The Apple Disdained, R. H. Mottram; The Man Who Missed the Bus, Stella Benson; Rawdon's Roof, D. H. Lawrence; The Old Dovecote, David Garnett; The Male Impersonator, E. F. Benson; Alice and the Lost Novel, Sherwood Anderson; Full Circle, Algernon Blackwood; The Linhay on the Downs, Henry Williamson; Fame, May Sinclair; The Goldfish Under the Ice, Christopher Morley; A Ghost in the Isle of Wight, Shane Leslie; The Shout, Robert Graves; Triall by Armes, Joseph Hergesheimer; Some World Far From Ours, Sylvia Townsend Warner. 18 volumes, octavo. Original varicoloured paper covered boards, each printed with titles and designs in complementing colours, with matching endpapers and dust jackets, and printed on untrimmed rag paper leaves. Some minor rubbing and darkening to the edges of boards, and partial tanning to the endpapers, but a superb set in excellent condition, in the lightly rubbed jackets with the occasional mark and a few tanned spines. A complete first edition set of the Woburn Books series, each one of 500 numbered trade copies signed by the author. The Woburn Books are uncommon thus complete and with the jackets; E. F. Benson's The Male Impersonator being particularly elusive.
      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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