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San Francisco, CA: The Arion Press, 2004. Hard Cover. First Edition. 107 pp. Bound in a shimmering purple silk book cloth with "Tartuffe" pressed in gold in lower left corner of front cover boards. Clear plastic dust jacket. Drawings by William Hamilton, a regular New Yorker contributor, illustrate the text. Set in Van Dijk type with Fontanesi for display on French Arches paper. 326 copies produced, 300 for sale and 26 lettered copies hors de commerce. This is copy "S" of the hors de commerce copies. Signed by Williams and Hamilton at the colophon A beautiful production. The sixty-eighth publication of the Arion Press.
Signed by Artist. Fine / Fine.
New York, NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934. Hard Cover. First Edition. Wilderness Edition Frontispiece portrait of Eugene O'Neill. Original gilt stamped terra-cotta cloth with gilt vingette on the front cover of each volume, top edge of text block also gilded. 12 volumes complete.
O'Neill has signed Volume 1. Set #179 of 770. Minor foxing to endpapers on some volumes. An exceptional set! Very Good.
Newark, VT: The Janus Press, 1980. Soft Cover. First Edition. Large gray accordion fold folio, deckled edge, with relief plates by Claire Van Vliet on paper made by Van Vliet and Kathryn Clark at the Twinrocker Handmade Paper Mill, Brookston, Indiana. Piece printed in both English and French, and illustrated throughout. Stunning! In custom made box that includes, in the base of the tray, an LP recording of the performance by the Bread and Puppet Theater. The box is covered in a light tan buckram cloth with a silk-screened tree design that mimics the forest of trees in which the players pose on the cover of the LP. This edition also includes an additional LP in its original printed sleeve. Fine.