(1882-1941)
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce
 

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Продажа коллекции изданий и писем Джойса

Редкие книжные издания произведений Джойса, письма и другие предметы (более 50 лотов) были выставлены на аукционе Dominic Winter Book Auctions 11 декабря 2003 г.

Коллекция включает издания:
Pomes Penyeach (1932) — одну из 25 копий, подписанных Джойсом;
Первое в Великобритании издание Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1917) в исключительно редкой суперобложке;
Редкие издания "Улисса", включая 1-ое парижское и лондонское, а также иллюстрированное издание, подписанное Джойсом и Матиссом и пр.

Полный перечень:
JAMES JOYCE 1882-1941 THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE DR ALFRED TENNANT
COWIE MRCVS

Lots 258 to 322
258
Joyce (James). Chamber Music, 1st ed., Elkin Mathews, 1907, half-title and pictorial title, owner name to front free endpaper, minor scattered spotting to edges, orig. cloth gilt in generally bright condition, in later book box, 12mo
Slocum and Cahoon A3. Third binding variant with thin wove 'transparent' end papers and printed text in signature C erratically centred on page. One of 509 copies. (1) £1000-1500 — £1300.00

259
Joyce (James). Chamber Music, 2nd ed. (London), Elkin Mathews, 1918, half-title, ad. at rear, orig. grey printed wrappers, minor wear at spine ends, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A4.
(1) £70-100 — £135.00

260
Joyce (James). Chamber Music, 3rd ed., Egoist Press, 1923, orig. green cloth gilt, very sl. sunned on upper board, 8vo, together with Chamber Music, Six Songs for Medium Voice, Music by EugSne Goossens, pub. Curwen, 1930, orig. printed wrappers, sl. chipped, 4to
First item see Slocum and Cahoon A4. One of only 107 copies, the remaining 393 sets of sheets being later issued by Cape. Second item F11.
(2) £70-100 — £125.00

261
Joyce (James). Chamber Music, 1st (unauthorised) American ed., pub. Boston, Cornhill, [1918], half-title, orig. green cloth gilt, 16mo
Slocum and Cahoon A5.
(1) £70-100 — £80.00

262
Joyce (James). Chamber Music, 1st authorised American ed., pub. N.Y., Huebsch, 1918, half-title, t.e.g., orig. brown boards gilt, rubbed, in chipped and sl. stained d.j. with loss at head and tail of spine, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A6.
(1) £100-150 — £380.00

263
Joyce (James). Dubliners, 1st ed., Grant Richards, 1914, half-title, owner names to front free endpaper, orig. cloth gilt, sl. rubbed and very sl. cocked, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A8. One of approximately 746 copies. Joyce had been trying to get 'Dubliners' into print for many years. Back in 1906 he wrote to the publisher Grant Richards: "It is not my fault that the odour of ashpits and old weeds and offal hangs round my stories. I seriously believe that you will retard the course of civilisation in Ireland by preventing the Irish people from having one good look at themselves in my nicely polished looking-glass".
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Dubliners, 1st ed. £2000-3000 — £7200.00

264
Joyce (James). Dubliners, 2nd English ed., from American sheets, Grant Richards, [1918], half-title, light spotting to edges, orig. cloth gilt, sunned at spine, 8vo
Scarce. See Slocum and Cahoon A8, "Joyce's troubles did not end with the publication of 'Dubliners' on June 15, 1914, Grant Richards was extremely remiss in paying him royalties and could not be persuaded to publish a second edition ... finally, in order to hold Joyce, Richards reluctantly agreed to issue a second edition of 'Dubliners' in 1918. This he did by importing sheets of the 1917 American edition from B.W. Huebsch and binding up just enough sets to satisfy Joyce. It is not known how many copies of this second Grant Richards edition of 'Dubliners' exist, but it is scarce and only two copies have been reported in the last twelve years. One of these, the Edward W. Titus copy, is now in the Slocum library".
(1) £200-300 — £520.00

265
Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1st ed., New York, B.W. Huebsch, 1916, half-title, bookplate, orig. blindstamped blue cloth with gilt to spine, sl. rubbed at spine,
8vo Slocum and Cahoon A11.
Illustration: Joyce James. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, (1) £700-1000 — £1750.00

266
Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1st English ed., from American sheets, The Egoist Ltd., [1917], orig. cloth with gilt to spine, in rubbed and marked d.j. with crude sellotape repairs and loss at spine ends, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A12. Extremely scarce in dust-jacket. The first edition of 'Portrait' was published in America in 1916. The first English edition was made up from the sheets of the American edition because English printers would not accept the responsibility of printing it. In all, seven printers refused the work "on moral grounds". No more than 750 sets of sheets were imported.
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man £10000-15000 — £27000.00

267
Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as Young Man, 1st English ed., from American sheets, The Egoist Ltd., [1917], orig. cloth with gilt to spine, sl. rubbed and marked, lower corner of upper cover sl. bumped, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A12. The first edition of 'Portrait' was published in America in 1916. The first English edition was made up from the sheets of the American edition because English printers would not accept the responsiblity of printing it. No more than 750 sets of sheets were imported. This copy is inscribed on the title page "James Joyce", however, the auctioneers are not of the opinion that the signature is indeed in the author's hand.
(1) £200-300 — £440.00

268
Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1st English ed. from American sheets, The Egoist Ltd., [1917], neat owner name to front free endpaper, orig. cloth with gilt to spine, gilt a little faded, sellotape residue to upper joint and flecks of white paint at very head of spine, rubbed, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A12.
(1) £150-200 — £270.00

269
Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 1st English ed., from English sheets, The Egoist Ltd., [1918], port. of Joyce from another work affixed to front pastedown, orig. cloth, a little sunned at spine, 8vo, together with A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 2nd English ed., from American sheets, The Egoist Press, 1921, bookplate, orig. cloth, sl. rubbed, 8vo
Both Slocum and Cahoon A13.
(2) £100-150 — £260.00

270
Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, new edition, Jonathan Cape, 1924, morocco ex-libris label of Harry and Caresse Crosby [proprietors of Joyce's publishers, the Black Sun Press] to front pastedown, orig. cloth with gilt arms of Harry and Caresse to upper and lower covers, rubbed, small split at head of lower joint, 8vo
The Crosby copy, with sun motif blindstamped to front free endpaper and the following inscription: "HARRYCARESSE" [in acrostic], and "Harry Grew Crosby. A Paris ce 12 a“ut 1925. Chez AlinSs [?]. Il y a un Monsieur qui dort/Il y a une Femme qui pleure/Il y a un Chien qui aboie". Underlining in ink throughout and the occasional marginal annotation: "Here we have a touch of D.H. Lawrence"!
(1)Illustration: Joyce (James). A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man £200-300 — £860.00

271
Joyce (James). Dedalus, Portrait de l'artiste jeune per lui-meme, 1st ed. in French, transl. Ludmila Savitzky, pub. Paris, Editions de la Sirene, 1924, contemp. qtr. morocco with patterned boards, orig. printed wrappers bound-in, rubbed, 8vo, together with El Artista Adolescente (Retrato) ..., 1st ed. in Spanish, transl. Alfonso Donado, pub. Madrid, Biblioteca Nueva, 1926, port. frontis., occasional spotting, orig. printed wrappers, some wear and soiling, 8vo, plus 11 other editions of the same work, some in foreign language
First item Slocum and Cahoon D15. Second item D110.
(13) £70-100 — £50.00

272
Joyce (James). Exiles, A Play in Three Acts, 2nd ed., Egoist Press, 1921, orig. green cloth gilt, sl. rubbed and marked, spine a little darkened, 8vo
See Slocum and Cahoon A14. One of 500 copies in green cloth. Author's signed presentation copy to Frank Harris. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "To Frank Harris, James Joyce, Paris, 17 September 1925".
(1) £1000-1500 — £8000.00

273
Joyce (James). Exiles, A Play in Three Acts, 1st English ed., Grant Richards, 1918, half-title, light spotting to edges, orig. cloth-backed boards with paper labels to spine and upper cover, sl. rubbed and marked, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A14.
(1) Illustration: Joyce James. Exiles £100-150 — £175.00

274
Joyce (James). Exiles, 2nd ed., Egoist Press (marked Cape on spine), 1921, very sl. spotting to edges, orig. cloth, rubbed, 8vo, together with Exiles, reissue, N.Y., Huebsch, 1924, orig. cloth-backed boards, rubbed and sl. marked, 8vo, plus Anna Livia Plurabelle, Criterion Miscellany No.15, 1st English ed., Faber, 1930, occasional light spotting, orig. brown cloth gilt, slim 8vo, and Haveth Childers Everywhere, Criterion Misecellany No.26, Faber, 1931, orig. yellow cloth in torn and chipped transparent tissue protective wrapper, slim 8vo, together with Two Tales of Shem and Shaun, 1st English ed., Faber, 1932, orig. cloth in torn and repaired d.j., 8vo, plus 7 others by Joyce
See Slocum and Cahoon A14, A15, A33, A42 and A37 respectively.
(12) £150-250 — £370.00

275
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st ed., Paris, Shakespeare and Company, 1922, orig. blue printed wrappers, very sl. spotting to upper cover, minor wear to edges, some wear to spine with fraying and minor loss at tail, upper joint with approx. 4cm tear at head, but nevertheless an excellent copy of a delicate book, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A17. Limited edition 825/750 on handmade paper. On 11 February 1922 Joyce wrote to Robert McAlmon: "Ulysses was published on the 2 February, my birthday ... you can imagine the scenes at the shop! A nerveracking conclusion indeed. At last some 80 or 100 copies come but I am still in a turmoil helping Miss Beach to get them off and packing parcels in a way they were never packed before. The British Museum ordered a copy and so did the Times so that I advise you to go to confession for the last day cannot be far off".
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st ed. £7000-10000 — £11000.00

276
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st English ed. (printed in France), pub. Paris, John Rodker, for the Egoist Press, 1922, 8pp. errata loosely inserted, bookplate, light spotting to edges, orig. blue printed wrappers, very minor spotting, sl. worn on spine, a few minor creases, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A18. Limited edition on handmade paper 1917/2000.
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st English ed. £1000-1500 — £1950.00

277
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 5th printing, pub. Paris, Shakespeare and Company, September 1924, episode chapters added in pencil to verso of limitation details, folding Ward Lock plan of Dublin to rear pastedown, contemp. cloth with orig. printed wrappers bound-in, green morocco label to spine, rubbed, 4to
See Slocum and Cahoon A17.
(1) £70-100 — £210.00

278
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 6th printing, pub. Paris, Shakespeare and Company, August 1925, contemp. cloth-backed patterned boards with orig. printed wrappers bound-in at rear, rubbed, some edge wear, 4to
See Slocum and Cahoon A17.
(1) £70-100 — £160.00

279
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 8th printing, pub. Paris, Shakespeare and Company, May 1926, contemp. pale blue cloth with morocco label to spine by Riviere & Son, sl. rubbed, spine darkened, 4to
See Slocum and Cahoon A17.
(1) £70-100 — £145.00

280
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 9th printing, pub. Paris, Shakespeare and Company, May 1927, orig. printed wrappers, some wear to spine and upper joint, 4to, together with 2 other English editions of 'Ulysses'
First item Slocum and Cahoon A17.
(3) £50-80 — £175.00

281
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 11th printing, pub. Paris, Shakepeare and Company, May 1930, owner name to front free endpaper, orig. printed wrappers, spine sl. worn and darkened, occasional minor chipping to edges, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A17.
(1) £70-100 — £330.00

282
Joyce (James). Ulysse, traduit de l'anglais par M. Augute Morel assist‚ par M. Stuart Gilbert, 1st ed. in French, one vol. bound as three, pub. Paris, La Maison des Amis des Livres, 1929, half-title, addn. manuscript title to each vol., t.e.g., spotting to edges, later red morocco-backed patterned boards with upper cover and spine of orig. printed wrapper bound-in at rear of final vol., 4to
Slocum and Cahoon D17. Limited edition number 396 of 875 on Alfa Verg‚.
(3) Illustration: Joyce (James). Ulysse £200-300 — £360.00

283
Joyce (James). Ulysses, single volume thin-paper edition, Hamburg, Odyssey Press, 1932, contemp. owner name to front free endpaper, half title and a few other leaves creased, fore-edge a little grubby, orig. cloth, rubbed, spine faded, 8vo
See Slocum and Cahoon A20.
(1) £100-150 — £105.00

284
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 2 vols., Hamburg, Odyssey Press, 1932, edges darkened, orig. printed wrappers, rubbed, small 8vo, together with 3 other foreign language editions of 'Ulysses'
First item Slocum and Cahoon A20.
(5) £70-100 — £50.00

285
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 2 vols., Hamburg, Odyssey Press, 1932, orig. stiff grey printed paper covers, as issued in transparent protective wrappers and plain cardboard box, 4pp. orange publishers prospectus for the set loosely enclosed, small 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A20. The most authoritative text published in Joyce's lifetime.
(2) £70-100 — £310.00

286
Joyce (James). Ulysses, with an introduction by Stuart Gilbert and illustrations by Henri Matisse, N.Y., Limited Editions Club, 1935, illusts., top edge speckled, remainder untrimmed, orig. gilt dec. cloth in orig. pubs. slipcase, slipcase sl. worn on spine, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A22. Limited edition 947/1500. One of only 250 copies to be signed by both Matisse and Joyce. The six etchings with their accompanying sketches on yellow and blue paper depict the Calypso, Aeolus, Cyclops, Nausicaa, Circe and Ithaca episodes of 'Ulysses'. Despite his evident unfamiliarity with Joyce's novel, Matisse claimed that the etched plates were among the best work he had ever done in the graphic arts. Joyce was apparently unimpressed and preferred the designs of his troubled daughter Lucia: "If they had been signed L.J. instead of H.M. people would have had a different tale to tell. I am only too painfully aware that Lucia has no future but that does not prevent me from seeing the difference between what is beautiful and shapely and what is ugly and shapeless. As usual I am in a minority of one" (Letter to Harriet Shaw Weaver, 1 May 1935).
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1935 £7000-10000 — £8800.00

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Joyce (James). Ulysses, with an introduction by Stuart Gilbert and illustrations by Henri Matisse, N.Y., Limited Editions Club, 1935, illusts., top edge speckled, remainder untrimmed, orig. gilt dec. cloth, gilt on spine very sl. faded, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A22. Limited edition 716 of 1500 copies, signed by Henri Matisse.
(1) £1000-2000 — £1850.00

288
Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st English ed. (printed in England), John Lane The Bodley Head, 1936, title printed in blue and black, t.e.g., orig. full vellum with gilt bow design by Eric Gill to upper cover, in orig. pubs. patterned slipcase with numbered printed label, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A23. Limited edition number 66 of 100 copies on mould-made paper, signed by James Joyce. After his epic work was finally printed in England, Joyce remarked to friends: "I have been fighting for this for twenty years ... Now the war between England and me is over, and I am the conqueror".
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st English ed., 1936 £7000-10000 — £16500.00

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Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st English ed. (printed in England), John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1936, t.e.g., orig. green cloth with gilt bow design by Eric Gill to upper cover, lower corners very sl. bumped, in sl. torn and frayed but essentially complete d.j., some minor soiling, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A23. Limited edition number 391 of 900 copies on Japon vellum.
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Ulysses, 1st English ed. £1000-2000 — £1150.00

290
Joyce (James). Ulysses, transl. Georg Goyert, 3 vols. in 1, 1st ed. in German, [Basel], Privatdruck, 1927, edges browned, orig. blue cloth with brown label to spine, rubbed, partially split along upper joint, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon D45, variant 6. Limited edition, number 27 of 100 press copies on india paper. "The emphasis on the private nature of this publication and strict limitation of copies was caused by some fear on the part of the Swiss publisher that 'Ulysses' might be subject to censorship".
(1) £200-300 — £80.00

291
Joyce (James). Pomes Penyeach, 1st ed., Paris, Shakespeare and Company, 1927, errata slip tipped-in at rear, neat owner name to front free endpaper, orig. green boards, rubbed, spine a little worn, 12mo
Slocum and Cahoon 24.
(1) £70-100 — £200.00

292
Joyce (James). Pomes Penyeach, 1st Authorized American edition, printed by Princeton UP for Sylvia Beach of Paris, 1931, 20pp., minor blemish to half-title, orig. grey printed paper wrappers, sl. crinkled, 12mo
Slocum and Cahoon A25. Apparently published in an edition of 50 to secure copyright and not intended for sale.
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Pomes Penyeach £300-500 — £2400.00

293
Joyce (James). Pomes Penyeach, Initial Letters Designed and Illuminated by Lucia Joyce, 1st English ed. (printed in France), pub. Paris and London, Obelisk Press and Desmond Harmsworth Ltd., 1932, printed throughout in facsimile of Joyce's hand on Japan nacre, title with hand-illuminated ornament by Lucia Joyce, 13 leaves with hand-col. initials by Lucia Joyce, each preceeded by text of poem printed in green on transparent tissue paper, a few tissue paper leaves with minor ceases, edges untrimmed and with occasional very minor spotting, all loosely enclosed as issued in portfolio of green watered silk over boards with folding flaps and green ribbon ties, sl. rubbed and with occasional minor spotting, oblong folio
Slocum and Cahoon A27. Limited edition, number 10 of 25 copies. Signed and numbered by James Joyce. The sumptuous green silk portfolio proved too great a temptation for the French customs authorities who impounded several copies until payment of a significant sum.
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Pomes Penyeach £15000-20000 — £36000.00

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Joyce (James) et al. The Joyce Book, 1st ed., Sylvan Press, [1933], half-title, port. frontis. by Augustus John, orig. cloth stamped in silver, in orig. printed envelope that is sl. chipped at edges and trimmed at tail of lower cover, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A29. With contributions by James Stephens, Padraic Colum, Arthur Bliss, Arnold Bax, Albert Roussel, Herbert Howells, John Ireland, Eugene Goossens, Arthur Symons and others. Limited edition number 78 of 450.
(1) Illustration: The Joyce Book £400-600 — £760.00

295
Joyce (James). Anna Livia Plurabelle, with a preface by Padraic Colum, 1st ed., New York, Crosby Gaige, 1928, neat owner name to front free endpaper, title with faint vertical line of discolouration (sunned?), t.e.g., orig. cloth gilt with triangle motif to upper cover, small 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A32. Limited edition number 728 of 800 copies, signed by James Joyce.
(1) £1000-1500 — £1300.00

296
Joyce (James). Anna Livia Plurabelle, A Fragment from Finnegans Wake to mark the Centenary of the Birth of James Joyce, pub. Beckenham, Chimaera Press, 1982, printed in blue and black on V‚lin Arches, orig. cloth-backed dec. boards in pubs. slipcase, small folio
Limited edition number 1 of 10 copies reserved for subscribers of the Chimaera Press.
(1) £100-150 — £130.00

297
Joyce (James). Tales Told of Shem and Shaun, Three Fragments from Work in Progress, 1st ed., pub. Paris, Black Sun Press, 1929, engraved "portrait" of Joyce by Constantin Brancusi, orig. paper covers printed in red and black, as issued in transparent protective cover, spine a little darkened, orig. red suede and gilt slipcase with red ribbon pull, rubbed, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A36. Limited edition number 85 of 100 copies on Japanese vellum, signed on half-title by James Joyce. When Brancusi's celebrated abstract portrait of Joyce was shown to John Joyce back in Dublin, he remarked of his son's likeness: "The boy seems to have changed a good deal".
(1) Illustration: Tales Told of Shem and Shaun £2000-3000 — £4100.00

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Joyce (James). Tales Told of Shem and Shaun, Three Fragments from Work in Progress, 1st ed., pub. Paris, Black Sun Press, 1929, engraved "portrait" of Joyce by Constantin Brancusi, orig. paper covers printed in red and black, as issued in transparent protective cover, orig. gilt slipcase with red ribbon pull, rubbed, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A36. Limited edition 102/500 on Holland Van Gelder Zonen.
(1) £400-600 — £520.00

299
Joyce (James). James Clarence Mangan, from St. Stephen's Dublin, May 1902, 1st ed., printed for the Ulysses Bookshop by H.D.C. Pepler [St. Dominic's Press], 1930, half-title, orig. cloth-backed boards, very. sl. rubbed at spine, 16mo
Slocum and Cahoon A39. Printed in an edition of 40 copies for Private circulation. This is an out-of-series "Press Copy".
(1) £700-1000 — £5000.00

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Joyce (James). James Clarence Mangan, from St Stephen's, Dublin, May 1902, 1st ed., printed for the Ulysses Bookshop by H.D.C. Pepler [St. Dominic's Press], 1930, half-title, very light spotting to prelims., orig. cloth-backed boards with pubs. label to upper cover, a few small tears to spine, 16mo
Slocum and Cahoon A39. Limited edition number 7 of 40 copies for Private circulation only.
(1) Illustration £700-1000 — £3700.00

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Joyce (James). Ibsen's New Drama, from the Fortnightly Review, London, April 1900, 1st ed., printed for the Ulysses Bookshop by H.D.C. Pepler [St. Dominic's Press], 1930, half-title, orig. cloth-backed boards with pubs. label to upper cover, very sl. rubbed, 16mo
Slocum and Cahoon A40. Printed in an edition of 40 copies for Private circulation. This is an out-of-series "Press Copy".
(1) £700-1000 — £2500.00

302
Joyce (James). Haveth Childers Everywhere, Fragment from Work in Progress, 1st ed., Paris and New York, Henry Babou & Jack Kahane and the Fountain Press, 1930, printed in green and black on imperial handmade iridescent Japan, orig. printed paper cover as issued in transparent protective wrapper, contained in orig. three-panel wrapper of stiff cardboard covered in gilt paper (one corner sl. bumped) and separate green gilt-edged slipcase, some wear to slipcase, small folio
Slocum and Cahhon A41. Limited edition 45/100, boldly signed by James Joyce in pencil.
(1) £2000-3000 — £3300.00

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Joyce (James). Haveth Childers Everywhere, Fragment from Work in Progress, 1st ed., Paris and New York, Henry Babou & Jack Kahane and the Fountain Press, 1930, printed in green and black on handmade pure linen Vidalon Royal, light minor stain to title, orig. printed paper cover as issued in transparent protective wrapper, spine a little darkened, orig. green gilt-edged slipcase, sl. rubbed, small folio
Slocum and Cahoon A41. Limited edition 260/500.
(1) £200-300 — £410.00

304
Joyce (James). The Mime of Mick, Nick and the Maggies, A Fragment from Work in Progress, 1st ed., pub. The Hague, Servire Press, 1934, illuminated initial and tailpiece by Lucia Joyce, title printed in red and black, orig. cloth, rubbed, in sl. finger-marked d.j. with illuminated design by Lucia Joyce to upper cover, spine darkened, spine ends and corners a little chipped, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A43. Limited special edition number XXI of XXIX copies on Simili Japon of Van Gelder Zonen, signed by both Lucia and James Joyce.
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). The Mime of Mick £3000-5000 — £9000.00

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Joyce (James). The Mime of Mick, Nick and the Maggies, A Fragment from Work in Progress, 1st ed., The Hague and London, Servire Press and Faber & Faber, 1934, illuminated initial and tailpiece by Lucia Joyce, title printed in red and black, orig. cream printed wrappers with illuminated design by Lucia Joyce to upper cover, some finger markings and light soiling, in worn and broken orig. silver slipcase with loss to edges, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A43. Limited edition on Old Antique Dutch, 380/1000.
(1) £200-300 — £320.00

306
Joyce (James). Collected Poems, 1st ed., New York, Black Sun Press, 1936, sepia port. frontis. by Augustus John, printed in blue throughout, orig. gilt dec. cream boards in sl. chipped transparent protective wrapper, gilt slipcase, small 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A44. Limited edition number 31 of 50 copies on Japan vellum, signed by James Joyce to frontispiece. Joyce was initially ambivalent concerning Augustus John's portait of him but when the drawing was reproduced in the The Joyce Book he conceded: "Praise from a purblind penny poet would be ridiculous but your drawing is clearly the one thing in the volume which is indissentable".
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Collected Poems £2000-3000 — £5200.00

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Joyce (James). Collected Poems, 1st ed., New York, Black Sun Press, 1936, sepia port. frontis. by Augustus John, unopened, printed in blue throughout, orig. cream boards dec. in blue, in chipped transparent protective wrapper (minor loss), small 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A44. Limited edition 669/750.
(1) £300-500 — £400.00

308
Joyce (James). Storiella as She is Syung, 1st ed., Corvinus Press, 1937, printed in red and black on Arnold handmade paper, with illuminated initial by Lucia Joyce, neat owner name to front free endpaper, t.e.g., orig. orange vellum gilt, card slipcase, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon A46. Limited edition number 143 of 150 copies. Signed presentation copy to the literary critic and bibliophile Holbrook Jackson (1878-1948) from the publisher and founder of the Corvinus Press, Viscount Carlow, George Lionel Seymour (1907-44), with Jackson's bookplate loosely inserted. Third blank with presentation inscription: "For Holbrook Jackson, upon his visit to the piers, from Carlow, 12.4.38".
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Storiella as She is Syung £1000-1500 — £1500.00

309
Joyce (James). Finnegans Wake, 1st ed. (limited), London and New York, Faber & Faber and The Viking Press, 1939, bookplate to front pastedown, t.e.g., remainder untrimmed. orig. cloth gilt, in sl. marked orig. pubs. yellow slipcase, lge. 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon A49. Limited edition, number 97 of 425 copies, signed by James Joyce. On 20 August 1939 Joyce wrote to Frank Budgen: "Among other batch of reviews I got this from London Daily Herald verbatim ... An Irish stew of verbiage by the author of Ulysses with unexpected beauty emerging now and then from the peculiar mixture. C'est tout".
(1) Illustration: Joyce (James). Finnegans Wake £3000-5000 — £5000.00<

310
Joyce (James). Finnegans Wake, 1st American ed. (regular), N.Y., Viking, 1939, orig. cloth in chipped and sl. grubby d.j. with some loss, 8vo, together with Exiles, 1st American ed., N.Y., Huebsch, 1918, orig. cloth-backed boards, sl. stained at spine, some edge wear, corners bumped, with remains of d.j., 8vo, plus Exiles ... including Unpublished notes by the Author, discovered after his death, and an Introduction by Padraic Colum, N.Y., Viking, 1951, orig. cloth in sl. marked d.j., sunned at spine, 8vo, and 5 other American editions of Joyce
First and second items Slocum and Cahoon A49 and A15 and respectively.
(8) £100-150 — £350.00

311
Joyce (James). Stephen Hero, 1st ed. Cape, 1944, orig. cloth in d.j., spine of d.j. sl. rubbed and browned with minor wear at head and foot, 8vo, together with Stephen Hero, 2nd (?) American ed., N.Y., New Directions, [1945], orig. black cloth gilt in sl. rubbed and chipped d.j. with small tear at head of upper joint, 8vo, plus Stephen Hero, Star Editions, for sale on the Continent of Europe only, [1948], orig. printed wrappers, 8vo, plus 2 other editions of the same work
See Slocum and Cahoon A51 and A52 respectively.
(5) £70-100 — £150.00

312
Joyce (James and F.J.C. Skeffington). Two Essays, 'A Forgotten Aspect of the University Question' by F.J.C. Skeffington and 'The Day of the Rabblement' by James A. Joyce, pub. Dublin, Gerrard Bros, [1901], 8pp., pinprick hole to half-title, orig. pink printed wrappers, minute loss to lower left hand corner, very minor scattered spotting, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon B1. Scarce, and especially so in this almost fine condition. One of only 85 copies printed. Joyce's first appearance in book form and his second appearance in print. Jointly issued by the authors at their own expense after being rejected for publication by the college magazine St Stephen's.
(1) Illustration: Joyce James. Two Essays £3000-5000 — £3600.00

313
Beckett (Samuel) and others. Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress, 1st ed., Paris, Shakespeare and Company, 1929, portrait of Joyce from another work tipped-in as frontis., orig. printed wrappers, sl. browned, 8vo,
Slocum and Cahoon B10. Includes a passage from the 'Work in Progress' that was not later incorporated in 'Finnegans Wake'. This copy ex libris Holbrook Jackson with his bookplate loosely inserted and the half-title inscribed "HJ, Paris 7/9/29".
(1) £70-100 — £185.00

314
The Venture. An Annual of Art and Literature, pub. John Baillie, [1904], half-title, plts. by Whistler, Brangwyn, Rackham, Ricketts and others, dec. endpapers, orig. pict. cloth, rubbed, minor edge wear with sl. nick to fore-edge of lower cover, 4to
Slocum and Cahoon B2. Contains "Two Songs" by James A. Joyce, the author's first appearance in book form.
(1) £100-150 — £360.00

315
Des Imagistes, An Anthology, 1st English ed, using American sheets, Poetry Bookshop, 1914, half-title, orig. green boards, sl. rubbed, spine a little darkened, together with another copy of the same work with sl. more wear to the boards, both 8vo
Contains Joyce's poem "I Hear An Army". First copy is a variant in that the title is not stamped "Poetry Bookshop" whereas the second copy (and the Slocum and Cahoon copy) is. See Slocum and Cahoon B4.
(2) £70-100 — £180.00

316
Joyce (James). A James Joyce Yearbook, ed. Marie Jolas, Paris, Transition Press, 1949, frontis. and illusts., neat owner name, orig. printed card covers by Andr‚ Masson as issued in very sl. chipped transparent protective wrapper, 8vo
Slocum and Cahoon B30. Limited edition number 592 of 950 copies on Alfa du Marais.
(1) £50-80 — £190.00

317
Tynan (Katharine, ed.). The Wild Harp, a Selection from Irish Poetry, with decorations by C.M. Watts, pub. Sidgwick & Jackson, 1913, orig. grey dec. cloth, rubbed, 4to, together with Heseltine (Philip, "Rab Noolas", ed.), Merry-Go-Down, A Gallery of Gorgeous Drunks through the Ages, decorated by Hal Collins, pub. Mandrake Press, 1929, illusts., t.e.g., orig. cloth in worn and chipped d.j. with loss at head and tail of spine, 4to, ltd. ed. 226/600, plus 3 other Joyce-related items
First item not in Slocum and Cahoon. Contains Joyce's poems "Strings in the Earth and Air", "At that Hour" and "I Hear an Army". Second item Slocum and Cahoon B9, contains Joyce's "All off for a Buster".
(5) £100-150 — £50.00

318
This Quarter, vol.1 no.1, edited in Paris by Ernest Walsh and Ethel Moorhead, [Spring 1925], frontis. port. of Ezra Pound and numerous b&w plts. from photos. at rear, orig. printed wrappers in transparent protective d.j., minor fraying to edges, spine faded, 8vo, together with Le Navire d'Argent, I (i.e. II).5, pub. Paris, October 1925, orig. printed wrappers, sl. rubbed and spotted, 8vo, plus The Little Review, vol.XII no.2, May 1929, b&w illusts., glue perished with contents virtually loose in sl. chipped orig. printed wrappers, minor loss at foot of spine, 4to, and three other issues of the Little Review (two of which in library bindings)
See Slocum and Cahoon C63, C66 and C75 respectively. Each named item contains a contribution from Joyce.
(6) £100-150 — £190.00

319
Transition, nos. 1-5, 7-12, 24, 26 & 27, ed. Eugene Jolas et al., pub. Paris and elsewhere, 1927-38, most issues with b&w plts., all orig. printed wrappers, some wear to each, incl. frayed edges, damage to spine ends, occasional owner names, small burn hole to cover of no.11, some fading and rubbing, a few covers working loose or with sl. tears or minor loss etc., all 8vo, together with a worn duplicate copy of issue no.10
See Slocum and Cahoon 70. Amongst many other notable literary contributions, issues 1-5, 7-12, 26 and 27 contain extracts from the "Work in Progress". Please note that issue no.1 is a second edition copy.
(15) £300-500 — £580.00

320
Two Worlds, vol.1 nos. 1-4 & vol.2 no. 5, ed. Samuel Roth, pub. New York, 1925-26, orig. printed wrappers, sl. rubbed with minor wear to spine ends, in pubs. black slipcases, 8vo, together with Two Worlds Monthly, vol.1 no. 3 and vol.2 nos.1 & 2, ed. Samuel Roth, pub. New York, 1926-27, orig. printed wrappers, rubbed, spines a little worn (esp. final issue), 8vo, and 3 other issues of 'Two Worlds'
See Slocum and Cahoon C65 and C68 respectively. All mentioned items contain unauthorized reprints of material from 'Work in Progess' and 'Ulysses'
(11) £70-100 — £60.00

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Beach (Sylvia). Four typed letters signed on Shakespeare and Company letterheads, Paris, 17th December 1921 to 17th November 1922, all to Thomas Warburton in Manchester and concerning orders for the first and second editions of Ulysses, the last letter with a small manuscript correction in Beach's hand, together with a similar typed letter on B.W. Huebsch letterhead, dated New York, 8th December 1921, concerning the possible publication of an American edition of Ulysses, signed by M.M. Aaron, all 1p., 4to
(5) £100-150 — £720.00

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Rodker (John). A series of five typed letters signed on Casanova Society letterhead and one on John Rodker letterhead (Paris), 13th November 1922 to 1st February 1924, relating to the printing of Rodker's 1st English edition of Ulysses and its separately printed errata, together with an invoice (15th November 1922) for a copy of Ulysses to the letters' correspondent Thomas Warburton, all 1p., 8vo, plus a fine copy of the aforementioned "Errata" [pub. by John Rodker for the Egoist Press, 1922], 8pp., unopened, 4to
(8) £100-150 — £800.00

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