Yorkshire: The Marvell Press,, Original green cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With the dust jacket. A near-fine copy in the jacket, spine panel sunned, very minor chipping to spine ends and tips, yet overall a nice example. First edition, first impression, one of copies, in the first issue binding with a flat spine, and with the misprint "floor" for "sea" on p.
Seller: Peter Harrington Published: The Less Deceived.
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First edition. On the back panel there is a facsimile of the manuscript of the last verse of "Church Going". One of numbered copies signed by the author beneath the facsimile. The record is in immaculate condition, in a very good sleeve a little rubbed and creased at the edges. Seller: Peter Ellis bookseller Published: New York: St.
Martin's Press, First American edition. Fine in about fine dustwrapper with a tiny nick on the front panel. Author's first book. One of copies printed. Soft cover. London: The Marvell Press. First Edition. Hard Cover. One of the first print run of , of which were initially bound for subscribers , this is one of the second state bindings.
The publisher used the leaves from the initial print run and then confusingly stated "Second Edition January " on the verso of the title page. List of subscribers at the back of the book, after the poems.
This copy contains the typographic error in conformity with first printing points. Bibliographic reference: Bloomfield A6 a. Loosely inserted is a newspaper cutting relating to Larkin. Previous owner's name on the front free endpaper, minor wear at the extremities of the cover. The book is now protected by a clear, removable cover. The Less Deceived - Poems. The Marvell Press, Hessle. The first paperback edition denoted by Bloomfield the ''second edition''. Plain wrappers. One of copies. The type was reset for this issue. The misprint on page 38 was corrected and the list of subscribers before publication dropped.
There were three other minor changes.
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There is no indication on the verso of the title-page that this is a new edition. Twenty-nine poems. Covers slightly creased at the edges. Very good indeed in very good dustwrapper slightly faded at the spine and a bit nicked and creased at top edge.
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Seller: Peter Ellis bookseller Published: [i. Hessle: The Marvell Press Original green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Lacks jacket. Slight fading to spine. Bookplate to front endpaper. List of subscribers. Two printed poems tipped-in at rear. Boards clean. Internally clean. First edition, in second state binding, using the original print run sheets, with the declaration 'second edition' added to the verso of the title-page.
The Less Deceived by Philip Larkin
Bloomfield A6 a. Very Good. London: The Marvel Press, . Owner signature on flyleaf. Else a fine clean copy in a very nearly fine dust jacket but for one tiny chip in the lower corner of the front panel. Fourth printing. Tiny owner's name front fly, else about fine in spine-sunned near fine dustwrapper. Attractive copy of a relatively early printing of the author's first book.
Thinner book, fine red cloth, gilt name and silver design bright at center front, gilt and silver lettering very bright on spine, dark red inside covers and adjacent end papers, 45 heavy pages.
DJ heavy paper beneath mylar, maroon and gray, very slightly browned at top front and top back, spine very slightly faded, slight surface wear and micronick at spine top and bottom edge, light wear to long spine edges. DJ has sunned, rubbed spine with chipping and creasing to head. Top closed edge foxed, else clean and tidy.. Fourth Edition. Ships with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! Martins Press, Neat ownership signature, dated ; paper clip impression to a few pages at upper margins, else very good in a slightly marked dust jacket with a bit fading to spine..
Bloomfield A6b. Seller: Locus Solus Rare Books Published: Condition: Neat ownership signature, dated ; paper clip impression to a few pages at upper margins, else very good in a slightly marked Edition: First American edition. The 1st American edition. Clean and Near Fine in a bright, price-intact, VG dustjacket, with light chipping along the spine crown and light offsetting to the front flap. Thin octavo, 45 pgs.
The Less Deceived by Larkin
New York: St Martins Press. Correct watermark and typographical errors for the first printing. One of copies published 22nd May The dust jacket is not price-clipped and contains the correct price for the first issue, protected by a clear, removable cover. No faults for the book; the dust jacket shows a little natural ageing. Scarce, particularly in this condition. Unclipped dust-jacket is a little darkened and very lightly marked with light shelf-wear at edge.
Clean firm dark pink covers with gilt lettering on spine, spine ends are lightly rubbed, sound binding, block edges are lightly foxed, very light foxing on some pages. May Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: The Less Deceived. Presentation copy, inscribed on the front free endpaper to his editor, Charles Monteith: "For Charles - another version of the one that got away! Affectionately, Philip. The first American edition was published in by St.
Martin's and contained more than a few misprints 8vo, original pictorial paper wrappers. Spine a bit sunned, otherwise a fine copy, with the publisher's separately printed order form laid in at the back. Seller: James S. Jaffe Rare Books LLC Published: Condition: Spine a bit sunned, otherwise a fine copy, with the publisher's separately printed order form laid in at the back. Second edition; one of copies.. Slightest of sunning and use at edges; an attractive copy.. Tall 8vo,. Inscribed, with the kindest regards of Philip Larkin, on the front free endpaper. Seller: Jeffrey H. Marks Rare Books Published: .
Condition: Slightest of sunning and use at edges; an attractive copy. Edition: Second edition; one of copies. Martin's Press,  First U. Fine in near fine d. Seller: Michael R. The Marvell Press, East Yorkshire . The second edition and first paperback issue of Larkin's third collection of verse, reset and corrected.
Sewn card wrappers, a little rubbed and chaffed at yapped edges. A nice bright copy in dust wrapper, faded at spine panel and a little rubbed and nicked at spine ends.