The Library of William Andrews Clark, Jr., Wilde and Wildeiana, Oscar Wilde Reproduced From a Portrait Made by an Unknown Artist.
by (Wilde, Oscar).
Slim 4to. San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1923. Slim 4to, pp. With a color frontispiece portrait of Wilde. Original blue-gray paper over boards with green cloth back strip. Paper label on backstrip. Blue-Gray paper covered slipcase. Fine. Limited to 50 copies of which this is 41. A supplement to Clark’s catalogues of his justly renowned collection of Wilde now in the Clark Library at UCLA. A scarce piece, also issued in a printing of 100 copies to go with the set of catalogues. (Inventory #: 109861)
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