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  1. First edition, inscribed by the author: 'Please accept this dear David not merely as a souvenir of something that is past but as a talisman for the future. With my love and gratitude Noel Coward 'In Which we Serve'' 1941/42'; 8vo (225 x 155 mm); photographic frontispiece of the author and a further 30 illustrations, the usual age-toning, marginal finger-soiling to pp 138 & 138, with small marginal stain to latter, otherwise near-fine; contemporary full maroon morocco by Henry T. Wood, London, all edges gilt, offsetting to endpapers, very mild stain to upper board, rubbed at extremities but in all, sound and wholly original with not restoration.

  2. Long Playing vinyl record, with original 10pp booklet inserted. 1 of 99 numbered copies signed by Durrell. 12' black vinyl record, in original inner sleeve, outer sleeve blue laminated paper printed in black with a design by the author. Some foxing to the pamphlet as usual, trace of creasing to the sleeve but an exceptional example.

  3. First edition, first impression. 8vo. Publisher's red cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the photographic dust jacket. A superb copy in the little rubbed, internally repaired dust jacket missing small pieces at the corners and base of the spine panel.

  4. First edition, first impression, hardback issue, one of 1000 copies. 8vo. Publisher's grey boards, titles to spine in blue. With the dust jacket. Some mild toning to the contents, a number of interesting contemporary pencil notes to a few pages, boards a little browned as often, very good ion the nicked, toned and lightly rubbed dust jacket with some archival tape reinforcement at the top edge.

  5. First U.S. edition, inscribed by the author; 8vo; photographic illustrations, publisher's red cloth, titles to spine gilt on a black ground, illustrated, near-fine; handwritten letter by the same loosely inserted.

  6. First edition; 4to; black & white photographic illustrations, publisher's white cloth, lettered in black, tiny stain to upper edge of front cover, large one to rear cover, offset to dust-jacket, the exterior of the jacket near-fine with only mild dust-soiling.

  7. New impression, inscribed by the author; 8vo; frontispiece and a further 15 illustrations with captioned tissue-guards, the occasional minor mark or spot, hinge split at title but holding, otherwise very good; publisher's quarter cloth over paper-covered boards, worn, with abrasions, red-dot affixed to spine, slight cocking, offsetting to free endpapers, otherwise sound and robust.

  8. First U.S. edition; 8vo; inscribed by the playwright on front free endpaper; publisher's taupe cloth, dust-jacket, lightly dust-soiled, chips, creases and short tears to extremities, the latter mostly to spine ends, otherwise internally fine.

  9. First edition; small 4to (205 x 205 mm.); frontispiece and illustrations; publisher's red cloth, dust-jacket, a very good copy.

  10. 2 vols; 8vo; libretto, one of 10 examples on Japon imperial, hors commerce, this for the publisher Henri Barthlémy, 8vo, 14 original Pochoirs by Saude after Georges Lepape, original wrappers. Décors et costumes: one of of 10 copies on Japon Imperial, hors commerce, this for the publisher Henri Barthlémy, 61 colour plates (seven double page folding), loose in the original wrappers, both volumes protected by a chemise and slipcase (slight wear).

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