n/p: Sutton Hoo Press, n/d. Ladislav Hanka. 1st. Illustrated with a wood engraving by Ladislav Hanka. Printed by C. M. Oness from Bulmer types on Johannot paper with the poet and artist assisting, 7 1/2 x 14 inches. Fine.
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San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1927. 1st. Hardcover. One of 250 copies printed at the Grabhorn Press in November of 1927.
Lahnstein: FlugBlatt-Presse 1987, 1987. Hardcover. (FlugBlatt-Presse). Artmann, H.C. DER AERONAUTISCHE SINDTBART ODER SELTSAME LUFTREISE VON NIDERCALIFORNIEN NACH CRAIN DREIBEGSTES ABENDTEUR AUT CAPITUL. Illustriert von Peter Malutzki. [Lahnstein], FlugBlatt-Presse, 1987. One of 120 numbered copies, signed by the artist. Decorated paper over boards. 67,  pp. Fine.
Mexico City: Pin Studio, 2003. 1st. Hardcover. One of 500 copies. Presentation signed by the author on the title page.
Philadelphia: Jane Adams House, 1952. Paperback. One of 1,000 copies printed at the Prairie Press. Wraps. Fine condition. Cheever 102. Poems by the winner of the 1946 Nobel Peace Prize.
El Paso: Carl Hertzog, 1942. Introduction by Paul Radin. One of 295 numbered copies. Bound in full brown cloth. Dust jacket. Near fine condition. Lowman 17B.
Easthampton: Warwick Press, 1989. Paperback. One of 445 copiies signed by the poet and Carol J. Blinn, the printer.
New York, William Edwin Rudge, 1924. One of 500 copies designed by Bruce Rogers and printed at the Printing House of William Edwin Rudge. Paper boards with the title stamped in gilt. Fine.
Muscatine: Prairie Press, 1937. 1st. Hardcover. One of 225 copies signed by the author. Cloth. Fine condition. Cheever 10. Signed by Author.
New Fairfield, October House, 1955. One of 600 copies designed by Bruce Rogers and printed at The Stinehour Press. Bound in quarter purple cloth and decorated paper boards with the title in gilt on the spine. Fine.
Amherst: Slow Loris Press, 1971. A poem of 18 lines, printed on green paper. One of 300 copies, of which 25 are numbered and signed. This copy is unsigned. Sheet measures 8.5 x 11 inches (21.5 x 27.9 cm).
St. Paul: Ruminator. broadside. An excerpt illustrated by Gaylord Schanilec and printed at Midnight Paper Sales. Number Four of the Midnight Ruminator series unfortunately completed after the store went out of business. One of 110 numbered copies signed by the author. Sheet measures 11 x 15 inches (28 x 38.2 cm).
Omaha: Cummington Press, 1991. One of 212 numbered copies bound in Curtis paper wraps. As new.
Tucson: Sun Gemini Press, 1987. Limited/Numbered. Hardcover. One of 43 numbered copies from a total edition of 77. Cloth with a printed paper spine label, errata slip laid in. Fine.
New York: Press of the Woolly Whale, n.d. Hardcover. Illustrated by Philip G. Reed. Decorated covered paper boards. Fine.
Ox Head Press, 1975. Paperback. One of 400 copies. Bound in light blue wraps.
Cleveland: Rowfant Club, 1964. 1st. Paperback. Wrongfontia No. 2. One of 200 numbered copies, this out of series. Printed by Carroll Coleman at the Prairie Press. Wraps. Fine condition. Cheever 141.
Adelaide: Limited Editions Club, 1975. Hardcover. With an introduction by Alan Villiers. This edition designed by Douglas A. Dunstan and illustrated by Geoffrey C. Ingleton. One of 2000 numbered copies printed at The Griffin Press. This copy unnumbered, but signed by both Dunstan and Ingleton. Bound in full natural decorated...
n. p: Minnesota Center for Book Arts, . One of 400 copies. Illustrated throughout with blakc-and-white photographs. Bound in the publisher's original glossy black-and-white illustrated boards.
Worcester, Massachusetts: Achelle J. St. Onge, 1965. Hardcover. One of 200 copies printed from Lutetia type on Bodoni paper by Joh. Enschede en Zonen, Haarlem, Holland.
Worcester, Massachusetts: Achille H. St. Onge, 1962. One of 250 copies printed by Joh. Enschede en Zonen, Haarlem, Holland. Bound in publisher's original blue cloth with the front cover stamped in gilt.
London: Beaumont Press, 1930. 1st. Hardcover. One of 325 copies of the 25th book issued by the Beaumont Press. The cover, title page, illustrations and decorations were designed by Randolph Schwabe.
Marshall: Ox head Press, 1977. Paperback. The leaf ornaments were hand colored with watercolor and brush. One of 500 copies. Bound in blue sewn wraps.
Omaha: Cummington Press, 1987. Hardcover. Illustrated with an intaglio portrait of Baudelaire numbered and signed by Priscilla Steele. Omaha, Cummington Press, 1987. 1st edition. One of 255 copies. Bound in full maroon cloth with a paper label on the spine. Mint condition.
St. Paul: Bookslinger Editions & Odegard Books, 1981. 1st. A suite of 6 broadsides displaying the work of these presses. The authors represented are: Carol Bly, Patricia Hampl, Jon Hassler, Deborah Keenan, and Susan Allen Toth. Laid in a paper folder. One of 300 sets. Fine condition.