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    Sale 2514 | Lot 44
    Price Realized: $875With Buyer's Premium
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    • Sale 2514 Lot 44

      RALPH CHUBB (1892-1960)


      Manhood, a Poem, Designed and Engraved by the Author,

      Woodcut frontispiece, 7 small illustrations, plus colophon, title, and wrapper decorations. Type set by Ethel Chubb. Original printed wrappers, some light marginal toning and edgewear, light scattered foxing. Privately printed at Curridge, Berkshire, February 1924.Privately printed: Curridge, Berkshire, February 1924

      Estimate $600 - 900


      one of 200 copies of the first issue of chubb's first book,
      privately printed by the author's brother, Lawrence Chubb, on the hand-press he made for himself. Reid A1i. with--Three books by Chubb: A Fable of Love & War. Illustrated by Chubb. 8vo, original grey wrappers. Number 157 of 200 copies of the first edition, first issue, initialed by Chubb. Reid A3i. Privately printed, 1925 * Songs Pastoral and Paradisal. Illustrated with decorations hand-printed in colors by Vincent Stuart. number 16 of 100 copies signed by chubb and the first book of the tintern press. 4to, 1/2 cerulean blue morocco gilt, moderate wear. Reid A11i. Brockweir, Gloucestershire, 1935 * The Shipboy's Tale. Illustrated. Number 34 of only 40 copies. Sub Signo Libelli Press, 1977.


      Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $875