THE GOLDEN HIND: A Quarterly Magazine Of Art And Literature. October 1922--July 1923; The First Volume, Complete.

Price: $1,250.00


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London: Chapman and Hall, 1922-1923. FIRST EDITION. Light dusting to the covers, but free of stain, markings, or any serious defects: A VERY GOOD+ SET of the rare periodical in which can be found many of Spare's most profound drawings and lithographs. Literary contributions by Alec Waugh, Aldous Huxley, Laurence Houseman, Ford Madox Ford, Rabindranath Tagore, Joseph Hergesheimer, Havelock Ellis et al. Illustrations by Alastair, John Austen, John Nash, Robert Gibbings, Jack Yeats, Haldane Macfall, Frank Brangwyn (color drawing) et al. Private Subscribers list in first issue, adverts. front and rear. Second issue with adverts, and last issue with four page insert from Clifford Bax announcing a smaller format for ensuing issues, and a subscription form. Issue One: 48 pages. Issue 2: 38 pages. Issue 3: 40 pages. Issue 4: 40 pages. (Item ID: 16569)


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