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APG 108.4 (2011). Robert Frost. APG 108.4 (2011) Author Price Guide. (Dickerson: Quill & Brush, 2004). Includes a facsimile of the author's signature; a brief biographical sketch; a list of the author's first editions (American and British) current to the date of publication of the guide, with entries for limited and trade editions; number of copies (if available); how to identify the first edition; and estimated values with and without the dustwrapper (if applicable). Issued as a PDF file. Click HERE for a complete list of our individual Author Price Guides or for information about ordering the complete set on CD.
[Book #22797]       Price: $16.50
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THE INTERVALS OF ROBERT FROST: A Critical Bibliography by Louis and Esther Mertins. Robert Frost. THE INTERVALS OF ROBERT FROST: A Critical Bibliography by Louis and Esther Mertins.
Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1947. First edition. With an introduction by Fulmer Mood. Fine in near fine, slightly tanned dust jacket with a few minor smudges.

[Book #51626]       Price: $50.00
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A MASQUE OF MERCY. Robert Frost. A MASQUE OF MERCY.
New York: Henry Holt, (1947). First edition. Minute spot on page edges, otherwise fine in slightly spine-faded dust jacket with tiny chip.

[Book #48929]       Price: $60.00
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A MOOD APART. Robert Frost. A MOOD APART.
[Durham, NC]: Duke University, 1945. First edition. First appearance of poem later collected in STEEPLE BUSH (1947). Approximately 7 x 10" broadside poem illustrated with photograph of Frost in the Rare Book Room of the Duke University Library. Flattened creases where previously folded to quarters, archival tape repair on verso where creases intersect, otherwise very good to near fine. Together with "Library Notes," a bulletin issued for the "Friends of Duke University Library" detailing Frost's visit and publication of the broadside. (Single sheet folded to make 4 pages; similarly creased where previously folded.) Rare. UNRECORDED BROADSIDE.

[Book #49100]       Price: $300.00
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SMALL ARCHIVE consisting of a CHAPBOOK, TWO CHRISTMAS GREETINGS, & TWO TELEGRAMS: THE LONE STRIKER, NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP, and TO A YOUNG WRETCH. Robert Frost, Phillips Farmer. SMALL ARCHIVE consisting of a CHAPBOOK, TWO CHRISTMAS GREETINGS, & TWO TELEGRAMS: THE LONE STRIKER, NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP, and TO A YOUNG WRETCH.
(New York: Knopf / Spiral Press, 1933 -1937). First edition. Small archive of a friendship between Frost and Phillips Palmer. Includes a chapbook, THE LONE STRIKER (1933), presentation copy INSCRIBED, "For Phillips Palmer / from Robert Frost / 1933." Number eight of The Borzoi Chap Books. Thin, tan, handsewn paperwraps printed in red and black. Fine in very good, original envelope. NEITHER OUT FAR NOR IN DEEP (1935). INSCRIBED, "To Phillips Palmer with / adjuration to keep on taking poetry in his own way / RF." Single poem issued as a holiday greeting. One of 450 (of 1,235 total) with the "Elinor & Robert Frost" imprint. Small, plain paperwraps sewn into a thin Japanese "Kikone" dustwrapper. Light offset from paper to first and last page, as usually seen, and touch of edgewear to dust jacket, otherwise nearly fine. In original mailing envelope addressed to Palmer in Frost's hand. Frost, Robert. TO A YOUNG WRETCH, (1937). Holiday greeting, illustrated with woodcuts by J.J. Lankes, "Elinor & Robert Frost" imprint Plain white paperwraps in thin gold dust jacket printed in black. Some edge chipping, still a very good example of this very fragile jacket. In original mailing envelope addressed to Phillips Palmer in Frost's hand. TWO TELEGRAMS: one dated December 11th and sent to Palmer at his home by Frost's wife, "Mr Frost sick in bed suggest your coming next Monday instead of tomorrow"; the other sent by Frost to Palmer at Middlebury College, "Must be misquoted sounds not the least like me in form or content someone must be trying to set me up in a new pretentiousness...." Telegrams are tanned and starting to split at folds and include a tattered Western Union Telegram envelope.

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