By Charles Dickens, designed by Francis Meynell, edited by Arthur Waugh and Hugh Walpole
Uncommonly complete and exquisitely preserved set of the landmark Nonesuch Press publication, one of the most fully realized and beautifully executed Dickens collections ever produced — this with the original packing material and documents and in the rare original dust jackets.
Brilliant artist's book from John Gerard's Paperstudio in which artist Wolfgang Heuwinkel utilizes chromatography to color handmade paper, the sheets then cleverly cut to form the letters that spell "Anfang" (Beginning) and 'Ende' (End) — all appropriately bound dos-à-dos.
By Franz Kafka, illustrated by José Luis Cuevas, introduction by Robert Coles
First Limited Editions Club edition of Kafka's most famous work, introduced by Robert Coles and signed by illustrator Cuevas, whose etchings and drawings second Coles's interpretation of the story as a "psychiatric parable."