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"TO PAULINE PAN, A GREAT PETER"

(RACKHAM, Arthur) BARRIE, J.M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. London, 1906.

Signed limited first separate edition, number 128 of only 500 copies signed by Rackham, with 50 mounted color illustrations. A superb association copy, inscribed on the illustrated original endpaper by J.M. Barrie to Pauline Chase, who played Peter Pan in the original London production of the play, "To Pauline Pan, a great Peter, from a grateful JMB." $26,000.

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"AND THAT WAS THE BEGINNING OF FAIRIES"

BARRIE, J.M. (RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator). Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. London, 1906.

First trade edition of the Arthur Rackham-illustrated Peter Pan, with 50 mounted color illustrations. A superb presentation copy, inscribed on the half title by J.M. Barrie with a quote from the book: "When the first baby laughed for the first time, the laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies. J.M. Barrie." Splendidly bound in full exhibition morocco-gilt in the Arts & Crafts style by Sangorski & Sutcliffe with the original cloth bound in at the rear. $15,000.

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“A TURNING POINT IN HIS CAREER”

(RACKHAM, Arthur) IRVING, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. London, 1905.

Deluxe signed limited first edition, with 51 full-color mounted plates by Rackham, number 5 of only 250 copies signed by Rackham, one of the smallest limitations for a Rackham title and "the first book illustrated wholly by Rackham to be issued in a limited edition" (Riall). One of the most scarce and desirable Rackham titles. With a two-page autograph letter signed by Rackham regarding Rip Van Winkle laid in. $14,500.

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ONE OF ONLY 105 COPIES SIGNED BY MARGERY WILLIAMS BIANCO

(RACKHAM, Arthur) BIANCO, Margery Williams. Poor Cecco. New York, 1925.

Signed limited large-paper first edition, number 72 of only 105 copies signed by Margery Williams Bianco, of her enchanting toy adventure, with seven full-page mounted illustrations and numerous in-text line drawings by Rackham. $9500.

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ONE OF 525 COPIES BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED AND SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM

(RACKHAM, Arthur) DICKENS, Charles. A Christmas Carol. London and Philadelphia, 1915.

Signed limited edition, presentation-association copy of the "Bible of Christmas," number 395 of only 525 copies signed by the illustrator, with 12 beautiful mounted color plates and 20 in-text line cuts by Rackham. $9000.

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“A TURNING POINT IN HIS CAREER”

(RACKHAM, Arthur) IRVING, Washington. Rip Van Winkle. London, 1905.

Deluxe signed limited first edition, with 51 full-color mounted plates by Rackham, number 212 of only 250 copies signed by Rackham, one of the smallest limitations for a Rackham title and "the first book illustrated wholly by Rackham to be issued in a limited edition" (Riall), beautifully bound by Bayntun-Riviere in elaborate full morocco-gilt with a pictorial onlay on the front cover depicting an aged Rip Van Winkle. One of the most scarce and desirable Rackham titles. $7800.

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“…I HAVE MORE AFFECTION FOR THE GRIMM DRAWINGS THAN FOR OTHER SETS”

(RACKHAM, Arthur). The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. London, 1909.

Deluxe signed limited edition, number 385 of 750 copies signed by Rackham, of one of his most famous works, with 40 mounted color plates and numerous black-and-white drawings by him. $6500.

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ONE OF ONLY 525 COPIES ILLUSTRATED AND SIGNED BY RACKHAM

ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales. London, 1932.

Signed limited first edition of this classic fairy tale collection, number 496 of only 525 copies signed by Rackham, illustrated with 12 full-page color plates and 59 delightful in-text line cuts by him. $5400.

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SHAKESPEARE’S TEMPEST, ILLUSTRATED AND SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM

(RACKHAM, Arthur) SHAKESPEARE, William. The Tempest. London and New York, [1926].

Deluxe signed limited first edition, number 13 of only 520 copies, with 21 full-page mounted color illustrations and 25 in-text line cuts, signed by Rackham, uncut and unopened, in scarce original dust jacket. $4800.

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“NONE HAD A GREATER SENSE OF MYSTERY AND MAGIC THAN RACKHAM”

(RACKHAM, Arthur) STEEL, Flora Annie. English Fairy Tales. London, 1918.

Signed limited first edition, number 107 of 500 copies signed by Arthur Rackham, with color frontispiece, 15 mounted color plates and 42 black-and-white in-text illustrations by him. $4500.

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"PEOPLING THE UNIVERSE WITH ELVES AND LEPRECHAUNS"

RACKHAM, Arthur. The Arthur Rackham Fairy Book. London, 1933.

Signed limited first edition, number 273 of only 460 copies signed by Rackham, with eight full-page color illustration and 60 in-text line cuts and silhouettes, a handsome uncut copy. $4000.

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“A MASTER OF THE MEDIUM”: RACKHAM’S SIGNED LIMITED CINDERELLA

(RACKHAM, Arthur) EVANS, Charles Seddon. Cinderella. London and Philadelphia, 1919.

Deluxe limited edition, number 111 of only 325 copies printed on Japanese vellum (out of a total edition of 850) signed by Rackham, illustrated with his remarkable silhouette drawings. $3500.

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TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE ILLUSTRATED AND SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM

(RACKHAM, Arthur) LAMB, Charles and Mary. Tales from Shakespeare. London / New York, 1909.

Deluxe limited large-paper edition, number 520 of 750 copies signed and illustrated by Rackham. With 13 mounted full-page color illustrations and numerous other illustrations by Rackham, beautifully bound. $3000.

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ONE OF 460 COPIES SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM

(RACKHAM, Arthur) IBSEN, Henrik. Peer Gynt. London, 1936.

Deluxe signed limited edition of Ibsen's classic dramatic poem, number 134 of 460 copies signed by illustrator Arthur Rackham (of which only 450 were for sale), with 12 vibrant color plates by Rackham. $2500.

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ONE OF 460 COPIES SIGNED BY ARTHUR RACKHAM

(RACKHAM, Arthur) IBSEN, Henrik. Peer Gynt. London, 1936.

Deluxe signed limited edition of Ibsen’s classic dramatic poem, number 275 of 460 copies signed by illustrator Arthur Rackham (of which only 450 were for sale), with 12 vibrant color plates by Rackham. $2500.

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ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH SIGNED ARTHUR RACKHAM LETTER REGARDING THE PLAGIARISM OF HIS WORK BY AMERICAN ARTIST EDWARD TURNBULL, WITH ORIGINAL ENVELOPE HAND-ADDRESSED AND SIGNED BY RACKHAM AND VARIOUS LETTERS FROM CONCERNED PARTIES AND OTHER RELATED EPHEMERA

RACKHAM, Arthur. Autograph letter signed. Surrey, England, July 28, 1933.

Original lengthy autograph letter from Arthur Rackham, entirely written and signed by him, to a Mrs. Lloyd [Berrall] regarding the theft of his illustrations by American artist Edward Trumbull for a mural in New York's Metropolitan Life Building, with original hand-addressed signed envelope. $2200.

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"NO CHRISTMAS WAS COMPLETE WITHOUT A NEW RACKHAM GIFT BOOK": SIGNED LIMITED EDITION OF RACKHAM'S BRITISH BALLADS

RACKHAM, Arthur. Some British Ballads. London, 1919.

Signed limited edition, number 354 of only 575 copies signed by Rackham, with 16 beautiful full-page mounted color illustrations and 24 in-text line cuts, a splendid copy bound by Bayntun Riviere in full crushed morocco gilt. $2200.

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“HE ESCAPED FROM BEING A HUMAN WHEN HE WAS SEVEN DAYS OLD…”

(RACKHAM, Arthur) BARRIE, J.M. Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. London, circa 1913.

Third edition, illustrated by Rackham with a color frontispiece, 49 original mounted color plates, and 12 in-text line cuts (seven full-page), handsomely bound. $1500.

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