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INSCRIBED AND TWICE SIGNED TO WELLS FAMILY NANNY MATHILDE MEYER AND WITH AN AUTOGRAPH SCORECARD FEATURING TWO ORIGINAL PENCIL SKETCHES BY H.G. WELLS

WELLS, H.G. Floor Games. WITH: Autograph scorecard featuring two original sketches. London, 1911. First edition, presentation copy, of this wonderful children’s book on imaginative play and “floor games,” inscribed in the year of publication to the Wells family nanny: “Mathilde Meyer from H.G. Wells, very best wishes. Dec. 1911,” with photographic print tipped onto verso of frontispiece and pencil signature of H.G. Wells directly below, accompanied by a laid in autograph scorecard from a game of “Racing Down at Easton Globe” played by Wells and his family (including Meyer) written entirely in H.G. Wells’ hand, featuring elaborate original pencil sketches of a card game and a murder scene on recto and verso by Wells. $8000.

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EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF H.G. WELLS FIRST EDITIONS, THREE VOLUMES INSCRIBED BY WELLS TO HIS CLOSE FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR SIR RICHARD ARMAN GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. Collection of first editions. London, 1910-45. Twenty volumes.

A wonderful collection of presentation first editions, given by H.G. Wells to Sir Richard Arman Gregory, his longtime close friend and frequent scientific advisor for his books, with three of the novels inscribed by Wells to Gregory. $5000.

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INSCRIBED BY H.G. WELLS TO HIS SCIENTIFIC ADVISER AND FRIEND SIR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. Love and Mr. Lewisham. London and New York, 1900.

First published edition (preceded only by a New York copyright edition earlier the same year), presentation-association copy inscribed by H.G. Wells to Richard Arman Gregory, a close friend who served as his scientific advisor, "To R.A. Gregory from H.G. Wells, and the Lord bless & keep him." $4500.

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INSCRIBED BY WELLS TO HIS FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC CONSULTANT SIR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. Marriage. London, 1912.

First edition of this novel, inscribed by Wells on the front free endpaper, "R.A.G. from H.G." Presented to and from the collection of Wells’ close friend and frequent scientific adviser, Sir Richard Arman Gregory. $2250.

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INSCRIBED BY WELLS TO HIS FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC CONSULTANT SIR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. The New Machiavelli. London, 1911.

First English edition of this roman a clef, inscribed by Wells on the front free endpaper in the year of publication, "R.A.G.s from H.G. 1911" Presented to and from the collection of Wells’ close friend and frequent scientific adviser, Sir Richard Arman Gregory. $2000.

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INSCRIBED BY WELLS TO HIS FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC CONSULTANT SIR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. The Open Conspiracy. London, 1928.

First edition of "Wells' matured theory of world revolution through functional elites," inscribed by Wells on the half title, "R.A.G.S. as ever from H.G." Presented to and from the collection of Wells’ close friend and frequent scientific adviser, Sir Richard Arman Gregory. $2000.

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INSCRIBED BY H.G. WELLS TO HIS CLOSE FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. Book of Catherine Wells. London, 1928.

First edition of H.G. Wells' "deeply moving" tribute to his wife, inscribed by him on the half title to his close friend and advisor Richard Arman Gregory, "RAGs. Old friend from H.G." Handsomely bound by Zaehnsdorf. $1850.

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"WITH PRAYERS FOR HIS CONVERSION": INSCRIBED BY WELLS TO HIS FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC CONSULTANT SIR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. New Worlds for Old. London, 1908.

First edition of this collection of Wells' essays on socialism, inscribed by Wells on the half title, "RAG. from H.G.W. With prayers for his conversion." Presented to and from the collection of Wells’ close friend and frequent scientific adviser, Sir Richard Arman Gregory. $1800.

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INSCRIBED BY H.G. WELLS TO HIS CLOSE FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR

WELLS, H.G. Experiment in Autobiography. London, 1934. Two volumes.

First edition, illustrated with many portraits, photographs and drawings, inscribed by Wells on the half title of Volume I to his close friend and scientific advisor, "RAGS FRS from HG as ever." $1500.

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INSCRIBED BY WELLS TO HIS FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC CONSULTANT SIR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. The Wheels of Chance. New York, 1896.

First American edition of this early Wells novel, with illustrations by J. Ayton Symington, inscribed by Wells on the front free endpaper, "R.A. Gregory in appreciation & esteem, from H.G." Presented to and from the collection of Wells’ close friend and frequent scientific adviser, Sir Richard Arman Gregory. $1250.

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INSCRIBED BY H.G. WELLS TO HIS CLOSE FRIEND AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR RICHARD GREGORY

WELLS, H.G. Bulpington of Blup. London, 1932.

First edition, presentation copy, inscribed by H.G. Wells at the top of the contents page to his close friend and advisor Richard Arman Gregory, "To R.A. Gregory. From H.G." With a laid-in brief typed note on the publisher's letterhead presenting this volume "With the author's compliments." $900.

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