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RARE FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE OF FROST’S SECOND PUBLISHED BOOK, NORTH OF BOSTON, INSCRIBED BY FROST IN THE YEAR AFTER PUBLICATION

FROST, Robert. North of Boston. London, 1914.

Rare first edition, first issue of Frost's second published book, in the very rare Binding A, inscribed by him in black ink on the front free endpaper: "With real regard, Robert Frost, May 15, 1915." Also with two small corrections to the text in Frost's hand. $9800.

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“THE MOST HIGHLY ESTEEMED AMERICAN POET OF THE 20TH CENTURY”

FROST, Robert. The Complete Poems. New York, 1950. Two volumes.

Signed limited edition, number 1267 of 1500 copies signed by Frost, praised by T.S. Eliot as "perhaps the most eminent, the most distinguished Anglo-American poet now living," additionally signed by famed typographer Bruce Rogers and New England illustrator Thomas W. Nason. $3600.

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“THE MOST HIGHLY ESTEEMED AMERICAN POET OF THE 20TH CENTURY”

FROST, Robert. Complete Poems. New York, 1950. Two volumes.

Signed limited edition, number 1352 of 1500 copies signed by Frost, praised by T.S. Eliot as "perhaps the most eminent, the most distinguished Anglo-American poet now living," additionally signed by famed typographer Bruce Rogers and New England illustrator Thomas W. Nason. $3600.

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SELECTED POEMS, SIGNED BY ROBERT FROST

FROST, Robert. Selected Poems. New York, 1928.

First edition of this expanded selection of Robert Frost's poems, in rare original dust jacket with photo of Frost on the front panel, inscribed "For Katharine M. Denworth from Robert Frost" on the front free endpaper, and with fourteen poems not in the 1923 edition, including "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening." $2850.

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“RICH CONTRAST, CLARITY OF VISION, HUMAN APPEAL”

FROST, Robert. Mountain Interval. New York, 1924.

Later edition of this early and important Frost title, inscribed on page 25 below the poem "Meeting and Passing" to a Phillips Andover English instructor and poetry critic, Francis Bertrand McCarthy: "—- for Mr. McCarthy especially. Robert Frost." $850.

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