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New Hampshire

ROBERT FROST’S NEW HAMPSHIRE, INSCRIBED BY HIM WITH A POEM FROM THE BOOK

FROST, Robert. New Hampshire. New York, 1924.

First edition, third printing, issued a year after the first printing, inscribed by Frost with lines from the poem "I Will Sing You One-O": "The clock struck one/ In that grave one/ They spoke of the sun/ And moon and stars/ Saturn and Mars/ And Jupiter/ x x x x x/ Their solemn peals/ Were not their own/ They spoke for the clock/ With whose vast wheels/ Theirs interlock/ Robert Frost/ For Edwin T. Bowden Jr.''. $6000.

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New Hampshire

ROBERT FROST'S NEW HAMPSHIRE, INSCRIBED BY HIM WITH TWO LINES OF VERSE FROM THE BOOK

FROST, Robert. New Hampshire. New York, 1924.

First edition, fourth printing, issued a year after the first printing, inscribed by Frost on the front free endpaper with lines from the poem "A Star in a Stone-Boat": "He was not used to stars thrown dark/ And lifeless from an interrupted arc./ Robert Frost." $4800.

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Further Range

"—BRING OUT THE STARS, BRING OUT THE FLOWERS, THUS CONCENTRATING EARTH AND SKIES SO NONE NEED BE AFRAID OF SIZE—"

FROST, Robert. Further Range. New York, 1936.

First edition of Frost’s Pulitzer Prize-winner, signed and inscribed by him with lines from his poem "All Revelation": "—Bring out the stars, bring out the flowers, Thus concentrating earth and skies So none need be afraid of size—Robert Frost. For Ann E. Rowden. 1951." $3800.

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Complete Poems

"THE MOST HIGHLY ESTEEMED AMERICAN POET OF THE 20TH CENTURY"

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

Signed limited edition, number 173 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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