17, Selsdon Road.
London. E11 2QF.

William SANSOM.
First Editions in very good condition unless otherwise described.

FIRE OVER LONDON. (1941) Original pictorial wraps. His 1st (anonymous) publication.
The London Fire Service 1940-41. £40.00

THREE. 1946. Hogarth Press. Author's second book. Burgundy boards and gilt. Dust jacket designed by John Minton frayed and chipped but complete. Pages a bit browned with age but overall a bright enough copy.£30.00

SOUTH. 1948. Dw by J Piper. Aspects & Images from Corsica, Italy & Southern France. £16.00

THE PASSIONATE NORTH. 1950. Hogarth Press. Covers very slightly dust soiled, spine lightly sunned otherwise a very good copy. £12.50

THE FACE OF INNOCENCE. 1951. Hogarth Press. Dw frayed. Name on front end paper.
"This book won praise for its skilful use of dialogue & unfailing eye for subtle social distinctions." Illustrated by R Sheradshi. £10.00

THE FACE OF INNOCENCE. 1951. Dw. Late issue binding & jacket. £6.00

LORD LOVE US. 1954. Hogarth Press. Dw. Illustrated by Lynton Lamb. £15.00

A CONTEST OF LADIES. 1956. Hogarth Press. Torn dw by Charles Mozley. £10.00

THE LOVING EYE. 1956. Hogarth Press. Dw. Vg.£15.00

"demonstrates his perceptiveness in a series of bizarre situations." £7.00

THE CAUTIOUS HEART. 1958. Hogarth Press. Dw a little worn but not price clipped.. £10.00

THE LAST HOURS OF SANDRA LEE. 1961. Hogarth Press. Dw. Illustrated by J Woodcock. £12.00

THE STORIES OF WILLIAM SANSOM. 1963. Hogarth Press. Introduced by E Bowen.
Proof copy in original drab wraps.£17.50

CHRISTMAS. 1968. Dw. Illustrated by R Jacques both in colour & black & white. £17.50

GRAND TOUR TODAY. 1968. Hogarth Press. Dw. £10.00

HANS FEET IN LOVE. 1971. Hogarth Press. Dw. £10.00

THE MARMALADE BIRD. 1973. Hogarth Press. Proof copy in original wraps. £15.00

THE MARMALADE BIRD. 1973. Hogarth Press. Dw. £15.00

A YOUNG WIFE'S TALE. 1974. Hogarth Press. Dw by J Sutcliffe. £8.00

VARIOUS TEMPTATIONS. Original typescript inscribed as such & initialled by D Val Baker, editor of "Stories of the Night" in which this appeared. 25pp witheditor's corrections & instructions to printer. This story first appeared in "Something Terrible, Something Lovely. Not dated. £16.00

Telegraph Magazine.
. (W Sansom-Day Out-3pp short story; E Mullins on Picasso's work in the Theatre.) £10.00
23/11/73. (Traveller's Joy, a short story, by W Sansom; Genius, Harold Pinter, A Change in Direction by Lee Langley; Byron Rogers on Somerset House illustrated by J Goldblatt; Young Man & Old Bnes by R Leakey; etc.) Original wraps frayed. £10.00

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