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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
AMONG THE DAHLIAS AND OTHER STORIES. 1957.
"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
28/6/68. (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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