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Muswell Hill, Schirmer Art Books, 1995. With an essay by Attila Csampai.
Tokyo, Gallery Min, 1987. Introduction by Mark Johnstone.
Melbourne, Robertson and Mullens, 1946.
Sydney, Watermark Press, 2004. Loosely inserted is a card inscribed to Russell Starke.
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2004.
London, John Hogg, [1888, first edition]. Australian legal and medical provenance; gift inscription to Helen Mayo from 'Father and Mother, 1st October 1890', and further inscribed 'the scroll of History is the curtain that hides the future'; a later hand has added in pencil 'reveals' above 'hides'. Dr Helen Mayo.
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1983. Inscribed, signed and dated (8 May 1986) by the author to John Bray, South Australian Chief Justice and poet.
London, Gollancz, 1976.
Adelaide, [The Author, 1998]. Signed by the author; loosely inserted is a large colour label (self-adhesive, but unused) with the unit's name and flash.
Adelaide, [The Author, 1998].
London, Adam and Charles Black, 1909/ 1903. Plus over 80 plates, mostly in colour, from paintings by Allingham.
Auckland, Oxford University Press, 1984. The first definitive edition of Mansfield's stories.
Berkeley, University of California, 1970 (second edition, revised, amplified and rearranged)/ 1951. Inscribed ('good wine is best'), dated (17 October 1979) and signed by Margaret Amerine on the title page.
Adelaide, South Australian Museum Board and the Botanic Gardens Board, 1981. Number 345 of 750 numbered copies.
Kineton, Roundwood Press, 1974. Warmly inscribed, dated (27 July 1974) and signed by the author to Peggy Mountford, Charles Pearcy Mountford's daughter. Loosely inserted is a chatty four-page autograph letter to Peggy from the author, dated the same day. She discusses at length the joys and trials of publishing, and...
Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1958 [first edition]. The author's first book.
London, Andre Deutsch, 1973 [first UK edition].
London, The Women's Press, 1984 [first UK edition]/ 1972. Inscribed 'a house is not a home without a gorilla', dated (6 September 1984) and signed by the author.
London, The Women's Press, 1982 [first UK edition]/ 1980. Inscribed, dated (6 September 1984) and signed by the author.
Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1992/ 1992.
Adelaide, Sullivan's Cove, 1980. Reset from the (anonymous) first edition of 1873, 'Memories of the Past, 1834-1848'; one of 500 numbered copies.
London, Bloomsbury, 1993. Edited by Regina Marler. Introduction by Quentin Bell.
Adelaide, Lidums, 1969. Loosely inserted is a copy of the launch pamphlet (A3 folded three times) which matches the dustwrapper.
London, B.T. Batsford, 1990.