TOM O'BEDLAM AND HIS SONG. Arthur MACHEN.
TOM O'BEDLAM AND HIS SONG.
TOM O'BEDLAM AND HIS SONG.

TOM O'BEDLAM AND HIS SONG.

No Place [Westport, Ct]: The Apellicon Press. 1930. First Edition. Crown octavo; original brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. 47 pp, title page printed in black with a pictorial design in brown. Issued in an edition of only 200 copies signed by the author. Designed and printed by Richard W. Ellis at The Georgian Press, Westport, Connecticut. Spine lettering tarnished, otherwise a fine copy, without dust jacket, as issued. This copy apparently lacks the slipcase, although none is called for in G&S. Goldstone & Sweetser 39. Item #311838

¶ "The greatest anonymous lyric in the [English] language", with an Introductoy essay by Machen. The title page of 'Tom O'Bedlam and His Song' appeared in 'Contemporary Title Pages' [Brooklyn: Merganthaler Linotype Company, 1932] as one of the "Fifty Books of the Year"

Price: $250.00