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[Broadside Poem] .
Plunkett, Edward (Lord Dunsany).
A Fine copy. Lord Dunsany's first published poem beautifully presented as a two color broadside with pictorial engraving letterpress printed on Twinrocker handmade paper approximately 7 x 15". Printed using Goudy Franciscan & Friar types using a Vandercook SP 15 proof press. The first published work of Lord Dunsany, as Edward Plunkett, before succeeding to the title. The poem was first published in the Pall Mall magazine in 1897.Limited to 120 hand numbered copies; this copy number 10.

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[Broadside Poem] Bukowski, Charles.
Love Poem to Marina: Broadside Poem.
A Fine copy. This broadside measures approximately 9 x 15.

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[Broadside] Basbanes, Nicholas.
From "Among the Gently Mad".
A Fine copy of this single-sheet broadside. The excerpt printed here was taken from Nicholas Basbanes' book "Among the Gently Mad" and produced exclusively for members of The Book Club of Washington on the occasion of the 2006 Seattle Antiquarian Book Fair. The broadside is signed in pencil by Basbanes.

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[Broadside] Cahbon, Michael.
The Yiddish Policeman's Union: A Broadside.
A Fine copy of this limited edition broadside which is signed by Chabon. The novel, for which this broadside was produced, is a detective story set in an alternative history version of the present day, based on the premise that during World War II, a temporary settlement for Jewish refugees was established in Sitka, Alaska, in 1941, and that the fledgling State of Israel was destroyed in 1948. The novel is set in Sitka, which it depicts as a large, Yiddish-speaking metropolis.

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