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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Chesterton, G.K.

Chesterton, G.K.. Greybeards at Play: Literature and Art for Old Gentlemen. R. Brimley Johnson, London (1900). Illustrated by the author with line drawings.

Chesterton, G.K.. G.F. Watts.. Rand McNally, Chicago (1904).

Chesterton, G.K.. The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare. J. W. Arrowsmith, Bristol (1908).

Chesterton, G.K.. Charles Dickens; a critical study.. Dodd Mead, New York (1909).

Chesterton, G.K.. The Ball and the Cross. Wells, Gardner, Darton, London (1910). First UK edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Innocence of Father Brown. Cassell, London (1911). 5000 copies. 8 full-page black and white illustrations, including frontispiece, by Sydney Seymour Lucas.

Chesterton, G.K.. Aesop's Fables. Heinemann, London (1912). Tales by Aesop, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, translated by Vernon Jones with an introduction by G.K. Chesterton. 13 full page colour plates and 53 black and white illustrations throughout the text. 1450 copies.

Chesterton, G.K.. Magic, a Fantastic Comedy. Martin Secker, London (1913). Limited edition of 150.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Wisdom of Father Brown. Cassell, London (1914). Frontispiece in colour by Sidney Seymour Lucas.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Man Who Knew Too Much. Cassell, London (1922). A collection of stories surrounding Horne Fisher.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Man Who Knew Too Much. Harper and Brothers, New York (1922). First American edition. A collection of stories surrounding Horne Fisher.

Chesterton, G.K.. Love and Freindship and other early works. Stokes, New York (1922). Written by Jane Austen with introduction by G.K. Chesterton. 12 color portraits in circles representing all the characters mentioned throughout the book plus an extra circle with the initials J.A. Also known as Love and Friendship.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Incredulity of Father Brown. Cassell, London (1926). First UK edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Collected Poems of G.K. Chesterton.. Cecil Palmer, London (1927). 350 copies.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Secret of Father Brown. Cassell, London (1927). First UK edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Poet and the Lunatics. Cassell, London (1929). First UK edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Poet and the Lunatics. Dodd, Mead, New York (1929). Varient special edition printed for the members of the Catholic Book Club.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Poet and the Lunatics. Dodd, Mead, New York (1929). First American edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Man who Made Gold. Arrowsmith (1930). By Hilaire Belloc, illustrated by G.K. Chesterton. First UK edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Floating Admiral. Hodder and Stoughton, London (1931). Collaborative novel by 13 mystery writers of the day (G.K. Chesterton;Dorothy L. Sayers;Agatha Christie;John Rhode;F. Wills Croft;Anthony Berkeley & others), each writing one chapter of the novel.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Strand Magazine - January, February, March, April, May and June 1933. Newnes, London (1933). 6 months of magazine in bound volume. Contains - "Great Fighters in Lost Causes" by Rt Hon Winston Churchill, "The Detection Club" by G K Chesterton; "The Nodder", "The Juice of an Orange", "The Rise of Minna Nordstrom", and "The Castaways" by P G Wodehouse, "The Gangster's Wedding" by F Tennyson Jesse and Lawrence Kirk; Poem "The Fox Meditates" by Kipling; "The Stowaway" by W W Jacobs, Illustrated by Will Owen; Also stories by Lord Dunsany, "Sapper", Denis Mackail, Bruce Marshall, and others. Illustrated.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Scandal of Father Brown. Dodd, Mead, New York (1935). Collects eight Father Brown stories. First US edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. The Scandal of Father Brown. Cassell, London (1935). First UK edition.

Chesterton, G.K.. Autobiography. Hutchinson, London (1936).