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Twain, Mark

Considered by many to be one of America’s ‘first gentleman of letters’ the impact of Mark Twain should not be overlooked by the serious collector. Through his career he not only penned the great Huckleberry Finn, but also contributed a large number of short stories, adventure tales, anthologies and even verse.

A large part of Mark Twain’s success as an author owes itself to the early decisions made on his behalf by a New York Rare Book Publisher, Leon & Brothers in 1885, placing no less that 13 of Mark Twain’s volumes on their must-have collectible catalog list. This in turn led to a greater interest to be paid to the young author, and more of his works being printed.

For the modern collector much of Mark Twain’s first edition works will be pricey to acquire, but their desirability to the marketplace only makes them a valuable addition to any collection. Another interesting feature of Mark Twain’s works is that, due to their popularity at the time, there are quite a number of limited-number print runs of his shorter tales (such as Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven or The Jumping Frog) that can be found.

When collecting Mark Twain, it is best to remember to pay attention to a few key details:

Many of the later print runs of his shorter tales were facsimile editions, including book-plate illustrations and a printed autograph of the man himself. Pay close attention to any copies professing to contain Twain’s signature, as they are more than likely to be one of these later facsimile editions.

Also, pay careful attention to the date on the title and not the copyright page, as they will more than likely be different! As ever, the early first editions of will command a high price!

Twain, Mark. Forty-three Days In An Open Boat. Harper & Brothers, New York (1866). Mark Swain; In: Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 34

Twain, Mark. Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. C.H. Webb, New York (1867). Edited by John Paul; 1000 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. George Routledge, London (1868). With Eye Openers & Screamers

Twain, Mark. Innocents Abroad. American Publishing Co., Hartford (1869). Or the New Pilgrim's Progress : Being Some Account of the Steamship Quaker City's Pleasure Excursion.

Twain, Mark. Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. C. H. Webb, New York (1869). CLEMENS, Samuel; Edited by John Paul

Twain, Mark. Innocents Abroad. American Publishing Company, Hartford,Conn (1869). Or, The New Pilgrims' Progress; Being some account of the steamship Quaker City's pleasure excursion to Europe and the Holy Land; with descriptions of countries, nations, incidents and adventures, as they appeared to the author; With 234 illustrations, no illustration of Napoleon III on p. 129, missing page numbers on xvii and xviii only, p. 643 shows Chapter XLI, text ends p. 651 followed by 5 pages of ads with Personal History on 3rd page of ads, last entry on page XVIII reads Thankless Devotion - A Newspaper Valedictory

Twain, Mark. Innocents Abroad. American Publishing Company, Hartford, Conn. (1870). Or The New Pilgrims Progress; Being Some Account of the Steamship Quaker City's Pleasure Excursion to Europe and the Holy Land; With Descriptions of Countries, Nations, Incidents and Adventures, as They Appeared to the Author; Profusely illustrated throughout with two hundred and thirty-four illustrations from Fay & Cox.

Twain, Mark. Innocents Abroad. John Camden Hotten, London (1870). WIth an Introduction by Edward P. Hingston.

Twain, Mark. New Pilgrim's Progress. John Camden Hotten , London (1870). A Book of Travel in Pursuit of Pleasure; The Journey Home.

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's (Burlesque). Sheldon & Company, New York (1871). Autobiography and First Romance.

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's Pleasure Trip on the Continent. John Camden Hotten, London (1871). The Complete Work Previously Issued Under the Title of The Innocents Abroad and the New Pilgrim's Progress

Twain, Mark. Innocents Abroad. George Robertson, Melbourne (1871). or The New Pilgrim's Progress

Twain, Mark. Innocents Abroad. A. S. Irving, Toronto (1871). OR THE NEW PILGRIMS' PROGRESS: Being Some Account of the Steamer Quaker City's Pleasure Excursion to Europe and the Holy Land: With Descriptions of Countries, Nations, Incidents and Adventures as They Appeared to the Author

Twain, Mark. Roughing It Fully Illustrated by Eminent Artists. American Publishing Co, Hartford (1872). 2 frontis plates and 6 inserted plates, numerous text illustrations by Eminent Artists; State A wording on p.242; p.19 My is okay; p.330 capital E in Eastern; p.156 capital T in Trees and thirteenth not sixteenth; second issue with he and his missing from page 242, lines 20 & 21 respectivel

Twain, Mark. New Pilgrim's Progress. George Routledge, London (1872). A Book of Travel in Pursuit of Progress

Twain, Mark. Gilded Age. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1873). Charles Warner; A Tale of Today; Fully Illustrated From New Designs By Hoppin, Stephens, Williams, White; Hallelujah without a comma on pg. 246

Twain, Mark. Gilded Age. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1874). DUDLEY, Charles; A Tale of Today.

Twain, Mark. Lotos Leaves. William F. Gill and Company, Boston (1875). Original Stories, Essays, and Poems by Whitelaw Reid, Wilkie Collins, Mark Twain; Edited by John Brougham and John Elderkin; Illustrated with 19 illustrations by John La Farge, Alfred Fredericks

Twain, Mark. Mark TwainĠs Sketches, New and Old. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1875). first state with the repeated footnote on p. 119 and the skit on p. 299; Includes The Jumping Frog, To Raise Poultry, Curing a Cold, Aurelia's Unfortunate Young Man, etc.

Twain, Mark. Sketches, New And Old. American Publishing Company, Boston (1875). Illustrated by F. W. Williams

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. American Publishing Co, Hartford (1876). a frontispiece of Tom and 161 text vignettes by True Williams and others

Twain, Mark. Old Times on the Mississippi. Rose-Belford & Co, Canadian (1876). [Together With]: A Literary Nightmare by Mark Twain.

Twain, Mark. Old Times on the Mississippi. Belford Brothers, Toronto (1876).

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Belford Brothers, Toronto (1876).

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Chatto and Windus, London (1876).

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. American Publishing Co., Harford (1876). WITH FRONTISPIECE AND 159 VIGNETTES IN TEXT

De Quille, Dan (William Wright). History of the Big Bonanza. American Publishing Co., Hartford (1877). Introduction by Mark Twain; An Authentic Account of the Discovery, History, and Working of the World Renowned Comstock Silver Lode of Nevada; Frontispiece and 91 engraved illustrations, including many full-page.

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Chatto and Windus, London (1877). The majority of the illustrations are by True Williams

Twain, Mark. Old Times on the Mississippi. Rose-Belford & Co., Toronto (1878). [Together With]: A Literary Nightmare by Mark Twain; [Together With]: Rambling Notes of an Idle Excursion by Mark Twain.

Twain, Mark. Punch, Brothers, Punch!. Slote, Woodman & Co., New York (1878). On 4th line from bottom on page 91 reads health offi. could where later issues have health officer's funeral could

Twain, Mark. A Tramp Abroad. American Publishing Co, Hartford (1879). Three hundred and twenty-eight illustrations; with three or four pictures made by the autor of this book

Twain, Mark. SKETCHES. Belfords, Clarke & Co., Toronto (1879).

Twain, Mark. A Tramp Abroad. Chatto & Windus, London (1880). With 328 illustrations by W. Fr. Brown, True Williams, B. Day and other Artists, with also three or four pictures made by the author of this book without outside help

Twain, Mark. A Tramp Abroad. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1880). illustrated by W. Fr. Brown, True Williams, B. Day and others artists, with also three or four pictures made by the author of this book, with outside help, in all 328 illustrations; first issue with first illustration plate title Moses (later changed to Titian's Moses)

Twain, Mark. Roughing it. Belford & Co., Publishers, Toronto (1880). Fully Illustrated by Eminent Artists.

Twain, Mark. Sketches. Bedford & Co (1880).

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Rose-Belford Company, Toronto (1880).

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1880). 160 ILLUSTRAZIONI di tipo xilogr

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. Chatto and Windus, London (1881). A Tale for Young People of All Ages; With 190 illustrations

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. James R. Osgood, Boston (1882). A Tale for Young People of All Ages; illustrated with 192 line drawings

Twain, Mark. Roughing It and the Innocents at Home. George Routledge & Sons, London (1882). With 200 Original Illustrations by F.A. Fraser.

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. Chatto & Windus, London (1882). A Tale for Young People of All Ages; With one hundred and ninety illustrations.

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. James R. Osgood, Boston (1882). A Tale For Young People Of All Ages; first uncorrected state (with errors present - estate on p. 124, do not on p. 263, and reigned on p. 362); With 192 illustrations

Twain, Mark. Stolen White Elephant. James R. Osgood and Company, Boston (1882).

Twain, Mark. Stolen White Elephant. Chatto & Windus, London (1882).

Twain, Mark. Life on the Mississippi. Dawson Brothers, Montreal (1883).

Twain, Mark. Life On The Mississippi. James R. Osgood and Company, Boston (1883). First State with Mark Twain in flames, p. 441, and the caption at p. 443 reading The St. Louis Hotel

Twain, Mark. Life on the Mississippi. Chatto & Windus, London (1883). With over 300 illustrations

Carolino, Pedro. New Guide of the Conversation. James R. Osgood and Co, Boston (1883). Introduction by Mark Twain; in Portuguese and English in Two Parts.

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Chatto & Windus, London (1884). (Tom Sawyer's Comrade) Scene: The Mississippi Valley; Time: Forty to Fifty Years Ago; Frontispiece plate and 173 woodcut illustrations in the text by E.W Kimble.

Twain, Mark. Autograph Letter Signed by S.L. Clemens. Toronto (1885).

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. Charles L. Webster and Co (1885). A Tale for Young People of All Ages

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Charles L. Webster & Company, New York (1886). Many black-and-white illustrations throughout by Kemble

Twain, Mark. Les aventures de Huck Finn. Bibliotheque Nouvelle de la Jeunesse, Paris (1886). L'ami de Tom Sawyer; Traduit avec l'autorisation de l'auteur par William-L. Hughes; Illustrations par Achille Sirouy.

Twain, Mark. English as She is Taught. T Fisher Unwin, London (1887). Caroline B Le Row; Being Genuine Answers to Examination Questions in our Public Schools Collected by Caroline B. Le Row; With a Commentary Thereon by Mark Twain

Twain, Mark. English as She is Taught. Cassell Publishing Company, New York (1887). Being Genuine Answers to Examination Questions in our Public Schools Collected by Caroline B. Le Row; With a Commentary Thereon by Mark Twain

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's library of humour. Charles L. Webster, New York (1888). (Edward Windsor), And Howells, William Dean, And Clark, Charles Hopkins; ills. by E. W. Kemble, contains stories by Twain, Brett Harte

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's Library of Humour. Chatto and Windus, (1888). ills. by E. W. Kemble, contains stories by Twain, Brett Harte

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1888).

Twain, Mark. Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Chas. L. Webster & Co., New York (1889). first state with S between The and King on p.59 however slight type breaks to last 3 lines of p.72; Illustrations by Dan Beard

Twain, Mark. A Yankee at the Court of King Arthur. Chatto and Windus, London (1889). With 220 illustrations by Dan. Beard.

Twain, Mark. A Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Charles L. Webster & Company, New York (1889). First Issue with the S like ornament present between The and King in the caption below the illustration on page 59; B/W illustrations throughout by Dan Beard

Twain, Mark. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Rose Publishing, Toronto (1890).

Twain, Mark. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Charles L. Webster & Co, New York (1890). Smith, Harriet E. (Editor); Griffin, Benjamin (Editor); Fischer, Victor (Editor); Frank, Michael B. (Editor), Goetz, Sharon K. (Editor); Myrick, Leslie Diane (Editor) ; Illustrated throughout with monochrome plates by Beard; the second issue with the usual points (no S p. 59, broken type p. 72, etc.)

Twain, Mark. Merry Tales. Charles L. Webster, New York (1892). Seven sketches by Twain, The Private History of the Campaign that Failed, The Invalid's Story, Luck, The Captain's Story, A Curious Experience, Mrs. McWilliams and the Lightning, Meisterschaft;

Twain, Mark. American Claimant. Charles Webster and Co. (1892). Frontis and 23 illustrations in text by Dan Beard

Twain, Mark. American Claimant. Chatto and Windus, London (1892). With 81 Illustrations by Dan Beard and Hal Hurst.

Twain, Mark. £1,000,000 Bank-Note. Chatto and Windus, London (1893).

Twain, Mark. 1,000,000 POUND BANK NOTE. Charles L. Webster Company, New York (1893). Frontispiece illustration by Dan Beard; Mental telegraphy; A cure for the blues; The enemy conquered, or, Love triumphant; About all kinds of ships; Playing the courier; The German Chicago; A petition to the Queen of England; A majestic literary fossil

Twain, Mark. Niagara Book. Underhill and Nicholas, Buffalo (1893). A Complete Souvenir of Niagara Falls Containing Scketches, Stories and Essays Descriptive, Humorous, Historica and Scientific, Written Exclusively for This Book By W.D. Howells, Mark Twain, Prof. Nathaniel S. Shaler and Others; Fully Illustrated by Harry Fenn.

Twain, Mark. Tragedy of PuddĠnhead Wilson. American Publishing Co, Hartford (1894). and The Comedy of Those Extraordinary Twins; With Marginal Illustrations.

Twain, Mark. Tom Sawyer Abroad. Charles L. Webster & Company (1894). With Illustrations by Dan Beard

Twain, Mark. Tom Sawyer Abroad. Chatto & Windus, London (1894). With 26 Illustrations by Dan Beard.

Twain, Mark. Innocents Abroad. Joseph Knight Company, Boston (1895). or, The New Pilgrim's Progress; In Two Volumes; profusely illustrated (with engraved text vignettes, and 30 photogravure plates)

Twain, Mark. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc. Harper and Brothers, New York (1896). Translated out of the Ancient French into Modern English from the Original Unpublished manuscript in the National Archives of France by Jean Francois Alden With 12 illustrations by F.V. Du Mond.

Twain, Mark. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc. Chatto & Windus, London (1896). Translated out of the Ancient French into Modern English from the Original Unpublished manuscript in the National Archives of France by Jean Francois Alden With 12 illustrations by F.V. Du Mond.

Twain, Mark. Tom Sawyer Abroad. Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York (1896). Tom Sawyer Detective and Other Stories

Twain, Mark. Folowing the Equator. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1897). A Journey around the World; Illustrations by Dan Beard, A.B. Frost, Frederick Dielman, Peter Newell, C. Alan Gilbert; first issue with signature mark 11 on page 161

Twain, Mark. How to tell a story. Harper & Brothers, New York (1897). first state with ciper for cipher on page 187, line 16; These wonderful essays and literary anecdotes by America's leading satirist Mark Twain include How to Tell a Story, In Defence of Harriet Shelley, Fennimore Cooper's Literary Offences, Travelling with a Reformer, Private History of the 'Jumping Frog' Story, Mental Telegraphy Again, What Paul Bourget Thinks of Us, A Little Note to M. Paul Bourget.

Twain, Mark. More Tramps Abroard. Chatto & Windus, London (1897).

Twain, Mark. Following the Equator. American Publishing Co, Hartford Connecticut (1898). A journey around the world; Signature mark 11 on page 161

Twain, Mark. The Writings. Hartford (1899). Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer, Prince and the Pauper Roughing It Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, Life on the Mississippi, Innocents Abroad, Tramp Abroad, Following the Equator, Gilded Age, Pudd'nhead Wilson, Prince and the Pauper, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Joan of Arc, Sketches, Tom Sawyer Abroad, Tom Sawyer Detective, American Claimant, How to tell a Story, My Debut as a Literary Person, The $30,000 Bequest, and Christian Science.; 25 volumes; 512 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. The Writings. American Publishing Company, Hartford (1899). 25 volumes; [Including The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; Innocents Abroad; Life on the Mississippi; A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court; The Prince and the Pauper; A Tramp Abroad.]; 512 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. English As She Is Taught. Mutual Book Company, Boston (1900). With A Biographical Sketch of Author By Matthew Irving Lans; first state with fivc for five on page 16

Twain, Mark. Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg. Harper & Brothers, New York (1900). First of three states/printings with the plate opposite p. 2 having, in addition to the caption, the line: [ Page 2; 2 pp. advertisements with frontispiece and 10 plates.

Twain, Mark. Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg. Chatto and Windus, London (1900). and Other Stories and Sketches; With a frontispiece by Lucius Hitchcock

Twain, Mark. Double-Barrelled Detective Story. Chatto & Windus, London (1902).

Twain, Mark. Double-Barrelled Detective Story. Harper & Brothers, New York (1902). containing 7 illustrations by Lucius Hitchcock

Twain, Mark. A Dog's Tale. Anti-National Vivisection Society, London (1903). Reprinted by Permission from Harper's Magazine Christmas Number

Twain, Mark. A DOG'S TALE. Printed for the National Anti-Vivisection Society, London (1904). With Illustrations by W. T. Smedley; Reprinted by permission from Harper's Magazine, Christmas Number, 1903

Twain, Mark. An Unexpected Acquaintance. Harper & Brothers, New York (1904).

Twain, Mark. Extracts From Adam's Diary. Harper & Brother,, New York & London (1904). Translated from the original ms; Illustrated by Strothmann; Illustrated by Lester Ralph

Twain, Mark. Extracts From Adam's Diary. Harper & Brothers, New York (1904). Translation From the Original Ms; Illustrated by Strothmann.

Twain, Mark. Editorial Wild Oats. Harper & Brothers, New York (1905). Editorial Wild Oats by Mark Twain

Twain, Mark. Editorial Wild Oats. Harper & Brothers, New York And London (1905).

Twain, Mark. King Leopold's Soliloquy. P.R. Warren, Boston (1905). a Defense of His Congo Rule; Frontispiece plus 5 plates inserted

Twain, Mark. Eve's Diary. Harper & Brothers, New York (1906).

Twain, Mark. Eve's Diary. Harper & Bros, London & New York (1906). Illustrated By Lester, Ralph

Twain, Mark. $30,000 Bequest. Harper & Brothers, Publishers, London and New York (1906). collection of 38 short stories with frontispiece portrait of Twain in his 70th year and 11 b/w illustrations

Twain, Mark. $30,000 BEQUEST. Harper & Brothers, New York (1906). With twelve illustrations

Twain, Mark. Private Life of Adam and Eve. Harper and Brothers, New York (1906). Being Extracts from their Diaries; Illustrated by F. Strothmann and Lester Ralph.

Twain, Mark & Samuel Clemens. Writings of Mark Twain. Harper and Brothers, New York (1906). Hillcrest Edition, Works (25 Volume Set Complete)

Twain, Mark. A Horse's tale. Harper & Brothers, New York (1907). Illustrated by Lucius Hitchcock

Twain, Mark. A Horse's tale. Harper and Brothers, New York and London (1907). Pleine percaline rouge illustrEe de l'Editeur.

Twain, Mark. Christian Science. Harper and Brothers Publishers, New York and London (1907). With Notes Containing Corrections to Date; first state with 17 titles listed on copyright page (perfered), Eight lines for illustrations list on pg. iii (prefered), frontispiece dated 1906 (preferred), page three fa m-house is lacking r (preferred), page 5 W in Why is normal (preferred).

Twain, Mark. The Writings. Harper and Brothers Publishers, New York (1907). 25 vols; Frontispieces to the volumes, and two illustrations on plates per volume; The Innocents Abroad or The New Pilgrim's Progress.

Twain, Mark. Extract From Captain Stormfield's Visit To Heaven. Harper & Brothers, New York (1909). Tissue-guarded frontispiece with illustration by Albert Levering

Twain, Mark. Is Shakespeare Dead?. Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York and London (1909). From My Autobiography; a typographical error at line 5, p. 55, epuipped for equipped

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's Speeches. Harper & Brothers, New York & London (1910). With An Introduction By William Dean Howells

Twain, Mark. Queen Victoria's Jubilee. Private Printing, Boston (1910). 195 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. TRAVELS AT HOME. Harper and Brothers, New York (1910).

Twain, Mark. What Is Man?. Watts & Co, London (1910).

Twain, Mark. The Writings. Harper & Brothers, New York (1911). Author's National Edition; 25 vols.

Twain, Mark. The Writings. Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York and London (1911). 25 volumes.

Twain, Mark. Mysterious Stranger. Harper and Brothers, New York and London (1916). Illustrated by N.C. Wyeth

Twain, Mark. MARK TWAIN'S LETTERS. Harper and Brothers, New York (1917). Arranged with Comment by Albert Bigelow Paine; 2 volumes; 350 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. £1,000,000 Bank-Note. Harper and Brothers. New York (1917). Frontis illustration by J. Allen St. John

Twain, Mark. Saint Joan of Arc. Harper & Brothers, New York (1919). with illustrations in color by Howard Pyle; decorations in tint by Wilfred J. Jones

Twain, Mark. Curious Republic of Gondour. Boni and Liveright, New York (1919). and Other Whimsical Sketches

Twain, Mark. Complete Writings. Harper & Brothers, New York (1922). 26 volumes.

Twain, Mark. Complete Writings. Gabriel Wells, New York (1922). Introduction by Albert Bigelow Paine; 37 volumes; Frontisportrait and with about another 160 illustrations throughout the set; 1024 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Mysterious Stranger. Harper & Brothers, New York (1922).

Twain, Mark. Mysterious Stranger. Harpercollins (1922). 7 color illustrations by N.C. Wyeth

Twain, Mark. Writings of Mark Twain. Gabriel Wells, New York (1922). The Definitive Edition; 1024 sets.

Twain, Mark. Europe and Elsewhere. Harper & Brothers, New York (1923). introduction by Albert Bigelow Paine

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Harper & Bros, New York and London (1923). Illustr by Worth Brehm

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Eveleigh Nash & Grayson Limited, London (1923). Tom Sawyer's comrade; Colour illustrated frontis and 12 mono photographic plates, either from a film of the book or staged for this edition

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Harper, New York (1923).

Twain, Mark. ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER. Eveleigh Nash & Grayson Limited, London (1923). Colour frontis and fifteen mono plates by Worth Brehm

Twain, Mark. Tom Sawyer Abroad. Harper, New York (1923). Tom Sawyer, Detective.

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's Autobiography. Harper and Brothers, New York and London (1924). Introduction by Albert Bigelow Pain; 2 volumes.

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain Calendar. George Sully & Co, New York (1925).

Harte, Bret & Twain, Mark. Sketches of the Sixties. John Howell, San Francisco (1927). Being Forgotten Material Now Collected for the First Time from the Californian; 20 uncollected sketches, condensed novels, essays and criticisms by Bret Harte, 18 uncollected pieces by Mark Twain, pictorial endpapers, top-edge gilt, biblio, 7 illus.

Twain, Mark. Quaker City Holy Land Excursion. Privately Printed (1927). An Unfinished Play by Mark Twain; 200 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. A Boy's Adventure. New York (1928). (The Whipping Boy's Story)

Twain, Mark. Writings of Mark Twain. Harper & Brothers, New York (1929). 1024 copies printes; Thirty-seven octavo volumes; Photogravure frontispieces and plates (including portraits) after drawings, paintings, etc. by E.W. Kemble, Howard Pyle, Dan Beard, W.H.W. Bicknell, P. Newell, J.Allen St. John, A.B. Frost, and others; Including The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; Innocents Abroad; Life on the Mississippi; A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court; The Prince and the Pauper; A Tramp Abroad

Twain, Mark. MARK TWAIN'S NOTEBOOK. Harper & Brothers, New York (1935). Prepared for Publication With Comments by Albert Bigelow Paine

Twain, Mark. Slovenly Peter. Harper & Brothers, New York (1935). Illustrations, Adapted from the Rare First Edition, by Fritz Kredel; Freely Translated by Mark Twain.

Twain, Mark. Slovenly Peter. Limited Editions Club, New York (1935). 1500 copies printed; copies illustrated with water-colors by Fritz Kredel adapted from the original illustrations by Dr. Hoffman and hand-colored in the studio of Fred Fulton; English translation of this German children's classic by Mark Twain with a foreword by his daughter Clara Clemens and an introduction by Philip Hofer

Twain, Mark. Letters from the Sandwich Islands. Grabhorn Press, San Francisco (1937). Written for the Sacramento UNION; 550 copies printed; Title-page and 22 headpieces illustrated in full-color by Dorothy Grover.; Introduction and conclusion by G. Ezra Dane

Twain, Mark. Washoe Giant In San Francisco. George Fields, San Francisco (1938). Being Heretofore Uncollected Sketches By Mark Twain Published In The Golden Era In The Sixties; collected And Edited, With An Introduction By Franklin Walker; Those Blasted Children, The Lick House Ball, The Kearny Street Ghost Story are Twain on the way up.

Twain, Mark. The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer. Limited Editions Club, New York (1939). Illustrated with line and wash drawings by Thomas Hart Benton; 1500 copies printed; Introduction by Bernard De Voto, designed by C.P. Rollins

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. University Press of America, MA (1939). 1500 copies printed; There is an introduction by Bernard De Voto; Includes a Prologue Boy's Manuscript printed for the first time

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain in Eruption. Harper & Brothers, New York (1940). Hitherto Unpublished Pages About Men And Events By Mark Twain Edited And With An Introduction By Bernard Devoto; 7000 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's Travels With Mr. Brown. Knopf, New York (1940). 1795 copies printed; previously uncollected sketches edited and with an introduction by Franklin Walker and G. Ezra Dane

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Limited Editions Club, New York (1942). (Tom Sawyer's Companion); Edited, with an introduction by Bernard Devoto; Ilustrated by Bernard Devoto; 1500 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Life on the Mississippi. The Limited Editions Club, . (1944). Intro by Edward Wagenknecht; Illust by Thomas Hart Benton and signed by him; Printed by William E. Rudge's Sons; 1200 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Roughing It in California. L-D Allen Pres, Kentfield (1953). enlivened by 6 full-page, three-color engravings by Mallette Dean; 200 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. MARK TWAIN. Book Club of California, San Francisco (1957). SAN FRANCISCO CORRESPONDENT; Selections from His Letters to the Territorial Enterprise; Edited by Henry Nash Smith and Frederick Anderson; 400 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Novelas completas y ensayos. Aguilar, Madrid (1957). (2 Tomos)

Twain, Mark. Concerning Cats. Grabhorn Press, San Francisco (1959). Two Tales by Mark Twain; introduction by Frederick Anderson; 450 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company, Piedmont (1959).

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Frank E. Richards, Phoenix, New York (1967). 8 brilliant color, full-page mind-expanding early VAUGHN BODE illustrations of HIS Tom Sawyer; adapted by Helen R. Prevo

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. Frank E. Richards, Phoenix, New York (1967). Rewrite by Helen R. Prevo; Illustrator Vaughn Bode

Twain, Mark. A Tramp Abroad. Scholarly Press, Michigan (1968). Illustrated by W. Fr. Brown, True Williams, B. Day and other artists with also three or four pictures made by the author of this book, without outside help; in all three hundred and twenty-eight illustrations.

Twain, Mark. 1601. CONVERSATION, AS IT WAS BY THE SOCIAL FIRESIDE. Taurus Books, Northampton (1978). in the Time of the Tudors; Wood engraved frontispiece by Barry Moser; 200 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Georgetown University Library, Washington (1982). Complete in two volumes; With an introduction by Paul Baender; 1000 copies printed.,

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Gale Research Company, Detroit (1983). (Tom Sawyer's Comrade); A Facsimile of the Manuscript; Frontispiece in both volumes by E.W. Kemble; 12 page introduction by Louis Budd; 2 volumes; 1015 copies; Designed by Quentin Fiore

Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Massachusetts Pennyroyal Press, West Hatfield (1985). Foreword by Henry Nash Smith; 350 copies printed; Forty-nine wood engravings by Barry Moser; Publisher's full green morocco gilt by E. Gray Parrot

Twain, Mark. Jumping Frog. Cheloniidae Press, Easthampton (1985). Frontis portrait and 14 other wood engravings by Alan Robinson; 250 copies printed; 50 Delux copies; Afterword by Samuel Clemens.

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. Heritage Press, New York (1992). With an Introduction by Edward Wagenknecht and Illustrations by Clarke Hutton

Twain, Mark. Prince and the Pauper. Easton Press (1992). Linda Sandlin (bookbinder); With an Introduction by Edward Wagenknecht and Illustrations by Clarke Hutton; Features a fore-edge painting by Melody Krafft!

Twain, Mark. Oxford Mark Twain. Oxford University Press, New York (1996). 29 volumes; Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Editor; The celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras County; The Innocents abroad; Roughing it; The gilded age; Sketches, new and old; The adventures of Tom Sawyer; A tramp abroad; The prince and the pauper; Life on the Mississippi; Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court; Merry tales; The American claimant; The £1,000,000 bank-note; Tom Sawyer abroad; The tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson; Joan of Arc; The stolen white elephant; How to tell a story; Following the Equator; The man that corrupted Hadleyburg; The diaries of Adam and Eve; What is man?; The $30,000 bequest; Christian science; Chapters from my autobiography; 1601, and is Shakespeare dead?; Extract from Cap; 300 copies printed.

Twain, Mark. Autobiography of Mark Twain. University of California Press, Berkeley (2010). Volume I; Smith, Harriet E. (Editor); Griffin, Benjamin (Editor); Fischer, Victor (Editor); Frank, Michael B. (Editor), Goetz, Sharon K. (Editor); Myrick, Leslie Diane (Editor)