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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Douglas, Norman

Douglas, Norman. Unprofessional Tales. T. Fisher Unwin, London (1901). Written under pseudonym Normyx. 750 copies.

Douglas, Norman. Some Antiquarian Notes. Tipografia Francesco Giannini and Figli, Napoli (1907). 250 copies. Issued in Naples for private circulation.

Douglas, Norman. Siren Land. Dent, London (1911). 1,500 copies. Frontispiece plus 23 plates, map, 1 text illustration.

Douglas, Norman. Fountains in the Sand: Rambles Among the Oases of Tunisia.. Secker, London (1912). 1,000 copies. Frontis and 16 plates.

Douglas, Norman. London Street Games. St Catherine Press, London (1916). 500 copies.

Douglas, Norman. South Wind. Secker, London (1917). 997 copies.

Douglas, Norman. South Wind. Secker, London (1922). 150 large paper copies.

Douglas, Norman. Together. Chapman and Hall, London (1923). 275 large paper copies printed on unbleached Arnold Paper.

Douglas, Norman. Experiments. Privately Printed, Florence (1925). 300 numbered and signed copies.

Douglas, Norman. In the Beginning. Privately Printed, Florence (1927). 700 copies.

Douglas, Norman. Birds and Beasts of the Greek Anthology. Privately Printed, Florence (1927). 500 numbered and signed copies. Frontis and two illustrations.

Douglas, Norman. A Bibliography of the Writings of Norman Douglas. Centaur Book Shop, Philadelphia (1927). By Edward D. McDonald. 100 large paper copies, signed and numbered by the author and by Douglas. Photographic frontispiece.

Douglas, Norman. Nerinda. Orioli, Florence (1929). 475 numbered and signed copies.

Douglas, Norman. South Wind. Argus, Chicago (1929). Illustrated by John Austen. 2,000 copies. Two volumes.

Douglas, Norman. How about Europe? Some Footnotes on East and West. Privately Printed, Florence (1929). 550 numbered and signed copies.

Douglas, Norman. The Last of the Medici Done Into English. Orioli, Florence (1930). By Harold Acton with introduction By Norman Douglas365 copies. Privately printed for subscribers. Illustrated with black and white frontispiece photos and two others.

Douglas, Norman. Capri: Materials for a Description of the Island. Orioli, Florence (1930). 525 numbered and signed copies. Twenty-three monochrome illustrations after photographs and paintings.

Douglas, Norman. London Street Games. Chatto and Windus, London (1931). 110 numbered and signed copies.

Douglas, Norman. Looking Back: An Autobiographical Excursion. Chatto and Windus, London (1933). Two volumes. 535 numbered and signed sets.

Douglas, Norman. Looking Back: An Autobiographical Excursion. Chatto and Windus, London (1933). 8 black and white plates. One volume.