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Wilde, Oscar

Oscar Wilde was an Irish playwright and poet. Although novel writing was not his niche, Wilde wrote the renown, The Picture of Dorian Gray. At the pinnacle of his career in the early 1890s, he was one of London's most popular playwrights. Although he is most remembered for his epigrams, and written plays, his work has received extensive acclaimand attention based on its controversial subject matter; and much success on various auction blocks.

In regard to The Portrait of Dorian Grey, Wilde tell us that "I wrote this book entirely for my own pleasure. Whether it becomes popular or not is a matter of absolute indifference to me," he also responded to critics saying: "Leave my book, I beg you, to the immortality that it deserves." Unbeknownst to him and perhaps to his chagrin, the book’s popularity, and acceptance, is demonstrated by its history on the auction block.

Signed limited editions of The Portrait of Dorian Greyare currently available for over $50,000. PBS’s Antique’s Roadshow showcased a 1891 signed Oscar Wilde, limited edition, The Picture of Dorian Gray on its television show in 2004. This book, appraised by Thomas Lecky in Reno, Nevada was valued at $8,000 to $12,000 for a show participant who relayed that he originally paid $25 for the book 25 years prior to having its value assessed. Wilde, has indeed, created a legacy for himself through this single literary work.

Wilde, Oscar. Ravenna. Thos. Shrimpton and Son, Oxford (1878). Newdigate Prize Poem; Recited in the Theatre Oxford

Wilde, Oscar. Waifs and Strays. Thos. Shrimpton and Son, Oxford; Simpkin, Marshall and Co, London (1880). No. 1, June, 1879 [contains Wilde's poem Easter Day]. No. 2, November, 1879. No. 3, March, 1880 [contains Wilde's poem Impression de Voyage].

Wilde, Oscar. Waifs and Strays. Thos. Shrimpton and Son, Oxford (1880). A Terminal Magazine of Oxford Poetry

Wilde, Oscar. Poems. David Bogue, London (1881). 250 copies; including the error may for maid on page 136; Included are Helas, Ave Imperatrix, Sonnet to Liberty, Requiscat and The Grave of Shelley.

Wilde, Oscar. Poems. David Bogue, London (1882).

Wilde, Oscar. Poems. George Munro, Publisher, New York (1882).

Rodd, Rennell. Rose Leaf and Apple Leaf. J.M. Stoddart, Philadelphia (1882). With an Introduction by Oscar Wilde; 250 copies.

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Prince. David Nutt, London (1888). frontispiece with tissue guard and two full-page plates by William Crane, head- and tailpiece vignettes by Jacob Hood; 1000 copies printed

Wilde, Oscar. Woman's World. Cassell and Company, London (1888). This issue includes Wilde's reviews of Madame Adelaide Ristori's Etudes et Souvenirs, Elizabeth Rachel Chapman's The New Purgatory and Other Poems, Lady Augusta Noel's Hithersea Mere, Alice Corkran's Margery Merton's Childhood and Emily Pfeiffer's Women and Work

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Prince. David Nutt, London (1889). Includes the tales, The Happy Prince, The Nightingale and the Rose, The Selfish Giant, The Devoted Friend, and The Remarkable Rocket; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Dorian Gray. J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia (1890).

Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Dorian Gray. Ward Locke, London (1890).

Wilde, Oscar. A House of Pomegranates. James R. Osgood McIlvaine and Co, London (1891). The Design and Decoration of This Book by C. Ricketts and by C. H. Shannon; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Intentions. Dodd, Mead and Company, New York (1891). The Decay of Lying Pen and Pencil and Poison The Critic as Artist The Truth of Masks; 600 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Intentions. James A. Osgood, McIlvaine and Co., London (1891). The Decay of Lying; Pen Pencil and Poison; The Critic as Artist; The Truth of Masks; 900 copies printed

Wilde, Oscar. Lord Arthur Savile's Crime. Dodd, Mead and Company (1891). 500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Lord Arthur Saville's Crime. James Osgood, McIlvaine and Co, London (1891). 1500 copies; The other stories are The Sphinx without a Secret, The Canterville Ghost and The Model Millionaire.; The covers were designed by Charles Ricketts.

Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Dorian Gray. Ward Lock and Co, London (1891). LUCILLE CORCOS; Introduction by Andre Maurois; Portion of the original gray boards with 10 gilt butterfly designs by Charles Ricketts; 250 copies printed; Typographical error on p.208 (nd for and).

Wilde, Oscar. Soul of Man Under Socialism. Humboldt Publishing Co, London (1891). William Morris, and W.C. Owen; The Socialist Ideal-Art, and The Coming Solidarity

Wilde, Oscar. Poems. Elkin Mathews and John Lane, London (1892). Decorative light brown cloth and endpapers designed by Charles Ricketts; 220 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Lady Windermere's Fan. Elkin Mathews, London (1893). A Play About a Good Woman; 500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Librairie de l'Art Independent, Paris; Elkin Mathews et John Lane,Londres (1893). Drame en un Acte; 650 copies printed; translated by Lord Alfred Douglas; Title-page vignette by Felicien Rops

Wilde, Oscar. A Woman of No Importance. John Lane, London (1894). 500 copies printed; gilt title and decoration by Charles Shannon

Wilde, Oscar. Intentions. Osgood, McIlvaine and Co, London (1894). The Decay of Lying; Pen Pencil and Poison; The Critic as Artist; The Truth of Masks; 900 copies printed

Wilde, Oscar. Intentions. Dodd Mead and Company, New York (1894). The decay of lying; Pen pencil and poison; The critic as artist; The truth of masks; 600 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. T. A Constable, Edinbrugh (1894). 500 copies printed; Illustrated by Beardsley.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Elkin Mathews and John Lane, London (1894). A tragedy in one act: translated from the French of Oscar Wilde; Pictured by Aubrey Beardsley; 500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. The Sphinx. R F Fenno and Company, New York (1894).

Wilde, Oscar. The Sphinx. Elkin Mathews and John Lane, London (1894). Illustrated with 9 full page, and one half page, engravings by Charles Ricketts; 200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Le portrait de Dorian Gray. Albert Savine, Paris (1895).

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Leonard Smithers, London (1897). 800 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Leonard Smithers, London (1898). 800 copies printed; with gilt lettering to spine and leaf design by Charles Ricketts

Wilde, Oscar. An Ideal Husband. Leonard Smithers and Co, London (1899). 1000 copies printed; with gilt designs by Charles Shannon

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Leonard Smithers, London (1899). 2000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Benj. R. Tucker, New York (1899).

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Prince. David Nutt (1899). illustrated by Walter Crane and Jacomb Hood

Wilde, Oscar. The Importance of Being Earnest. Leonard Smithers and Co, London (1899). A Trivial Comedy for Serious People; floral vignette on front cover with floral decorations in four corners, by De Sauty; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Essays, Criticisms and Reviews. Privately Printed, London (1901). 300 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Oscar Wilde. Hermes Press, London (1902). The Story of An Unhappy Friendship; frontis.portrait + 7 other plates (5 portraits and 2 facsimile letters); SHERARD, Robert Harborough.

Petronius. Satyricon of Petronius. Charles Carrington, Paris (1902). Translation Attributed to Sebastien Melmoth (pseudonym of Oscar Wilde)

Wilde, Oscar. VERA OR THE NIHILISTS. Privately printed, S.l (1902). 200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Lady Windermere's Fan. Smithers, London (1903). A Play About a Good Woman; 250 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Lady Windermere's Fan. Paris (1903). A Play About a Good Woman; 250 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. E.J.Clode, New York (1903). 230 copies printed; 29 copies on japan vellum.

Wilde, Oscar. Poems of Oscar Wilde. Thomas B. Mosher,, Portland, Maine (1903). Ravenna, Poems, The Sphinx, The Ballad of Reading Gaol; 600 copies printed; 50 copies on japan vellum;

Wilde, Oscar. Rose-leaf and Apple-Leaf. Printed for Private Circulation, London (1904). L'Envoi; 200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Sebastian Melmoth. Arthur L. Humphreys, London (1904).

Wilde, Oscar. Harlot's House. Mathurin Press, London (1904). Twelve pages of text plus five loose plates by Althea Gyles; 50 copies were printed as an Edition De Luxe and 12 as an Edition De Grand Luxe

Wilde, Oscar. Portrait of Mr.W.H.. Privately printed., London (1904). 200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Soul of Man under Socialism. Privately Printed, London (1904). 250 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Sphinx Without a Secret. Privately Printed, Paris (1904). The Canterville Ghost; The Model Millionaire; 300 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. De Profundis. S. Fischer, Berlin (1905). 20 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. De Profundis. Methuen and Co., London (1905). original blue gilt-stamped cloth designed by Charles Ricketts; Preface by Robert Ross

Wilde, Oscar. Lecture on the English Renaissance. Thomas B. Mosher, Porland Maine (1905). Rose Leaf and Apple Leaf; L'Envoi; introduction to a work by Robert Rodd; 50 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad Of Reading Gaol. East Aurora, New York (1905). 100 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Plays of Oscar Wilde. John W. Luce and Co., Boston and London (1905). (3 volumes, complete) - Vol. I contains Lady Windermere's Fan and A woman of no Importance, Vol. II The importance of Being Earnest and An Ideal Husband, Vol. III, The Duchess of Padua, Vera, or the Nihilists, and Salome

Wilde, Oscar. Poems of Oscar Wilde. Thomas B. Mosher, Portland Maine (1905). Ravenna, Poems, the Sphinx, the Ballad of Reading Gaol, Uncollected Poems; 750 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Rise of Historical Criticism. Sherwood Press, Hartford (1905). 225 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Four Letters. W. H. White and Co, Edinburgh (1906). Which Were Not Included in the English Edition of De Profundis

Wilde, Oscar. Impressions of America. Keystone Press, Sunderland (1906). Edited, with an Introduction, by Stuart Mason; 500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. John Lane The Bodley Head, London (1906). A Tragedy in One Act; Translated from the French of Oscar Wilde.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Adolph Furstner - G. Ricordi and C, Berlino - Milano (1906). STRAUSS Richard; Dramma musicale in un atto di Oscar Wilde tradotto da Alex Leawington. Musica di Richard Strauss. Torino - Teatro Regio. Stagione Carnevale - Quaresima

Wilde, Oscar. Canterville Ghost. John W. Luce and Company, Boston (1906). Contains 6 plates, including frontispiece, plus 8 line drawings

Wilde, Oscar. Complete Writings of Oscar Wilde. Nottingham Society, New York (1907). Ten Volumes; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. John Lane The Bodley Head, London (1907). A Tragedy in One Act: Translated from the French of Oscar Wilde, with Sixteen Drawings By Aubrey Beardsley

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. John W. Luce and Co., Boston (1907). A Tragedy in One Act; Includes thirteen Beardsley illustrations

Wilde, Oscar. WRITINGS OF OSCAR WILDE. Keller- Farmer, London and New York (1907). with an Introduction By Richard Le Gallienne; 450 copies printed; 15 volumes.

Wilde, Oscar. WRITINGS (WORKS) OF OSCAR WILDE. A. R. Keller and Co, London and New York (1907). 15 Volumes; 125 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. A House of Pomegranates. Methuen and Co., London (1908). The Happy Prince; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. A Woman of No Importance. Methuen and Co, London (1908). 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. De Profundis. G. P. Putnam's Sons (1908).

Wilde, Oscar. De Profundis. Methuen and Co., London (1908). 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Intentions and the Soul of Man. Methuen and Co., London (1908). 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Lady Windermere's Fan. Methuen and Co., London (1908). A play about a good woman; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Lord Arthur Savile's Crime. Methuen and Co, London (1908). 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Miscellanies. Methuen and Co., London (1908). 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Reviews. Methuen and Co., London (1908). 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Methuen and Co., London (1908). A Florentien Tragedy. Vera; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Complete Works of Oscar Wilde. Methuen and Co., London (1908). Consists of the following: 1. The Picture of Dorian Gray; 2. The Importance of Being Earnest; 3. A House of Pomegranates; The Happy Prince, and Other Tales; 4. De Profundis, First Edition, with Additional Matter; 5. Lady Windermere's Fan; 6. Intentions, and The Soul of Man; 7. The Duchess of Padua, First English Edition; 8. A Woman of No Importance; 9. An Ideal Husband; 10. Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, and Other Prose Pieces; 11. Salome; A Florentine Tragedy First Edition; Vera First Edition; 12. Reviews, First Edition in book form; 13. Miscellanies, First Edition in book form; 14. Poems (Includes a previously unpublished poem); 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Duchess of Padua. Methuen and Co., London (1908). A Play; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Poetical Works of Oscar Wilde. Thomas B Mosher, Portland (1908). Including Poems in Prose with Notes Bibliographical, Introduction Index and Facsimiles of Title-Pages; 750 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Works of Oscar Wilde. Methuen and Co, London (1908). 14 volumes; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Complete Works of Oscar Wilde. Bigelow, Brown and Co., New York (1909). 10 volumes; edited by Robert Ross

Wilde, Oscar. Complete Works of Oscar Wilde. Wyman-Fogg Co, Boston (1909). 10 volumes; edited by Robert Ross

Wilde, Oscar. De Profundis. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1909). Edited, with a Prefatory Dedication by Robert Ross

Wilde, Oscar. Complete Writings of Oscar Wilde. Pearson Publishing Co. (1909). 10 volumes; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Duchess of Padua. Methuen and Co, London (1909). 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Poems of Oscar Wilde. Toronto Musson Book Company. Boston John W. Luce (1909). 10 volumes.

Wilde, Oscar. Works. Lamb Publishing Co., New York (1909). Illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley and other celebrated artists with 62 plates including 15 photogravure frontis plates with captioned tissue guards; 15 volumes; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Princeand. David Nutt, London (1910).

Wilde, Oscar. Importance of Being Earnest. Methuen, London (1910). Presented by Mr. George Alexander; 1200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Dorian Gray. Charles Carrington, Paris (1910). With 7 wood-engraved plates

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Thomas B. Mosher, Portland, Maine (1911). A tragedy in one act translated from the French of Oscar Wilde by Alfred Bruce Douglas; 500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Prince. Duckworth and Co, London (1913). Colour frontis and 11 additional colour plates, all with tissue guards, illustrated by Charles Robinson; 260 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Bibliography of Oscar Wilde. Werner Laurie, London (1914). Mason, Stuart; With a note by robert ross.

Wilde, Oscar. A House of Pomegranates. Methuen and Co, London (1915). Sixteen tipped-in colour plates plus full page colour frontispiece by Jessie M. King

Wilde, Oscar. Sphinx. Bodley Head, London (1918). Includes twelve full page tipped in illustrations by Alastair

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Bohme, Hannover (1919). Tragodie in 1 Akt mit 16 ganzseitigen Zeichnungen von Aubrey Beardsley. Deutsch von Curt Moreck; 350 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. La ballata del carcere di Reading. Modernissima Milano (1920). Prima edizione italiana illustrata da Gio Ponti

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Prince. Duckworth, London (1920). b/w illustrations by Charles Robinson

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Prince. Ksiegarnia W.T. Kowalski, Warzawa, Ul (1920). b/w illustrations by Charles Robinson; Wilde's Christian name is spelt Oskar on the front cover, but is correct on the title

Wilde, Oscar. Sphinx. John Lane, London (1920). 1000 copies printed; with gilt designs by Charles Shannon; 10 hand-coloured plates including frontispiece, plus hand-coloured free endpaper and 13 hand-coloured headings Illustrated and Decorated by Alastair.

Wilde, Oscar. After Reading. Beaumont Press, London (1921). Letters of Oscar Wilde to Robert Ross; The Cover and Decorations designed and cut on wood by Ethelbert White; 475 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. After Berneval. (1922). Letters of Oscar Wilde to Robert Ross; The Cover and Decorations designed and cut on wood by Ethelbert White; 475 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. For Love of the King. Methuen and Co, London (1922). A Burmese Masque; 1000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Les Editions G. Cres and Cie, Paris (1922). Drame en un acte; Dessins de Alastair; Illustrated by Alastair in pink and black

Wilde, Oscar. COMPLETE WORKS. Doubleday, Page, New York (1923). with Introductions by W.B. Yeats, Arthur Symons, Richard Le Gallienne, John Cowper Powys, Coulson Kernahan, Edgar Saltus, A.B. Walkley, W.F. Morse, John Drinkwater, Richard Butler Glaenzer, Padriac Colum, Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson, and a review of Dorian Gray by Walter Pater; With an Aubrey Beardsley illustration to dust jacket spines; 12 volumes

Wilde, Oscar. For Love of the King. G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York (1923).

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Les Editions G. Cres and C.ie, Paris (1923). Drame en un acte. Dessins de Alastair (d.i. Hans-Henning von Voigt).

Wilde, Oscar. Complete Works of Oscar Wilde.. Doubleday, Page, New York (1923). 12 vols; With Introductions by Richard Le Gallienne, W.B. Yeats, J.S. Powys, Arthur Symons

Wilde, Oscar. Intentions. DODD MEAD/PENGUIN PUTNAM (1924).

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Methuen and Co., London (1924). 6 woodcut plates, 30 in-text woodcut illustrations by Frans Masereel; 450 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Happy Prince. Duckworth and Co., London (1924). Title page has tales, while the cover has stories; With 12 colour plates, and b/w text illustrations by Charles Robinson; Five stories: The happy prince; The nightingale and the rose; The sefish giant; The devoted friend; The remarkable rocket

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Methuen and Co, London (1925). With woodcuts by Frans Masereel; 450 copies printed and 50 limited edition copies.

Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Doraian Gray. Dodd, Mead and Company, New York (1925). Illustrated by Henry Keen.

wilde, Oscar. Writings of Oscar Wilde. Gabriel Wells, New York (1925). Each volume has a substantial introduction by various writers, including Richard Le Gallienne, Arthur Symons, Robert Ross, Padraic Colum, and W. B. Yeats; 12 volumes; 575 copies printed

Wilde, Oscar. Deux Contes. Chez F.-L. Schmied, Paris (1926). Le Prince Heurerux and Le Rossignol et La Rose; Frontispiece, 2 lettrines, 3 vignettes, 1 cul-de-lampe, 4 full-page hors-texte plates and 48 elaborate bandeaux, vertical for 'Le Prince Heureux' and horizontal for 'Le Rossignol et la Rose', all cut in wood and printed in colour by F.L. Schmied, Pierre Bouchet and Theo. Schmied; 162 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. El Fantasma de Canterville. Imprenta de Juan Sallent, Barcelona (1926). Cuento Panteo Idealista; Traduccion (introduccion y cuidado de la edicion) de Jose Donday; Ilustraciones de «Shum» [Alfonso Vila Franquesa]; Prologo de Alfonso Vidal y Planas.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad Of Reading Gaol. Thomas J Gannon and Lewis Hatch, New York (1926). with woodcuts by Frans Masereel; 450 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. La Ballade de la Geole de Reading. Javal et Bourdeaux, Paris (1927). Illustre par Jean Georges Cornelius de 15 compositions gravees sur cuivre en couleurs par Ch. Thevenin, dont 9 hors-texte et 6 vignettes; 225 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. E.P. Dutton, New York (1927). A Tragedy in One Act; Illustrated with bandw erotic drawings by John Vassos; 500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Grabhorn Press, San Francisco (1927). A Tragedy in One Act; 195 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. John Lane, London and New York (1927). A TRAGEDY IN ONE ACT: TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH OF OSCAR WILDE, WITH SIXTEEN DRAWINGS BY AUDREY BEARDSLEY

Wilde, Oscar. Poems of Oscar Wilde. BONI, New-York (1927). Illustrated by Jean de BOSSCHERE; 2000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. L'anniversaire de l'Infante. Black Sun Press, Paris (1928). Nine hors-texte color lithographs [with tissue guards] by Alastair; 100 copies.

Wilde, Oscar. Le Portrait de Dorian Gray. Societe d'edition Le Livre, Emile Chamontin, Paris (1928). Traduction nouvelle d'Edmond Jaloux et Felix Frappereau; Avec vingt-trois gravures au burin de J.-E. Laboureur; 200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Vanguard Press, New York (1928). Illustrated in mezzotints by Lynd Ward; 2000 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. E.P. Dutton and Co., London (1928). Haunting images by John Vassos with tissue guards

Wilde, Oscar. Birthday of the Infanta. Black Sun Press, Paris (1928). Frontispiece and 9 plates illustrations by Alastair; 100 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Autobiography of Lord Alfred Douglas. Martin Secker, London (1929). DOUGLAS, Lord Alfred.

Wilde, Oscar. Harlot's House. E.P. Dutton and Co, New York (1929). 16 full-page b/w illustrations, title vignette and jacket design by John Vassos

Wilde, Oscar. Letters to the Sphinx from Oscar Wilde. Duckworth, London (1930). 275 copies; Contents: A Note of Explanation, by Robert Ross. Reminiscences, by Ada Levenson. 1. The Importance of Being Oscar. 2. The Last First Night. 3. Afterwards

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Les Editions d'Art Devambez, Paris (1930). 20 etchings by Lobel-Riche; 200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Societe des amis du Livre Moderne (1930). Avec des compositions de Manuel Orazi gravees sur bois par Pierre Bouchet; Beautiful Art-Deco illustrations by Orazi; 149 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. E.P. Dutton and Company, New York (1930). A Tragedy in One Act; 17 b/w illustrations by John Vassos

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. John Lane The Bodley Head, New York (1930). a Tragedy in One Act: Translated from the French of Oscar Wilde, with Sixteen Drawings By Aubrey Beardsley

Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Dorian Gray. Horace Liveright, New York (1930). Illustrated by Majeska; 1540 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Oscar Wilde. Nonesuch Press, Bloomsbury (1932). Recollections; Raymond, Jean Paul; illustration in gilt by Charles Ricketts; 800 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad Of Reading Gaol. Limited Editions Club, New York (1937). Introduction By Burton Rascoe; illustrated with 8 full-page ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS by Zhenya Gay; 1500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad Of Reading Gaol. Heritage Press, New York (1937). With an Introduction by Burton Rascoe and Frontispiece and eight plates Lithographs by Zhenya Gay

Wilde, Oscar. Salome. Limited Editions Club, Paris (1938). Derain, Andre; drame en un acte; 2 Volumes One in English Illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley and One in French Illustrated and Signed by Andre Derain; 1500 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Oscar Wilde. Duckworth, London (1940). A Summing-Up; DOUGLAS, Lord Alfred.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballade de la geole de Reading. Librairie Marceau, Paris (1942). Traduit par Henry-D. Davray; Preface de Pierre Mac Orlan; Illustree de 40 aquarelles par Dignimont; 1200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Picture of Dorian Gray. Faber and Faber, London (1973).

Wilde, Oscar. Poems in Prose. Mason Hill Press, Vermont (1974). The preface to The picture of Dorian Gray; Illustrated with 7 wood engravings and 6 woodcut initials by James Dignon; 120 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Mervyn Peake. Gordon Spilstead, London (1980). Extracts from the poems of Oscar Wilde with 16 illustrations by Mervyn Peake and a foreword by Maeve Gilmore; 200 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. Ballad of Reading Gaol. Old Stile Press, Catchmays Court, Llandogo (1994). Wood Engravings by Garrick Palmer; 225 copies printed.

Wilde, Oscar. De Profundis. British Library Publishing Division, United Kingdom (2000). a Facsimile Edition of the Original Manuscript; Introduction by Mervyn Holland; 495 copies printed.