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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

de la Mare, Walter

de la Mare, Walter. Songs of Childhood. Longmans Green and Co, London (1902). With a frontispiece illustration of dancing fairies by Richard Doyle, titled "Under the Dock Leaves". De La Mare's first collection of poetry.

de la Mare, Walter. Henry Brocken. His Travels and Adventures in the Rich, Strange, Scarce-Imaginable Regions of Romance.. John Murray, London (1904).

de la Mare, Walter. The Return. Edward Arnold, London (1910).

de la Mare, Walter. The Three Mulla-Mulgars. Duckworth, London (1910). With a frontispiece and one plate, in color, by J. R. Monsell.

de la Mare, Walter. The Listeners and Other Poems. Constable, London (1912).

de la Mare, Walter. Peacock Pie: A Book of Rhymes. Constable, London (1913).

de la Mare, Walter. The Sunken Garden and Other Poems. Beaumont Press, London (1917). 250 numbered copies on hand-made paper.

de la Mare, Walter. Flora: A Book of Drawings by Pamela Bianco. Heinemann, London (1920). With Pamela Bianco.

de la Mare, Walter. Memoirs of a Midget. Collins, London (1921).

de la Mare, Walter. Down-Adown-Derry. Constable, London (1922). Illustrated by Dorothy Lathrop with frontispiece and two other coloured plates. Many illustrations of faries, witches and dreams in the text. 325 numbered and signed copies.

de la Mare, Walter. Songs of Childhood. Longmans Green and Co, London (1923). 310 numbered copies signed by de la Mare on a special limitation page. Eight color plates by Estella Canziani

de la Mare, Walter. The Riddle and Other Stories. Selwyn and Blount, London (1923). 310 numbered copies signed by de la Mare.

de la Mare, Walter. Come Hither: A collection of rhymes and poems for the young of all ages.. Constable, London (1923). Woodcut vignettes and full-page illustrations by Alec Buckels.

de la Mare, Walter. Two Tales. Bookman's Journal Office, London (1925). Contains 'The Green Room' and 'The Connoisseur'. 250 signed copies on hand-made paper.

de la Mare, Walter. Broomsticks & Other Tales. Constable, London (1925). Black and white woodcut illustrations by Bold, handmade paper. 278 numbered and signed copies.

de la Mare, Walter. The Connoisseur and Other Stories. Collins, London (1926).

de la Mare, Walter. Stuff and Nonsense. Constable, London (1927). 42 woodcuts to the text by Bold.

de la Mare, Walter. Stories From the Bible. Faber and Gwyer, London (1929). 300 signed copies.

de la Mare, Walter. Poems for Children. Constable, London (1930). 125 numbered and signed copies.

de la Mare, Walter. On the Edge Short Stories. Faber and Faber, London (1930). 300 numbered copies. With wood-engravings by Elizabeth Rivers.

de la Mare, Walter. Desert Islands and Robinson Crusoe. Faber and Faber, London (1930). Engraved half-title and decorations by Rex Whistler. 650 signed copies. Printed at the Westminster Press.

de la Mare, Walter. Seven Short Stories Chosen from 'The Connoisseur and Other Stories', 'Broomsticks and Other Tales' & 'The Riddle and Other Stories'.. Faber and Faber, London (1931). 150 copies signed by the author. Frontispiece plus 7 further full colour lithographs and two black and white illustrations by John Nash.

de la Mare, Walter. The Lord Fish. Faber and Faber, London (1933). 60 signed copies. Five colour plates and seven black-and-white head-pieces by Rex Whistler.

de la Mare, Walter. Early One Morning in the Spring. Faber and Faber, London (1935). 50 copies. Lithographic frontis by Barnett Freedman and black and white plates.

de la Mare, Walter. These Things the Poets Said. Pear Tree Press, Sussex (1935). First UK printing. Preface by Robert P Eckert Jr. Poems in memory of the poet Edward Thomas by De la Mare, W H Davies, James Guthrie, Gordon Bottomley, Vivian Locke-Ellis, Robert Frost, John Gawsworth et al. 150 copies. Illustrated.

de la Mare, Walter. The Wind Blows Over. Faber and Faber, London (1936).

de la Mare, Walter. This Year: Next Year.. Faber and Faber, London (1937). Illustrated throughout with colourful borders and chromolithograph plates by Harold Jones. 100 numbered copies signed by both author and illustrator.

de la Mare, Walter. Love. Faber and Faber, London (1943).