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Gods’ Man By Ward, Lynd. Rebound in half black morocco and marbled boards, backstrip titled in silver with the top edge in matching silver treatment.
Ward’s first woodcut novel. Limited editions, copy 46 of signed by Lynd Ward, with an original wood cut on Japanese tissue, pulled by Ward laid-in, from blocks made for Gods’ Man, and signed by him in pencil. The latter one of the larger images in the novel: Interior contents clean and crisp. Tall octavo, largely unopened, with slipcase. By the Aldus Printers and bound by the J. Each copy is Signed by the Author. This copy is Number 12″ and Signed.
First published in November to robust sales. Unpaginated, with woodcut illustrations printed one-side only. Black cloth with small mounted illustration, paper spine label, black endpapers; top edge gilt, others uncut. Wwrd copy housed in a slightly scuffed black card slipcase with black felt goxs, otherwise very good.
The Aldus Printers and J. This is number Black cloth with black end papers in exceptionally good condition, with paper labels on spine and front board. One spot on the spine visible in the accompanying photograph and two light scratches on the front cover. The binding is tight and square; the pages are crisp and clean; bookplate of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
Signed by Ward on the copyright page.
Brier Hill Gallery Published: Special edition of printed from the woodblocks. Signed, limited edition of copies for sale. Owner’s name on fep. The original copyright is ; this is the first and only printing of the limited edition. Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, [ ]. Lync and signed by the author. Black cloth backed, illustrated paper covered boards. Head of spine lightly nicked; board edges lyd through paper in several places, especially at godd a couple of minor stains on covers.
Interior quite clean and tight. A very nice copy signed and dated Insurance required to ship this item. Jonathan Cape and Harrison Smith, First edition, third printing. Signed by Lynd Ward on the half title page. Lightly rubbed at edges, spine cloth mildly hods at top.
Spine title label toned and lightly lifting at top corner. A lovely, signed copy of the first American wordless novel. Quarter gdos cloth with decorated boards and paper label on back strip. Covers are generally clean with shelf wear to bottom edges of the boards. The spine is sound and the label is darkened and discolored. Binding is square and tight, slightly cocked; pages are crisp and clean with black publisher’s stain to top edges.
Overall very good condition. Very good with general wear; light wear to top and bottom of spine. Jonathan Cape And Harrison Smith, Staterd Fifth Printing, October Arroyo Seco Books Published: A good copy only in the publisher’s illustrated paper over boards with black cloth spine and applied label.
Hinges tender, but holding.
A Wordless Novel – Gods’ Man
A serviceable copy of Ward’s wordless masterpiece in woodcuts, lacking the scarce jacket. Cleveland Book Company Published: A near fine copy in a very good dustjacket.
This copy is signed by Ward on the half-title page–signature only.
Other than a couple of specs on the black rear board and some light foxing on the top page edge–this would mab a fine copy.
A story book in woodcuts–Lynd Ward –a novel done entirely in dark brooding woodcuts–carved instead of written–unpaginated and original to the author. Stated first printing on the copyright page. Classic First Editions Published: First Edition, Sixth Printing.
Gods’ Man by Ward, Lynd
Octavo; unpaginated; VG-; Sun faded black spine with black lettering to beige label; cloth shows slight sunning to edges of boards; text block has previous owner’s bookplate to front pastedown, light ink to half-title, mah cracking to front gutter, deckled edges; wagd with black and white woodcuts; RL Consignment; shelved case A wordless novel by American artist Lynd Wardpublished in It is the first of Ward’s six wordless novels, and is the first American wordless novel.
The woodblock prints tell the Faustian story of an artist who signs away his soul for a magic paintbrush. Lyndd Story Books Published: A tight solid book despite its wear to the edges; first endpaper has a small chip to the top; slightly cocked.
Gpds very readable and such a godss book. Quarto [29 cm] Black cloth over boards with a silver stamped title on the spine, and a brown and white pictorial label on the front cover. Cover design by Jacob McMurray. The corners of the covers and preliminary pages are gently bumped, the top fore edge corner of the rear cover a bit more prominently. There are a couple of creases in the front free endpaper.
The longer crease measures 5″ long. With a dust jacket showing only minor edge wear. The first of Ward’s six wordless novels that is told exclusively through striking woodcut illustrations. With a preface by Barry Moser, and an introduction two essays by Lynd Ward.
Number 38 in an edition limited to copies for sale. Signed by Barry Moser on the limitation page. With a facsimile of Lynd Ward’s signature on the limitation page as well. First Edition, Early Printing. Publisher’s black top stain. gids
Gentle rubbing to extremities. Lynd Ward was not only a talented printmaker, but he was a socially-conscious storyteller as well. It depicts the deadly bargaining of the soul that a struggling young artist is willing to make. Subtle age toning to boards.
Gods’ Man: A Novel in Woodcuts by Lynd Ward
Short, neat contemporary gift inscription on the second front free endsheet. Barbers Sailors and Booksellers Condition: Good binding and cover.
Slight red discoloration to cover. In captionless woodblock prints it tells the Faustian story of an artist who signs away his soul for a magic paintbrush.
Gods’ Man was the first American wordless novel, and is seen as a precursor of, and influence on, the development of the graphic novel. First Edition, Third Printing. Cloth-backed with printed paper-covered boards and spine label; less edgewear than usual with this book; book has a slight forward lean; the contents are very clean and bright, free of any previous owner marks of any kind. This is a handsome early printing. Michael Pyron, Bookseller Published: Hard cover, 4th printing.
Has some minor rubbing to the edges of the boards, gift inscription and minor paperclip wrinkle to front end pages, otherwise VG condition with no dust jacket, as issued. Thank you for supporting our small, family-owned business!