The author's own copies of his work, comprising:-

Budd (Jackson [a.k.a 'Wallace Jackson'])

The author's own copies of his work, comprising:-

[as Jackson Budd]: - I Stood in the Shadow of the Black Cap. A Drama of London [third printing]. Sampson Low, Marston, 1932 - The Princely Quartet. Sampson Low, Marston, 1932 - Daughter of Illusion. Sampson Low, Marston, 1934 - The Three Jolly Vagabonds. Sampson Low, Marston, [1935] - Grand Ballyhoo. Sampson Low, Marston, [1936] - Precious Company. Michael Joseph, 1938 [as Wallace Jackson]: - Two Knocks for Death. Sampson Low, Marston, 1934 - The Zadda Street Affair. Sampson Low, Marston, 1934 - The Extraordinary Case of Mr. Bell. Sampson Low, Marston, 1935, [2 COPIES] - The Diamonds of Death. Sampson Low, Marston, 1936 - The Sinister Madonna. Sampson Low, Marston, 1937[12 Vols.]

Description: FIRST EDITIONS (with one exception, see above), some light marginal spotting occasionally, a few leaves dog-eared in one volume, pp. [iv], 476; viii, 408; vi, 377; [iv], 444, 16 [ads]; [vi], 440; 319; [iv], 316, 8 [ads]; [iv], 316; [iv], 316, [8, ads]; [iv], 316, [8, ads]; [iv], 284, 16 [ads]; [iv], 284, 8 [ads], crown 8vo, original black or green cloth, most volumes with edges lightly spotted, 'The Three Jolly Vagabonds' with cloth a little stained and bubbled, dustjackets present in the following cases: The Princely Quartet (a little chipped), Precious Company (a little chipped), The Zadda Street Affair, The Extraordinary Case of Mr. Bell (one copy), The Diamonds of Death, The Sinister Madonna, good

Publication Details: Sampson Low, Marston or Michael Joseph,1932- 1938

Notes: Most volumes with the author's ownership inscription to the flyleaf - in fact, all except 'Precious Company', which bears an inscription by the author ('To Win & Norman[?], from Jack, Jackson Budd, Xmas 1938') and 'Sinister Madonna', which is without inscription. 'The Three Jolly Vagabonds' follows the author's ownership inscription with an inscription 'To Arthur & Nellie' on the half-title', whilst 'Two Knocks for Death' also has his ownership stamp. In the books as Jackson Budd he signs thus, and adds 'His Book'; in those as Wallace Jackson, he includes both forms of the name. Budd was a Lon...more

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Price: £2,750

Subject: Modern First Edition

Published Date: 1938

Stock Number: 68034

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