Martin Secker, the Richards Press Limited, Publishers.

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Bring. and Hugh Walpole's Fortitude and The Dark Forest. Contained in many of the volumes are significant inscriptions or letters from authors paying tribute to their publisher. In addition to the books Martin Secker published, the collection contains the Letter Book of The Richards Press from 20 April to 12 February The Richards Press Limited Letter Book.

Martin Secker (6 April – 6 April ), born Percy Martin Secker Klingender, was a London publisher who was responsible for producing the work of a distinguished group of literary authors, including D.

Lawrence, Thomas Mann, Norman Douglas, Henry James, Compton Mackenzie, and George began publishing just before the First World War. Secker left, however, and joined the Board of Directors of The Richards Press (the remains of the famous Grant Richards company).

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This collection reflects the publishing history of Martin Secker’s publishing company as it was maintained in his personal library. The Richards Press was bought by Martin Secker inthen by John Baker Ltd. in Baker Ltd. was in turn absorbed into A. & C. Black in The Omar Series was a constant but minor series for Grant Richards Ltd.

and, in the end, John Baker Ltd. Published first inthe last copies of the series were reprinted inas Baker was. Book Description Martin Secker, London, Hardcover.

Condition: Near Fine. Description: pp., 1st edition,Publisher: Martin Secker, London. Publisher's pale olive cloth hardcover, gilt title stamped/embossed spine, blue dust jacket with dark blue stamped title accented by a geometric border pattern, protected by removable archival Range: $ - $1,   He acquired the publishing rights and assets of Grant Richards (called ‘the impeccable Granty’ by Secker) and carried on Richards’ business as The Unicorn Press Ltd, operating from the Unicorn Bookshop in King Charles Street (now gone) and then at 4 and 5 Royal Opera Arcade, which had formerly been Leonard Smithers’s office.

An anthology of prose, verse and drama from one of the most interesting and prolific periods in British literature. Writers such as Aubrey Beardsley, Max Beerbohm, Kenneth Grahame, A.E.

Houseman, Oscar Wilde, and W.B. Yeats appear Martin Secker this volume, along with many others whose names were well known at the turn of the century yet today are all but : (Editor) Martin Secker. Looking for books by Martin Richards. See all books authored by Martin Richards, including Sexual Arrangements: Marriage and the Temptation of Infidelity, and Chicago: The Movie and Lyrics (Newmarket Pictorial Moviebook), and more on Heritage Press editions are considered reprints or reissues of Limited Editions Club books.

However, each edition from the Press originally came with its own Sandglass — a four-page pamphlet discussing the illustrator and the importance of the book. Founded inHarvill Secker is the dynamic, international imprint at Vintage. Our books range from prizewinning literary fiction and non-fiction to bestselling crime and thrillers.

Our writers include Haruki Murakami, Jo Nesbo, J.M. Coetzee, Imogen Hermes Gowar, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Ruth Ware, Louis de Bernières, Abir Mukherjee, Denise. Martin Secker - Richards Press publishing archive, Collection Identifier: Scope and Contents Contains office copies of books published by Secker into which a variety of materials were laid in, tipped in, or pasted in to many of them.

These materials include handwritten and typed cards, letters and royalty receipts; Richards. First Edition Identifier. Reprinted and expanded from: The Antique Traders Book Collector's Price Guide.

Iola, WI: Krause Publications, A cursory guide to First Edition Identification. It is compact because of space limitations, and dealers of any size should consider one of the two books in the reference book.

Ace Books, oldest continuously operating science fiction publisher in the United States, originally got its start as a genre publisher of mysteries and westerns. The first book published by Ace, which was founded by Aaron A. Wyn inwas a pair of mysteries bound tête-bêche: Keith Vining's Too Hot for Hell, backed with Samuel W.


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Collection of 46 letters to British publisher Martin Secker. Various places: Publisher: London: Martin Secker [for] the Richards Press, Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

# Martin Secker [for] the Richards Press\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n wdrs. These were collected as Far Off Things by the publisher Martin Secker inand were enough of a success to cause Secker to commission a second memoir from Machen, Things Near and Far.

These two wonderful books of reminiscence were first collected as The Autobiography of Arthur Machen by the Richards Press in SECKER, Martin (), formerly Percy Martin Secker KLINGENDER. Publisher. Director of The Richards Press Ltd., publishers of the new edition of The Loom of Youth.

Letter()s to Alec Waugh and to S.P.B. Mais dated 20 June MAIS, Stuart Petre Brodie (). Author, journalist, broadcaster.

Schoolmaster at Sherborne School. Harvill Press. The Harvill Press was founded in by Manya Harari and Marjorie Villiers. The imprint was later acquired by the Glasgow-based publishing firm William Collins and Sons, which in merged with the American publishers Harper & Row to form HarperCollins.

In Harvill Press became independent following a management buyout. London: Martin Secker, [Plymouth, England]: Printed in Great Britain at The Mayflower Press, Plymouth: William Brendon & Son, Ltd.

[] Edition/Format: Print book: Biography: English View all editions and formats. Grant Richards was a small British publishing house that was founded in by the writer Grant Richards.

Grant Richards; Founded: the firm was renamed as the Richards Press. Inthe firm was bought by Martin Secker. It was subsequently bought by John Baker and finally by A & C Black. Publishers whose books we have in stock at Baskerville Books.

Quiller Press Limited: 1: View: Sheed and Ward Limited: 4: View: Justice of the Peace Limited: 2: View: Times Mirror Company: 6: Mayflower Books Limited: 4: View: Martin Secker and Warburg Limited: View: Mainstream Publishing Company (Edinburgh) Limited: 2.

Anybookltd via United Kingdom: Softcover, ISBN Publisher: Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, pages. Used - Good, Usually dispatched within business days, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers.

In good all round condition. London: Martin Secker, 8vo ( cm, "). 97, [1] pp. First British edition of Lawrence's novella, also known as "The Escaped Cock." Originally printed in Forum magazine inand then in its first book form by Black Sun Press in Paris inthis is a quintessentially Lawrentian tale in which Jesus, having survived crucifixion.

In Secker allied with Frederic Warburg and Roger Senhouse (Warburg Ltd.). Martin Secker and Warburg Ltd. lasted until when the relationship was dissolved and Warburg Ltd. purchased the firm. Secker acquired the rights to publisher Grant Richards catalog and continued to publish as The Unicorn Press Ltd.

MARTIN SECKER AND WARBURG LIMITED Reg. office address 20 VAUXHALL BRIDGE ROAD, SW1V 2SA, LONDON, Greater London England Company Number Jurisdiction England/Wales SIC Code - Non-trading company Date of Incorporation 07 Mar Company Type Private Limited Company.

Martin Secker, London (). 1, copies; Dust jacket cover drawing by Lawrence; A collection of eight essays about rural Mexican life Copies for Sale Lawrence, D.H.

Lady Chatterley's Lover. Private Press,New York (). copies printed. Comment: Publisher: Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd. Date of Publication: Binding: hardcover Edition: Condition: Good Description: ISBN Used Hardcover in good condition. Jacket is lightly marked and edgeworn. Foxing on the page block head.

Pages are clean and sound; text is Author: Delmore Schwartz. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Description: pp., 1st edition,Publisher: Martin Secker, London. Publisher's pale olive cloth hardcover, gilt title stamped/embossed spine, blue dust jacket with dark blue stamped title accented by a geometric border pattern, protected by removable archival film.

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The book is divided into two parts. Publisher: Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, Used - Good. Paperback. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers.

Your purchase benefits world literacy. 1 24 April From Martin Secker, director of The Richards Press Ltd., 5 Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mall, London. Informs McGrath that he cannot be of any help as Mr. Grant Richards (founder of Richards Press) and others associated with the business at the time of the publication of Joyce’s’ Dubliner’s were now dead.

In the case of titles published beforethe key to first-edition identification is often the date on the title page.

The vast majority of first editions published before had the year of publication on the title page (this is true for fiction and non-fiction titles). The presence of a date on the title page alone may identify books published prior to the mids as first editions.

A. "This edition first published by Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd in the Complete Works of George Orwell series Reprinted in Penguin classics "--t.p.

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