The Irish department leans heavily towards late nineteenth and twentieth century literary first editions, including signed limited editions, association copies and manuscripts.
We are very enthusiastic about the work of Samuel Beckett, Seamus Heaney, James Joyce, Patrick Kavanagh, Paul Muldoon, Flann O'Brien, Oscar Wilde and W.B. Yeats. We are also particularly adept at the dispersal of libraries, as well as literary archives and are able to provide valuations for sale or insurance.
YEATS Jack Butler (1908-1913)
Hand-coloured and black-and-white illustrations throughout by Jack B. Yeats. 84 monthly numbers, each one of 300 copies, all published. First to Seventh Years, comprising a complete set of the First Series. Each number a single Large 8vo. folded sheet of 4 pages. Dundrum, The Dun Emer Press (first number only) and The Cuala Press. June 1908 to May 1913.
YEATS W.B..; SAUL George Brandon (1964)
A Frenzy of Concentration: Yeats's Verse from Responsibilities to The King of the Great Clock Tower [and] CLARK (David R.) W.B. Yeats and the Drama of Vision. [in] Arizona Quarterly. Volume 20, No. 2Enquire
First edition. 8vo., original blue wrappers. Tucson, University of Arizona.
PATANJALI Bhagwan Shree (1938)
Aphorisms of Yoga. Done into English from the Original in Sankrit with a Commentary by Shree Purohit Swami and an Introduction by W.B. YeatsEnquire
First edition. 8vo., original yellow cloth, lettered in silver, lower edge untrimmed, dust jacket. London, Faber and Faber.
YEATS W.B..; LISTER Raymond (1965)
Beulah to Byzantium: A Study of Parallels in the Works of W.B. Yeats, William Blake, Samuel Palmer & Edward Calvert. Being No. II of The Dolmen Press Centenary PapersEnquire
First edition. Large 8vo., original brown wrappers, printed in black and red. Dublin, The Dolmen Press.
CUALA PRESS (1937)
Broadsides. A Collection of New Irish and English SongsEnquire
Third series. Songs by W.B. Yeats, W.J. Turner, Oliver Gogarty, Hilaire Belloc, Dorothy Wellesley, James Stephens, Edith Sitwell, Frank O'Connor, Gordon Bottomley, F.R. Higgins, Padraic Colum and Walter de la Mare. Illustrated by Jack Yeats, Victor Brown, Harry Kernoff and Maurice McGonigal. With music by W.J. Turner, Arthur Duff, Edmund Dulac, Frank Liebich, Hilda Matheson, Art O'Murnaghan, and Hilaire Belloc. Small folio. Original quarter linen, printed label on upper cover. Dublin, the Cuala Press.