In-18. 638pp. 10 drawings hors-texte by Martin van Maele.
The earliest edition I can find was published in 1893 by Osgood and McIlvaine, London as Pan Michael: An Historical Novel of Poland, the Urkraine and Turkey; however the title page states it is translated from the Polish [Pan Wolodyjowski]. Polish edition not found in any of the usual sources.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53302)
In-16. vii + 365pp. 10 copies were issued on Japanese Vellum and on ordinary wove paper. 10 drawings hors-texte by Martin van Maele [per advert]. Chapter headings.
Republished by Carrington in 1916.
(British Library: YA.1986.a.9784. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-LI11-36. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #31)
In-16. xv + 584pp. Frontispiece + 20 engravings hors-texte.
An apparently enhanced version of the edition previously published by Carrington in 1906. The Bibliotheque Nationale entry shows the publisher as Charles Carrington.
(British Library: Cup.365.bb.33. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-LI11-36 (A). Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #32)
In-18. 412pp. Illustrated cover.
Title page and cover only seen. From the series L'Amour cruel à travers les âges.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-22879)
14.60cm. x 23.50cm. Paradox on Women: 41pp. Conjugal Love or the Pleasures of the Marriage Bed: xxiv + 130pp. Limited edition of 250 copies, of which 150 are on Chine and 100 copies on Holland [copy seen]. Title page printed in red and black. Frontispiece to "Paradox on Women" by Wely. Frontispiece to "Conjugal Love" by Lemercier.
A compilation of A Paradox on Women and Conjugal Love. It appears this work contains extracts from a book entitled Mysteries of conjugal love reveal'd (first published in English in 1703 and later published by Carrington in 1906).
(Kinsey: 160.44 Acld 1898. University of Sydney: Heymanson collection, No.497)
Part of the series La Flagellation à Travers le Monde.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-333. Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin: Kd 1254/10-3)
23cm. xxiv + 679pp. Printed by Turnbull and Spears. Top edge gilt. Deckled edges. Head and tail bands. Title page printed in black only.
Title page only seen. This work is an English translation of Le crime et le suicides passionnels [Paris: Félix Alcan, 1900]. There was an edition published by Imperial Press, London in 1905 [See entry below]. Imperial Press may have been Carrington's London agent. A pirated copy was done, probably c.1930s, which shows no date on the title page, no printer, and the thickness is ¼ inch lesss than this Carrington due to the cheap paper used.
(British Library: X.200/6283. Rose: 3729. University of Sydney: Heymanson No.930. Ivan Stormgart Special Catalogue 40, #498.)
23cm. xxiv + 679pp. Printed by Turnbull and Spears. Chapter I title same as the 1901 Carrington chapter title, Passion and Criminality in France.
Possibly Carrington. Imperial Press may have been Carrington's London agent. Typography matches the Carrington edition. Note the decoration on the Imperial Press title page; a decoration used on many Carrington publications. Also note the decoration is not present on the 1901 title page.
(University of California Santa Barbara: HV6964.P7 1905. York University, Law Library (Canada) HV 6964 P713 1905)
8vo. 118pp. Limited edition of 100 copies.
Probably Carrington. This work is the first translation [of volume 1?] of Aus den Memorien einer Sangerin, published in Germany, 1868 and 1875. Supposedly the autobiography of the 19th century opera singer Wilhemina Schroeder-Devrient. Also published, possibly by Charles Hirsch, under the imprint The Erotica Biblion Society of London and New York, 1898. Bibliotheque des Curieux [Georges and Robert Briffaut] also published an edition in 1913 entitled Memoires d'une chanteuse Allemande.
(Mendes 114-A. British Library: P.C.13.g.15. Bibliothèque Nationale: ENFER-878)
21cm. 163pp. Printed on Arches.
The title page transcription in Dutel does not match copy seen [text and layout is uniform but capitalization is not..ie: Dutel shows title in all caps.
(Kinsey 843.8 R22 p3 1907. Dutel: 673. British Library: P.C.13.g.16. Bibliothèque Nationale: ENFER-1232.)
4to. 281pp. Title page in red and black. Printed by Veuve Félix Guy et Cie in a limited edition of 1000 copies on laid, deckle-edged paper. Title and headings in red throughout.
Only one volume was ever published by Carrington. See also The Scented Garden Man's Heart to Gladden. Edward Avery published a pirated English translation of this work in 1886 as: THE PERFUMED GARDEN | OF THE | CHEIKH NAFZAOUI | [?] | COSMOPOLIS MDCCCLXXXVI | For the Kama Shastra Society of London and Benares. The original French edition was published by Isidore Liseux as Le Jardin Parfume. Also published by Bibliothèque des curieux [Georges and Robert Briffaut] in 1912.
(Michael Neal Cat. No.16, #523. Kinsey: 333.7 Um4p 1907. Mendes: Appendix F)
13.97cm. x 19.05cm. xxxvi + 294pp. Printed by Bussière on hand-made paper. Title page printed in black only. Decorative first letter of each chapter. Frontispiece + 1 illustrated chapter piece and 13 in-text illustrations by an unknown artist.
(Kinsey: 542.1 V75p)
In-18. viii + 919pp. 10 illustrations by [Emile?] Mas.
(Michael Neal Cat. No.16, #588. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-53796. Université de Montréal: 891.853/P972f.Fh)
8vo. vi + 204pp. (Probably) printed by Theime on hand-made paper watermarked Arches. Frontispiece + 5 full-page plates, 2 of which are in color. Chapter pieces.
The author is ascribed to J.B. Boyer, Marquis d'Argens. This work is an English translation of Therese Philosophe, Paris: c.1748; although Carrington probably used the text from an edition of The Philosophical Theresa published in c.1830 by either Cannon or J.B. Brookes.
(Mendes: 133. Bookseller Holding: Berkelouw Books 4/1/04)
20cm. viii + 334pp.
Title page only seen. This work was printed from the plates of an 1895 edition published by Ward, Locke and Bowden Ltd. Dorian Gray first appeared in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Warde and Locke published the first edition in book form April 1891 in an edited and enlarged edition; Wilde added chapters 3, 5, 15, 16, 17 and 18 to the original version published in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine [Sotheby's Auction: Oct. 29, 2004; Lot 42]. A large paper edition was published three months later in a limited edition of 250 copies [Sotheby's Auction: Oct. 29, 2004; Lot 45]. Carrington also published editions in 1905, 1908 x 2, 1908(1910), 1909 and 1910 x 2.
(Mason: #331. Bookseller holding: Paul Snijders, Antiquariaat Fokas Holthuis)
12.70cm. x 18.42cm. vii + 327pp. Sole Authorized Edition. Printed on laid paper. Title page printed in red and black.
Also issued by Carrington in 1908 (1910) with illustrations by Eugene Dété and Paul Thiriat.
(Kinsey: 823.7 W67 p6 1905. Mason: #332. British Library: 012624.cc.36. UCLA: PR5819.P611 1905)
8vo. xii + 362pp.
Includes an editorial note by Robert Ross. Non-illustrated, this edition is volume 12 of 14 from The First Collected Edition of the Works of Oscar Wilde, London: Methuen & Co. 1908.
(Mason: #444. British Library: L.R.408.a.2)
This edition is volume 14 of 14 from The First Collected Edition of the Works of Oscar Wilde, London: Methuen & Co. 1908.
(Mason: #434. IU Lilly Library: Z274.A2 T43 no.33)
19.05cm. x 22.23cm. 312pp. Printed on laid paper. Title page printed in red and black. Frontispiece by Paul Thiriat with tissue guard + 6 full-page wood engravings with tissue guards, with red text explaining what the scene is and where in the text it relates to, by both Eugene Dété and Paul Thiriat.
From a tipped in publisher's note: "This illustrated edition was intended to be issued in 1908, the date given on the title page; but, after the text had been printed, the Artist unfortunately fell ill, and this is why the book has not appeared before the present year, 1910".
(Kinsey: 823.7 W67 p6 1910. Mason: #335. UCLA: PR5819 .P611 1908a)
12.07cm. x 18.42cm. 312pp. Printed by Félix Guy on laid paper.
A "Nota Bene" on a loose sheet of paper in this edition states "The Satyricon of Petronius (1902) and What Never Dies (1902) have been attributed quite erroneously to the pen of Oscar Wilde."
(Kinsey: 823.7 W67 p6 1909. Mason: #336. UCLA: PR5819 .P611 1909)
18cm. xii + 352pp.
Non-illustrated, this edition is actually volume 13 of 14 (the 14th being "Salomé") from The Second Collected Edition of the Works of Oscar Wilde, London: Methuen & Co. 1910. Includes an editorial note by Robert Ross and a publisher's note by Carrington dated 1909.
(Mason: #525. UCLA: PR5819.P611 1910b)
19cm. 312pp. Copyright Edition. Followed by three pages of "Bibliographical Note" concerning pirated editions of Dorian Gray and an 'Authorised Editions' listing.
Title page and Bibliographical Note only seen. See also the [January] 1910 edition above.
(Mason: #338. UCLA: PR5819.P611 1910a)
14.61cm. x 22.86xm. Two volumes. pp. xxxv + 297, vi + 342. Printed by Theime in Holland in a limited edition of 500 copies on hand-made laid paper. Title page printed in red and black with red and black border. Chapter and tail pieces.
This present work is the English translation of Rosenbaum's Geschichte der Lustseuche im Alterthume. Nebst ausführlichen Untersuchungen über den Venus-und Phalluscultus, published in 1845 [Wellcome Library: 44598B]. Although printed by Theime in Holland in 1898 [per the colophon in the second volume] it was not published until this 1901 [Legman: The Horn Book, p.52]. In a copy held by William Dailey Rare Books, Gershon Legman's note attributes this English translation to Francis Byrne, whereas Goodland attributes the translation to Alfred Allinson [Goodland p.526].
(Kinsey: 616.99 R81gE 1901. British Library: Cup.366.ee.26. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. A.1.15. Wellcome Library: TQ.D Vol.1 and TQ.d Vol.2)
271pp. Limited edition of 300 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.
Probably Carrington. From the series Studies in Flagellation. The front wrapper shows Privately Printed for The British Bibliophiles Society.
14.61cm. x 22.23cm. xxvi + 280pp. Limited edition of 300 copies printed on smooth wove paper. Title page printed in red and black. Chapter pieces.
The author of this work is attributed to J. N. Jencks. Originally published in 1869 as The history and philosophy of marriage: or, polygamy and monogamy compared. Later published under the same title in 1875 by James Campbell [Reddie?]. Also published by Panurge Press in 1929 as A Plea for Polygamy.
(Kinsey: 162.4 J51h 1898. British Library: Cup.364.f.16. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-R-15781. Library of Congress: HQ988.5. University of Texas: HQ 988 P5)
23cm. 38pp. Limited edition of 50 copies on Imperial Japanese paper
Pirated edition. The University of Texas also holds a copy printed on laid paper.
(Mason: #609. British Library: 012355.ee.20. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Z-9199. University of Texas: PR 5816 1905.)
8vo. xvi + 51pp. + a 55-page catalogue: Catalogue de quelques Editions d'Art et de Livres curieux. publiés par Charles Carrington, Paris. Printed by A. Rey et Cie of Lyons.Title page done in orange and black. Large orange and black decorative first letters of paragraphs. Chapter pieces in orange.
Title page, first text page and colophon only seen. Translated by Charles Grolleau with a preface by Jacques Desroix. Previously issued in English by Carrington in 1905 as Poems in Prose.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-55591. Ivan Stormgart Special Catalog #40, #638)
In-4. 143pp. Printed by G Peignot & Fils in a limited edition of 250 copies of which 25 are on Japon and 225 on paper vergé.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 4-Z-1541. University of Toronto: LArab A2861.Fs. Bookseller holding: Librairie Abencerage, 8/|24/|04)
This may be an English translation based on Polygamia triumphatrix, id est Discursus politicus de polygamia, 1682. Title from an advert, List of Mr. Carrington's Recent Medical and Philosophical Publications, in the back of volume 2 of Untrodden Fields. This book has not been found in any of the usual sources.
In-18. vii + 397pp.
Possibly a French translation of The Gate of the Kiss, published London, 1902.
(Michael Neal Cat. No.16, #386. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Y2-54588. Library and Archives Canada: Ext listed 800 HARD)
113pp. Limited edition of 150 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Arches.
Probably Carrington. Originally published as Les Amours de Garnison. A clandestine US reprint was published "London: At the Sign of the Blue Nose, 1898" [N.Y. c.1925].
Small 4to. 39pp. 25 printed pages of hand-written text. Limited edition of 200 on vergé d'Arches. Numerous illuminated images and vignettes in color by Léon Lebègue.
See also La Mye du Roy: conte drolatique, published by Carrington in 1902.
(Monod: 894. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5 April 1989, #8. Sotheby's: Sale PF2017, Lot 334, 12/06/02)
24cm. 156pp. Limited edition of 500 copies of which 1-15 are on Chine, 16-45 are on Japon and 46-500 are on verge d'Arches. Title and text within red ornamental borders.
See also Rubaiyât d'Omar Kháyyâm, published by Carrington in 1910 from Brussels.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 4-YA-32. University of Texas: PK 6517 F5 G765 1902. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #63)
20cm.  + 163pp.
Front and back cover, and title page [reproduction] only seen. According to Legman this is a reprint of an edition done in 1864. However, Mr. C. Scheiner argues that this present edition is not a reprint but an original publication containing World War 1 references. See Ashbee Vol.3, p.199-200: In 1864 there were a series of "trashy publications" entitled Cupids Own Library. There were 13 publications in the series, one being The Rakish Rhymer or, Fancy Man's own Songster.
(Yale Library: Ib57 T917R. Legman: The Horn Book, p.395)
144pp. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 200 numbered copies on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder. Title page in red and black.
From the series Social Studies of the Century. This is a reprint of the William Lazenby and Edward Avery edition of London 1884 [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.485]. In Mendes' addenda to his Clandestine Erotic Fiction, the original 116-A has been determined to be "the Mme Roberts reprint (Paris, c. 1909)" and is now 116-B [The original 116-B now becomes 116-C, a cheap reprint]. The bibliographic information in this present entry reflects the changes in the addenda and is now 116-A.
(Addendum #3 to Mendes 116-A. (Possibly) Bibliothèque Nationale: Enfer-184)
279pp. Limited edition of 300 copies printed on hand-made paper.
Probably Carrington. From the series Social Studies of the Century. The illustration on the cover is signed A. Lambrecht.
(Mendes 129-A. British Library: Cup.719/|691)
9.38cm. x 17.78cm. 279pp. Limited edition of 500 copies printed on smooth, wove paper. Title page printed in red and black. Large decorative caps of first letter to each chapter. Chapter pieces.
Probably Carrington. From the series Social Studies of the Century.
(Kinsey: 823.7 r22 1894. Mendes 129-B)
8vo. 149pp. Printed by Blaiset Roy on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder.
Stories in this work include: The Unhappiest Day of My Life; Mr. Thorne's Governess; The Fair Bather [poem]; Virtuous Girls and Virtuous Wives; A Chapter from Life's Experience; How She Seduced the Boy [published previously, possibly by Carrington, as Only a Boy, c.1898]; Brother Davis; The Growth from Marriage into Freedom (United States); A Married Woman's initial experience in variety; Perverted Sexuality; Evidence of Nature Worship in Ancient Rome; My Naughty Niece as a Model [Previously printed in Carrington's Birchen-Bouquet, 1896]. From Forbidden Books p. 32-33: "Preceded by Memoirs of Private Flagellation", published by Carrington in c.1899, which gives the author as James Holmes.
(Mendes: 127. Bibliothèque Nationale: Enfer-152)
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-YE-6290)
176pp. Limited edition of 250 copies Printed on glossy laid paper watermarked The Conqueror.
Possibly Carrington. First published by Augustin Brancart in 1870 as Le Roman de Violette. A later edition was published, c.1883, probably by Kistemaeckers, with 6 engravings by Fredillo. The first English translation was published, possibly by Mlle. Doucé, in 1891.
Through the years the authorship of this work has been falsely attributed to Théophile Gautier, Victor Hugo or Alexandre Dumas...however, the author of 'Violette' is now believed to be Mannoury d'Ectot; a host to poets and artists at her house in northern France and girlfriend of Théodore Hannon, author of Rimes de joie (1881). [Dutel: 758. Kearney: A History of Erotic Literature, p.142)
166pp. Printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.
First published by William Dugdale in c.1867 as The Victim of Lust! [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.160]. Peter Mendes speculatively guesses that this work may have been written by George Augustus Sala.
8vo. 136pp. Limited edition of 100 copies printed on hand-made paper.
26cm. Unpaginated [60p]. Title page in red and black. Limited edition of 1050 of which numbers 1-50 are printed on Japon, the remaining printed on white antique laid paper.
See also Carrington's 1902 Les Quatrains d'Omar Kháyyâm.
(UCLA: PK6517.F5 M36. UC Berkeley: A8:17.F5M3.1910. University of Ottawa: PK 6517 .F5M3 1910. Wellcome Library: ZJP.282.AA2)
In-16. Two volumes. pp. 124, 167. Volume 1 printed on rough, lightweight wove paper. Volume 2 printed on thin, glossy wove paper.
Probably Carrington. The author is attributed to John Poole Kirkwood. Mendes states the year is possibly pre-dated by up to 5 years.
(Kinsey: 823.7 S12 1907. Mendes: 179. British Library: P.C.13.g.24. Bibliothèque Nationale: ENFER-882)
In-4. viii + 201pp. Limited edition of 650 copies of which 50 are on Japon.
Note that Carrington was in Brussels in 1911 so the place of publication is probably false, as is the date.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 4-YA-51. UC Berkeley: PK6490.S3 F7 1911. Bookseller holding: Librairie Picard, 8/4/2004)
4to. 84pp. Limited edition of 500 copies of which the first 100 are on Verge d'Arches. 16 illustrations by Beardsley.
Pirated edition.The first English edition was published in London: Elkin Mathews & John Lane, 1894 with 9 illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, translated by Lord Alfred Douglas. The first edition was published Londres: Elkin Mathews et John Lane, 1893 [February 22], with a device by Félicien Rops on the title page, in a limited edition of 600 copies [Sotheby's Auction Oct. 29. 2004: Lot 53]. In 1892 London the play was being rehearsed by Sarah Bernhardt when the Lord Chamberlain withheld the license on the grounds that the play introduced biblical characters. In Boston, Salomé was banned in book form [Ann Haight. Banned Books, 1935, p.57].
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 4-YTH-7926. Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #104. Bookseller holding: Antiquariat Dieter Zipprich 4/11/04)
Another pirated edition published by Carrington.
4to. Limited edition of 285 copies.
8vo. xciii + 421pp. Printed by Theime in a limited edition of 515 copies of which 440 copies are on French hand-made paper, 15 copies on Papier de Chine, and 60 copies are on ordinary vellum paper.
In a slip of paper published over the imprint on the title page, Carrington notes that the translation was done by "Sebastian Melmoth" (a pseudonym used by Oscar Wilde). However, one Petronius scholar argues that the translation was done by Alfred Richard Allinson.
(British Library: Cup.804.k.11. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Z-17941. University of Texas: PA 6558 E5 C3 1902)
This title is from an an advert in "Bibliotheca Carringtoniensis": FOR SALE: AN ARABIC MANUSCRIPT...complete and most beautiful manuscript of the above-named marvellous compendium of oriental sexuology. This copy is absolutely unique. It is composed of FOUR LARGE roy. 8vo VOLUMES of about 500 pages each, bound in WHOLE GREEN MOROCCO...and four strong artistic cases made by Bretault (of Paris), the title of the work in Arabic monogram on both sides of each volume. The paper is of first-class IMPERIAL JAPANESE manufacture. See also Carrington's 1907 edition of The Perfumed Garden. This so-called manuscript has not been found in any of the usual sources. However, see the entry below.
22.5 cm x 14.5. xlvii + 251pp. Plain green wraps. No title page, only a half-title. Text enclosed in a red frame. Page 1-40 are composed of Lady Burton's letter to the editor of "The Morning Post", 1891; another letter signed 'One of Many'; yet another letter signed 'One of a few' and an extract from 'Lord Macaulay's Review'. Contents on page 41-47.
The title, information and image are from Michael Neal's Catalogue No.5. Otherwise, I've been unable to locate a copy in the usual sources. See also the entry above and Carrington's 1907 edition of The Perfumed Garden.
(Michael Neal Catalogue No.5, April 1989, #58. Any Amount of Books, 3/18/2006)
8vo. 112pp. Printed by Edouard Maheu in a limited edition of 320 copies, of which 20 were printed on Imperial Japanese Vellum and 300 printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.
Probably Carrington. Possibly Maheu's last printing production before he died.
(Mendes: 103-A. British Library: P.C.13.d.18)
23cm. vii + 239pp. Printed by Theime
A deluxe edition was also printed on Imperial Japon in a limited to 30 copies. [Bookseller holding: Librairie Cole & Contreras]. This is a translation of series one of Le Cabinet Secret de l'Histoire, published Paris: Charles & Bureaux de la Chronique Médicale, 1895. Also see Curious Bypaths of History, 1898, Carrington's translation of the second book in the series.
(IU Lilly Library: DC40.C112 S412. British Library: 7679.bb.44. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-T21-639. Library of Congress: DC40.5 .C2)
14.61cm. x 22.23cm. viii + 256pp. Limited edition of 500 copies on Dutch paper and "a few on China". Engraved chapter piece illustration + last page engraved tailpiece illustration by Ch. Thévenin.
Preceded by Old Man Young Again, published by Carrington in 1898.
(Michael Neal Cat. No.16, #28. Kinsey: 893.42 S446 E 1899)
15.24cm. x 22.23cm. xxiv + 239pp. Limited edition of 750 copies printed on smooth wove paper. Title page printed in red and black with vignette.
Preface by Tarnowsky. According to an advertisement: "With a short preface specially written by the eminent author for this edition, and a portrait in heliogravure engraved by Lemercier (of Paris). Printed on stout vellum." This present work was issued again by Carrington in 1904 as L'Instinct sexuel et ses manifestations morbides.
(Kinsey: 532 T18kEc. British Library: Cup.363.ee.24. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-TD86-733. Library of Congress: HQ71 .T32)
13.97cm. x 21.59cm. l + 126pp. followed by 11 pages of advertisements. Limited edition of 500 copies on hand-made paper, of which 50 are on Japanese Vellum. Title page printed in black text with black border.
Possibly Carrington. According to the entry in Kinsey this may be an English translation of Intentions, published by Carrington in 1906. A note on the Kinsey copy attributes the author to possibly Hugues Rebell. See also The Trial of Oscar Wilde.
(Kinsey: 928.2 W67. University of Sydney: Deane Ero. A.7.20)
8vo. 118pp. Printed on hand-made paper watermarked: Van Gelder Zonen.
(Mendes 98-A. British Library: P.C.13.ff.20)
278pp. Printed by Noel Texier in a limited edition of 150 copies on glossy wove paper.
Pretty Women of Paris, mentioned on the title page, was published by William Lazenby and Edward Avery in 1883.
223pp. Limited edition of 250 copies printed on thin sized paper.
Possibly Carrington and/or Mlle. Doucé.
(Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-Z PIECE-1474. Union Catalogue of Italy: IT\ICCU\UBO\2226704)
152pp. Title page framed in decorative red border. Printed on glossy laid paper watermarked Original Clefcy Mill.
Title page only seen. This work is a very edited selection from Letters From a Friend in Paris, published in 1874. The original text was possibly published and maybe partially written by James Campbell Reddie.
15.88cm. x 25.4cm. x + 272pp. Limited edition of 500 copies printed on Japon vellum. 1 engraved chapter piece illustration in chapter one. Tail piece in last chapter. 7 full-page copper-plate engravings by Adolphe Lalauze printed on laid paper with tissue guards.
From an advert: "Limited edition of 425 copies of which 5 are on Japon, 10 are on Hollande "memes(?)etats que la precedent", 10 are on Whatman, 50 on Holland "eaux-fortes terminees avec remarques" and 350 on Hollande. "Planches imprimees par Whittman".
(Kinsey: 927.92 Ar7D. British Library: W64/0366. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-LN27-46050. Library of Congress: PN2638.A7 D7. University of Texas: PN 2638 A7 D6)
13.97cm. x 21.59cm. xviii + 349pp. Printed on smooth, thin wove paper. Title page printed in red and black. Chapter pieces.
The publisher's note, The Tribulations of a Bookseller. This present work was first published in 1862 as La Sorciere [Ashbee: Vol.1, p.475]. Jules Chevrel later republished the work in 1911 with illustrations by Martin van Maele.
(Kinsey: BF1569 M613 1904. Bibliothèque Nationale: 8-R-39544. Brown University: BF M58sE)
14.61cm. x 23.50cm. 195pp. Limited edition of 400 copies of which 25 are on Japon (with 1 containing the original 22 illustrations by Paul Avril), 50 are on velin d'Arches and 300 are on vergé d'Arches [copy seen]. Engraved frontispiece + 22 in-text illustrations, and head and tail illustrations by Paul Avril. Printed by Chamerot et Renouard. Title page in red and black.
From an advert: "Planches tirees par La Maison Whittman | Volume Imprime par la Maison Chamerot et Renouard".
(Kinsey: 843.7 F82 s22 1898. Monod: 4969. Bookseller holding: Egobooks, 4/11/04)
23cm. 330pp. + 2 pages of publishser ads. Limited edition of 1000 copies on hand-made paper. Frontispiece tinted green with tissue guard.
A translation of Le roman d'un spahi, Paris: Calmann Lévy (1893). The copy seen at Kinsey [and the edition commonly listed for sale by booksellers] is a reprint of this present edition, publisher unknown. The imprint on the reprint: Paris: Charles Carrington. The limitation page on the reprint: "This edition of Spahi's Love Story Privately printed from the Charles Carrington Paris 1907 edition is limited to 1000 copies extra illustrated". The reprint is printed on laid paper watermarked Louvain Book and includes a tipped in frontispiece by Robert Dean plus six etchings by Trilleau.
(University of Texas: PQ 2472 R713 1907. UCLA: PQ2472 .R66E 1907)
128pp. Limited edition of 150 copies printed on hand-made paper watermarked Van Gelder Zonen.
19cm. 93pp. Printed on glossy wove paper.
Possibly Carrington. Previously published by Brancart in 1892. This work was first published in 1827 by Cannon. The copy seen at Kinsey is uniform with Mendes: 78-A.
13.97cm. x 21.59cm. xix + 265pp. Limited edition of 500 copies on Van Gelder. Frontispiece done in green, peach and black by J. Wely. 10 plates by Franz von Bayros + 6 plates by J. Wely.
Originally published in Geneva, c.1872 as Russikya zavetniya skazki (Russian Secret Tales) by Aleksandr N. Afanasyev. This was a supplement to Afanasyev's Narodnye russkie skazki (Popular Russian Tales), 1855-1864. In 1883 a group of folklorists published a yearbook of erotic folklore titled Kryptádia (Secret Things), the first volume being a French translation of Afanasyev's Russikya zavetniya skazki. Isidore Liseux also translated Afanasyev's text into French in 1891. That edition being the text Carrington used to translate this present work into English [See Legman: The Horn Book, p.475-476].
(Kinsey: 890.37 A25 r9E 1897. British Library: Cup.804.bb.24. Bibliothèque Nationale: RES P-Y2-733)
15.24cm. x 22.86cm. Three volumes in one. pp. 304, 288, 313pp. Limited edition of 150 copies printed on what appears to be thin parchment. Title page of each 'volume' in red and black.
The author is attributed to John S. Farmer [See Legman's The Horn Book].
(Kinsey: 823.8 S93 1901. Mendes: 139)
Pamphlet. 29pp. Printed on rough wove paper.
Possibly Carrington. First published as a 12 page pamphlet in 1884 by William Lazenby and Edward Avery [Ashbee: Vol.3, p.483], which included the original homosexual passage from John Cleland's Memoirs of a Womm of Pleasure.
(Mendes: 172. British Library: P.C.13.h.5)
13.34cm. x 21.59cm. 63pp. Printed, probably by Noel Texier, in a limited edition of 250 copies on laid paper. Title page in red and black. Large red and black first letter of first chapter. Engraved frontispiece + large, illustrated chapter and tail piece by Martin van Maele.
From the series A Study of the Century. Issued by Carrington from Brussels. This English translation of Dix-Sept Ans, published by Carrington in 1905, extends the flagellation scenes and sexual descriptions not found in the French edition.
(Kinsey: 843.7 V75 d6E 1910. Mendes: 197)
23cm. xx + 410pp. Limited edition of 1000 copies.
In the note to a 1921 edition held at Kinsey (with illustrations by Paul Avril?): "Reprint of Carrington [i.e. Imperial Press], 1905". Later published by Panurge Press in 1929.
(British Library: X.520|22312. National Library of Australia: mfm 1424. UCLA: Microfilm HQ1101.H57 reel 504 no.3824)
23cm. xx + 410pp. Limited edition of 1000 copies. The colophon states: Privately printed by the Society of British Bibliophiles, edition de Grande Luxe on Simili-Japanese paper.
Title page only seen. Possibly Carrington. The "Imperial Press" imprint may have been an agent of Carrington's in London [See Mendes: p.35]. Previously published by Carrington in 1900 and Hirsch [?] in 1921 with illustrations by Paul Avril [?].
(British Library: X.529/21700. Bookseller holdings: Guy Davies and Henry Berkelouw Books, 7/9/04)