Thirty Personalities and a Self-portrait.

London, Desmond Harmsworth, [September 1932].

Folio, pp. 3-5 [introductory text], [1], plus 27 [of 31] plates after drawings by Lewis, each with a printed tissue cover leaf (wanting that for Ivor Black); wanting the title leaf (limitation on verso); original quarter white cloth and black card portfolio, printed cover label, cotton ties; covers soiled and edges rubbed, but the plates fine.

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First edition, one of circa 200 copies, the last of only three portfolios of art published by Lewis in his lifetime. A sadly imperfect copy, wanting the title (with the verso signed and numbered) and the plates of Noel Coward, James Joyce and J. B. Priestley.

Pound & Grover B3; Morrow & Lafourcade A19.

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