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  • Cocktail Time – P.G. Wodehouse – First Edition Collectable

    Cocktail Time – P.G. Wodehouse – First Edition Collectable

    First Edition published by Herbert Jenkins, London in 1958.

    Octavo, 222 very funny pages all in very good clean condition. Great period dust jacket.

    a sought-after Wodehouse. Frederick, Fifth Earl of Ickenham has a lot of things on his plate but he gets them (everybody) sorted with hilarity.

    Collectable Wodehouse – First Edition

    $80.00

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  • Frozen Assets – Wodehouse – First Edition

    Frozen Assets – Wodehouse – First Edition

    Wodehouse First Edition published by Herbert Jenkins, London 1964.

    Octavo, 219 pages all in very good condition. All of our dust jackets are covered with removable Brodart for protection. Dust jacket art by Payne.

    Edmund Biffen Pkye (Biffy) left his fortune to his godson much to the surprise of closer relatives with an eye on the cash. However, the proviso that the young man stay free from the clutches of the law until his 30th birthday sets the hilarious ball rolling…

    Wodehouse First Edition – Hilarious

    $70.00

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  • Humour – The Folio Anthology – Preface P.G. Wodehouse -1992

    Humour – The Folio Anthology – Preface P.G. Wodehouse -1992

    A first of type published by the Folio Society, London 1992. Large octavo, 400 pages including biographical notes. Very good condition and in its usual slipcase.

    We do not normally sell recycled Folio books … this one we feel is different however. Hutchinson had previously published a couple of hilarious anthologies of funny short stories … A Century of Humour and A Second Century of Humour … the complier P.G. Wodehouse. This is a selection of the best of both with the Wodehouse Preface respectfully retained.

    Some of our favorites … The Grey Parrot; The Dog that Bit People; The Landlord of the Love-a-duck; The Diary of a Nobody; the Canterville Ghost; Dinner Party at Fraser’s; Three Men in a Boat (We stopped under the willows at Kempton Park.) etc etc many many more

    Voyager Bill used to have jacket the same as the covers on this book … left it somewhere … wonder where?

    Lots of laughs …. with P.G. Wodehouse approval

    $35.00

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  • Bring on the Girls – P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton – First edition 1954

    Bring on the Girls – P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton – First edition 1954

    Published by Herbert Jenkins, London 1954 a first edition. Octavo, 248 pages with numerous illustrations from photographs. Very good condition.

    A first edition of an improbable Wodehouse book .. the improbable story of our (with Guy Bolton) life in Musical Comedy … with Pictures to prove it.

    Wodehouse met Bolton at the opening night of the musical “Very Good, Eddie” … what they both wrote in their diaries that night makes for an interesting start for what turned out to be a formidable collaboration.

    Great period photographic images of the likes of Wodehouse (Plum), Guy, George Gershwin, Douglas Fairbanks, W.C. Fields etc and Voyager favourite … Bertie … the Performing Seal.

    Unusual revealing Wodehouse First Edition

    $80.00

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  • The Small Bachelor – P.G. Wodehouse – New Edition 1970

    The Small Bachelor – P.G. Wodehouse – New Edition 1970

    This is an old one, first published in 1927. This is the first printing of a new issue by Barrie & Jenkins, London in 1970. Octavo, 204 pages, foxed around the page edges otherwise a good copy in a complete dust jacket

    Complex Wodehouse carry-on. George Finch artist who desires New York socialite Molly Wellington, cannot paint .. a hopeless artists. Her mother prefers the advances of Lord Hunstanton. Many characters contribute to George’s success or lack of … including a poetic policeman, an ex-convict valet, a fortune teller, Fanny the pickpocket etc.

    Read carefully or your laughing will cause injury!

    $50.00

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  • Sunset at Blandings – P.G. Wodehouse

    Sunset at Blandings – P.G. Wodehouse

    Published by Chatto and Windus for the Book Club Associates, a first printing 1978. Octavo, 213 pages illustrated endpapers, diagrams of Blandings etc. A very good copy.

    P.G. Wodehouse died at the age of 93 in 1975 having written one hundred books been a highly acclaimed Hollywood scriptwriter, written the lyrics to 300 published songs etc. This is his final unfinished work, 16 of maybe 22 planned chapters.

    Compiled by Richard Usborne and magnificently supported by the “Work in Progress”, manuscript notes of scenarios and plots found at PGW’s bedside and at home. They make very interesting reading and remind Voyager of our other favourite unfinished work “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” by Dickens.

    Usborne also provides a fun chapter on the fictitious Blandings Castle and its surroundings, an essay on the train timetable between Paddington and Market Blandings with the help of a “Bradshaw’s” expert, before Michael Portillo had the idea, and few pages of “Notes to Text”’ which will make any reader qualify as a first grade Wodehouse expert.

    Unfinished but entertaining

    $35.00

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