I am perhaps something of an expert on Supernatural Horror 1800-1940 so please do feel free to consult me on this issue. I have written articles & contributed to reference books on the subject. I am an avid reader & collector. My own personal favourite subject is weird decadent horror from the 1890s through to World War 1, whether it be prose or poetry.
1904 [The 8th Constable edition]. Original cloth, one of the two more expensive of three variants. A good copy. £975
Rare paperback version of the re-titled horror story, 'The Watcher'. SOLD
A rare novel with borderline weird content. SOLD
Grant Richards, London, 1901. 1st in original pictorial paperwraps. A decent copy, typically fragile binding but text block within solid and clean. Decadent 'fin de siecle' horror stories. £475
Rare pictorial paperback issue.
Vintage USA paperback circa 1920. Fragile, some wear, acid-toned pages. Bizarre mad horror. £50
1st US edn, with more attractive design than the UK first. An excellent collection of weird stories. Missing front endpaper else a very decent copy. £395
1st UK edition. A very decent copy in original cloth. An innovative and imaginative blend of low-tech science-fiction and dystopian fiction, featuring the coming of the Anti-Christ, with people living underground in colonies while airships patrol the skies above. A prophetic book which was widely praised by a former Pope. £695