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B08


B09

The Methuen Noel Coward Plays
These editions, published between 1979 and 1983, consist of the five volumes known collectively as “The Black Series”

Complete hardback set of five volumes all with
dustwrappers in fine or near-fine condition.

Complete soft back set of five volumes all in fine
or near-fine condition.

The following individual copies from “The Black Series” are shown by volume number with details of hardback and soft-cover copies for sale listed under the same heading. All copies and dust wrappers (hardback copies only) are in fine or near fine condition.

 






1979 to 1983 £60


1979 to 1983 £42

 

B10

Coward Plays One
Contents: Hay Fever, The Vortex, Fallen Angels & Easy Virtue

 

1979
Hardback £12
Paperback £6

 

B11

Coward Plays One
Contents: Hay Fever, The Vortex, Fallen Angels & Easy Virtue

 

1979
Hardback £12
Paperback £6

 

B12

Coward Plays Three
Contents: Design for Living, Cavalcade, Conversation Piece & Tonight at 8:30 (1)

 

1979
Hardback £12
Paperback £6

 

B13

Coward Plays Four
Contents: Blithe Spirit, Present Laughter, This Happy Breed & Tonight at 8:30 (2)

 

1979
Hardback £12

 

B14

Coward Plays Five
Relative Values, Look After Lulu, Waiting in the Wings & Suite in Three Keys

 

1979
Hardback £12
Paperback £6

 

P01

Gold programme - A Talent To Amuse
Held at the Phoenix Theatre on Tuesday 16th December 1969 to honour Noel Coward on the occasion of his 70th birthday and raise funds for
The Combined Theatrical Charities. This celebration of the life and work of Noel Coward started at 12.00 midnight and featured over a 100 stars including John Mills, John Gielgud, Richard Attenborough, Robert Morley, Joyce Grenfell, Richard Briers, Celia Johnson, Stanley Holloway, Tessie O’Shea, June Whitfield and many more.

 

1969 £24

 

 

Noel Coward & His Friends
by Cole Lesley, Graham Payn & Sheridan Morley. A 1979 book of Noel Coward archive material published by Weidenfield and Nicolson, London with dustwrapper in fine or near fine condition

 

1979 Hardback £40

 

 

Coward The Playwright
by John Lahr with dustwrapper in near fine condition.

 

1982 1st ed Softback £12

 

 

The Wit Of Noel Coward
compiled by Dick Richards hard cover and dust wrapper both in near-fine condition

 

1968 1st ed £24

 

PO2

Poems by Hernia Whittlebot with an appreciation
by Noël Coward.
No imprint. 4to. Original grey printed wrappers (the upper wrapper serving as title-page) with the satirical errata slip. Privately printed for Noel Coward by John Waddington and Co. Exceptional copies. Very scarce. Coward’s first name with dieresis on wrong letter on wrapper and within. Only 24 were printed. The whereabouts of all copies are known. The Society has 16 of them for sale. Currently being sold at prices up to £1,500 on the Internet

 

1923 1st Ed. £475

 

 

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