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Flyda of the Seas - Marie Bonaparte
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This is an 88 pp. first edition of the book "Flyda of the Seas", written by Marie Bonaparte and published by Imago Publishing Co., Ltd., London,1950. The book is one of 36 first edition copies, marked 'Not For Sale', and it is signed,inscribed and dated (1951) by the author. This book also has 12 full page lithographs by John Buckland-Wright. The book is in good+ condition, pages clean and tight, but top corners are bumped, there is a slight cock to the spine, some toning of the page edges and general light shelfwear and light handling soil. The dust wrap is original, intact, and in good condition - protected by mylar. The dust wrap has some light water-spot marks, chips and tears (particularly at the top spine end, corners and back flap edge). Dust wrap is not price clipped and the original price was 10/6. The book is not ex-library or remaindered.

**From 'Wikipedia': "Princess Marie Bonaparte (2 July 1882 - 21 September 1962) was a French psychoanalyst, closely linked with Sigmund Freud. Her wealth contributed to the popularity of psychoanalysis, and enabled Freud's escape from Nazi Germany." "Marie Bonaparte was a great-grand-niece of Napoleon I of France." "On 21 November 1907 in Paris, she married Prince George of Greece in a civil ceremony, with a subsequent religious ceremony on 12 December 1907, at Athens. She was thereafter officially also known as Princess Marie of Greece and Denmark." ...... $650.00