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Henry Maximilian was born 24 August 1872 and has become synonymous with the period known as the 'naught nineties', this despite the fact that the majority of his work that created this impression was published in the next century. He had such a large influence and and enjoyed the company of all the greatest literary and artistic names of the time. Biographical details go way beyond the scope of this page for such an important figure. Containing ourselves to his 1st edition books then, they are, unsurprisingly, very collectable. All of the books listed here are of interest to collectors, the earlier titles are regarded as rare books and fetch prices accordingly. Signatures, association copies and original sketches can fetch a considerable premium.
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Title   Date Notes
The Works of Max Beerbohm John Lane 1896  
The Happy Hypocrite Lane 1897  
More As Above 1899  
Yet Again Chapman Hall 1909  
Zuleika Dobson Heinemann 1911  
A Christmas Garland Heinemann 1912  
Seven Men Ditto 1919  
And Even Now Ditto 1920  
Herbert Beerbohm Tree Hutchinson 1920  
Around Theatres Heinemann 1928 Two volumes
A Variety of Things Ditto 1928  
The Dreadful Dragon of Hay Hill Ditto 1928  
Lytton Strachey CUP 1943  
Mainly on the Air Heinemann 1946  
Seven Men and Two Others Ditto 1950  

Caricatures

Title   Date Notes
Caricatures of Twenty Five Gentlemen Smithers 1896  
Poets Corner Heinemann 1904  
A Book of Car.... Methuen 1907  
The Second Childhood of John Bull Swift 1911  
Fifty Caricat**** Heinemann 1913  
A Survey Ditto 1921  
Rossetti and his Circle Ditto 1922  
Things New and Old Ditto 1923  
Observations As Above 1925  
The Heroes and Heroines of Bitter Sweet Leadley 1931 900 copies

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