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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

London, Secker & Warburg, (1993). The uncorrected proof copy of his first novel, acclaimed upon publication and later the basis for the phenomenally successful movie that became a cultural milestone of the 1990s. The first edition of this book is scarce -- preceding the movie and its associated cultural uproar by a couple of years, it was issued in a hardcover edition reported at only 600 copies; the proof is many times scarcer; we have seen it only a handful of times. This copy is signed by Welsh. Shallow corner creases; very near fine in wrappers. [#911191] $3,500
London, Cape, (1996). The lettered limited edition. Three novellas -- "tales of chemical romance." One of 15 lettered copies signed by the author and produced for private distribution. Consists of the first wrappered edition and colophon quarterbound in leather and pink boards, with marbled endpages. Although the colophon states there were 15 lettered copies, this is letter "T." Fine. [#912162] $400
(London), Minerva, (1996). Two playscripts by Welsh, one based on his novel Trainspotting. Signed by the author. One corner crease; else fine in wrappers. [#912167] $300
London, Cape, (1996). The numbered limited edition. Three novellas -- "tales of chemical romance." Number 33 of 50 numbered copies signed by the author. Consists of the first wrappered edition and colophon quarterbound in leather and green boards, with marbled endpages. Fine. [#912163] $250
London, Jonathan Cape, (1994). His second book, a collection of stories, published as a paperback original, both in England and the U.S. Signed by the author. Fine in self-wrappers. [#912157] $175
(London), Methuen, (1998). A play by the author of Trainspotting, among others, only issued in wrappers. Signed by the author. Fine. [#915682] $125
(Edinburgh), Rebel, Inc, (1996). A collection of novellas by six Scottish writers, including "The Rosewell Incident" by Welsh. This copy is signed by Welsh. Fine in wrappers. [#912161] $100
(London), Vintage, (2003). Fourth printing of the paperback edition. Inscribed by Welsh to another writer: "Some writing returned with thanks, borrowed from yourself many moons ago. May all good things come your way" and signed "Irvine." Food stains to the first few pages; light cover creasing; very good in wrappers. [#027778] $100
(Orkney), Clocktower Press, (1993). The eighth issue put out by the Clocktower Press. This one includes four very short prose pieces by Welsh. 300 copies printed. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#912156] $80
(n.p.), (Russell Corp.), [ca. 1998]. Promotional T-shirt for the 1998 novel by the author of Trainspotting. States title and author and is illustrated with the pig face in police hat that adorned the dust jacket. White cotton T-shirt, size large. Folded; else fine. [#026657] $70
(Edinburgh), Rebel, Inc., (1996). A collection of novellas by six Scottish writers, including Welsh, Alan Warner, and four others. Fine in wrappers. [#004911] $45
NY, Norton, (1996). The first American edition. Three novellas -- "tales of chemical romance." Only published in wrappers. Fine. [#912165] $20
London, Jonathan Cape, (1998). The wrappered issue of the trade edition. Fine. [#912171] $20
NY, Norton, (1998). The first American edition. Only issued in wrappers. Tiny spots on the spine; else fine. [#912172] $20
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