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London: Heinemann, 1929. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 24 color plates, 12 tinted plates, and 66 black & white drawings in the text. 549pp. Thick tall 8vo, brownish pictorial cloth with gilt lettering (spine repaired). William Heinemann, 1929. Later printing. A good(+) copy. Humorous parodies of medieval folklore and poetry.
London: Dent, 1898. 12 color plates with tissue guards, 90 in-text figures, and pictorial end papers, all by Arthur Rackham. xxiv, 638 pages. Thick 8vo, original green gilt pictorial cloth (light wear at spine ends; front end paper detached and with bookplate), t.e.g., uncut edges. London: J.M. Dent, 1898. First edition with these illustrations. A very good copy. Latimore & Haskell 11. Humorous parodies of medieval folklore and poetry.
London: Bentley, 1855. Series I, II & III. Illustrations by George Cruikshank, John Leech, and Dalton. 3 volume, 8vo, full polished calf, gilt backs with green leather labels, gilt tops; original covers bound in. London: Bentley, 1855. Near fine. Eleventh Edition. Humorous parodies of medieval folklore and poetry.
Boston: American Folk-Lore Society, 1896. With notes and an introduction by William Wells Newell. x + 161 pages, tall 8vo, purple cloth; ex-lib., with library markings on title page and small stamp on first page, spine ends mended. Boston: American Folk-Lore Society, 1896. A very good copy. Number 137 of 450 copies printed. Memoirs of The American Folk-Lore Society, Vol. IV.
Paris: Librairie de France, 1925. Profusely illustrated in black & white with 20 charming full page color plates. 4to, 447 pages, pictorial boards (dust soiled spine). Paris: Librairie de France, (1925). Very good. Images of all the French provinces of the fifteenth century. the Second Empire, laments, stories, songs, legends that inspired the image makers.