10 volumes. First volume has an extra illustrated title page. All volumes begin with a sepia photograph, protected by lettered tissue, followed by two frontispieces, one colored. Copious illustrations throughout, many in two states. Large 8vo, superbly bound at Riverside Press in full crimson morocco with ornately gilt covers and spines; matching green leather doublures with owner's name and coat-of-arms in gilt, black silk moire endpapers; uncut edges, t.e.g. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin at The Riverside Press, 1901. Large-Paper edition.
A fine set in a lovely binding. Limited edition with one of Lockhart's handwritten letters mounted in the first volume. Number 197 of 600 copies printed.