Edinburgh: James Ballantyne and Co., 1812. With an introduction and explanatory notes by Henry Weber. Frontispiece portraits, 14 volumes, 8vo, 3/4 green morocco, gilt-stamped spines with raised bands (previous owner's bookplate inside front cover; slight foxing; spines evenly browned). Edinburgh: James Ballantyne and Co., 1812. Very good.
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Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1978. Illustrated frontispiece. 182pp. 8vo, gilt-stamped green cloth. Boston: Twayne Publishers, (1978). First edition. Cover slightly rubbed, otherwise a near fine copy. Twayne's World Authors Series: A Survey of the World's Literature, No. 477. The Netherlands. General editor: Egbert Krispyn.
London: Fanfrolico, 1928. Two volumes. Edited, with a memoir by Sir Edmund Gosse. Decorated by The Dance of Death of Hans Holbein. xxxv + 590 pages, continuous pagination, tall 8vos, 1/2 black cloth over patterned boards, paper spine labels, deckled edges; bookplate inside front cover of volume I, end papers toned, corners bumped, worn. London: Fanfrolico Press, (1928). A very good pair. Number 207 of 750 copies.
Weston: Countryman Press, 1938. Illustrated by Charles Child. Thin 8vo, blue cloth. Weston, Vt.: The Countryman Press, 1938. Limited First Edition. One of 750 copies, signed by the author & illustrator. A mint copy, in publisher's wrap-around band, and stiff acetate slipcase. Prospectus included.In cardboard box. Additional presentation from the author.
London: Medici Society, 1927. With a Prefatory Letter by W. B. Yeats. 12 color plates plus black & white text illustrations. 42pp., 8vo, blue cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper worn and torn, inscription on front free endpaper. London and Boston: The Medici Society, (1927). A very good copy in a poor dust wrapper.
New York: Appleton. Thirty engravings from drawings by Birket Foster, Harrison Weir, and G. E. Hicks. 4 + 68pp., small 8vo, gilt-lettered embossed leather with decorative spine and beveled edges, a.e.g. New York: D. Appleton & Co., n.d. "The success of the `Farmer's Boy' was remarkable... Byron referred to Bloomfield (and this work) in complimentary terms..." DNB II, pp. 698-9.
Manchester: 1775. Frontis portrait plus 10 engraved plates and many ornamental head and tail pieces. 201pp. + 33pp. 12mo, leather spine over marbled boards; text browned, some of the plates out margin trimmed, bookplate inside front cover, covers worn. Manchester: The Author, 1775. A very good copy.
London: J. Wright, 1804. Translated from the Italian. Illustrated with black and white frontispiece and title vignettes. 2 volumes. 8vos, full tan calf, ornately gilt stamped spines with red and green leather labels, gilt stamped dentelles, marbled endpapers (Head of spine of vol 2 rubbed, crazing to front cover of vol 2 and slightly affecting back cover of volume 1. Two red pen lines on verso of the half title page. Some very light foxing confined to a handful of.....
Westminster: Folio Society, 2007. Translated by Richard Aldington and illustrated with aquatints by Buckland-Wright. 710 pages. Thick tall 8vo, handsomely bound in publisher's full red leather with gilt and black-stamped pictorial designs, t.e.g. Westminster: Folio Society, (2007). Limited edition -- one of 1750 numbered copies. A fine copy, preserved in a green cloth clamshell case along with a slim pamphlet "The Happy Art of Narration: Readings of Boccaccio and the Decameron"