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Cleveland: Burows Brotheres, 1895. Text throughout printed in black & red, some pages within highly decorative borders. , 131 pages, 8vo, linen- backed blue holland boards, pictorially stamped in black & red. Cleveland: Burrows Brothers, 1895. First edition. Bradley's masterpiece of American Art Nouveau book design. Number 8 of 40 copies on Japan Paper. Enclosed are 3 portraits of Blackmore & Bradley, on Japan Paper and each numbered 8. Bookplate.
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.
London: Trianon, 1968. The introductory volume with text by Geoffrey Keynes, is illustrated with Blake's Preliminary sketches, and bound in red cloth in 8vo format. Volumes II & III contain excellent facsimile reproductions of Blake's etchings and engravings, bound in matching cloth but 16mo format. All 3 volumes housed in red cloth slipcase, slightly faded along back edge. London: For the William Blake Trust by The Trianon Press, 1968. Limited edition -- number 61 of 700 copies printed on Arches.....
Oxford: Clarendon, 1926. 2 Volumes. Edited with General Introduction & Glossarial Index of Symbols by D. J. Sloss and J.P.R. Wallis. 10 facsimile illustrations, including folding frontispiece. Thick 8vo, blue cloth. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1926. First edition. A near fine set with mostly un-opened pages.
London: Sampson Low, 1858. 30 engravings by Birket Foster and others. 68pp., small 8vo, original decoratively gilt cloth; (spine ends slightly worn). London: Sampson, Low, 1858. "The success of the `Farmer's Boy' was remarkable... Byron referred to Bloomfield (and this work) in complimentary terms..." DNB II, pp. 698-9.
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.
1970. Offset-lithograph printed in color, 17.5 x 23 inches. On wove paper, from an edition of unknown size, 1970. Near fine. Shrink wrapped on foam core board. Christopher Logue (1926-2011) the English poet, screenwriter, and actor, was awarded the 2005 Whitbread Poetry Award, the Paris Review/Bernard F. O'Connor Award, and was honored by the Queen of England as a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for his contributions to literature. His poetry is marked by his.....