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London: Ballantyne, 1903. liv pages with some rubricated text. Tall slim 8vo, original decorative boards with peacock motif; drab board spine with paper label (spine just a bit splotchy with minor wear at head; bookplate). Beautiful woodcut illustration by Charles Ricketts, under whose supervision the book has been printed at the Ballantyne Press. (London: Ballantyne, 1903). Limited edition - one of 240 copies. Internally a near fine fresh copy with mostly un-opened pages, overall a very good(+) copy.
London: Ballantyne, 1898. cxvii pages. Tall slim 8vo, original decorative boards with peacock motif; drab board spine with paper label (spine sunned and bit splotchy with light wear at ends; bookplate). Beautiful red & black woodcut illustration by Charles Ricketts, under whose supervision the book has been printed at the Ballantyne Press. (London: Ballantyne, 1898). Limited edition - one of 210 copies. A very good copy with very fresh clean interior.
Dallas: Ondine Press, 1977. Tall slim 8vo, 19 pages. Original cream cloth (lightly dust-soiled), printed paper label on spine. ( Dallas: printed by Bob and Bonnie Baris at the Ondine Press. Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1977). First Edition. Limited. Number 69 of 145 hand numbered copies.
New York: George Sas at The Marble Hill Press, 1968. 2 reproductions of 15th century woodcuts. 2 pages of text followed by 5 pages of charts, thin 4to, printed wrappers, string tied. New York: George Sas at The Marble Hill Press, (1968). A fine copy. One of 100 copies privately printed from hand-set Jessen types on Strathmore papers.
New York: Red Angel, 2000. Colored woodcuts by Ronald Keller. 11pp. of text. Oblong 4to, bound in brick (sienna) colored cloth, with a three dimensional paper-mache device on the front cover; marbled end-paper; board slipcase.. Number 7 of 100 copies, signed by Keller. This work was first published iin the Atlantic Monthly, 1874, and later collected in Italian Hours, 1909. The book is unique in that the four woodcuts are bound so that when unfolded they stand upright to form.....
Northampton: Double Elephant, 2000. 13 color copper-plates + full page title page and frontispiece in black & white. Folio, wood-grained boards, with square passe-partout opening which reveals part of the frontispiece; cloth clam-shell case. Northhampton: Double Elephant press, (2000). Limited Edition. Fine. Kuch drew, bit & printed the copperplates and composed the poetry. Number 30 of only 60. copies. Dedicated to Leonard (Baskin).