London: Bohn, 1854. Translated from the German by William Howitt, Selected by Mary Howitt. Two volumes. xvi, 471; viii, 518 pages. Thick 12mo, original blind-stamped red cloth (well-rubbed and edgeworn; chipped at ends, rather heavily on the second volume; contemporary ownership signatures on titles, light pencil notations on half titles). London: Henry G. Bohn, 1854. A good usable pair of this unusual book. Both volumes contain Bohn's ads (undated) on the pastedowns and several pages at front and rear...
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London: Julian Editions, 1926. Translated by Lady Wilde (mother of Oscar Wilde). Title within engraved border; numerous fine text engravings by Thomas Lowinsky. 482pp. 4to, limp vellum; warped, cloth slipcase; uncut. London: for Julian Editions by Ernest Benn, 1926. Fine. One of 225 copies superbly printed on hand-made paper.