London: Ellis & Elvey, 1904. Hardcover. 7 of 30 numbered copies with the plates on Japanese vellum. 25 copies were for subscribers and 5 for presentation. A lovely set bound in full vellum. teg. Slight soiling to gilt on fore-edge of Volume II.Beautifully printed, with 18 full page illustrations and frontispieces from Rossetti's paintings and drawings. Each is protected by a tissue guard giving the name of the work. It was noted by bibliographer Colbeck that the poem "After the French Liberation of Italy" was being published for the first time. Vellum binding is in very good condition with just the lightest signs of handling. Gilt title and author to spine, and Rossetti's own design of his initials on front cover. Interior is pristine. Bookplate of Frederick William Brown affixed to each front pastedown. Original blue ribbon placemarks present. Housed in modern green cloth slipcase. Volume I: 227 pages; Volume II: 245 pages. PRERAPH/070910 This set may require an extra shipping fee. Fine.
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London: Richard Clay & Sons, 1886. Hardcover. Second Edition. The Shelley Society's Publications. Fourth Series. No. 2. Very good in turquoise paper covered boards with turquoise cloth spine. Chipping to spine ends and corners of boards. Dampstaining to bottom edges of boards and spine. Chip to paper on front cover effecting the title. The frontispiece also is dampstained along the bottom edge; however, the other pages remain clean. The edge of the front endpage is torn. 162 pages. PRERAPH/112912. Very Good.