Chelsea: Ashendene Press, 1925. Hardcover. 1 of 200 copies printed on paper. There were also fifteen copies printed on vellum. Printed by C. H. St. J. Hornby on the banks of “sweet Thames” with the help of I. Jenkins, Compositor, and G. Faulkner, Pressman. Printing began in May 1924 and was finished in July 1925. This superb book is a large folio bound in the original full vellum boards with brown leather spine titled in gilt. Raised bands and six compartments to the spine. Minor bumping to the corners of front board and minor rubbing to boards and hinges. The hinges near the foot of the spine were starting and have been professionally restored. The interior is beautifully and elaborately printed in black, red, and blue in the Subiaco type created by the press. Creasing to front endpaper and occasional light smudge marks to the interior, else very clean and bright. A fine production from this monumental private press. 216 pages. PRI/011513. Very Good.