London: The Nonesuch Press, 13 August, 1929. Thomas Poulton. Edited by Geoffrey Keynes, and illustrated with copperplate engravings and drawings by Thomas Poulton and Charles Sigrist, color-stencilled by the Curwen Press. Octavo, x., 631pp., number 672 of a total of 1600 copies for sale in England and the United States; (number 61 in Symons et al: The Nonesuch Century). Internally fine, with marbled endpapers, bound in full chestnut niger morocco, with Walton's initials in an oval frame in gilt on the front panel, compartmented spine mildly darkened. The book is housed in a somewhat rubbed but solid slipcase covered in the same marbled paper used for the endpapers. Top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed.
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