Red cloth octavo with the well known cover design by Jessie M. King. Three different designs were used for this series of books, this one being the wisp of a child with the gilt halo. Gilt lettering on cover and spine. A very nice copy with just a hint of soil to the cover. Gilt bright, text clean. Gift incription dated 1903 on front endleaf. White B52. A near fine copy. (Inventory #: 2818)
Literature, Art & Philosophy of the Arts & Crafts Movement in America & Britain. Strong Emphasis on the Cotswold District & the Glasgow School: Ruskin, Morris, Mackintosh, Stickley, Hubbard, et al. Appraisals and Collection Services in all areas.
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