by Baudelaire, Charles, and Aleister Crowley [trans]
Paris: Edward W. Titus, 1928. Small octavo. Half felt boards and decorated boards, t.e.g., others rough trimmed. Plates. Trace of rubbing at crown of spine, trace of usual foxing to edges, otherwise very good or better, unopened. First edition. This is bibliographically perhaps the most interesting of Titus imprints, comprised of sheets printed at the Chiswick Press in 1913 for an issue that was for some reason derailed, conjoined with Paris prelims and terminal leaves, an errata, and twelve plates by Jean de Bosschere. One of a total edition of 800 copies (this copy not numbered, as usual). Alternate translations by Ralph Cheever Dunning, Pierre Loving, and Edward Titus appear after the Epilogue. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76760)
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