(Hammersmith): Doves Press, 1914. Large octavo. 181pp. One of 200 copies. Printed in red and black. This collection was first mentioned as a tentative future project along with the collection by Keats in March, 1913, with a publication date eventually set for June, 1914. After T. J. Cobden-Sanderon's long illness, he became very senstive to any imperfections in his printing, blaming his age for his "growing inability to energize the Press to its finger-tips." Despite his fears, this work lives up to the high standards and fine quality one expects from the Press. Enclosed in chemise and matching half leather slipcase. With the morocco bookl abel of renowned bibliophile Charles C. Kalbfleisch to inside front cover, which has offset to the front flyleaf. Very fine in the original full vellum. (Tidcombe DP35).
(Inventory #: 27221)
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