4vo. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1909. 4vo, viii, (1), 237pp, with frontispiece and 52 plates plus black and white text decorations and illustrations. Ex- library copy in original green cloth : one or two marks and small bubbling on front cover. A good copy internally with clean pages and plates throughout. Binding slightly shaken due to weight of book, but holding: wear to head and tail of spine and edges. Library number on spine, and bookplate on inside front cover, also library card pocket tipped on to inside rear cover. Large paper copy with top edge gilt and other page edges uncut. Edited after the author’s death by A.F. Wallis. (Inventory #: 109114)
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