William Heinemann, 1913. Arthur Rackham. Hard cover. Very early edition, likely within a year of first printing (circa 1913). Illustrated throughout by Rackham, both black and white and full color. Corners and spine worn, lightly fraying; spine discolored from handling but legible. A few broken signatures but no missing.....
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Robert Jennings, in the Poultry, 1819. Hardcover. Oversized. 3/4 leather with marbled boards. Bookplate inside front cover. Hinges cracked. Illustration of Pope pasted under Epistle One's title page with a notation that this is the best likeness of the poet ever made. Four plates, plus the frontispiece of Pope.
Henri Laurens, Editeur, 1912. J-G. Cornelius. Hardcover. In French. Illustrated by J-G. Cornelius. Shelfworn. bookplate inside front cover that reads, "offert par le gouvernement de la republique francaise." Another bookplate partially removed on the front endpaper. Small stamps on first blank page. Stamp on half-title page.
Harcourt, Brace & World, 1971. Hard cover. Jacket is tanned and stained, not affecting legibility. Large chipped sections near top and bottom edges of jacket spine. Bottom corner of front jacket flap is clipped, but original price is present. Spine is bumped, cocked, and slightly shaken, but binding is secure.....