- London ; New York: Edward Arnold : Samuel Buckley & Co, 1904.
- quarter cloth over holland-backed boards, paper cover label and paper spine label
- 94 pages
Price: $175.00 other currencies
Order Nr. 137958
First edition limited to 200 numbered copies. Essex House Press Bibliography p. 74. Ransom 41. With two loose tissue guards. Boards and spine showing only the slightest hint of soiling, else a fine copy. Printed with three drawings by Reginald Savage under the care of C. R. Ashbee at the Essex House Press. A fine press edition of Victorian poet Thomas Hood's timeless satire about the corrupting influence of money. Miss Kilmansegg is the foolish, spoilt daughter of a banker, who insists on having an artificial limb made out of gold after she loses one of her legs in a riding accident.a truly cautionary tale.