(London, England): The Folio Society, 2003. small 4to. illustrated cloth, decorated endpapers, paper-covered slipcase. xx, 371+(1) pages. Table of contents, list of illustrations, introduction by Joan Aiken, editor's preface. Color frontispiece and illustrations in text, and decorations, by Charles van Sandwyk. READ MORE
Paris, France: R. Coulouma for the Limited Editions Club, 1930. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. xxx, 308, (2); 376, (2) pages. 2 volumes. Limited to 1500 numbered copies, signed by illustrator Frans Masereel on colophon. Translated from the French by Jessie Haynes. Table of contents, introduction by Andrew Lang, author's preface. Woodcut illustrations by Masreel. Appendix and endnotes follow text. A.L.s. from George Macy to R.L. Agassiz, dated November 4, 1930, laid in. Spine of Volume II cracked. Foxing throughout. READ MORE
(New York, NY): The Limited Editions Club, 1961. small 4to. leather, covers and spine gilt-stamped, slipcase with paper spine label. xxviii, 446, (4) pages. Limited to 1500 numbered copies, signed by illustrator Robert Ball on colophon. Introduction by Andrew Lang, author's preface. Endnotes and glossary follow text. Frontispiece and illustrations in text by Ball. Printed by the Stinehour Press, Lunenburg, Vermont. READ MORE
Cambridge, MA: Ephemera Designs, 1978. miniature book (7.5 x 5.12 cm.). cloth, paper cover label. 77, (11) pages. Limited to 500 numbered copies (Bradbury, Ephemera Designs 1). The only miniature book published under this imprint of Patricia Joffee. Two of the illustrations are hand-colored. READ MORE
Translated from the Greek by Andrew Lang.
New York: Museum Books, 1928. small 4to. paper wrappers, paper cover label. (9) pages. Translated from the Greek by Andrew Lang. Limited to 375 copies. (Haas no.144). With a water-color illustration by Bryson Burroughs. A scarce Rogers item, very attractice and uncommon for Rogers in format and design. Produced at the Museum Press by Watson Kent, Bryson Burroughs and Rogers. Minor chipping around edges. READ MORE
East Aurora, NY: Roycroft Shop, 1899. small 8vo. full suede lwith embossed illustration on front, deckled eges. 91, (3) pages. (McKenna no.35). Written by an anoymous troubador of the thirteenth century, this love story, best-known among the French fabliau or fables, tells in alternating prose and lyrics, a story of True Love thwarted by a proud and cruel father. The originality of the nameless author lies in his charming medley of sentiment and humour, of... READ MORE
New York: Holiday House, 1936. 12mo. quarter cloth with paper boards, slipcase with paper cover label. 106+(1) pages. Lang translation of medieval French ballads 'Aucassin and Nicolete.' Black and white and color illustrations by Maxwell Simpson. Slip case scuffed at edges. Boards tanned. READ MORE