Very Good. xii, 113 p. 29 cm. Sunned cloth spine. Paper-covered boards. Rear board is discoloured and has chip in paper near cloth. Front free endpaper discoloured. Most pages uncut. The decline of the Volsung clan with the occasional appearance of Odin and Sigurd the Dragon Slayer. First printed in 1875 and reprinted at the Chiswick Press with the Golden Type designed by William Morris for the Kelmscott Press. Kelmscott was founded in 1891 by William Morris in close association with Emery Walker.
Very Good. Hardcover. 4to-over 9ž"-12" tall. Three Northern Love stories and other tales, translated from the Icelandic. First printed in 1875, and now reprinted at the Chiswick Press with the Golden type design by William Morris for the Kelmscott Press, and finished on the ninth day of November, 1901. Additional paper spine label tipped in at ffep. Blue leather and gilt bookplate of Henry W. Poor pasted to fep. Textblock very clean and tight. Shelf wear to binding, bumped corners, moderate corner wear, fraying at head and foot of spine, moderate character soiling. 113pp., including index.
Völsunga saga = The story of the Volsungs & Niblungs : with certain songs from the Elder Edda
by Eiríkr Magnússon, William Morris, John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)
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