Good. First edition thus. Octavo; 81 pp. Bound in limp suede with yapp edge. G+ to VG-. Suede toned and worn on the yapp edge, internally tight. Ex library Philadelphia Library Company research Library duplicate. plc bookplate and card pocket removed, small blindstamp to front endpapers.
V Ery Good in No Cover jacket. A very nicecopyin original olive green suede, margins slightly faded, but may have been done that way? ? ? ? , very sound and well bound, gilt title and autor very bright, green ribbon, a really beautiful coby. great gift! ! !
Good. No dust jacket. Foxing; some wear to binding; 81 p. Green limp leather, partially uncut, hand colored title page and initials; 14.5 cm x 21 cm; gilt title; detatched silk ribbon "Made into a book by the Roycrofters." Hubbard founded Roycroft, a community of the Arts and Crafts movement in East Aurora, New York in 1895
Good+, limp leather (hardcover) leather faded/worn as usual. 82pp. Internally very good, clean and tight copy, but with the usual fading and wear to the limp leather covers. Inital letters are hand colored, and gilded. An uncommon Roycrofter item for your Arts and Crafts or Mission collection.
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