East Aurora (1912): The Roycroft Shop. First Edition. Quarto, 328 pages. Magnificent full brown leather binding by Frederick Kranz. Double-page title page,printed in orange and black; orange initials throughout, by Dard Hunter. Top edges gilt, others uncut; A fine, unread copy, internally clean and bright, with no markings of any kind.
London (1888-1891): George Bell & Sons. Law, Ernest. Second Edition. Three volumes, octavo, beautifully bound by Bumpus of Oxford in contemporary 3/4 terra-cotta leather; marbled end papers, top edges gilt. Volume I, Tudor Times (1890); volume II, Stuart Times (1888); volume III, Orange and Guelph (1891). Internally clean and bright...
London: G. Bell and Sons, 1927. Ernest H. Shepard. Magnificently bound in full tan leather by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, with custom felt-lined slipcase, for Marshall Fields. Octavo, 570 pages, all edges gilt. Marbled end papers, maps at rear. Fourth printing of this edition; a near fine copy, spine slightly age-toned.
London (1930): John Hamilton Ltd. First Edition. Beautifully bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (for Marshall Fields) in full terra-cotta leather, with custom felt-lined slipcase. Octavo, 217 pages, all edges gilt, marbled end papers matching the paper on slipcase; with dozens of portraits. A lovely copy in a stunning binding. Spine lightly age-toned.