2 vols. brown cloth, privately printed for Wise (limitation probably similar to that in the preceding two items) and inscribed by him on half-title to William Ward, "21/viii/95." Todd 215d; all London, together 5 vols., 8vo, original bindings, FIRST EDITIONS. (5)" /> RUSKIN, JOHN. Pre-Raphaelitism, 1851, <I>light blueish-green printed wrappers, most of spine worn away, cloth slipcase</I>. Fredeman 66.1; Gold. A Dialogue...Edited by H. Buxton Forman, 1891, <I>white boards</I>, one of 33 copies on Whatman paper of an edition of 40, privately printed for and distributed by Thomas J. Wise, inscribed by George Allen to Alexander Mackay, February 8, 1892. Todd 208e; Letters on Art and Literature. Edited by Thomas J. Wise, 1894, <I>maroon cloth</I>, one of 33 copies on Whatman paper of an edition of 41, privately printed for Wise and inscribed by him on half-title to J. Dykes Campbell, "7/2/95." Todd 212d; Letters from John Ruskin to Rev. J.P. Faunthorpe, M.A. Edited by Thomas J. Wise, 1895-96, <I>2 vols. brown cloth</I>, privately printed for Wise (limitation probably similar to that in the preceding two items) and inscribed by him on half-title to William Ward, "21/viii/95." Todd 215d; <I>all</I> London, <I>together 5 vols., 8vo, original bindings</I>, FIRST EDITIONS. (5) | Christie's