MORRIS, William (1834-1896). The Life and Death of Jason, A Poem. London: Kelmscott Press, 1895. Large 4° (290 x 214mm). Printed in Troy type in black and red, two large woodcut illustrations after designs by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, each with full woodcut page-borders, numerous partial woodcut borders and initial. Original limp vellum, spine gilt, silk ties, uncut (lightly bowed and soiled).
MORRIS, William (1834-1896). The Life and Death of Jason, A Poem. London: Kelmscott Press, 1895. Large 4° (290 x 214mm). Printed in Troy type in black and red, two large woodcut illustrations after designs by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, each with full woodcut page-borders, numerous partial woodcut borders and initial. Original limp vellum, spine gilt, silk ties, uncut (lightly bowed and soiled).

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MORRIS, William (1834-1896). The Life and Death of Jason, A Poem. London: Kelmscott Press, 1895. Large 4° (290 x 214mm). Printed in Troy type in black and red, two large woodcut illustrations after designs by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, each with full woodcut page-borders, numerous partial woodcut borders and initial. Original limp vellum, spine gilt, silk ties, uncut (lightly bowed and soiled).

LIMITED EDITION, AND WITH A SIGNED LETTER BY THE AUTHOR. One of 200 copies on paper, from an edition of 206. Sold together with a letter by William Morris addressed to a Mr. Clarke on Kelmscott House letterheaded. [With:] Morris and Company (London: Curwein Press, 1961), and A Brief sketch of the Morris Movement (London: Privately Printed for Morris & Company, 1911) in its original wrappers. Cockerell 34; Peterson A34; Tomkinson, p. 117. (4)

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