RYLANDS, George. Russet and Taffeta. London: “Printed & published by Leonard & Virginia Woolf at The Hogarth Press,” 1925. 4°. Title with the publisher’s wolf’s head ornament (some very light mainly marginal soiling). Original marbled wrappers with printed label laid down on upper wrapper (lightly stained). [ONE OF ABOUT 300 COPIES.] Woolmer 75. The book bears a printed dedication to Virginia Woolf. With 7 other books by the same author: Words and Poetry (1928 SIGNED), Poems (London, Hogarth Press, 1931, ONE OF 350 COPIES SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR), Rylands. With an Introduction (and somewhat besides) by Lord Rothschild (Hackney, The Stourton Press, 1988, ONE OF 200 COPIES signed by George Rylands and Lord Rothschild, with a 2-page letter from James Stourton to Anthony Hobson loosely-inserted), ‘The Raven himself is hoarse’ (Cambridge, Rampant Lions Press, , ONE OF 150 COPIES, PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed to Anthony Hobson and signed on the title), Quoth the Raven (1984), Croaked the Raven (1984) and College Verse (1989 SIGNED WITH AUTOGRAPH LETTER TO JOHN SPARROW).
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