London, South Kensington
19 March 2008
BURNE-JONES, Edward (1833-98, illustrator) -- William MORRIS (1834-96). Love is enough. London: KELMSCOTT PRESS, 1897. Large 4° (291 x 212mm). Frontispiece and one plate by W. H. Hooper after Edward Burne-Jones, text printed in black, red and blue, ornamental woodcut borders and initials (frontispiece and title lightly spotted). Original limp vellum, silk ties, uncut (a little bowed, silk tie repaired). ONE OF 300 COPIES. Needham 65F; Peterson A52; Tomkinson 52.
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