London, South Kensington
28 February 2008
Dame Elisabeth Frink RA (1930-1993)
Etchings illustrating Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Leslie Waddington Prints Ltd, London, 1972 (W. 56-76)
the set of nineteen etching and aquatints, 1972, on Barcham Green, with title, introduction by Nevill Coghill, text and justification, signed in black ink on the last page, numbered A. 15, from the edition of 275 (there were also 25 hors commerce copies), the full sheets, in very good condition, bound in green leather covers, the upper cover with a black embossed design of an eagle on a white ground, with a cream solander box, with surface dirt and minor wear(portfolio)670 x 470mm.
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