cream boards, pictorial front cover stamped in gilt, gilt-lettered, t.e.g., others uncut, wear at head of spine and fore-corners, spine a bit darkened, First Published Edition (preceded by an 1875 privately printed edition), illustrated title-page and frontispiece after Burne-Jones (the title-page illustration repeated on front cover), printed in red and black, PRESENTATION COPY TO BURNE-JONES from the author's widow (Lord Lytton had died the previous year), inscribed by her on verso of front free endpaper: "Edward Burne-Jones with the greatest gratitude and admiration from Edith Lytton. Nov. 1892." The final paragraph to the Introduction reads: "The frontispiece and and the design of the title-page are contributions to the work by Mr. Edward Burne-Jones, to whom the Author's family desire to take this opportunity of expressing their most grateful thanks." Colbeck Collection, p. 501. With the Burne-Jones bookplate; both London, together 2 vols., 8vo, original bindings, cloth slipcases. (2) " /> [BURNE-JONES, <I>Sir</I> EDWARD], <I>illustrator</I>. [MACLAREN, ARCHIBALD]. The Fairy Family: a Series of Ballads & Metrical Tales Illustrating the Fairy Mythology of Europe, London, 1857, <I>plum cloth, extremities a bit rubbed, Edmonds & Remnants binder's ticket at inside rear cover</I>, FIRST EDITION, illustrated with steel-engraved frontispiece and title-page and woodcut tailpiece after Burne-Jones. Fredeman 92.1--LYTTON, EDWARD ROBERT BULWER-LYTTON, First Earl ("Owen Meredith"). King Poppy, 1892, <I>cream boards, pictorial front cover stamped in gilt, gilt-lettered, t.e.g., others uncut, wear at head of spine and fore-corners, spine a bit darkened</I>, First Published Edition (preceded by an 1875 privately printed edition), illustrated title-page and frontispiece after Burne-Jones (the title-page illustration repeated on front cover), printed in red and black, PRESENTATION COPY TO BURNE-JONES from the author's widow (Lord Lytton had died the previous year), inscribed by her on verso of front free endpaper: "Edward Burne-Jones with the greatest gratitude and admiration from Edith Lytton. Nov. 1892." The final paragraph to the Introduction reads: "The frontispiece and and the design of the title-page are contributions to the work by Mr. Edward Burne-Jones, to whom the Author's family desire to take this opportunity of expressing their most grateful thanks." Colbeck Collection, p. 501. With the Burne-Jones bookplate; <I>both</I> London, <I>together 2 vols., 8vo, original bindings, cloth slipcases.</I> (2) | Christie's