Tidcombe The Doves Bindery 288, facing illustration and color frontispiece for the identical binding in red morocco, based on an earlier design DB 223), quarter morocco folding box case. One of 300 copies of an edition of 308, printed in Golden type in black and red, woodcut title-page with full border, other three-quarter woodcut borders, 10-line and smaller woodcut initial capitals, printer's device at end. Peterson A38. Laid in is an autograph letter signed by Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson to Mr. [George] Millard, London 11 December 1907, 2 pages, 4to, about Doves Press books [unrelated to this book]. Provenance: Henry John and Minnie Caroline Bell, bookplate ("the greatest private collector of Doves bindings in Cobden-Sanderson's lifetime was Mr. Henry John Bell"--Tidcombe The Doves Bindery, p. 107); Carolyn Slocum, bookplate. " /> DOVES BINDERY. KELMSCOTT PRESS. COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR. Poems chosen out of the works (edited by F.S. Ellis). (Hammersmith 1896). <I>8vo, binding: 207 x 143 x 19mm. (8 1/8 x 5 5/8 x 3/4in.), blue morocco, covers with double gilt fillet and dot borders with solid corner tools (Tidcombe I2), and three concentric borders tooled with large solid dots in fours and fat leaves (Tidcombe 7a) in threes with a curved stem and apostrophe tool (Tidcombe L2); the center panel lettered with the title and a stylized gougework tree with fat leaves and dots; spine in six compartments with five raised bands, lettered in panel 2, dated at the tail, other compartments tooled with solid dots and same leaves as covers but of a smaller size; board edges and turn-ins gilt, vellum pastedowns and free endleaves, g.e., stamp-signed on lower turn-in.</I> "THE DOVES BINDERY 18 C-S 98" (see <I>Tidcombe</I> The Doves Bindery <I>288, facing illustration and color frontispiece for the identical binding in red morocco, based on an earlier design DB 223), quarter morocco folding box case</I>. One of 300 copies of an edition of 308, printed in Golden type in black and red, woodcut title-page with full border, other three-quarter woodcut borders, 10-line and smaller woodcut initial capitals, printer's device at end. Peterson A38. Laid in is an autograph letter signed by Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson to Mr. [George] Millard, London 11 December 1907, <I>2 pages, 4to</I>, about Doves Press books [unrelated to this book]. <I>Provenance</I>: Henry John and Minnie Caroline Bell, bookplate ("the greatest private collector of Doves bindings in Cobden-Sanderson's lifetime was Mr. Henry John Bell"--Tidcombe <I>The Doves Bindery</I>, p. 107); Carolyn Slocum, bookplate. | Christie's