English 233. Bound in forward is a pen-and-gouache drawing of a banner with a presentation inscription to Elizabeth Fanny Perry from her sister, dated Nov. 1850." /> HUMPHREYS, HENRY NOEL. A Record of the Black Prince. London: Longman, et al. 1849. <I>8vo, binding: 195 x 141mm. (7 5/8 x 5 1/2in.), original publisher's papier mâché binding, each cover a pierced and moulded black relief plaque of the English royal arms on a shield with the title on a banner against a gothic window design, set over dark pink boards, black morocco spine lettered in blind, g.e., one corner, leather joints and spine extremities restored, inner hinges strengthened, modern cloth slipcase, short marginal tear to one plate, occasional slight soiling</I>, 6 chromolithgraphed vignettes, 4 with chromolithographed borders, 2 wood-engraved borders, repeated (once in red), numerous wood-engraved initials, printed by Vizetelly Brothers. McLean <I>Victorian Book Design</I>, p. 104 ("One of the most successful of all the book or table books of this period"); Ray <I>English</I> 233. Bound in forward is a pen-and-gouache drawing of a banner with a presentation inscription to Elizabeth Fanny Perry from her sister, dated Nov. 1850. | Christie's