Love in Earnest, pp. 30-31 and 249; Pasted to the front free endpaper is the printed sale label "From the Library of A.C. Swinburne, Sold by Messrs. Sotheby, June 19th-21st, 1916."" /> RAFFALOVICH, MARC-ANDRÉ. Tuberose and Meadowsweet. London: David Bogue 1885, <I>8vo, original light green cloth, blocked in black, gilt-lettered, t.e.g., others rather uncut, cloth slipcase</I>. FIRST EDITION of Raffalovich's second volume of Uranian poetical effusions, printed at the Ballantyne Press, title-page in red and black, PRESENTATION COPY TO ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE, inscribed by the poet in ink on verso of the half-title: "To A.C. Swinburne from his sincere admirer the author"; in further homage Raffalovich has identified (in pencil) the Swinburne two-line verse quotation printed on the title-page as being from "Poems and Ballads (2nd Series) page 36." Colbeck Collection, p. 663; d'Arch Smith, <I>Love in Earnest</I>, pp. 30-31 and 249; Pasted to the front free endpaper is the printed sale label "From the Library of A.C. Swinburne, Sold by Messrs. Sotheby, June 19th-21st, 1916." | Christie's