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    Dante Gabriel Rossetti. LIMITED. The House of Life. New York: Elston Press, 1901. Limited edition of three hundred and ten copies on handmade paper, of which this is copy number "32". Quarto. 101 pages of sonnets. French folds. Type by Clarke Conwell and decorations by H.M. O'Kane. Each sonnet with decorated first initial and detailed floral borders. Quarter cloth over blue paper covered boards with paper title and publisher labels on the spine. Binding lightly scuffed, foxed and stained, corners and edges bumped and rubbed; holograph pencil notes on front endpapers; otherwise in very good condition. From the William E. Fredeman Collection.


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    June, 2015
    17th Wednesday
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