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    Arthur Rackham - 1909 Limited Signed Edition of "Gulliver's Travels" Into Several Remote Nations Of The World by Jonathan Swift. Arthur Rackham was one of the best known artists who illustrated books during the era known as the "Golden Age" of illustration between 1870 and 1930. Published in New York by E. P. Dutton & Company in 1909. This is copy #571 of an edition of 750 and is signed by Rackham. Illustrated with 13 tipped-in color plates as well as a number of B&W headpieces and tailpieces. Rackham also designed the endpapers. According to the publisher, "Most of the designs appeared as line drawings in an edition issued by the present publishers in 1899, but they have been worked over, revised, and coloured by the artist, while some entirely new designs have been added." Bound in the original gilt-decorated white cloth, some soiling, bookplate on inside front cover, blue slipcase. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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