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    Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Twelve Copies of The Blessed Damozel. Various publishers, 1898-1928. Five small hard cover and seven soft cover books in publisher's bindings, one in dust jacket. Two limited editions. Includes illustrations by Byam Shaw, Blanch McManus, Constance Rowlands, and Percy Bulcock. Several include other of Dante Gabriel Rossetti's works, such as Sister Helen, Loves Nocturn, Sonnets from the House of Life, and Christina Rossetti's Maude Clare. Three pairs of books from the same publishers with different bindings or collation. Bindings rubbed and soiled, chipped, toned; few hinges cracked, occasional small holograph notes, some foxing or soiling, minor dampstains; overall a very good collection of printings. From the William E. Fredeman Collection.

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