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    Limited Edition, Signed by Arthur Rackham

    [Arthur Rackham, illustrator]. Algernon Charles Swinburne. The Springtide of Life. Poems of Childhood. With a Preface by Edmund Gosse. London: William Heinemann, 1918.

    One of 765 copies, of which this is number 653, signed by Arthur Rackham. Large quarto. [134] pages. Nine color plates mounted on brown paper, and fifty-two black and white drawings.

    Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in modern full green morocco, front cover decoratively stamped in gilt to match the original binding, spine paneled and lettered in gilt in compartments, five raised bands, gilt board edges and turn-ins, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, others uncut. A fine copy.

    Latimore and Haskell, p. 48-49.


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    October, 2010
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