Little Engravings Classical and contemporary number 11: William Blake being all his woodcuts photographically reproduced in facsimile. With an Introduction by Laurence Binyon.

London: Unicorn Press, 1902. 4to, [4], (3, Introduction by Laurence Binyon), (40, photographic reproduction of the 17 Woodcuts, alternating with letterpress of Colinet and Thenot's words)pp.Ex-Library copy in gray boards with title and decoration in black on front cover, very pale dampstain affecting centre of pages but not affecting any woodcuts, covers slightly more affected and one small mark and one small bare patch to front cover. Spine browned with age and worn at edges. Library labels to inside of front and back covers, and small faint stamp to title page. A scarce bookBentley, Blake Books, 506. (Item Id: 108894)

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