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Orlando Furioso, Translated and with Notes by John Hoole.
London: C, Bathurst, T. Payne and others, 1783. 5 vols, 8vo, pp [8], cxxxi, 335; [4], 407: [4], 427; [4], 438; [4], (16, subscribers and errata), 322, vi, (55, errata and index), with a frontispiece also in each volume and 3 further plates in The Life of Ariosto following the... more

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The Tempera Paintings of William Blake. A critical catalogue. With an introduction by Geoffrey Keynes.
London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1951. 4to, 32 pp., 13 collotype plates, one folding. Paper covers, lightly soiled and darkened. Very good. Bentley, Blake Books, 663. ... more

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The Drawings and Engravings of William Blake. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
London: Studio, Limited, 1922. 4to, vii, 29 pp. With 16 color plates and 92 black-and-white plates. Original parchment, upper cover lettered in gilt, black label on backstrip, original gray cloth folding box. Edition de luxe limited to 200 copies. Bentley, Blake Books, 404. ... more

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The Engraved Designs of William Blake.
London: Ernest Benn; New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1926. 4to, xiv, 140 pp., 82 plates, with additional text on the tissue guards. White buckram backstrip, decorated boards in printed dust-jacket; a good copy. First edition, limited to 1000 copies. There was also a de luxe edition of 100 copies, with... more

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The Engraved Designs of William Blake.
London: Ernest Benn; New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1926. 4to, xiv, 140 pp., 82 plates, with additional text on the tissue guards. White buckram backstrip, decorated boards in printed dust-jacket; a good copy. First edition, limited to 1000 copies. There was also a de luxe edition of 100 copies, with... more

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The Drawings and Engravings of William Blake. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
London: Studio, Limited, 1922. 4to, vii, 29 pp. With 16 color plates and 92 black-and-white plates. Original parchment, upper cover lettered in gilt, black label on backstrip, original gray cloth folding box, ties missing, otherwise fine. Edition de luxe limited to 200 copies. Bentley, Blake Books, 404. ... more

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Infant Sorrow.
Leicester: Black Knight Press, 1970. Slim Small 8vo, [9]pp. With four lino cuts by Duine Campbell in olive green, rust brown, or blue-green. Sewn with brown thread into moss green card covers, cut flush, printed in black on the front, as issued. Limited to 100 copies, handset in Bembo, signed... more

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William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.
[N. P.]: The William Blake Trust, 2009. Folio, 95pp. Original quarter-maroon calf with black moiré silk-covered boards, with gilt lettered maroon-morocco label to top board, backstrip likewise stamped in gilt; portfolio in full maroon calf containing 19 watercolors reproduced in facsimile, mounted within framing lines on heavy beige paper, black... more

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William Blake’s Watercolour Inventions in Illustration of The Grave by Robert Blair; Edited with Essays and Commentary by Martin Butlin and an Essay on the Poem by Morton D. Paley.
[N. P.]: The William Blake Trust, 2009. Folio, 95pp. Original quarter-maroon calf with black moiré silk-covered boards, with gilt lettered maroon-morocco label to top board, backstrip likewise stamped in gilt; portfolio in full maroon calf containing 17 of 19 watercolors (and one duplicate) reproduced in facsimile, mounted within framing lines... more

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Colby Library Quarterly. Volume XIII, Number 2.
Waterville, ME: June 1977. Slim 8vo, illustrated. Original wrappers, fine. The William Blake issue. Contributors: Heppner, C: A Desire of Being; Warner, Janet: Blake and the Language of Art; Stevenson, Warren: Interpreting Blake’s Canterbury Pilgrims; Rose, Edward: Blake and the Double; Sutherland, John H.: Blake’s Milton. A scarce title. ... more

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Loss of the Hindostan by Fire.
N.p.: n.d. Single sheet, 8 x 5 ins, b/w engraving of a ship sinking, signed “Blake sc.”. A print by the “wrong Blake” as Bentley described the various other Blakes who were artists or engravers roughly within Blake’s lifetime. The ship sank in 1803; curiously a similar image but reversed... more

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The Letters of William Blake. Edited by Geoffrey Keynes.
London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1968. 8vo, 224 pp. 13 plates. Original blue cloth, dust-jacket. Signed and dated 1970 at the front by Kay Long. Second edition, revised. US printing. ... more

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The Letters of William Blake.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1980. 8vo, xxviii, 235 pp., 16 plates. Original blue cloth. Very good. Third edition. Bentley, Blake Books Supplement, refers to this edition but does not include it (see p. 96n.) ... more

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Poetical Sketches. By W.B. The Noel Douglas Replicas.
New York: Payson & Clarke, 1927. 8vo, 70pp. Original paper over boards. Very good. US trade edition. Bentley, Blake Books, 132B. “The original 1783 copies were seventy-two pages in length, printed in octavo by John Flaxman's aunt, who owned a small print shop in the Strand, and paid for by... more

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William Blake. Edited by Michael Mason. The Oxford Authors.
Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1988. 8vo, xxv, [xxvi], 601 pp. Original blue cloth, dust-jacket. A wide-ranging selection of prose and poetry. Bentley, Blake Books Supplement, page 168: “the oddly arranged text is modernized from William Blake’s Writings (1978).” ... more

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The Book of Thel.
London: Gollancz, 1928. Thin 4to, 8 leaves and colophon. Original black cloth, gilt, covered in mylar, bookplate of R. J. G. Johnson; very good copy. Facsimile limited to 1700 copies for the UK and the USA. Bentley, Blake Books, 22. ... more

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Visions of the Daughters of Albion. Edited by Robert N. Essick.
San Marino: Huntington Library, 2002. 4to, vii, 11 color plates, 78 pp. text with illustrations in color and black and white. Original cloth, dust-jacket, new. Latest edition of the Visions, reproducing the Huntington Library’s copy with related drawings. Essick’s commentary explains Blake’s invention of the unique method he used to... more

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Burlington Fine Arts Club: Catalogue Blake Centenary Exhibition.
London: Privately Printed for the Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1927. Large 4to, 63 pp., 49 plates. A good copy in original cloth, some discoloration to the green cloth along edges. Slipcase. Very good. A sumptuous catalogue with text by Binyon, Russell, and Keynes and fine gravure plates. Bentley, Blake Books,... more

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Catalogue of the Well-Known and Valuable Library of the Late Bernard Buchanan MacGeorge, Esq.
London: Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge, 1924. 8vo, 168 pp. Color frontispiece of Blake’s Visions of the Daughters of Albion (lot 116). A second tipped-in plate by Blake, Marriage of Heaven and Hell (lot 115). All Blake lots, lots 108–34, with results noted in pencil and some in ink in margins.... more

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Illustrations to Dante’s Inferno.
[London: for John Linnell, 1838]. 7 plates, oblong folio, printed on laid paper only (not on India), lightly cleaned, in fine condition. First printing (subsequent to a few proofs possibly pulled by Blake himself) preceding the 1838 printing on laid india on wove paper. Essick states (Blake Quarterly vol. 24,... more

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