(London: Printed by the Curwen Press and published by the Astolat Press, 1932). 310 x 215 mm. (12 1/4 x 8 1/2"). xii, 268 pp. ONE OF 350 COPIES.

Vellum backed patterned paper boards, spine with gilt lettering. With seven full-page color illustrations by Reginald Savage. Vellum somewhat soiled, covers slightly browned and a bit rubbed at corners and edges, contents a shade or two less than bright, a few tiny specks of ink in a few places, but still a sound and attractive copy.

This work contains excerpts from the letters and papers of one Lady Celia and "her little group of friends at Peckover," edited by Essex House Press founder C. R. Ashbee.

Keywords: Curwen Press