London and Cambridge: Clover Hill Editions with Douglas Cleverdon. Printed by Will and Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, 1974.
No. 39 of 270 copies.There were also 230 special copies. Two volumes. Tall quarto. xiv, 36p, 26p plates; (vi) 92p. Illustrated with wood-engravings designed by Edward Burne-Jones, engraved by William Morris and printed from Morris' original blocks. Introduction by A. R. Dufty. Printed on Barcham Green paper. Bound by John P. Gray with Blue cloth spine over Morris design printed boards, gilt-titled morocco spine labels, t.e.g. Housed in divided blue cloth slipcase. Slightest edge rubbing to cloth edges, else quite fine. Owner's small bookplates (possibly supplied with the subscription by the publisher). Item #22277
"William Morris engraved on wood at least 35, and possibly 40, of the 'Cupid and Psyche' scenes. A number of his helpers engraved the remainder, fewer than ten. Both May Morris and S. C. Cockerell recorded the attributions, which will be found on pages 19-20 and in note 67 on page 34 in Volume One: they differ slightly, but Morris's major contribution is not in doubt." (Statement in Vol. II).
Prospectus and invitation for initial viewing laid in.