Philadelphia: George Barrie, (1899).
Edition printed on Japan vellum, limited to 10 copies, this no. 7. (viii), 379p. Translated by T. F. Rogerson and illustrated with ten sets of etchings in four states each: Japanese vellum, remarque; Japanese etching-paper; papier de Chine, mounted on plate paper; Whatman drawing-paper, finished with water-colors. The drawings are by Paul-Leon Jazet and etched by Eugene Abot. Finely bound by Barrie in in full rich brown crushed morocco with embroidered flyleaves, and intricate doublures of tan morocco gilt with central panel of red morocco with inlaid black and gilt designs, a.e.g., the spine with gilt titles and flowing gilt vine with flower petals onlaid in green and tan, large gilt floral cornerpieces on the covers. Front outer hinge with leather cracking not affecting the structure, remainder fine in worn morocco-lined slipcase. Item #23367
From the series Chefs d'Oeuvre du Roman Contemporain - Romancists.