Chelsea: The Ashendene Press, 1921.
Limited to 236 copies. Half-sheet octavo. xvi, (iv), 95p (i). Four-page facsimile of the original manuscript of 1496 precedes the text. Printed in Subiaco type with red side-notes, headings and paragraphs, first initial in blue. Bound in full vellum with gilt spine title, and with green ribbon ties. Normal light ageing to covers, text fresh - quite a nice copy. Item #23752
"Another neglected Ashendene book: owners should take more interest than to close it after admiring the type. Seton's Introduction tells the romantic history of the manuscript in Hornby's collection, printed in this volume, written for the nuns of St Clare who invited it at the end of the fifteenth century... This and Omar Khayyam are the two Ashendenes which rank as serious critical editions." (Colin Franklin. The Ashendene Press, p. 240).