Título: So Here Cometh White Hyacinths Being a Book.
Editorial: The Roycrofters, East Aurora NY
Año de publicación: 1907
Encuadernación: Quarter Leather
Ilustrador: Hunter, David (decorations)
Condición del libro: VG
Edición: First Edition (Numbered Copy)
First Edition. 12mo, leather spine, banded with rules continuing to sides, over paper backed boards, gilt pressed titles to spine, gte, sides untrimmed, ribbon marker. Follwoing double-truck title page (designed as are all decorations by David Hunter) are 4 pages of duplicate portraits of Hubbard and his Mrs. 161pages + pub statement + Hunter's colophon. Bound in near foot verso second to the last fly is Roycrofter label with "251" pencilled in. Internals uniformly but gently toned and leather on spine scuffed. Internally clean, no PONS or bookplates, firmly bound, tight square copy. N° de ref. de la librería 008128
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