Collectible hardback from the Nonesuch Press. 1926.
Illustrated with pochoir and line drawings after E. McKnight Kauffer. Small folio, original red-brown buckram. Limited edition.
The Nonesuch Press specialised in limited edition and private press. They were founded by Francis Meynell, his second wife Vera Mendel, and their friend David Garnett. Their aspiration was for their publications to be aligned with the same aesthetic standards as the private press movement. They were unusual as they used a small Albion press to design the books, but had them printed by commercial printers. In doing so, books with the quality of a fine-press were produced, but available to a wider audience at lower prices.