Rarely seen archive material from The Morgan Library and a large-format first edition all reproduced in exquisite facsimile
London and New York, 40 rare photogravures by a master of the art, in facsimile for the first time.
Facsimiles of the original de luxe editions published in 1919 and 1920 and illustrated throughout in silhouette
Illustrated with wood engravings by Paul Nash, David Jones and Eric Gill. At least 500 sets are available with matching numbers from the limitations of 750 and with an advantageous postage rate.
Meticulously produced facsimile of William Morris’s poetic masterpiece. Illustrated on every page and fully bound in leather blocked in gold.
A classic from the Fine Press tradition. Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies. Published in series with Genesis and The Book of Jonah.
A classic from the Fine Press tradition. Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies. Published in series with Genesis and The Song of Songs.
A classic from the Fine Press tradition. Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies. Published in series with ‘The Book of Jonah’ and ‘The Song of Songs’.
Five hand-crafted books of exquisite Japanese art and poetry in facsimile for the first time
Salvador Dalí’s striking series of 50 watercolours inspired by the 1001 Nights with the tales, introduced by Robert Irwin, printed in a separate volume.
This first ever full-sized facsimile of H. G. Wells's short stories is based on one of the extremely rare signed first editions. It matches the original binding and production, including deckled edges and tipped-in photographs.
The Great Charter presented in a meticulously produced facsimile accompanied by a certificate of authentication.
This facsimile, of Eric Gill’s work for the Golden Cockerel Press, is among the most remarkable illustrated editions of this landmark of English poetry.
A superb facsimile of the Royal Choirbook – a beautiful large-format collection of Latin motets composed for Henry VIII and presented to him in 1518.
Folio presents an exquisite facsimile of the Pearl Manuscript: the sole source for the poems Pearl, Cleanness, Patience and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and one of the most important texts in medieval English literature.
The first facsimile of one of the great books of botanic art from the edition held in the library of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.