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A Golden Age gift book in facsimile for the first time. Kay Nielsen’s rarest work with his virtuoso blend of folk-tale drawing and Art Deco stylisation illustrating 22 of the best-loved tales by the Brothers Grimm
One of the world’s great literary legacies, this manual of virtuous living, courtship and pleasure affords an intimate glimpse into Hindu culture.
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.
Restored from his original manuscript, the first complete edition of one of the finest novels by Anthony Trollope. Published in association with The Trollope Society.
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.
Ovid’s epic poem is brought together with Titian’s paintings for the first time in this landmark publication.
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.
A masterpiece of botanical art and the most comprehensive study of the apples and pears grown in Britain ever published. Each edition is sent with a set of four prints for framing.
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.
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’.
A classic from the Fine Press tradition. Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies. Published in series with Genesis and The Book of Jonah.
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 masterly facsimile of the acclaimed Golden Cockerel Press edition of Chaucer’s masterpiece, this edition unites the talents of typographer Robert Gibbings and engraver Eric Gill.
A limited edition published to commemorate the poet’s death in April 1917 and designed to emulate the fine press editions of the early 20th century. In series with Selected Poems Rupert Brooke and Selected Poems Wilfred Owen.
A limited edition published to commemorate the poet’s death in April 1915 and designed to emulate the fine press editions of the early 20th century. In series with Selected Poems Edward Thomas and Selected Poems Wilfred Owen.
Meticulously produced facsimile of William Morris’s poetic masterpiece. Illustrated on every page and fully bound in leather blocked in gold.
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.
A medieval masterpiece, from the collection of the BritishLibrary, presented in facsimile along with a commentary by Kristine Edmondson Haney.
One of the most beautiful series of maps ever made, this was commissioned by Queen Mary Tudor as a gift to her beloved husband Philip of Spain. Holding a crucial place in the history of map-making, this is a remarkable portrait of the Renaissance world.
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.
Shakespeare’s ground-breaking comedy: unconventional and witty, it is the most playful of romances.
There are high jinks aplenty in this early comedy – two sets of twins separated at birth, misguided servants and family lost and restored – all themes which delighted Shakespeare.
Complex, disturbing and powerful, King Lear is a play of haunting, shocking scenes and unmatched language.
The King of Navarre wishes to devote himself to the life of the mind, that is until love intervenes in Shakespeare’s most sophisticated and intellectual comedy.
One of the most frequently performed of all Shakespeare’s comedies, an enchanting meditation on the nature of love, gender politics and the supernatural
Written at the request of Queen Elizabeth, who wanted to see Falstaff again, this is the only Shakespeare comedy set entirely in England.
The sheer visceral strength of this great tragedy has resonated through the centuries, ensuring it remains one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays.
A hilarious story of romance and rivalry thought to be Shakespeare’s first play – penned before he came to London.
The most powerful sorcery is Shakespeare’s language. Complex, personal and unsurpassably lyrical: rediscover one of Shakespeare’s most finely nuanced plays.