La Crosse: Sumac Press, 1962. Edition limited to 200 copies, 12mo, pp. ; printed in red and black; fine in orig. blue printed wrappers (w/publisher's envelope). "The marks of punctuation are by printers called points. Interestingly, both words come from the Latin root punct..." (Opening line). Press Preterite, no. 95.
La Crosse, WI: 1967. Edition limited to 396 copies, slim 12mo, pp. ; 10 illus. and facsimiles in the text plus a leaf from the original edition of 1824; fine copy in orig. ochre cloth. Press Preterite 112 noting that only half the edition was bound in cloth, the other half in wrappers. Rulon-Miller, Wulling #112.
La Crosse, WI: Sumac Press, 1967. Edition limited to 396 copies, slim 12mo, pp. ; 10 illustrations and facsimiles in text plus a leaf from the original edition of 1824; fine copy in original pictorial wrappers. Press Preterite 112 noting that only half the edition was bound in wrappers, the other half in cloth.
Minneapolis: House with The Attic, 1930. Edition limited to 150 copies, leaflet, 14.5 x 9.5 cm, pp. ; printed brown wrappers; fine. "This piece is from the Conclusion of Walter Pater's Studies in the History of the Renaissance 1873. It provoked considerable discussion in its day, was omitted from the...