London: William Jackson, 1930. First Thus. 4to. 7.875 x 10.125 in. xii, 113 pp. Full rich red cloth, printed title label affixed to spine (with an extra laid in at rear endpapers), with green & red pictorial title label inlay to upper cover. Illustrated with 6 tipped-in color plates, 15 full-page black & white drawings, and several headpieces & tailpieces by John Austen, somewhat Beardleyesque with a touch of Art Deco; illustrated endpapers. Edited with a foreword by G.B. Harrison. Spine moderately toned, otherwise near fine. Binding square & tight, text clean & bright.