Greeks and Persians, Elizabeth H.C. Pagan, Charles H. Mackie, numbered limited edition
Greeks and Persians; Being the Record of their Fights and follies done into Doggerel to Goad Reluctant Memory by Elizabeth H.C. Pagan, Aided by Diversions in the manner of greek Vases by Charles H. Mackie.
Printed at the University Press of Liverpool. 200 printed, July 1900. This being No. 42 of the First Set of Fifty. First edition. A scarce publication. With a presentation inscription inscribed on the first pastedown to Maimie Richardson, the Scottish poet, from a family member.
A fair hardback with pictorial printed cover. Lightly soiled to front and stained to rear.
Printed text is clean and bright throughout, but the illustrated plates have all been removed, leaving only the poetry. Previous owner's inscription to first pastedown. Offset staining to first and last free endpapers. Paper stock is of high quality with rough cut vertical edge, as issued.
Text in English.
Unnumbered, but 3pp Prelims + 22pp. Note: all plates have been removed. Text only.
Weight approximately 668g unpacked.
Dimensions: Approximately 397mm high x 275mm wide x 12mm deep. Folio size.