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Comus : a mask / by John Milton ; with a frontispiece and the six characters in costume designed and engraved on wood by Blair Hughes-Stanton
Bib ID 572702
Format BookBook
Author
Milton, John, 1608-1674
 
Description Newton, Mongomeryshire : Gregynog Press, 1931 
25 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. 
Notes

"The book was set by hand and printed by Idris Jones. The edition is limited to 250 copies." -- Colophon

Contains a reprint of the 1637 t.p.

No. 68 of an ed. of 250 copies.

From the collection of J.F. and L.F. Fitzhardinge, with a presentation book-plate, and donated by L.F. Fitzhardinge's sons.

Other authors/contributors Hughes-Stanton, Blair, 1902-  |  Jones, Idris  |  Gregynog Press
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