Publisher: The Temple Press, London, 1937, first edition thus. Hardback, no dustjacket, profusely illus with 12 colour plates and b&w decorations by Arthur Rackham. As per publishers note to this edition 'Most of the designs appeared as line drawings in an edition issued in 1899, but they were subsequently worked over, revised, and coloured by the artist, some entirely new designs added' . The protected cover, in light blue cloth with gilt titling to spine and impressed titling to front, is in good condition commensurate with age with light bumping and shelfwear to spine extremities and a little fading to spine. Internally tyhe book is in good, clean and tight condition with bright text pages and illustrations and no tears, creases, inscriptions or significant marks. Some light foxing to endpapers and page block edges and in one or two places within book. Pages are very lightly tanned commensurate with age. The beautiful Rackham colour plates remain clean and bright. Overall, a nice, clean copy of this very desirable edition.