The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman. London: Charles Tilt (‘and Mustapha Syried, Constantinople’), 1839
16mo (129 x 100mm.), FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE ("wine" for "vine" on page 13), half-title, engraved plate of music, 11 etched plates by George Cruickshank, 8pp. publisher’s advertisements at end, original green pictorial cloth, collector’s chemise and purple morocco-backed slipcase, some spotting and browning, occasional damp-staining, disbound
Eckel, pp. 206-208
James Nash, ownership signature; Maggs Bros. (October 1921); Comte Alain de Suzannet, the sale of his collection at Sotheby's, 22 November 1971, lot 51
Condition is described in the main body of the cataloguing, where appropriate.
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