BULLNETTLE PRESS. HAMLEY, Sir Edward. ~ Sir Tray, An Arthurian Idyl.
No. 20 of 50 copies. 4 hand coloured illustrations adapted from early editions of Old Mother Hubbard. Printed in red and black in Goudy Modern on Frankfurt paper, designed and printed by Asa Peavy with Coriander Reisbord who did the binding. Tall thin 4to., origl blue cloth backed patterned paper covered boards, brown morocco and gilt spine label, tiny bump on lower board, otherwise an extremely good, fresh copy.
A poem about the starvation and passing of Old Mother Hubbard’s dog, Sir Tray, - or was it all a canine joke? It first appeared in Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine for January 1873.