HASLEWOOD BOOKS. ~ Coach and Sedan, reprinted from the edition of 1636.
One of 550, (there were also 75 copies printed on Kelmscott Batchelor paper). 8vo., original linen backed patterned paper covered boards, spine lettered in gilt, partially unopened. Spine and edges a little darkened, otherwise good.
Haslewood Books was the Press of the Vorticist architect and artist Frederick Etchells and Hugh Macdonald, the scholar. For a short time between 1924 and 1931 they issued an astonishing 32 books. Some of the best known of their often beautifully illustrated press books were Robinson Crusoe, illustrated by McKnight Kauffer, Poisonous Plants with engravings by John Nash and Sailing Ships of the Western Mediterranean with copper engravings by Edward Wadsworth.