New York: Oliphant Press, 1969. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Item #7363
12mo.  pp., illus. Limited edition, number 32 of 75 copies. In publisher's cloth-backed boards with title in gold on the spine. Four engraved illustrations, 3 with some hand coloring. The bottom corner of the front board is bit worn with some loss to the paper; perimeters of the boards are a bit sunned; previous bookseller pencil notes on the front free endpaper and an earlier penciled price is faintly visible; contents are otherwise clean.
A charming book with quite lovely and delicate illustrations. The Oliphant Press was founded by Ronald Gordon who studied under Leonard Baskin and Harold McGrath at Amherst in the 60's and at that time interning at The Gehenna Press. Gordon founded the Oliphant Press in 1966 and his gift is evident even in this early work. Gordon remains active a significant figure in printing and books arts as of this writing.