The Poems of William Blake.
London: Florence Press, 1926. Full morocco, 8 inches tall. A finely printed edition in a simple full crushed morocco by Riviere with raised bands, gilt dentelles and top edge. Light Foxing. Spine slight faded. Edited and arranged by John Sampson. Though considered mad in his own lifetime, William Blake is now considered to be one of the greatest and most influential English poets and artist of the Romantic Age, perhaps of any age.