TWENTY-FOUR SONNETS. William J. Ibbett.

TWENTY-FOUR SONNETS.

Pp. [32](including a blank), title page decorated in grey; small f'cap. 8vo; beige textured paper wrappers with flap folds and printed paper title label, edges a trifle rubbed; uncut; free endpapers faintly offset; High House Press, Shaftesbury, Dorset 1925. First edition, limited to 165 numbered copies. Tomkinson 1. *William Joseph Ibbett (1858 - 1934) also wrote poetry under the pseudonym Antaeus. The High House Press was founded by James Masters in 1924. At first, the entire work of the Press - typesetting, press-work, editing, etc. - was done by Masters alone, but after 1927 his wife helped with the typesetting. In 1936 James and Beatrice Masters moved to Westbury-on-Trym, where the High House Press operated for another four years. Item #134035

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