LYSISTRATA. Aristophanes.
LYSISTRATA.
LYSISTRATA.
LYSISTRATA.
LYSISTRATA.
LYSISTRATA.

LYSISTRATA.

Done into English by Jack Lindsay. Illustrations by Norman Lindsay. Pp. xiv+52(last blank)+[2](colophon, blank), 4 collotype plates, title page vignette, 7 pictorial headpieces, colophon illustration, notes; impl. 4to; half navy morocco, blue/grey papered boards, upper board lettered and decorated in gilt (a repeat of the colophon illustration), boards a trifle faded and scuffed, with a few mainly small damp spots, a couple of tiny edge bruises, spine faintly faded and with a couple of tiny flecks; t.e.g., others uncut; bookplate of David Levine, Sydney, on the upper pastedown and bookseller's sticker at foot of same, the endpapers and outer blanks lightly foxed and offset, a couple of small and very faint pencil ticks next to a few words of text; Fanfrolico Press, London, 1926. One of 300 copies for sale overseas (total edition of 725), printed on Batchelor's handmade paper, signed by the translator. Arnold 7; Chaplin, The Fanfrolico Press, p. 15. *The first London publication of the press, printed at the Chiswick Press under the supervision of F. J. Newbery. (A slightly different earlier edition, published in Sydney in 1925, was the first title to appear under the Fanfrolico imprint).The present edition uses the same translation and illustrations as the earlier Lysistrata, but with minor revisions, and one extra vignette. Item #162998

Price: $500.00