New York: The Colophon Ltd., 1930-1934. Twenty issues; each year enclosed in the publisher’s quarter pigskin and cloth art deco slipcases (some discoloration and minor wear). Each issue has a bookplate; all are fine, and most have the original glassine wrappers. Part five is especially sought after for its David Milne signed drypoint, the most affordable signed work by the celebrated Canadian artist. [with] The New Colophon; volumes 1 & 2; 1948-1950; fine copies; bookplates; enclosed in two quarter leather and cloth slipcases.