New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons [and] Everett & Co., 1906.
First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Two volumes, pp xxix, (31)-291; x, (14)-288 + appendices and index, with 64 plates. Original red cloth with beveled edges, gilt titles on spine. Spines lightly sunned, minor edgewear to boards. Bindings tight and square, contents clean. Penzer 311-312 (expressing his disdain for the work); Casada (318) writes that "it is important, at least in part, for the reasons Penzer found so objectionable. It brings to the forefront Burton's shortcomings and opens up avenues of thought which needed (and still need) examination." This set comes from the personal collection of bibliographer James Casada.