New York: The Venetian Society, 1928.
Twelve volumes (complete), one of 660 sets of this edition, described on a tipped in page a tthe front as "the rare unabridged Londong edition of 1894 translated by Arthur Machen to which has been added the chapters discovered by Arthur Symons a supplement and bibliography." It also includes Havelock Ellis' essay "Casanova. An Affirmation and an Appreciation." This set is bound in full green leather, spines with two red leather labels, raised bands, gilt rules, green cloth endpapers, ribbon bookmark bound in to each volume. Light foxing to endpapers, a few stray scuff markes, but overall a clean, sound, and attractive set.