Oscar Wilde, an Idler's Impression/Front matter

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OSCAR WILDE


An Idler's Impression


by

EDGAR SALTUS



CHICAGO

BROTHERS OF THE BOOK

1917




Copyright 1917

by

Edgar Saltus



OF THIS first edition of Oscar Wilde: An Idler’s Impression by
Edgar Saltus,
there have been printed four hundred and seventy-four copies, and the type distributed. No second edition will be made. The autographed copies were all subscribed for before publication.

The edition consists of

49 copies on Inomachi vellum, in full binding, each copy autographed by the author. Numbered from 1 to 49 inclusive.

100 copies on Inomachi vellum, in three-quarters binding. Numbered from 50 to 149 inclusive.

325 copies on Fabriano hand-made paper, in boards. Numbered from 150 to 474 inclusive.

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