For Love of The King. A Burmese Masque. London: Methuen & Co., 1922. Limited edition of 1000 copies on handmade paper. Pp, 39, uncut. A near fine copy in cloth covers with gilt design by Charles Ricketts, repeated on original green dust jacket. The dust jacket has been reinforced at lower edge and some light chipping to edges, otherwise a fine copy.
Written by Oscar Wilde for his friend Mabel Cosgrove in 1894, 'For the Love of the King' wasn't published until 1922 when Mrs Cosgrove handed the manuscript along with a covering letter to Wilde's posthumous publisher Methuen.