Gold, Frank-Incense, and Myrrh And Other Pageants For A Baby Girl. London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1907. First Edition. Pp, 132. Publisher's blue cloth pictorial boards lettered in gilt, in original dust jacket prionted in green. The book itself is in good condition, the spine faded and a band of fading across the rear board. The jacket, rarely found with the book, has repairs verso.
With twelve designs in colour by the author.
Graham Robertson was a character very much of his age - a late Victorian aesthete, friend of Wilde, who moved in theatrical, artistic and literary circles.
Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh is a series of fairy plays written for a very young child lntroduced in the charming scenes between the plays and with twelve striking woodcut-style coloured illustrations.