Poems. London: Fisher Unwin. Boston: Copeland & Day, 1895. First US Edition, 1895. Pp xi, 285, uncut, top edge gilt. Original pale tan cloth with design and lettering in gold on front and back cover, and spine. Designed by H. Granville Fell. Light browning to covers, light wear to head of spine, otherwise a very bright and clean copy. First issue of the American edition with the joint imprint on both the title page and at the toe of the spine. The first collected edition of Yeats' poems containing: The Wanderings of Usheen, The Countess, Cathleen, The Rose, Crossways. 'This book contains all the writer cares to preserve out of his previous volumes of verse,' (From the preface by Yeats). 750 copies of the British edition were printed, the number of copies issued in this form is unrecorded. One of the more attractively bound of Yeats' works. [Wade 15].