Poems. London: Fisher Unwin, 1895. First Edition. Pp xi, 285, uncut, top edge gilt. Original pale tan cloth with design and lettering in gold on upper & lower covers and on spine, designed by H. Granville Fell. Light browning to endpapers, covers lightly age toned, head & tail of spine frayed, otherwise a very bright and clean copy. Note in Yeats's hand on his personal stationary (blind stamped '82, Merion Square, Dublin') dated November 25th, tipped-in to front pastdown: "Dear Sir, In reply to your note, of Nov 15 I send the enclosed which ?? (the last few words are illegible) Yours W.B. Yeats." Yeats resided at this address in the 1920's. The first collected edition of Yeats' poems and one of only 750 copies printed. Containing poems from: 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," (preface). One of the more attractively bound of Yeats' works. [Wade 15].