The Works of Lord Byron. In Thirteen Volumes. 'Poetry' Edited by Earnest Hartley Coleridge (Six Volumes). 'Letters and Journals' Edited by Rowland E. Prothero. Second Impression (Seven Volumes). London: John Murray, 1900-1904. Half crushed red morocco, red cloth boards. Raised bands, compartments with gilt lettering & rules and central gilt ornament. Scattered foxing to margins of preliminary pages and plates, otherwise a fine set.
A handsome collectable set of Byron's works put together with scholarly and artistic attention.
The seven volumes of poetry are edited by Ernest Harley Coleridge, literary scholar, poet and grandson of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The six volumes of Byron's complete letters and journals are edited by Rowland E. Prothero, journalist, author and Conservative politician.