London: Chatto and Windus (The Florence Press). Hardcover in Two volumes :
Volume One : pp, [i-iv] v-xviii, 338 pages : a hand full of unopened pages : Olive green cloth covered boards with gilt lettereing : Dark green spine with gold gilt lettering : Top edge gilt : Previous owner name written on top corner of end paper in ball point : slight bubbling and foxing on paste down end papers : Boards are foxed and soiled, particularly around the edges :
Volume Two : pp, [i-iv] v-viii, 371 pages : , Colophon : a hand full of unopened pages : Olive green covered boards with gilt lettering : Dark green spine with gilt lettering : Top edge gilt : Boards are foxed and soiled, particularly to the edges : foxing on paste down end papers
Very good interiors in solid but soiled binding. Item #1451
John Keats was an English Romantic poet. Sidney Colvin was an English curator and litery and art critic, part of the Anglo-Indian Colvin family In a article in the New York Times in 1916, Sidney Colvin said of these volumes, " the present edition of Keat's complete poems has a twofold object : first, to present the poems in a perfect typographical form, and second, to arrange them as nearly as may be in the order in which they are written "