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Exhibition: “Treasures of the British Library”

The vellum copy of the Chaucer once owned by Emery Walker (Census 1.1) is currently on display in the exhibition “Treasures of the British Library,” the Sir John Riblat Gallery, the British Library. This copy was nearly destroyed by German bombs during … Continue reading

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The Catterson-Smith copy

We have always assumed that Robert Catterson-Smith, the young Birmingham artist who revised Burne-Jones’s drawings for the Kelmscott Chaucer, must have received a complimentary copy of the book from Morris, but so far we have been unable to locate it. … Continue reading

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