Illustrations of the book of Job / in twenty-one plates, invented and engraved by William Blake, author of Designs to "Blake's Grave," "Young's Night Thoughts," &c ; London, published by the author ... and Mr. J. Linnell ... March, 1826.
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- Physical Description: 1 unnumbered leaf of plates, 21 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 38 cm
- Publisher: London : J.M. Dent & Co. ; 1902.
Includes facsimile of original t.p.: London, 1825 [i.e. 1826].
"1000 copies issued in facsimile."
Issued in paper covers with paper spine decorated to resemble wood. Paper label on the front cover.
Bentley, G.E. Blake bibliography, 341
Keynes, G. Bibliography of William Blake, 55 facsimiles
Collated 20050923 Damaged Spine missing; covers missing corners
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|Subject:||Bible. Job > Illustrations.
Illumination of books and manuscripts > Great Britain.
Facsimiles > England > 1902.