London, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1946-1959. First Editions. First Impressions. Hardbacks. A very good set. Three  volumes, complete. Titus Groan is a second impression, with the text on the jacket and thicker block. One of the most unique and influential works of speculative fiction. In Cawthorn and Moorcock's 100 Greatest Fantasy books [p137]. All volumes are a little toned, spine tips bumped, trivial foxing to edges, some slight edge wear. A nice set overall. Boards of Titus Alone heavily mottled. Cover art by Mervyn Peake [8784, Hyraxia Books].