London, Printed by Thomas Kell, 1907-1908. First editions, first impressions. Wraps. A near fine set (caveat). All four issues. Volume one contains works by Dunsany, Machen, Nesbit, Bernard Shaw, Chesterton and others with illustrations by Sullivan, Hartrick and a three colour centrefold by Brangwyn. Volume two contains works by Lang, Dunsany and Housman with art by Lawson, Brangwyn and a colour centrefold by Charles Shannon. Volume three contains works by Nesbit, Edgar Jepson and others, with art by Fennell, Sickert and a photolithograph by Otto Greiner and a three-colour work by F. Ernest Jackson. Finally, issue four includes pieces by Bastable, Dunsany, Nesbit, Machen, Jepson and many others, the art is by Brangwyn again, along with Dodd, Pryse and others. Caveat to the near fine description. The text blocks are near fine with marginal toning and a couple of nicks here and there. The wraps on the other hand are badly torn, detached and generally pointless. [9167, Hyraxia Books].