Printed in an edition limited to 850 copies, set in Intertype Baskerville with the title line in Centaur, on Curtis rag paper. Designed by William R. Holman. Introduction by Edward D. McDonald, with an illustration of the centaur taken from his bibliography of Lawrence published by Harold Mason at his Centaur Press, Philadelphia, 1925. The letters concern the publication of this book and Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine, Lawrence apparently being delighted with each: It seems to me wonderfully complete and alive, marvelous to make a bibliography lively. 38, 2 pages. quarter cloth with paper-covered boards and illustrated label on front.. 8vo..
Used availability for D H Lawrence's The Centaur Letters
January 1970 : USA Textbook Binding
June 1970 : USA Hardback