The Great Seals of England from the earliest period to the present time, arranged and illustrated with descriptive and Historical notes. London, 1887.
Folio, finely printed autotype frontispiece; pp. xviii, 217 (1), 54 finely-printed autotype plates, all edges gilt. (One of just 300 copies). Printed at the Chiswick Press, and signed by Allan Wyon to “Mr Samuel Rogers (my Cousin) With Kind regards. March 1901”. Loose in the original heavily gilt-decorated red cloth, a little worn at extremities; all page edges gilt. Some occasional spotting and other minor discoloration, but exceptionally clean and fresh. A fine piece of late-Victorian book production. Scarce.