The Works of Oscar Wilde - Oscar Fingall O’Flahertie Wills Wilde 1911 - The Edinburgh Society, London - The Limited Magdalen Edition, Number 30 of 480 sets An elegantly bound fourteen volume limited edition set of Oscar Wilde’s works. Illustrated with portraits, colour and monochromatic plates and Aubrey Beardsley’s illustrations for Salomé.

‘Oscar Wilde’s greatest play was his own life. It was a five act tragedy with Greek implications and he was its most ardent spectator.’ - Frank Harris.

Containing: -
The Picture of Dorian Gray; A Woman of No Importance; Lady Windermere's Fan; The Importance of Being Earnest; Intentions and The Soul of Man; An Ideal Husband; The Poems of Oscar Wilde; Miscellanies; The Duchess of Padua; De Profundis; A House of Pomegranates; The Happy Prince and other Tales; Salomé (with both French and English texts); A Florentine Tragedy; Vera; Lord Arthur Savile's Crime and other Prose Pieces; Reviews (in two volumes).
  Fourteen octavo volumes (binding size 22x15.4cm), pp. [4] 272 [2]; [14] 191[3]; [14] 183 [11] 187 [3]; [8] 335 [3]; [14] 239 [3]; xi 345 [3]; [2] xvi 344 [2]; [14] 210 [2]; [2] xvi 211 [3]; [10] 256 [4]; [8] 261 [3] 67 [5] 14 [2]; [10] 266 [2]; [2] xiv 268 [3]; [4] 269-555 [3].   Finely bound in three-quarter dark green oasis morocco over matching cloth, spines with raised bands lettered and ruled in gilt, top edges gilt.   Condition: Fine   Ref: 110725   Price: HK$ 34,000