London: Field & Tuer | The Leadenhall Presse, 1885.
Half Leather. Poems and songs taken from Walton’s Angler, and richly illustrated with Joseph Crawhall’s charming hand-colored woodcuts throughout. With labeled linen pockets -- Baccy, Lynes, Fysshe Tales, etc. with the largest being “Fysshe Tales I don’t believe. There is some separation to the edges of the pockets. 120 pp. followed by 24 blank leaves labeled “Fyshhe Stories”. In half-vellum over gilt-stamped parchment. There is a previous owner name to the title page. The spine has been patched at the extremities; lacking the ties.