Philip Winwood, a sketch of the domestic history of an American captain in the War of Independence, by Robert Neilson Stephens
L. C. Page and Co./ William Briggs (Toronto), 1900/ Chatto & Windus (London), 1901
blind-stamped monogram is almost impossible to detect. There are also a couple
of fascinating commercial uses of portions
of this design by the publisher. And
John Lehner has recently sent me an image of a curious
bookplate which uses the central motif of this design.
Below we see a 1900 copy published by William Briggs. Despite an almost simultaneous publication. Amy's monogram does NOT appear on this version ! There is also a much "blander" cover design, perhaps a series design for Stephens' books, apparenlty issued at about the same time [below right].
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