Wind in the Willows-just asking

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Wind in the Willows-just asking

Nov 15, 2020, 3:35pm

I still have my Easton Wind in the Willows: nice looking on the outside in a yellow binding: but the reproductions of the Rackham illustrations look so faded. (I compared one with the same picture in the Quarto-Millenary.)
I also understand there are several color illustrations missing (as also was true for the Heritage Press version).
I did find in the past discussions this quote from Django in 2010 (!)
"An interesting point is that the LEC contains 4 more color illustrations than do the Heritage editions, but the Heritage contains several more pen and ink sketches than the LEC. I'm not sure, but I suspect, that these extra drawings for preliminary color illustrations planned, but not completed, by Rackham before his death, and that they didn't come to light until after the LEC edition had already been printed."
I'm now in a position to look for a decent LEC version and I saw one the price of which didn't cause nosebleed.
Perhaps it was in the same thread that it was mentioned that some HPs of this were printed letterpress. If such a one can be found, it might be a reasonable substitute for, or complement to (due to the additional sketches) the LEC.
Since ten years have passed since that thread, I am asking if anyone has anything to add to the discussion.

Nov 22, 2020, 8:52pm

Apparently not. *grin*

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