Folio Society publishes The Rime of the Ancient Mariner & Other Poems


  • Publication date: October 2010
  • Special edition, limited to 1,000 copies
  • Vellum quarter-binding, spine blocked in 22 carat gold, vellum tips. Front board blocked in four shades of foil
  • 16 coloured wood engravings tipped into the book
  • Numerous engraved tail-pieces
  • Limitation engraving signed and numbered by the artist
  • Endpapers printed letterpress with a design by Harry Brockway
  • Titling calligraphy by Stephen Raw. Poems set in 24-point Founder’s Caslon
  • Gilded top edge, ribbon marker. Printed on Cordier Wove paper, with hand-torn edges
  • 216 pages. 13″ x 9¾”
  • Presented in a cloth-bound solander box
  • Price: £450

Folio Society
A New Collector’s Edition
Four immortal poems by the genius of Romanticism

The most innovative and influential of all the English Romantic poets, Coleridge was also the least prolific. Yet what force of genius is contained in his most famous works! From the thrilling mystical power of ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ to the visionary magnificence of ‘Kubla Khan’, these poems reshaped the landscape of English poetry and ensorcelled generations of readers. Over the years, numerous artists have been drawn to them. Now, The Folio Society presents a collector’s edition of four immortal poems by Coleridge with superb illustrations by one of the country’s leading wood-engravers, Harry Brockway.

For more information see FS website

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