The tale of King Coustans, the emperor
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Title in red and black; head and tail pieces.
Four hundred and twenty-five copies of this book (Third edition) have been printed on Japan vellum, and type disributed, in the month of June, A. D. MDCCCX at the press of George D. Loring, Portland, Maine.
Originally issued by William Morris at the Kelmscott press during August, 1894, in a limited edition of 525 copies." Reprinted, together with Morris' translations of The story of Amis and Amile, The tale of King Florus and the fair Jehane, and The history of over sea, under the title "Old French romances" edited by Joseph Jacobs (London, 1896) with a general introduction which is now reprinted in this volume.
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- The tale of King Coustans, the emperor. 1912. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009010048. (Accessed December 11, 2018.)
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