Rummy, That Noble game Expounded in Prose, Poetry, Diagram and Engraving by A.E. Coppard and Robert Gibbings, with an Account of Certain Diversions into the Mountain Fastnesses of Cork and Kerry. Royal 8vo, 24cm, pp.[iv] + 53 + colophon, Printed and published at the Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham Saint Lawrence, 1932.
Text set in Caslon and printed in black and red. Number 35 of 250 (1,250) copies signed by the author and artist on Batchelor hand-made paper and specially bound in quarter emerald morocco with decorative cloth sides, gold top, spine titled in gilt. Illustrated with 15 wood engravings and a decorated title-page by Robert Gibbings. Spine faintly faded. A very good to fine copy.
The book is dedicated 'To the finest hotel in the World, Cronin's of Gougane Barra.' (Chanticleer 86, Kirkus 43)