1928 Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard and Other Poems by Thomas Gray; illustrations by Clarke Hutton; bound in quarter cream linen and green marbled boards; issued in a slipcase. 250 copies. $300–$500
1929 A Very Early Victorian Christmas by Hector Bolitho; sewn in parchment covers with patterned-paper wrappers. 300 copies. $75–$100
1930 The Dog by John Ferguson with an illustration by A. R. Thompson; sewn in parchment covers with patterned paper wrappers. 300 copies. $75–$100
1945 The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge; five plates by Duncan Grant; bound in blue Niger morocco. 700 copies. $400–$600.
1949 Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll; illustrations stereotyped from the original plates by John Tenniel; bound in light blue-green buckram covers. 500 copies. $150–$250
1950 The Nun’s Priest’s Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer; modern English translation by Nevill Coghill; wood engravings by Lynton Lamb; bound in quarter Linson vellum with patterned-paper boards designed by Lamb. 1,000 copies. $50–$100
1952 The Diverting History of John Gilpin by William Cowper; illustrated by Ronald Searle; printed by the Chiswick Press (later reissued as a King Penguin). Bound in white card wrappers with a gray dust jacket. 1,600 copies. $50–$100
1955 Selected Bab Ballads written and illustrated by W. S. Gilbert; bound in black cloth. 1,500 copies. $30–$75
1957 Private Angelo by Eric Linklater; bound in vellum-covered boards; endpapers by David Gentleman. This is probably first book to be printed entirely by photocomposition in the U.K. 2,000 copies. $75–$125
1958 Boxwood and Graver with woodblock prints by a variety of artists; bound in quarter vellum over Japanese wood veneer. 1,500 copies. $75–$150
1961 The Trial of Lady Chatterley edited by C. H. Rolph; illustrated by Paul Hogarth and others; bound in green cloth and a dust jacket. 2,000 copies. $75–$150.
1963 Without Prejudice: One Hundred Letters from Frederick William Rolfe, “Baron Corvo,” to John Lane; edited, with an introduction, by Cecil Woolf; printed on handmade paper with four plates and eight pages of facsimile letters; bound in paper boards with a pink dust jacket. 600 copies. $150–$250
1965 For Such as Are of Riper Years (anonymous); illustrated by Mel Calman; quarter-bound in orange cloth. 2,000 copies. A large, accordion-bound edition was published in 1964 and recalled. Some copies are believed to have been shipped to Australia and may survive. $75–$100 for regular edition; the recalled edition (not pictured), if copies exist, might fetch $1,000 from a determined Penguin completist.