Dublin: The Cuala Press, 1938. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Original linen backed boards with paper label. The remainder of the board is in blue paper on board, lettered in black. From a limited edition of 450 copies. This copy signed by Yeats on the title page. 8vo. Printed at the press of the author's sister, Elizabeth Corbet Yeats. Minor foxing to the linen spine and also some minor wear to the paper label. Previous owner name to the front free endpaper but, since the ink was blue and the endpapers are also blue, this does not stand out very much at all. This copy also comes with a buff plain dust jacket that appears very modern but also quite helpful. This volume contains the now famous lines from "The Municipal Gallery Revisited, - Think where man's glory most begins and ends, And say my glory was, I had such friends."