THE STORY OF PEPITA AND CORINDO. New Castle, Virginia: Cheap Street, . Octavo, printed wrappers. First edition. One of 75 numbered copies comprising the "slipcased edition," signed on tipped in plate by Cowper and artist Richard Salvucci. This issue accompanied by a small booklet, limited to 75 numbered copies, printing Cowper's short story, "The Young Student." Fine copies enclosed in a linen slipcase. (#171981).
"The Story of Pepita and Corindo was printed on / Andorra text. There were twenty-six lettered presenta- / tion copies reserved for private distribution. Ninety- / nine ordinary edition copies were handsewn into wrap- / pers of Gainsborough with parchment endpapers. / The signature plate is rives de lin, a 75% rag / 25% linen / paper mould made in France by Arjomari / Seventy-five copies were handsewn into covers of / covers of Canson Mi-Teintes made by Canson & Montgolfier in / France, with endpapers of kinwashi; the slipcases were / handmade by J. Anthony Haverstick. These slipcased / books were signed by both the writer Richard Cowper / and the artist Richard Salvucci" on colophon page.