(Supplementary to I. 2.)
In 1905 a Small Edition was issued, with the following title-page:–
The | Poetry of Architecture: | or, | The Architecture of the Nations of Europe | Considered in its association with Natural | Scenery and National Character. | By | John Ruskin, LL.D., D.C.L., | Honorary Student of Christ Church, and Honorary Fellow | of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. | With Illustrations drawn by the Author. | London | George Allen, 156, Charing Cross Road | 1905 | [All rights reserved.]
Crown 8vo, pp. xiv. +350. On the reverse of the title-page, the imprint “Printed by Ballantyne, Hanson & Co. | At the Ballantyne Press.”
Issued Feb. 15, 1905, in green cloth, with top-edges gilt; lettered on the back “Ruskin | The | Poetry | of | Architecture.” Price 6s. 1000 copies.
The edition was reprinted from that of 1893, the illustrations being, where necessary, reduced in size.
From electrotype plates of it, a Pocket Edition was issued in 1905, uniform with other volumes in the same ed. (see XV. 6), the title-page being
The Poetry of | Architecture | By | John Ruskin | London: George Allen.
On the reverse of the title-page, “June 1905. All rights reserved.” Price 3s. 6d., reduced in Jan. 1907 to 2s. 6d. 4000 copies.