Perfect for Christmas, or any other snow-laced event, this card features a Keats quotation evoking the frigid, quiet beauty of winter with a hope for the spring to come.
The inside has been left blank for your own festive scribblings. The envelope, a protective sleeve and one of our wax seal stickers are included.
Non-Catholic Cemetery, Rome
This publication from the Keats-Shelley House Press is a fascinating glimpse into the...
This 100% cotton tea towel displays the striking museum logo, which is a graphic...
An Italian translation of a text by Stephen Hebron with colour illustrations.
To Robert Underwood Johnson, 1906
To Horace Smith, May 1822
A Dover soft-back selection of Byron's best known and loved poems
Image: Robert Anning Bell
Inspired by the hand-worn look of our collection's manuscripts, this card features a...
8 x 5.5 cms
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