Printed at the Curwen Press for William Jackson (Books) Ltd. London, 1929. Hardcover, quarto bound in light green linen and vellum spine. T.e.g. 87 pages. Text block untrimmed and partially deckle-edged. Illustrated with 5 colored (pastel) drawings 8 black and white drawings and 4 headings by John Austen. Limited edition of 850 copies, this being number 225. “Disraeli’s father, Isaac, also a writer, considered The Infernal Marriage and the novel it immediately followed, Ixion in Heaven, to be his son’s most original contribution to literature.” ( The letters of Benjamin Disraeli Volume I 1815 – 1834). No previous ownership marks. Book is clean and unmarked, with very slight bow to front board. Dust-jacket is edge-worn and chipped, with spine age toned. Still a very good copy in poor dust-jacket.