Hubbard, Elbert. The Man of Sorrows. East Aurora, NY: The Roycrofters, 1904. Limited to 102 copies on Japan Vellum, of which this is #20. Signed in Hubbard's name. This book measures 8" x 6" and has 150 pages. All ornaments and initials have been hand illuminated. Bound by Harry Avery (signed "HA" on the rear turn-in) in full dark brown crushed morocco with a stippled design extending from the spine bands, terminating in triangular light brown inlays. Spine features gilt lettering and two small rectangular inlays at top in bottom, done in light brown with a small red leaf design inlaid, in the style of intarsia. Features the armorial bookplate of Victor Davis Stibolt. A rare example of Avery's superb binding work. "Harry Avery, [was] one of Kinder's most inventive assistants [at the Roycroft Press]" (Head, Heart and Hand, Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters). Some light rubbing to edges, corners, and spine bands. Slight fading to gilt lettering at spine. Measures approx. 6" x 8".