Fielding, Mantle. Catalogue of The Engraved Work of David Edwin. Philadelphia: Privately printed, 1905. Limited Edition. No. 45 of 100 copies, signed by the author on the limitation page. 
Likely issued in wrappers, this copy is bound in blue buckram and is ex-historical society library. 8 3/4 x 11 1/2 inches, library label base of spine, ink name stamp on tp, xv., 61, (1) clean pp., title page partially cracked at hinge. Good. Hardcover.
A descriptive list of 263 items, with index.
David Edwin (1776-1841), b. Bath, England; d. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Edwin became renown for his stipple engravings. He studied engraving in England and Holland, and came to America in 1797.
"At first employed by the Philadelphia publisher, J. B. Freeman, early in 1798 he entered the workshop of Edward Savage with whom he was associated until 1801. He made an independent reputation shortly after leaving Savage by his engravings of several portraits by Gilbert Stuart. Edwin continued to engrave, chiefly in Philadelphia, until about 1831." - The New-York Historical Society's Dictionary of Artists in America, 1564-1860. (1957).