Muir, Percy H. Points 1874-1930: Being Extracts from a Bibliographer's Note-Book. London: Constable & Co. LTD, 1931. Limited Edition. 
Publisher's vellum-backed marbled boards, light scuffing, some darkening to spine, 22.5 cm (8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches). Clean text, partly unopened, tight. xvii., (1), 168 pp. "With four plates in Collotype, six facsimiles in line and supplementary pates for additional notes." Very good. Hardcover.
500 copies printed.
One of the series Bibliographia: Studies in Book History and Book Structure, edited by Michael Sadlier.
This delightful work treats with modern literature.
Percy Horace Muir (1894-1979), "distinguished English antiquarian bookseller whose pioneering, elegant, erudite works about historical children's books helped define the subject as worth of serious attention." - The Oxford Encyclopedia of Children's Literature.
"Muir was an influential figure among booksellers and book collectors around the world...[His] publications include several bibliographies and contributions to bibliographical journals...He composed numerous letters, essays, and addresses on book collecting, including the immensely popular Book Collecting as a Hobby: Letters to Everyman (1944) and its sequel in 1949." - entry at goodreads online.