London, Printed by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press for Macmillan & Co., 1893.
Octavo, [iv], 70,  (blank) pages printed in red and black in Golden type, with a wood-engraved title and woodcut ornaments and initials.
Full limp vellum with green silk ties, lettered in gilt on the spine; covers very lightly spotted; three ties a little frayed, with the fourth (at the rear) torn short; a near-fine copy in a contemporary slipcase lettered 'Tennyson's Maud | Kelmscott Edition' (a little rubbed and lacking the narrow panel opposite the opening), with a small name-stamp and private library number on the front flyleaf.
One of only 500 copies on paper (a further five copies were printed on vellum). Peterson A17.