Dover Publications do a sterling job keeping a lot of great literature available at very cheap prices, as well as some great art collections and early graphic novels by the likes of Lynd Ward. But it's also true that much of their literature collection have uninspired covers and not always very sensitive typography. However, their most recent Henry James reissue, What Maisie Knew, uses the cover originally created for Anchor in the 1950s by the late Edward Gorey (about who I've written a lot in the past).
And here's the original Anchor edition:
Compare this with some of their other Jameses, and you'll agree it's a great improvement. More Gorey, please!
Here are two more old Gorey James covers, stolen from E·ratio.