Steyning: The Vine Press, 1920. Cloth and decorated boards, paper label. Woodcut illustrations. Boards somewhat tanned and rubbed, foretips bumped, endsheets show the inevitable tanning, spine label chipped and tanned (the spare is still present in back), otherwise a very good copy. First edition of the first book printed by Victor Neuberg, Aleister Crowley's former protégé and accomplice in a notorious bit of magick. One of 550 numbered copies, of 590. Woodcuts by Eric and Percy West. Neuberg was later the poetry editor of THE SUNDAY REFEREE, and was in large part responsible for the publication of Dylan Thomas's first book. It is possible that some of the anonymous verse printed herein was of his own composition. TOMPKINSON 1. (Inventory #: WRCLIT75989)
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