Wakefield: the Fleece Press, 1993.
One of twelve special copies only bound in full vellum. Total edition 112 copies. Introduction by Allen Freer. Printer’s Note by Simon Lawrence. Set in Monotype Caslon and printed in red and black on Gampi vellum. Small folio. 12 x 8.75 ins. Bound in full vellum by Smith Settle. Gilt spine titling. Celebrating the centenary of John Nash’s birth. The twenty one wood engravings are printed on vellum from the original blocks – including seven engravings from “Poisonous Plants”. This copy belonged to Allen Freer, educator, writer, art critic, art collector and friend of John Nash. A very fine copy in original cream cloth covered drop-back box lined with green paper. Paper spine label on box.