Kingston, Ontario: Thee Hellbox Press, s.a. . Tall octavo, 28.7 x 17 cm. Cased in quarter pink and gilt accented Bangladeshi marbled paper, with blue Japanese Sume Sora paper covered boards, and printed title to the upper cover; the upper cover is also decorated with two dancers appearing in relief, having been embossed into the binder’s board; endpapers of the same marbled paper as that used for the spine-strip; all edges untrimmed. Unpaginated [pp. 32]. A fine copy. The text was set in Garamond roman linotype, and its accompanying italic, and printed on St. Armand rag paper; the Thee Hellbox turtle press device has been incorporated into the paper as a unique watermark by David Carruthers of the St. Armand Paper Mill. Illustrated with a soft-block frontispiece, in three colours, by Hugh Barclay. One of 99 copies, of which this is number 33. Item #195
The papers used were selected to show the joining of East and West.