1970. London: Trianon Press, 1970.
4to, 10 facsimile leaves and 5 pp. of commentary. Original quarter green morocco, backstrip browned, marbled boards, with slipcase.
§ Copy 351 of 662 copies including 36 de luxe copies numbered I-XXXVI, 600 regular copies numbered 1-600 and 26 copies lettered A-Z reserved for the trustees of the William Blake Trust and the Publishers. Bentley, Blake Books, 5. All Religions are One (c. 1788) is “a small tractate, perhaps Blake’s first experiment in his illuminated printing, [it] exists in only one copy. It affirms that the Imagination ‘is the true man’... and thus early Blake had completed his revolutionary theory of the nature of man and proclaimed the unity of all true religions.” ((Damon, Blake Dictionary). Item #107980