1963. London: Trianon Press, 1963.
Folio, 18 color facsimile leaves, 8 pages commentary. Full blue morocco, contents a bit foxed, slipcase.
§ Edition de luxe, #19 of an edition limited to 20 copies with additional proof sheets, progressive plates, original stencil, etc. “America was the first of Blake’s books to name a place [Lambeth] in the imprint... which was an act of defiant courage... for the first time he designated one of his books as “a prophecy”... he concentrated particularly on the dramatic events in Boston... Blake continued his tale in Europe and then to make the cycle of continents complete he wrote “Africa” and “Asia”giving a general title of all four: The Song of Los.” (Damon, Blake Dictionary). One of the rarest Trianon Press publications and the first de luxe edition we’ve seen in many years. Bentley, Blake Books, A9. Item #110688