The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell. With an introduction and commentary by Sir Geoffrey Keynes. Designed by Arnold Fawcus and produced by The Trianon Press, Paris.

London & New York: Oxford University Press, 1975. 8vo: xxvii [xxviii], [27] pp. Title-page in sepia and 27 plates including title-page in color in double-page spreads alternating with those bearing notes to the plates. Original blue cloth, with lettering in silver to backstrip, original blue cloth slip case with illustrations tipped onto top and bottom covers. Trade edition, in the best binding (also issued without slipcase, and in paperback). Plates printed in 6 and 7-color offset by Fernand Chenot, Imprimerie Modern du Lion, Paris, on paper especially manufactured to match the tint of that used by Blake. Bentley, Blake Books Supplement p. 100. (Item Id: 107585)

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