DRESS, being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the UnChristian Apparel Favoured by Females. Eric | frontispiece wood Gill, John DePol, line engravings of Eric Gill's original blocks.
DRESS, being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the UnChristian Apparel Favoured by Females
DRESS, being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the UnChristian Apparel Favoured by Females
DRESS, being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the UnChristian Apparel Favoured by Females
DRESS, being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the UnChristian Apparel Favoured by Females
DRESS, being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the UnChristian Apparel Favoured by Females

DRESS, being an Essay in Masculine Vanity and an Exposure of the UnChristian Apparel Favoured by Females

Coucil Bluff, IA: Yellow Barn Press, 1986. Hard Cover. Near Fine binding. Item #6176

12mo. [4 (blank)], [4], 15, [1], [6 (blank)] pp., frontis, illus. Limited edition, number 109 of 200 copies, with signed note by the printer Neil Shaver on a Yellow Barn Press note card. As issued, in blue cloth with printed paper label on the spine and the front cover. A bright, clean copy in nearly Fine condition. Originally issued in 1921 by the St. Dominic's Press, Shaver uses the line engravings originally employed in the first edition. One might comment on the contents, but Gill's subtitle lets you know what you in for! Evan Gill 7.

Price: $125.00