London: World's End Press, 1974.
After producing a portfolio of plates titled 'Aphrodite', Brunskill purchased a nineteenth century Lion platen press built for Frederick Ulmer. 'The Romaunt of the Rose' was the second book printed on the press, with type composition by Edward Ash. The poem was started in French by Guillaume de Loris in 1237 and translated by Chaucer shortly thereafter.Item #913
Edition limited to 75 copies, with an original double page etching signed by the artist, 290mm x 410mm, 54 pages printed on De Wint handmade paper, edges uncut, blind blocked frontis, vibrant pictorial boards; a fine copy.