Cobourg, Collector Grade Publications Incorporated, 1998.
Small oblong folio, xxxviii, 542 pages with 686 illustrations plus colour pictorial endpapers.
Synthetic cloth; edges very lightly foxed; essentially a fine copy with the dustwrapper lightly foxed on the verso.
'The result of over twenty years of research, this is the most complete account ever published of the life and times of Colonel Isaac Newton Lewis, and his crowning invention, the Lewis Automatic Machine Gun, as well as other arms designs including the Lewis "shock action" and other automatic rifles, and Lewis .45 caliber pistols' (dustwrapper blurb). Produced and edited by R. Blake-Stevens.