London, Rees & O'Neill, 2003.
Octavo; full Nigerian goatskin with gilt lettering (the author and title on the spine, the author's initials on the front cover); printed letterpress on Zerkall mould-made paper, bottom edge uncut; a fine copy with the cloth slipcase.
Published in an edition of only 87 copies ('75 copies, numbered 1-75, are bound in cloth; 12 copies, numbered I-XII, are bound in Nigerian goatskin. All copies are signed by the author'). This is copy number V. Not only is the colophon signed, as stated, it is also inscribed by the author: 'God's grace is swift, but might not the great blade of tempered steel, being heavier than a pebble and being greased with tallow, be swifter?' (see page 13). The title page is also signed by the author.