Facsimile of the unique copy consisting of 9 plates in the Huntington Library and one (the title page) in the collection of Geoffrey Keynes. Before making this set of prints in or about 1794, Blake apparently destroyed his original prints of 1788. "Published ... for the William Blake Trust, London"--Leaf . "662 copies ... 36 copies numbered I to XXXVI ... each containing a set of proofs shewing the progressive stages of the collotype printing of the plates. 600 copies numbered 1 to 600 ... 26 copies numbered A to Z, reserved for the trustees of the William Blake Trust and the publishers"--Leaf . Colophon: The publication of this facsimile of All Religions are One by William Blake was made possible by the generosity of the H.E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, California, who allowed the plates in their collection to be photographed for reproduction, and of Sir Geoffrey Keynes, who lent original material from his collection. The edition consists of 662 copies, printed on Arches pure rag paper made to match the paper used by Blake. 36 copies numbered I to XXVI, bound in full leather morocco, each containing a set of proofs shewing the progressive stages of the collotype printing of the plates. 600 copies numbered 1 to 600, bound in quarter leather morocco with hand-marbled paper sides. 26 copies numbered A to Z, reserved for the Trustees of the William Blake Trust and the Publishers. The plates were reproduced in Paris in the workshops of Trianon Press (France) by the collotype process, with some water-colour washes added by hand. The editorial matter was printed by the Imprimerie Darantiere, Dijon; the binding was by Engel, Malakoff, and the hand-made slip-case by Adine, Paris. The book was produced and published, under the supervision of Mr. Arnold Fawcus, by the Trianon Press, Château de Boissia, Clairvaux, Jura, France, and is distributed throughout the world by Bernard Quaritch Ltd., 5 to 8 Lower John Street, Golden Square, London W1V 6AB. "Description and bibliographical statement" (leaves - at end) signed: Geoffrey Keynes.
Culture Class Collection copy is no. 289 out of 662 copies.