[London: ]: Susan Allix, . One of fifteen regular copies out of a total edition of twenty-five copies. Of the twenty-five copies, Copy Number 1 had paintings, copies 2-15 had original etchings based on the paintings, and copies xvi to xxv had reproductions made from the etchings or paintings. This is Copy no. xxiii. Signed by Susan Allix. Six color etchings accompanied by a descriptive passage or story printed by letterpress in 14pt. Baskerville. Paper for text and etchings is Saunders Waterford. A fine copy. Purple, yellow and cream-colored wrappers, stitched at spine in yellow. In acetate and cream-colored board covers. Quarto.  pp. Item #15770
"Two incidents led to the making of this book. One was the opportunity to observe the miniature painters of Udaipur and to obtain some of their original pigments for painting, and the other was the strange story told by the man on the train to Bharatpur" (Susan Allix).