London: Hanbury Press, 2007. Hard Cover. 184 of 300 copies. Illustrated by Lindsay Brunnock. The Hanbury Press was established by Kate Rochester to pursue her love of making books, particularly type setting, letter press printing, and hand binding. Her success has led to favorable reviews of her work in British newspapers and style periodicals. The text of this book was taken from a work privately printed by the Paris Prefecture of Police in 1883. It is a directory for 'painters, princes, and priests' of some of the most popular courtesans of the time, with descriptions of their physical charms and winning personalities. The thirteen illustrations by Brunnock are hidden inside unopened pages. The book's owner must use a letter opener or sharp knife to slice open the pages to reveal the girls. Small 8vo bound in red silk with gilt title to front cover. Fine condition. 64 pages. PRI/102808. Fine.