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By John Willie

Eros D'Antan collection
The books of this sequence acquire "the best" in erotic illustrations, from the early 1900s to the1950s.
From the decisions of numerous high quality works by way of unknown authors to the anthologies of well-established artists akin to Umberto Brunelleschi and John Willie.

An illustrated anthology from John Willie's tremendous hard-to-find journal matters (1946-56), reproducing the easiest textual content and photographs through the grasp of Bizarre.
An anastatic version, together with the total strange index.

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