Brangwyn's depiction of the 14 stations of the cross, finely printed on 14 letterpress sheets.
From the publisher's announcement:
Auad Publishing is privileged and honored to reprint these interpretation of The Way of the Cross by special permission from David Brangwyn. It was first published in 1935 by Hodder & Stoughton in a Deluxe limited 250 copies with a commentary by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. This reprint will be a very limited number especially designed portfolio with a four page essay by Dr. Libby Horner from England who is considered the world’s leading authority on this artist.
This edition is limited to 700 numbered plus 50 copies hors commerce (I to L). The plates measure 11" x 14” and printed in letterpress on Teton 80 lb. stock by D.T. Printing in, San Francisco with a sturdy portfolio-box by Regent Publishing Services Ltd.