A Book of Images Drawn by W. T. Horton and Introduced by W. B. Yeats. London: Unicorn Press, 1898. Pp 61. Sixteen page introduction followed by pen & ink drawings by Horton. Original half velum buckram boards, title in gilt to spine, occasional light spotting otherwise a near fine copy. Contains 32 images of mystical imaginary places created by Horton and selected by Yeats in the stark style of Aubrey Beardsley. Hoeton was inducted into the Golden Dawn Occult Society with Yeats as his sponsor. 'A Book of Images! Is Horton's masterpiece, representing a "synaesthesia of mystical visions." as noted by Yeats in the introduction.