This book, written by George Burchett and which has long been out of print, is an informal record of Burchett's experiences and observations during more than half a century of tattooing in England. George Burchett was the world's most famous tattooist. Burchett tattooed The Great Omi and his royal clients included King Frederick IX of Denmark and King George V of England. There are scores of anecdotes and stories contained in this book-- stories of curious situations in which the "King of Tattooists" found himself.
Published in 1958 by Oldbourne Book Company, London
8½ x 5½, Hardcover