Corsets, Collars, & Chains (1968)
Corsets, Collars, & Chains-A Survey of Non-Criminal Restraints. John Francis Trelawny (Publishers Export Co., Inc., 1968.)
Very scarce, including a Foreword (personal note) by Karen Ellis Trelawny, the author’s wife. Very clean copy, front cover is creased.
"Trelawney takes the reader on a documented tour of bondage in primitive and civilized societies. He tells about chattering women who are muted by their husbands. he describes how a Bondage Society advocates boned-and laced corsets to keep the figure trim. He draws graphic pictures of the Giraffe Women who have their necks stretched by weird collars. It is all here, all the bondage and bizarre restraints ever thought up by man's perverse genius."