Over the years until about 1938 literally hundreds of the so-called Stevengraphs were produced, featuring every subject imaginable.
Three years after the slump, Stevens had created a new market and his woven bookmarks, which he called by the patented name of Stevengraphs, were selling like hot cakes.
Sadly, however, fashions were changing and by about 1914, demand for Stevengraphs dwindled.
The hallmarks of a good collectable Stevengraph are brightly coloured silks, with an unstained and original card mount.
Lady Godiva's Procession, a Stevengraph with a saleroom estimate of PS40-PS60 ALL PHOTOGRAPHS: Peter Wilson auctioneers