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Publisher: Brooklyn, NY, Merganthaler Linotype Co, 1930
Edition: 1st thus.
12mo. One of 400 copies printed in Linotype Granjon on Kelmscott hand-made paper. Quarter parchment with marbled paper-covered boards." Reprint of the original which was published in Frankfort in 1568. Six engraved illustrations representing the printing trades: the printer, bookbinder, type-founder, papermaker, draughtsman and woodcutter as well as the original verses by Hans Sachs, a popular Nuremberg poet. With an additional leaf loosely laid in showing the text of tw... View more info
Publisher: San Francisco, The Book Club of California, 1999
Edition: 1st ed.
First Edition. Small 4to, dark blue-green cloth, paper spine label. 323 pages. Plain white dust jacket, except for spine title and large "G" on front. Limited to 450 unnumbered copies. Illustrated with photogeaphs. The definitive work on the Greenwood Press. Bibliographical Checklist. Index. Original prospectus laid in. Pristine copy in a fine D/w with a few light finger smudges on back of d/w. View more info
Avigon et Lyon, Seguin et chez l’auteur, 1777. 12mo, full vellum. 207 pp. An early guide to rare-book collecting; a priced-catalog of books sold by Jean-François de Los Rios, with annotations. de Los Rios (1727-1820) was a noted bookseller in Lyon, famously taking advantage of the dispersion of Jesuit libraries after the order was expelled from France in 1764. The Bibliographie instructive was one of his early works, published after more than 17 years as a bookseller ... View more info
Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Co, 1931
Edition: 1st ed.
1st ed; Limited to 1000 unnumbered copies. 12mo, Marble boards in acetate d/w and slipcase. Ribbon bookmarker. The book is virtually pristine with just some light toning to front and back flyleaves; slipcase also fine; acetate d/w is near fine but with several small open tears. View more info
Publisher: NY, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1931
8vo, marbled boards, black cloth spine lettered in gold, t.e.g, ribbon place marker. 1st ed. Limited to 1000 copies. An essay published in tribute to McCutcheon who was a noted collector of first editions and a lover of fine books. Introduction by William Dana Orcutt who designed the View more info
By: Dingman, Larry
Publisher: Dinkytown Antiquarian Bookstore, 1986
1st edition (1986)97 pp. A limited edition of 447 copies, the book contains 444 reproductions of original book store marks, mostly from the late 19th century through World War II. Three original marks are tipped in. With an essay on Booksellers' Marks by Michael Adams and introduction by Dingman. Fine copy without d/w, as issued. View more info
By: Chapman, R.W.
Publisher: London / New York, Constable & Co / Richard R. Smith, 1930
8vo, 1/4 vellum marbled boards. 70 pp. Limited to 500 copies. Fine View more info
By: Caxton, William
Publisher: Carlton & Porter, n.d.. but presumed to be a later printing. 173pp
173pp. plus 2 pp advts.16mo, brown embossed cloth. Fair: several chips at top and bottom of spine; end papers discolored; light dampstain on top edge; scattered light foxing. View more info
Brooklyn: Gryphon Books, 1994. 8vo, wrappers. 84 pp. Pristine copy; 1st edition of this indispensable reference for Hammett and Chandler collectors. limited to only 500 copies. As-new. View more info
By: Mencken, H. L.
Publisher: Robert T. McBride & Company, 1927
First edition. 12mo stapled slate blue wrappers. Simultaneously published in hardcover. 32 pp. biographical and bibliographic study by the noted critic. Published for free distribution to promote the Kalki Edition of Cabell's works. Fine. View more info
By: Mencken, H.L.
Publisher: NY, Robert T. McBride & Company, 1927
First edition. 12mo stapled slate blue wrappers. Simultaneously published in hardcover. 32 pp. biographical and bibliographic study by the noted critic. Published for free distribution to promote the Kalki Edition of Cabell's works. View more info
Publisher: San Francisco, The Grabhorn Press, 1938
Produced for Roy Vernon Sowers by the Grabhorn Press and limited to an edition of 525 unnumbered copies. A portion of The Chronicles of St. Denis dealing with the life of Joan of Arc. Illustrated from woodcuts from the original edition of 1493. Black and red printing on heavy laid paper. Powder blue paper boards, the coat-of-arms of Joan printed on the front, ivory linen cloth and paper spine label. A fine copy; very light surface wear - pristine interior with original ... View more info
Publisher: Paris: Dorbon Aine, 1928
Edition: 1st ed,
8vo, softcovers rebound in gray cloth. Classic reference on the art of the woodcut, with emphasis on the revival of the art in Western Europe during the first quarter of the 20th century. 239 woodblocks, 9 in color. 177 original illustrations. No. 18 of 1000 copies; a prior owner has neatly written in pencil which woodcuts are originals and which previously published; owner's inked name on front flyleaf, otherwise a fine copy in original paper wraps, subsequently reboun... View more info
Publisher: London, Blackie and Son, 1885
Edition: 1st ed.
4to, xviii, 34  pp, with 9 mounted chromolithographed plates heightened with gold and numerous black and white illustrations. Original gray cloth, upper cover stamped in guilt. First edition of this late but good technical work on illuminating. Loftie was an antiquary and historian whose artistic judgment was much valued at the time; he advised Kate Greenaway to illustrate books for children. Very good: lightly rubbed along spine; front hinge cracked but fully intact... View more info