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Sir Winston S. Churchill, Honorary Citizen...

Worcester: St. Onge. Fine. 1963. Hardcover. Miniature; 128mo; Red morocco gilt, aeg, 2 7/16" x 1 11/16". **Massmann #23, 1st ed. .


The Role Of The Mann Family Of Dedham, Massachusetts In The Marbling Of Paper in Nineteenth-Century America and in the Printing of Music, the Making of Cards, and Other Booktrade Activities

By Wolfe, Richard J

[Chestnut Hill Ma]: Privately Printed. Fine. 1981. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; Cloth and marbled boards, [13], 145p., colophon leaf ,16 tipped in examples of marbled paper, index. K .


A Lively Look At Papermaking

By Valls I Subira, Oriol

North Hills PA: Bird & Bull Press. Fine. 1980. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; Decorated paper boards, facsimile illustrations, unpaginated. **One of 300 copies. Bound by Edward G. Parrot II. .


Bird & Bull Pepper Pot

By Morris, Henry

North Hills PA: Bird & Bull Press. Fine. 1977. First Edition. Hardcover. 4to 11" - 13" tall; Quarter bound in Oasis leather by E.G. Parrot with paste paper sides, 84p. **Copy #210 of about 250 copies printed. With prospectus. .


A Pair On Printing: Atkyns' The Original And Growth Of Printing. William Caslon And the First English Type Specimen Book. Reproduced in Facsimile with Introductions by Carey S. Bliss

By Atkyns

North Hills PA: Bird & Bull Press. Fine. 1982. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. 8vo; Dutch natural linen with paper spine binding by Gray Parrot, 137p., frontispiece, bibliography. **One of 500 copies, with prospectus. .


Three Legends Of The Christ Child By Fiona Macleod

By [Sharp, William]

Portland ME: Thomas B. Mosher. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket; Wraps worn at bottom inch and top . half inch of spine.. 1908. Card Covers. Ideal Series of Little Masterpieces; Vol. 10; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; Green decorated wraps, xi, 41p. **Bishop's Mosher Press #410: only edition. .


Freedom Of The Press: Four Broadsides, With Notes By Berthold Wolpe, Printed for the Members of the Printing Historical Society.

By Wolpe, Berthold

London: Printing Historical Society. Very Good. 1969. First Edition Thus. Broadside. Folio ; 550mm by 356mm broadside folded to 4to, illustrated, decorative printing, etc. **Printing Historical Society Publication VII complete in four facsimile sheet and one descriptive text sheet with bibliographical information. **1: Typographical broadside: The Printer's Address to the Queen, & Her Majesty's Tribute to the Press in answer (1820). **2: Lithograph: `La Charte est une verite... donc, la presse est parfaitement libre (1831). **3: Lithograph: Descente dans les Ateliers de la Liberte de la Presse (1833). **4: Typographical broadside: Commemoration of the Enactment of Parliamentary Reform (1832). .


The Apha Letter: The American Printing History Association

NY: APHA. Very Good-. 1975-83. Softcover. 4to 11" - 13" tall; Numbers 1-52, lacking #46, stapled. .


The Advertisers Library Of Cover Paper Classics (Spine Title)

[Holyoke MA]: Advertisers Paper Mills. Good+; Small blemish on rear board, minor soiling, internally VG.. [ca1930's]. Hardcover. 4to 11" - 13" tall; Plain brown boards, gilt spine title within double gilt rules, blank pages, about one inch thick. .


A Croppe Of Kisses, Selected Lyrics Of Ben Jonson Chosen, With An Appreciation, by John Wllis

By Jonson, Ben

Golden Cockerel Press. Spine worn with loss of most top-grain on the front, cloth boards . soiled, internally VG.. 1937. First Edition. Hardcover. Small folio; Half red morocco, cloth boards with the press's devise in gilt, 48, [1], [2]p., title page printed in three colors. **Copy #132 of 250 copies. .


The Eemis Stane

By [Grieve, Christopher Murray] Hugh MacDiarmid

Northampton MA: Gehenna Press. Very Good; Very slight soiling in margin else as new.. 1967. First Edition Thus. Broadside. Elephant Folio 23" tall; Broadside poem with text printed in red, portrait by Leonard Baskin and translation printed in black. **One of 450 unsigned copies of a total edition of 500. .


Manhattan, An Ode By Joseph I.c. Clarke. Henry Hudson, An Essay Be  Elbert Hubbard
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Manhattan, An Ode By Joseph I.c. Clarke. Henry Hudson, An Essay Be Elbert Hubbard

By Clarke, Joseph I. C

[East Aurora]: Roycrofters. Slight loss of surface of spine cloth else VG.. [1910]. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; Pictorial boards, cloth spine with leather label, top edge gilt, ribbon, 62 pages plus colophon leaf printed in red. **title page and cover illustration by Dard Hunter. .


A Portfolio Honoring Harold Hugofor His Contribution To Scholarly Printing

By [Hugo, Harold]

Meriden-Stinehour Press. Very Good+. 1978. First Edition. Non-Book. 4to 11" - 13" tall; Publisher's rust colored cloth portfolio box containing 36 examples of fine printing containg illustrations or facsimiles, some signed by the artist, with essays and tributes, and recounts his experiences at Meriden Gravure. .


Pages From The Press: The Stinehour Press

By [Drenttel, William & Jessica Helfand]

Lunenburg VT: Stinehour Press. Very Good; One corner creased, rear cover partially faded.. [1997]. First Edition. Softcover. 4to 11" - 13" tall; Heavy gray paper wraps, titled in gilt on spine and gilt and black on front cover, 65 pages,some illustrations in color, 3 mounted specimens. "Consists of specimen pages from various publications designed and printed at the Stinehour Press, 1991-1997. **Inscribed "Gift from `Rocky' Stinehour 30 July 1998."; Signed by One Author .


Pervigilium Veneris Incerti Auctoris Carmen De Vere. The Eve Of Venus In Latin And English, Edited and Translated with a Commentary by R. W. Postgate

By Postgate, R. W

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.. Very Good-; Slip case is shabby and broken at bottom, booklet shows . light wear at the corners.. 1924. First American Edition. Softcover. Large 8vo; Batik paper wraps, title label on front cover, [36]p., bi-lingual text printed within or decorative red border. **Copy 54 of 260 copies for the U.S. market, signed. Printed at the Pelican Press, London.; Signed by Author .


Five On Paper: A Collection Of Five Essays On Papermaking, Books And Relevant Matters

By Morris, Henry (Comp. )

North Hills: Bird & Bull Press. Very Good+; The front end-papers have a quarter inch of browning . around the outer edges, the balance of the paper has the toning only . on the protruding deckle edges.. 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 59, [1] pages; Full red morocco, spine divided into 6 panels by raised bands, deckle edges, illustrated. **Taylor A4: Copy 93 of 169 numbered copies. This color leather might be a variant as this copy came from a personal friend of Henry Morris. **Included is the prospectus for the book, being a ten inch square sheet of Green's hand made paper, folded twice upon itself to make a five inch square mailer. The prospectus is hand addressed by Henry Morris, stamped and postmarked. There is also a six line note in which he suggests "might be of some inspiration for a special short-run mailing some day." **The contents are: A Collection of Notes Written in the Vat-House of an Old Devonshire Paper Mill, Dard Hunter; A Letter from Kent, J. Barcham Green; Adventurous Papermaking, John Mason; More Adventures in Papermaking, Henry Morris; & The Pleasures of Paper are Infinite, Norman H. Strouse. .


The Passionate Pirate
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The Passionate Pirate

By Strouse, Norman H

North Hills: Bird & Bull Press. Fine; There is only the slightest bit of toning where the deckle . edge protrudes. This copy is not "browned as usual.". 1964. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; 91, [1] pages; Plain half brown morocco and patterned boards, without title, 6 illustrations, bibliography. **Taylor A5. In an edition of 200 numbered copies this is copy "H. M." Binding sample, in black ink, and in blue ink "The first finished copy- for my old buddy Jack... 8/19/64 Henry Morris." .


A Babylonian Anthology, Translated From Arkadian By William White, Jr

By White, William, Jr. (Trans. )

North Hills: Bird & Bull Press. Spine faded as usual, without prospectus, errata and sample script . cards, else VG plus.. 1966. First Edition. Hardcover. 4to ; 83 pages; Half teal goatskin by Sangorski & Sutcliffe title iln gilt on front panel, deckle edges, color illustrations, bibliography, index. **Copy 66 of 200, inscribed "For my old buddy Jack, Henry 11/15/66."; Signed by Illustrator .


Printing In Relation To Graphic Art

By French, George

Cleveland: The Imperial Press. Good; Spine label lacks small corner, extremeties worn, stamp on . front end paper, internally about VG.. 1903. First Edition. Hardcover. Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall; [7], 114, [1] pages; Cloth & marbled boards, deckle edge. **"This edition consists of 1000 numbered copies printed at The Imperial Press Cleveland, Ohio, in November, 1903, of which this is number," This copy is not numbered. Hart #118. Note that the limitation of this copy is 1/1000, not 1/935, and that the main pagination is 114, not 118. .


Three Erfurt Tales, 1497-1498. Translated Into English By Dr. Arnold H. Price, With an Introduction by Lessing J. Rosenwald

By Price, Arnold H. (Trans. )

North Hills: Bird & Bull Press. Very Good+. 1962. First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo ; viii, 62, ii, [2] pages; Cloth, title in gilt on spine and front board, with prospectus which is 12" by 8.75" and printed in three colors. **Copy 299 of 310: Taylor A3. From the Prospectus: "All of the twenty-four original woodcuts are reproduced; for the flyleaf, a colored paper has been made with a watermark of the coat of arms of the city of Erfurt." .


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