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11 1/4 x 8 3/4" portfolio (28.5cm). Text from the cover reads: "The broadsides in this folder are contributed by exhibitors represented in the exhibition of the Work of Private Presses of Members of the American Institute of Graphic Arts. They are intended to acquaint our members with the aims and activities of the Presses. This keepsake is distributed in advance of the opening of the exhibition in the Institute Rooms at 115 East Fortieth Street, on December 15, 1937" Sixteen presses were represented in the exhibition. Twelve are included. in the portfolio of broadsides. The Library of Congress entry for the portfolio notes that "there may have been four additional samples intended to be published". The twelve presses which have provided broadsides are Amphora, Attic House and Sumac, Golden HInd, Holiday, Overbrook, Journalism Laboratory, Maverick, Prairie, St. Albans, Thomas Perry Stricher, Timothy, and Woolly Whale. Laid in is a 9cm x 19cm printed note from the AIGA that reads: "For the purposes of its forthcoming Exhibition of Private Press Books of Members / A Private Press is defined as one founded by a private individual (or group), primarily for the pleasure of the founder and the distribution of its output by him -- and not for financial gain.  Fine in foldover green wrappers.
PRIVATE PRESSES OF MEMBERS
American Institute of Graphic Arts
New York: A.I.G.A., 1937.
Price: $395.00
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26.5 x 17.5cm, being a talk by Mardersteig about Zapf and an article by Zapf about Mardersreig, translated from the German by Margaret L. Ford and the first editions of both in English. An edition of 1,000 copies printed from Optima type. Very fine, sewn into heavy grey wrappers, titled in blue.
LAUDATIO FOR HERMANN ZAPF and IN MEMORIAM GIOVANNI MARDERSTEIG
Mardersteig, Giovanni and Zapf, Hermann
New York: Kelly/Winterton Press, 1983.
Price: $30.00
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Quarto, 16pp., published by Champion Papers as The Printing Salesman's Herald # 14, with biographical and typographical information about Hammer and his American Uncial type, a list of Hammer's wlork under different press imprints, and profuse illustrations. Fine in tan wrappers stamped in blind and printed in black and terra cotta inks.
VICTOR HAMMER / ARTIST AND MASTER OF THE PRINTING ART
Middleton, R. Hunter
Chicago: Champion Papers, 1965.
Price: $15.00
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Small octavo (8 3/8" x 5 1/2"), unpaged (16pp.), number 144 of 300 copies, sewn into grey wrappers with a paste-on white title label. Very fine.
ON HAND PRINTING / 2 LETTERS FROM WILLIAM EVERSON
Everson, William
Berkeley, California: Anacapa Books, 1980.
Price: $30.00
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12mo, 12pp. A collection of proverbial Irish sayings in triad form, such as: "Three things that are always ready in a decent man's house: beer, a bath, a good fire". The colophon states" First printed in August 1955 as the fourth part of the Dolmen Chapbook & here reset and reprinted at the Dolmen Press 23 Upper Mount Street Dublin Ireland August 1957". Endpapers slightly browned, mild corner crease to title page else very good in red, yellow and grey patterned paper on boards, red cloth spine, tiny abrasion to top corner of front board.
THIRTY THREE TRIADS TRANSLATED BY THOMAS KINSELLA FROM THE IRISH
Kinsella, Thomas, translator
Dublin: The Dolmen Press, 1957.
Price: $200.00
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Small octavo, v, (1)pp., including the catalog of an exhibit at Middlebury in 1995, as well as "Three For Wyman" by Howard Munford, Leonard Baskin and Robert Buckeye. The introduction identifies Parker as a Middlebury College graduate, librarian and book collector. A listing of books in the exhibit follows, as well as a facsimile of "A Word in re Wyman Parker" in Leonard Baskin's calligraphy. An edition of 800 copies, with a frontispiece portrait of Wyman Parker by Richard Erickson. Stapled into heavy grey wrappers with Leonard Baskin's crows reproduced on the front and back cover with letterpress printing by Peter Kruty Editions, Brooklyn, New York.  Fine.
WYMAN PARKER OF MIDDLEBURY / BOOKS FROM HIS LIBRARY
Buckeye, Robert, introduction by
Middlebury, Vermont: Friends of the Library, Middlebury College, 1995.
Price: $20.00
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Large square octavo, 9.5 x 9.5", unpaged, (19 French-folded leaves). There is an introduction by Gibson A. Danes, then Dean of the school of Art and Architecture at Yale, a page of comments by Paul Rand, and color illustrations for a dozen trademarks designed by Rand, including Borzoi Books, Westinghouse, IBM and Esquire Magazine. The cover design and typography are by Paul Rand; the general design and printing are by Hiram Ash, then at the School of Art and Architecture at Yale University. This copy is from Hiram Ash's own library. The book was printed in an edition of 450 copies -- a limitation not mentioned in the book but noted in a Wittenborn advertisement in "Typographica" for June, 1961, and, with reason, considered to be the scarcest of Paul Rand books. Faint age-toning to page edges else fine in heavy white wrappers printed in yellow, orange and black, and in the slightly rippled original glassine, which has two tiny tears and a couple of pinhead-sized chips. The price is net.
THE TRADEMARKS OF PAUL RAND / A SELECTION
Rand, Paul
New York: George Wittenborn,Inc, 1960.
Price: $1,500.00
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12mo, 19,(2)pp., an edition of 400 copies printed in Linotype Granjon on Kelmscott hand-made paper. From the original edition of 1568, Merganthaler has chosen six professions and their illustrations: the printer, bookbinder, typefounder, papermaker, draughtsman and woodcutter, each printed recto only with the original accompanying verses by Hans Sachs, a popular Nuremberg poet. A charming book, bound in marbled paper on boards with an ivory parchment spine, and bearing the small bookplate of H. Richard Archer, bibliographer and librarian. Fine.
A TRUE DESCRIPTION OF ALL TRADES
Annan, Jobst, illustrated by
Brooklyn, New York: Mergenthaler Linotype Company, 1930.
Price: $75.00
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Large octavo, xv, 478pp., index,  profusely illustrated in b/w, many illustrations from wood engtravings. Owner's name stamp on the front paste-dqwon endpaper else internally very good in mildly soiled pale green cloth, with a cover pictorial design in black, gilt titles, slighty edge-rubbed.
REDEEMING THE REPUBLIC / THE THIRD PERIOD OF THE WAR OF THE REBE LLION IN THE YEAR 1864
Coffin, Charles Carleton
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1889.
Price: $65.00
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12mo, 182pp. A novel set in the Civil War, the author's first, and apparently only book. Wriught: American Fiction, Volume III, #374. Internally fine in very slighty rubbed blue cloth, red spine mildly sunned.
AN IDYL OF WAR-TIMES
Bartlett, Major W.C.
New York: Lew Vanderpoole Publishing Company, 1890.
Price: $25.00
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Folio, 128, 132, 140 numbered pages, the English-language edition, with covers by Georges Braque, Pierre Bonnard and Georges Rouault. The list of contributors, both artists and writers, still astonishes by its eclectic richness:  -- André Malraux, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, André Gide, Matisse, Chagall, MIro, Jean-Paul Sartre, Brassai, Kandinsky, many oihers. Text paper slightly toned at the edges, else internally fine and without markings of any kind. This set of three is bound in terra-cotta cloth with the single word "VERVE" at the bottom of the front cover in silver, a design repeated at the top of the spine. Light wear to the terra cotta cloth; mild rubbing and shelf wear to the base of the spine and bottom corners. A beautiful copy. The book is oversized and heavy and will require additional postage and insurance, at cost.
VERVE, AN ARTISTIC AND LITERARY QUARTERLY, VOLUME 1, NUMBERS TWO, THREE AND FOUR
Tériade, E, editor and publisher
Paris: Tériade, 1938-1939.
Price: $1,500.00
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NEW WORLDS / GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN ART 1890-1940
Price, Renée, editor
New York: Neue Galerie New York, 2001.
Price: $65.00
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12mo, unpaged , (a single signature of 16pp.) The title page reads: "Notes prepared for an informal discussion between Joseph Blumenthal and the Society of Printers in Boston on December 6, 1961 together with a foreword added in 1969" . The colophon notes that 250 copies of this booklet were designed by Joseph Blumenthal, set in Emerson type and printed at the Spiral Press. Very fine, sewn into greige wrappers.
A TYPOGRAPHIC DISQUISITION
Blumenthal, Joseph and the Society of Printers
New York: The Spiral Press, 1969.
Price: $35.00
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Octavo, unpaged, a single signature of 16pp.), with three b/w drawings by Susan Stone. This is the account of an October afternoon's trap shooting in Connecticut's Litchfield Hills, a competition among the fifteen members of the Six Shooters Trap Club, of which the author, a noted educator and writer, was a member.  The book is one of a limited edition (25 numbered copies, plus "certain additional copies reserved out of series "-- this copy being one of the latter) printed by graphic designer Hiram Ash at his Orchard Press on cream Molina cover and text paper and sewn into heavy wrappers with the cover title printed in red. Very fine, with the prospectus  for the booklet laid in.
"JUST ONE SHOT"
Perretti, John F.
Winsted, Connecticut: The Orchard Press, 1995.
Price: $45.00
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Octavo, viii, 543pp. This is a new, expanded edition, comprising the original volume of 17 stories, plus 15 new tales. Edges just slightly foxed, but otherwise a tight, clean copy, with an uncreased spine that shows that the book was never opened out or, presumably, read. Very good in heavy white wrappers with imprinted (not real!) coffee staIns. This copy is INSCRIBED on the half-title by Ed Sanders.
TALES OF BEATNIK GLORY / Volumes I and II
Sanders, Ed
New York: Citadel Press, 1990(1975).
Price: $50.00
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Octavo, 222pp. Fine in salmon paper on boards, black cloth spine, and a terrific dustjacket, designed by Michael Ian Kaye and Melissa Hayden, showing the front and back of Micheangelo's "David", with the wraparound band (which is present) well-positioned. Fine.
LIFE FORCE
Weldon, Fay
New York: Viking Penguin, 1992.
Price: $35.00
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Octavo, vi, 705pp., with 16 pp. of b/w photographs. For anyone young enough not to remember, Moynihan, besides being a Democratic senator from New York for four terms, was ambassador yo India and the United Nations, as well as a professor at Harvard. And, as evinced by this book, he was a brilliant and elegant writer and thinker. This copy is warmly inscribed by Steven Weisman on the title page. Fine in dustjacket.
DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN / A PORTRAIT IN LETTERS OF AN AMERICAN VISIONARY
(Moynihan, Daniel Patrick) and Weisman, Steven R.
New York: Public Affairs, 2010.
Price: $35.00
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Square octavo, unpaged (approximately 60pp.), the catalogue for an exhibition from February 24 through April 15, 1910 that explores humor in art, with an explanatory text  by Dennis Reed, and works by over a dozen artists, including William Wegman. Profusely illstrated in b/w and color, and bound onto a wire comb and then into printed and laser-cut khaki card stock. Fibne.
NO LAUGHING MATTER / ART AND HUMOR IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Reed, Dennis
Valley Glen, California: Art Gallery, Los Angeles Valley College, 2010.
Price: $35.00
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Quarto, unpaged, with a forreword by Sorel, and a wonderful collection of Sorel's b/w cartoons and  caricatures, many of them, of course, bitingly political, such as the frontispiece of Richard Nixon, titled "Milhous I". Very good in black paper on boards, cloth spine titled  in gilt, and a very sllightly worn and aged dustjacket with two color panels by Sorel. This copy is INSCRIBED on the front free endpaper by Sorel: "For the *** / With affection and good wishes / Ed Sorel / 5/19/81"
SUPERPEN / THE CARTOONS AND CARICATURES OF EDWARD SOREL
(Sorel, Edward) and Ferrara, Lidia, designer and editor
New York: Random House, 1978.
Price: $50.00
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Small octavo, 62pp., with b/w drawings by Peter Green, and additional dialogue by the author's husband, John Mitchell, who was at that time the attorney general of the United States under president Richard Nixon. They lived at the Watergate, where the Nixon scandal broke the next year. By 1973, the couple had separated. An odd sidelight on an odd time in American history. Nicely printed in black and red and internally fine in pale coral wrappers, slightly foxed. and with a sunned spine.
ON WITH THE WIND / MARTHA MITCHELL SPEAKS
Mitchell, Martha
New York: Ballantine Books, 1971.
Price: $20.00
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Large octavo, 15, (13)pp., with a text by the editor followed by pages of typographical quotes and ornaments printed in several colors. This is #73 of approximately 325 copies printed at the Adagio Press and signed by Leonard Bahr. Very fine in heavy wrappers.
TypoGraphia 1
Bahr, Leonard F., editor
Harper Woods, Michigan: The Adagio Press, 1976.
Price: $40.00
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12mo, unpaged (12pp.) A note on the copyright page mentions that "these "Meditations" are selected from those used at The Community Church in Summit, New Jersey", a Unitarian church where Trapp had been the minister from 1945 to 1970. No limitation noted, but the booklet was "hand set in Cloister Oldstyle type and hand printed on dampened Ruysdael all-rag paper".Fine, sewn into tan wrappers with a small b/w title label.
MEDITATIONS WRITTEN OR ARRANGED BY JACOB TRAPP
Trapp, Jacob
Madison, New Jersey: Golden HInd Press, 1954.
Price: $35.00
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6 1/2 x 4 1/2", 38,(5)pp., this being number 64 of 200 copies designed, printed and made into a book by Francis Earl Bonnell at The Bunny Press. Bonnell notes that this story was first published in Harper's New Monthly Magazine for November, 1871. The title page bears, as illustration, an actual 5-cent Johnny Appleseed stamp. Fine in green cloth, paste-on gilt title label.
JOHNNY APPLESEED -- A PIONEER HERO
Haley, W.D.
North East, Pennsylvania: The Bunny Press, 1967.
Price: $35.00
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Octavo, xxxii, 358pp., the third editrion of a book furst puboished in 1912, with an introduction abnd a notations by William T. Stearn, and with 24 b/w plates and 131 illustrations in the text. An appendix lists the principle herbals and related botanical works published between 1470 and 1670. Two one-line  underlinings in the second appendix (a list of sources) else fine in heavy wrappers. A volume in the Cambridge Science Series.
HERBALS / THEIR ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION / A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF BOTANY 1470-1870
Arber, Agnes
Cambridge: Cambidge University Press, 1988(1986).
Price: $25.00
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Quarto, 32pp., with profuse illustrations in color and b/w, and an introductory note about Paul Rand by Mildred Friedman, the magazine's editor. Fine in black and gray heavy wrappers.
DESIGN QUARTERLY 123 / A PAUL RAND MISCELLANY
Rand, Paul (guest designer)
Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1984.
Price: $75.00
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Octavo, 233pp., with profuse watercolor illustrations by Alfred Dubout (1905-1976), both full-page and in the text. Internally fine in slightly bumped and edgeworn paper on boards. Text -- the actual driving code then in France -- is in French.  Utter charm.
CODE DE LA ROUTE / TEXTE OFFICIEL ET COMPLET
Dubout, (Albert), illustrated by
Paris: Maurice Gonon, editeur, 1956.
Price: $125.00
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Folio, 14" x 11", with an introduction by Georgia O'Keeffe, and 51 b/w plates by Stieglitz showing O'Keeffe in the years from 1918 through 1924, printed recto only. Finely produced by Meriden Gravure and the Stinehour Press, and bound in greige paper on boards with a cream cloth spine, pictorial dustjacket and a paper-covered slipcase. The dustjacket is price-clipped, otherwise fine.
GEORGIA O'KEEFFE
Stieglitz, Alfred
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art / Viking Press, 1978.
Price: $150.00
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Large octavo, 21pp., wth two full-page b/w illustrations, and three facsimile autographs in the text (of Edwin Arlingotn Robinson, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Thomas Hardy). An edition of 425 copies, issued as Keepsake No.18 by the Southworth-Anthoensen Press, with the press's presentation card laid in. This copy also bears the library record label of graphic designer and bibliographer Will Ransom, with his hand-written acquisition notes on the label, plus the original mailing label from the press to Ransom at the University of Oklahoma Press. Two shadowy tape marks on the rear patedown, else fine in burnt orange paper on boards, ivory vellum paper spine with a gilt title.
THOMAS HARDY IN MAINE
Weber, Carl J.
Portland, Maine: The Southworth-Anthoensen Press, 1942.
Price: $125.00
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Oblong small octavo, 103pp., with an introductory letter by Helene Weigel, who was Brecht's second wife, and an afterword by Werner Hecht, who was Bertolt Brecht's  biographer as well as that of Helene Weigel. The book is composed of text from Brecht's works, illustrated by 34 drawings in both color and b/w, which are the outcome of a contest for children to illustrate his work. There is a list of the young artists, who ranged between  8 and 16 years of age. The text is in German. Very good in slightly edge-rubbed paper-covered pictorial boards, with a paste-on title label.
KINDERZEICHNUNGEN ZU BRECHT / 34 TAFELN UND DIE TEXTE
Hecht, Werner
Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1970.
Price: $18.00
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Large octavo, (10 1/2" x 6 3/4"), 12, (ii) pp.  An edition of 200 copies, 100 for a meeting of the Washington Chapter of the AIGA and 75 for the Baltimore Bibliophiles. "Life and Hard Times" was originally a talk given at the Roxburghe Club in 1967 and later printed as a keepsake for the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs.  Grover gives impressions of some of the visitors to the Grabhorn Press, including Robinson Jeffers,William Saroyan, Bennett Cerf, Eugene O'Neill, Alfred Knopf, Henry Miller, Edmund Wilson, and Frederic Goudy. Fine, sewn into tomato red wrappers, with a paste-on title label.
LIFE & HARD TIMES OR SHERWOOD GROVER'S TWENTY-FIVE YEARS WITH THE GRABHORN PRESS
Grover, Sherwood
Bethesda, Maryland: The Gallimaufry Press, 1970.
Price: $35.00
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12mo, 23,(ii) pp. First separate edition, (Beinecke bibliography # 552), printed by D.B. Updike at the Merrymount Press. This copy was recased at some point in full red morocco with a single gilt rule, restrained leaf and dot ornaments, and four raised bands on the spine, a design repeated on the turnovers. Top edge gilt. The faintest of rubbing to spine ends; basically fine.
A CHRISTMAS SERMON
Stevenson, Robert Louis
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1900.
Price: $150.00
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Octavo, xi, 338pp., with a glassine-protected color frontispiece and endpapers, and profuse b/w drawings -- all, of course, by Lofting. Faint thinning of the cloth binding at the spine ends, else very good in grey cloth with a pictorial paste-down illustration that repeats the frontispiece.
DOCTOR DOLITTLE'S ZOO
Lofting, Hugh
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1925.
Price: $200.00
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12mo, not paginated (48pp). Written in 1907, the manuscript came to light after Beatrix Potter's death. This edition is beautifully illustrated by Marie Angel. Fine in pale blue pictorial boards and dustjacket.
THE TALE OF THE FAITHFUL DOVE
Potter, Beatrix
New York and London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1970(1956).
Price: $125.00
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Large octavo, 171pp., plus 19 pages reproducing the Calzolari account book. As stated in the introduction, "the account book...was compiled by a Veronese  apothecary...  between the autumn of 1618 and the summer of 1630. It records the expenses he incurred in the printing and distribution of the "Musaeum Francisci Calceolarii," a large illustrated volume comprising a Latin description by two Veronese doctors...of some of the items in the family's natural history collection". This is number 746 of 750 copies printed by the Stinehour Press, with a frontispiece and 12 pp. of b/w illustrations, a transcript of the text, a glossary, an index, and bibliographical information. As new in light brown cloth and a pictoerial marbled dustjacket.
PRINTING A BOOK AT VERONA IN 1622 / The Account Book of Francesco Calzolari Junior
Fahy, Conor, editor and introductio by
Paris: Fondation Custodia, 1993.
Price: $75.00
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4 3/4" x 3", one signature of 8 pp., showing illustrated numbers from 1 to 10. "600 copies were set by hand in foundry tyhpe and ornaments and printed on a Vandercook proof press at Boqwne & Co., Stationers, South Street Seaport Museum, and sewn into grey wrappers, slightly creased.
THE SOUTH STREET COUNTING BOOK
South Street Seaport Museum
New York: South Street Seaport Museum, 1989.
Price: $10.00
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THE KING, THE PIRATE AND THE MAID / A DITHYRAMB IN DOGGEREL FOR OLD AND YOUNG ALIKE
Johnson, Foster Macy
Meriden, Connecticut: Bayberry Hill Press, 1964.
Price: $35.00
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JOHN WARNER BARBER'S VIEWS OF CONNECTICUT TOWNS 1834-36
Bickford, Christopher P. and McNulty, J. Bard, editors
Hartford, CT: The Acorn Club / The Connecticut Historical Society, 1990.
Price: $40.00
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Octavo, unpaged (16pp.), composed of two parts -- first, an appreciation  by the board of directors of Connecticut Printers, of which Brainard was then Chairman; and second, by an autobiographical sketch by Brainard, who spent his entire working life in the printing business in Hartford, first at Case, Lockwood & Brainard, and then at Connecticut Printers, the company formed from a mergers between Case, Lockwood and another printing firm, Kellogg & Bulkeley. Brainard also wrote about Connecticut architecture and local history. Fine in tan paper on boards, terra cotta cloth spine, with its slipcase.
AN APPRECIATION & AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
(Brainard, Newton Case)
Hartford, CT: Connecticut Printers, Incorporated, 1952.
Price: $35.00
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12 mo, unpaged, with the 41 woodcuts designed by Hans Holbein and first published in the 1538 Lyons edition of "The Dance of Death", here reproduced in facsimile, with accompanying texts in Latin, English and French. Ths is one of 950 copies of the trade edition and also number 97 of 100  copies reserved for members of the Cygnet Press. There were also 70 copies of the deluxe edition. The book was conceived and designed by Katharine Homans and Amy  Turner Montague, who printed it together at the Godine Press. There are introductory essays by Philip Hofer and by Amy Turner Montague. Very fine in black cloth on boards and an ivory p[ictorial dustjacket.  An elegant production.
THE DANCE OF DEATH / Les Simulachres & Historiées Faces de La Mort
Holbein, Hans, designed by
Boston: The Cygnet Press, 1974.
Price: $125.00
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Octavo, 3445 numbered pages plus 4 pages of color plates and 29 pages of b/w illustrations. The book was issued to accompany an exhibit at the National Library of Scotland and then at the Dartmouth College Library, and is finely printed by the Stinehour Press. This copy is inscribed "...for Hiram from George 1997" on the front endpaper. Fine in grey wrappers.
BOOKS, MOSTLY SCHOLARLY, AND SOME EPHEMERA, DESIGNED BY GEORGE MACKIE
Mackie, George
Edinburgh: National Library of Scotland, 1991.
Price: $30.00
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Large octavo, 40pp., supposedly printed by the San Serriffe Publishing Company in Port Clarendon (noted as being northeast of the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean)  in February 1980 in an edition of 350 copies, of which this is copy number 1. Indeed there are 350 copies, all of them number 1, this being Henry Morris's delightful spoof on private presses, including some wonderful examples from San Serriffe such as the Sdrawcab Sserp run by Mr. Backwards. Fine in floral-patterned paper on boards, tan cloth spine. The prospectus, plus a bearer note for 25 coronas -- the currency of San Serriffe, of course -- are laid in.
PRIVATE PRESSES OF SAN SERRIFFE
Bachaus, Theodore
North Hills, Pennsylvania: Bird & Bull Press, 1980.
Price: $75.00
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Large square octavo, 124pp., with 12 full-page color plates, printed recto only, and other b/w drawings as chapter headings and tailpieces, as well as color endpapers. A  great tale about a girl's visit to her aunt on an island off the New England coast in the winter. The ilustrations by this Newbery award-winning author-iillustrator are particularly fine. There is a Christmas 1948 inscription on the reverse of the front free endpaper, and a tiny stain on page 43,  else near fine in deep green cloth stamped black, in a complete though edgeworn dustjacket.
THE SEA IS ALL AROUND
Enright, Elizabeth
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1940.
Price: $125.00
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