Bronxville, New York: undated (c. 1971). Valenti Angelo. Octavo (24.6 cm), unpaged (18 pages), printed in black, red and grey-green, with a title-page drawing, a half-title decoration, a drawing of leaves as a chapter heading and the printer's device for the Press of Valenti Angelo on the colophon page. The book was printed by the Meriden Gravure Company on cream laid paper and stapled into heavy blue wrappers with Valenti Angelo's "VA" monogram in red. Fine.
Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1984. 9 3/8" x 6 1/8", ix, 55 pages. After a foreword by Davies, seven chapters deal with Ward Ritchie's life and career, utilizing excerpts from his own writings and 11 photographs. This is followed by a list of books selected by the AIGA for the 50 Best Books of the Year, the locations at which Ward Ritchie practiced printing, a list of imprints he used, and two lists of books either about Ward Ritchie or written by him. It is an edition of 300 copies designed by Vance Gerry and printed by Patrick Reagh, Printers, bound in plain white wrappers with a tan and blue paste-paper dustjacket. Fine.
New York: The Typophiles, 2001. Octavo, 19 pages, being Typophile Monograph New Series -- Number 17. with four letters by Bruce Rogers to Mosher and a long introduction by Philip R. Bishop. The monograph was issued in an editon of 500 copies set in Linotype Caslon Old Face, and printed by the Ascensius Press in Portland, Maine. The colophon notes that the text stock used for the book is Warren's 66, from the last carton of that paper manufactured in Maine in 1986. Fine in teal wrappers and a printed teal dustjacket.
Boston: Charles T. Branford, 1957. First American edition, printed in Great Britain. Small narrow octavo, 54, (1)pp., with a frontispiece and profuse illustrations in black and terra cotta, showing how elements of typographic decoration -- the vine, the acorn, and the flower, for example -- are combined and arranged. A brief bibliography is included. Bound in quarter parchment and handmade paper specially marbled by Douglas Cockerell, with a gilt spine title and decorations.