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Vienna: Graeser, 1897. Verschiedener Kunstepochen. Folio folder with cloth ties. 11pp of text in German, followed by 54 (of 56) single-sided plates, some in full color with gilt accents, some with spot color, all loose as issued in the cloth-backed printed board case. Wien: Carl Graeser, 1897. Zweite auflage. A very good(+) copy, but lacking plates number 5 & 45. K.K. Osterr. Museum fur Kunst und Industrie.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959. Illustrated throughout with black and white antique advertisements. 448 pages, 4to, black cloth backed red boards with black and silver pictorial stamping, chipped and edge-worn dust wrapper. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1959. A very good copy in a very good(-) wrapper.
London: 1962. 12 issues, complete run. Volumes 1 - 3. Vol. I, No. 1 (Spring, 1962) - Vol 3, No. 4 (Winter 1964-65), illustrated. All 12 issues bound in 1 volume. 8vo, black cloth, leather spine label. London: l1962-196 Published and edited by James Moran, this periodical, devoted to the technical and esoteric articles on the printing arts. Fine.
London: Grafton & Co., 1927. 390 pages. Thick 8vo, spine slightly cocked, corners bumped, edge-worn cloth. London: Grafton & Co., 1927. Overall a very good copy. A survey of the spread of printing in Europe and America, with chapters on each geographical area written by the foremost experts in the field.
Norwood: Plimpton, 1911. Numerous illustrations of alphabets and designs. 254 + 84 pages. In addition to the many pages of type specimens, this book contains 9 actual book covers in full color which have been mounted on stiff paper. Tall thick 8vo, blind stamped and gilt burgundy cloth. Norwood, CT: (Plimpton Press), 1911. Ex-library copy with small black ink number at base of spine, else very good(+).