New York: A-D Gallery, 1948. Illustrated with 48 tinted reproductions. Thin oblong 8vo, original blue printed wrappers (slightly darkened and soiled). New York: A-D Gallery, 1948. A very good(+) copy of this scarce exhibition catalogue.
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Birmingham: Baskerville, 1761. 4 volumes. Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author by J. Miller after G. Kneller, and 10 other plates, three by C. Grignion after F. Hayman. Large 4tos, contemporary calf, recased, superb gilt spines. Birmingham: Printed by John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson, London, 1761. A very good (+) copy. "A beautiful and esteemed edition. Copies ... are seldom found free from stains". Lowndes 11. In 1761 Baskerville published a quarto "Juvenal" and editions of Congreve and...
American Type Founders, 1906. Full of illustrations. 1109 pages, tall thick 8vo, pictorial red cloth, a bit worn at head. N.p. American Type Founders, 1906. Very good(+).
New York: Typophiles, 1951. Illustrated. 93pp. 12mo, beige pictorial cloth. New York: Typophiles, 1951. Fine. Typophile Chap Books, XXV.
New York: Typophiles, 1964. Illustrated. 12mo, cloth. New York: Typophiles, 1964. Fine. Typophile Chapbook XXXIX. One of 150 copies. Contributions by Frederick B. Adams, Jr., John T. Winterrich, Philip C. Duschnes, David Jackson McWilliams, Al Hine, et al.
London: Elliot Stock, 1891. With a Memoir of the Author, and list of his Works, by Talbot B. Reed. Many illustrations, large paper, slim 4to, 3/4 morocco, gilt spine, gilt top. London: Elliot Stock, 1891. Very good (+). The chapter on Judges contains a useful bibliography and facsimile title-pages of a few curious works.
New York: Morgan Library, 1974. 125 black & white plates, some folding. xiv + 192pp., gilt-stamped black cloth, d.w. New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, (1974). Second Edition. Very Good (+).
New York: Morgan Library, 1978. Illustrated with 125 plates, some folding. 4to, cloth, d.w. New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, (1978). Third Edition. Near fine. Masterpieces of Typography Through Five Centuries from the Collections of the Pierpont Morgan Library.
San Francisco: John Henry Nash, 1922. Translated from the Italian by Philip Henry Wicksteed. Text in red and black. 53pp. Slim folio, marbled boards; San Francisco: Printed by John Henry Nash, 1922. Near fine. One of 250 numbered copies. Printed in Inkunabula, an adaptation of the type used by Erhard Ratdolt in his Kalendarium of 1476. Ransom, p. 360.
Paris: Haumont, 1951. 38, pp. Slim 12mo sewn pamphlet with printed wrappers (covers are dampstained at bottom edge; internally fine). Paris: J. Haumont, 1951. Limited edition - number 304 of 325 copies. A very good copy. Cahiers de Typographie III.
2 volumes, frontispiece, tall thick 4to, patterned boards. (London: Holland Press, 1960. Boxed. Very Good. One of 500 copies. Facsimile of Bodoni's original edition of 1818. Previous owners inscription on fly-leaf.
Dublin: Douglas Hyde Gallery, 1993. Illustrated in black and white and color. Unpaginated, slim short 4to, pictorial wrappers. Dublin: Douglas Hyde Gallery, (1993). A fine copy.
Paris: Siege Social - Cercle de la Librairie, 1925. Two volumes. Profusely illustrated throughout, some in color, with samples of finely printed book pages, covers, and drawings. 4to, original brown printed wrappers (edgeworn, especially at spine ends; some signatures starting in second volume); uncut edges. Paris: Siege Social - Cercle de la Librairie, (1926, 1928). Very good. I: Premiere Annee, 1925. Limited edition of 2000 numbered copies. II: Deuxieme Annee, 1926-1927.
New York: The 6X9 Press, 1957. Introduction by Dachine Rainer. Illustrated by Chwast with 9 hand-colored linocuts on 12 french-fold pages. Slim oblong 8vo, decorated patterned paper boards with a printed title label on upper cover; plain green cloth spine. New York The 6x9 Press, 1957. First edition. Boards are just a touch darkened at edges, still a near fine copy of this scarce book. An early work by Chwast, an AIGA Medal recipient and major influence on modern graphic...
Pasted or mounted in a modern scrapbook. Most images are 2 inches x 3 inches not including wide margins; (many have light browning to margins, 3 are torn in margins). Most of the images are patriotic allegories, some with pro-Union sayings. Other images are political cartoons that are anti-Confederate and/or pro-Union. In addition there are several larger images of state seals from some Northern states. Most of the images do not state a printer. Some of printers stated include: Charles...
Stamford: Overbrook Pressq, 1949. 32pp. stiff wrappers., paper label. Stamford: The Overbrook Bress, 1949. Limited Edition. Fine. An Address delivered at the Newberry Library before the Society of Typographic Arts.
New York: Watson Guptill Publications, 1985. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 224pp. 4to, cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Watson Guptill Publications, (1985). Very good.
New York: Designers & Books, 2016. A recent facsimile which includes only material that was in the 1927 original, reproduced as faithfully as possible, with artwork showing the original printing quality permutations, entirely un-retouched. Illustrated throughout with Depero's futuristic work in painting, sculpture, architecture, theater and commercial designs, but above all his experimental avant-garde typography, all printed on paper of various colors, weights, and textures, plus 4 tissue (glassine) pages and 1 two-panel gatefold. Oblong 4to, blue printed paper boards...
Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional, 1888. 286p. 1/2 dark red morocco. Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional, 1888. First Edition.
London: Studio, 1951. Many illustrations, some in color. 214pp. 4to, green cloth, d.w. (d.w. chipped). London: Studio, (1951). Very good (+).
New York: Edward Tyler Nahem, 2005. Illustrated in color. 47 pages, slim square 8vo, grey wrappers (slight dull crease to front cover). New York: Edward Tyler Nahem, 2005. A very good(+) copy. Exhibition catalog.
5 folding plates. 188 pages. 4to, original printed wrappers, rebacked in plain paper; uncut & unopened, several pp. loose. Leipzig, 1924. Study of Greek and Latin monogram forms, dating from Ancient Greece through the Middle Ages.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1936. 25 plates, tall slim 8vo, gray cloth backed boards, a bit discolored at top edge of boards. New York: Oxford University Press, 1936. First Edition. Very good.
New York: Mark Batty, 2002. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 222 pages. Short thin 4to, gilt-stamped blue silk; board slipcase. N.J.: Mark Batty, 2002. First trade edition. A fine copy.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1930. Illustrated. xiii + 118pp., thin 8vo, green cloth. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1930. First edition. A near fine copy of this scarce title.