Boston: Merrymount Press, . First edition, 4to, pp. 19, ; printed on handmade Fabriano paper; original green printed wrappers; bookplate removed from inside upper cover, else fine. While not credited, this is almost certainly designed by Daniel Berkeley Updike. Includes lists of job work, important patrons, some books printed at...
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Boston: Anne & David Bromer, 1984. Edition limited to 225 copies (this, no. 75), 4to, pp. 38, ; printed in red, gray, and black; illustrated with two wood engravings by Greg Dearth, and a specimen sheet printed in three colors on parchment; fine in original parchment-backed paper-covered boards, gilt-stamped spine...
Watertown, N.Y. Kamargo Mills, Knowlton Brothers, [ca. 1920]. 8vo, unpaginated; original green pictorial wrappers printed; very light toning to edges, else fine. Catalogue of nine color paper samples. "McClellan Paper Company, Duluth, Minneapolis, St. Paul" printed on back wrapper. Not in OCLC.
Springfield, MA: G. & C. Merriam, 1946. 16mo, printed at the Merrymount Press, pp. 53, ; ornamented title-page printed in red and black, first page of text rubricated and ornamented; generally a fine copy in orig. dec. yellow paper-covered boards.
[Saint Paul]: Nomadic Press, n.d., [ca. late 1990s]. Broadside (approx. 17" x 11") printed in red and black by Kent Aldrich; fine.
New York: Typophiles, . Edition limited to 200 copies, 60 keepsake pamphlets, 12mo, ranging from 4 to 32pp., from printers and designers such as Dwight Agner, Press of the Night Owl, Valenti Angelo, Joseph Blumenthal, Grant Dahlstrom, Paul Hayden Duensing, Jane Grabhorn, Ward Ritchie, and Emerson Wulling. A lavish tribute...
Brooklyn: Mergenthaler Linotype Company, 1936. 8vo, pp. 99; 2-toned illustrations throughout; original yellow pictorial wrappers (light soiling at bottom right-hand corner of upper cover) printed in red, French flaps; edge wear with shallow tears along edges not affecting text, bottom half of spine cracked, head chipped, small loss to foot...
Andoversford, Gloucestershire: Whittington Press, 1992. 8vo, pp. 8; 3 sepia-toned illustrations; original orange pictorial wrappers printed in red and black; fine. Catalogue of upcoming titles from the Press, including the reprint of Matrix 2, and the Whittington Press Bibliography by David Butcher. Integral order form.
Andoversford, Gloucestershire: Whittington Press, 1991. 8vo, pp. 7, ; black and white illustrations throughout; original sienna pictorial wrappers printed in red and black; fine. Catalogue of upcoming titles from the Press, including Miriam Macgregor's Whittington, and the Stanbrook Abbey Bibliography by David Butcher. Integral order form.
[Risbury, Herefordshire]: The Whittington Press, . First edition limited to 500 copies, 350 of which are for sale; oblong 4to, pp. xi, , 53, ; 36 leaves of photographic plates; this copy out of series and unbound in sheets.
New York: [Redfield-Kendrick-Odell Co., 1923]. Edition limited to 500 copies (this, no. 356); 8vo, pp. ; gravure frontispiece portrait of Bodoni, numerous specimens of type, borders, ornaments, etc.; biographical sketch by Arthur K. Willyoung; fine in original decorative paper over boards, printed paper label on upper cover.
London: Printing Historical Society, 1985-1992. 4 vols, 8vo, approx. 16 pages each; text illustrations; the first three volumes printed self-wrappers, the fourth with gray printed paper wrappers, fine. Book reviews, news, and articles.
New York: American Printing History Association, 1985-1988. 6 vols, 4to, about pp. 50 each issue; text illustrations; printed paper wrappers; all fine. Topics are international in scope, with print history on Tibet, India, France, the US, New Zealand etc.
New York: [Celebration of Printing Week], 1972. 12mo, pp. 55; title-page vignette and wood engravings by John De Pol; very good in orig. mustard yellow paper-covered boards, faint reddish discoloration on cover.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1959. First edition limited to 2250 copies (this, no. 1967), large 4to, pp. , xiii, , 295, ; illustrated with numerous facsimlies from the press; fine copy in black morocco-backed red cloth, black moerocco medallion on cover; fine copy in a slightly worn slipcase.
Continental, Ohio: Centaur Press, October, 1960. Edition limited to 410 copies, 12mo, pp. 32; original orange printed wrappers, fine. An amateur journal printed by Dwight E. Agner (only published?). One record in OCLC, with only listing at the Alexander Turnbull Library, New Zealand.
Lunenburg, Vermont: The Stinehour Press, 1963. 8vo, pp. xi, 149; photographic portrait frontispiece, 5 plates, one in color; original linen in yellow wrappers printed in red, grey pictorial endpapers; fine. Festschrift published after Guthrie's retirement from teaching at Dartmouth. Includes poetry, artwork, essays, reminiscences, and a bibliography.
[Cambridge, England]: Will and Sebastian Carter, 1988. Edition limited to 185 copies (this, no. 126); tall 8vo, unpaginated; printed with various colors and paper, also includes a checklist of books printed by Carter from 1934-1986. A fine copy in grey cloth-backed decorative boards, paper label on spine.
Providence: F. H. Townsend, 1889. First edition limited to 50 copies of which this is an unnumbered out of series copy, 4to, 17 leaves; self-wrappers printed in red and black, text printed on rectos only; paper quite brittle, covers separated but present. A scarce example of a fragile but still...
Providence: Printed for the Rhode Island Historical Society, 1915. 8vo, pp. 88; 8 plates, text facsimiles; original brown printed wrappers, small loss at spine head, a few chips along edges, else a very good copy.
n.p., n.d. [ca. 1895]. 4to, approx. 120 leaves, blank throughout and contained in a full vellum binding lettered in gilt on upper cover, the lettering enclosed by triple gilt rules and a gilt floral motif and cherubs in the corners, the spine with a brown morocco label lettered "Christmas Books"...
New York: Typophiles, 1951. Edition limited to 640 copies, 12mo, pp. , 93-; frontis portrait, illus. and facsimiles throughout. Fine in orig. tan cloth, printed in black and gilt. Typophile Chapbooks, no. 25.
New York: Henry Lindenmeyr and Sons, [ca. 1900]. Oblong 8vo, unpaginated; illustrated; original green pictorial wrappers, bound with yellow string; edges toned and slightly bumped, two minor ink stains, else very good. Samples are designed to show "how these stylish cover papers may be used for very elaborate work or...
[Minneapolis and/or Saint Paul: v.d. Brown, John Mason. Beyond the present. Minneapolis & St. Paul, 1948. Edition ltd. to 650 copies, slim 8vo,  & 28pp., fine copy in orig. brown cloth, paper labels, tissue dust jacket. Aris, Rutherford. The ampersand in script & print. An essay in honor of...
Chicago: Monastery Hill Bindery, 1968. 8vo, pp. ; decorations and initials in blue and gold; a handsome "limited edition" designed as a promotional give-away for the Hertzberg New Method, Inc.