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  • 1844 COLIN CLINK Charles Hooton THREE VOLUME SET in RIVIERE FINE BINDING 1st UK by Charles Hooton 1844 COLIN CLINK Charles Hooton THREE VOLUME SET in RIVIERE FINE BINDING 1st UK
    Charles Hooton

    COLIN CLINK, by Charles Hooton. THREE VOLUME SET. Beautiful FINE BINDING by RIVIERE, with Riviere's miniscule "BOUND BY RIVIERE & SON" statement printed on the top edge of the blank verso of the front free endpaper of each volume. LONDON: Richard Bentley, 1844. First UK book edition. (Originally published in UK in Bentley's Miscellany about 1837, then in book form in the U.S. in 1840, then in this first U.K. book edition.) Complete in three volumes. Finely bound, half green morocco with marbled paper covered boards, five raised spine bands, gilt lettering to the spines, gilt top page edges, marbled endpapers, 5x8 inches (12.5x20 cm). Pagination: [iv], 317, [1]; [4], 309, [1]; [4], 312 pages. Frontispieces and plates by Leech…

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    COLIN CLINK, by Charles Hooton. THREE VOLUME SET. Beautiful FINE BINDING by RIVIERE, with Riviere's miniscule "BOUND BY RIVIERE & SON" statement printed on the top edge of the blank verso of the front free endpaper of each volume. LONDON: Richard Bentley, 1844. First UK book edition. (Originally published in UK in Bentley's Miscellany about 1837, then in book form in the U.S. in 1840, then in this first U.K. book edition.) Complete in three volumes. Finely bound, half green morocco with marbled paper covered boards, five raised spine bands, gilt lettering to the spines, gilt top page edges, marbled endpapers, 5x8 inches (12.5x20 cm). Pagination: [iv], 317, [1]; [4], 309, [1]; [4], 312 pages. Frontispieces and plates by Leech and George Cruikshank. The decorative bookplate of J.A. Burnham, Jr. is on the front pastedown of each volume. NEAR FINE condition, the covers have a bit of wear to the spine ends and corner tips, and the leather has a couple superficial scrapes; internally there is a spot of foxing here and there, else tight, bright, clean, clear, and unmarked. A lovely, finely bound, 3 volume set. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This 3 volume set will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 19 Issues THE KEMBLE OCCASIONAL on PRINTING & PUBLISHING San Francisco 1964-1989 The Edward C. Kemble Collection 19 Issues THE KEMBLE OCCASIONAL on PRINTING & PUBLISHING San Francisco 1964-1989 The Edward C. Kemble Collection

    NINETEEN ISSUES of THE KEMBLE OCCASIONAL 1964-1989. "Issued now and then from The Edward C. Kemble Collections on AMERICAN PRINTING & PUBLISHING".

    Published by The Edward C. Kemble Collections / California Historical Society, San Francisco, 1964-1989.

    Includes the following numbers: 1 (1964), 3 (1967), 10-22 (1972-1979), 27 (1981), 32 (1984), 36 (1986), 42/43 double issue (1989).

    Pamphlets, side stapled, 7.25x10 inches. Eight of the issues have 4 pages, eight have 8 pages, two have 12 pages, and one has 10 pages.

    All the issues are in VERY GOOD condition, one issue has "400 here" written at the top of the first page, one issue has a vertical fold, overall they are just lightly used, still bright, clean and clear.

    Articles…

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    NINETEEN ISSUES of THE KEMBLE OCCASIONAL 1964-1989. "Issued now and then from The Edward C. Kemble Collections on AMERICAN PRINTING & PUBLISHING".

    Published by The Edward C. Kemble Collections / California Historical Society, San Francisco, 1964-1989.

    Includes the following numbers: 1 (1964), 3 (1967), 10-22 (1972-1979), 27 (1981), 32 (1984), 36 (1986), 42/43 double issue (1989).

    Pamphlets, side stapled, 7.25x10 inches. Eight of the issues have 4 pages, eight have 8 pages, two have 12 pages, and one has 10 pages.

    All the issues are in VERY GOOD condition, one issue has "400 here" written at the top of the first page, one issue has a vertical fold, overall they are just lightly used, still bright, clean and clear.

    Articles include: Sam Brannan's Press, Type Foundries of America and their Catalogs; The Taylor & Taylor Facsimile of the Declaration of Independence; "At the Sign of the Lark" the San Francisco Publishing Venture of William Doxey; Booksellers & Bookselling in The Kemble Collection; and MANY more.

    A nice gathering of these scarce publications on Printing and Publishing based on The Edward C. Kemble Collection.

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  • 1955 Saint-Denys-Garneau NINE POEMS Published by BEAUPRÉ & TURNBULL Iroquois Falls, Canada by Saint-Denys-Garneau 1955 Saint-Denys-Garneau NINE POEMS Published by BEAUPRÉ & TURNBULL Iroquois Falls, Canada
    Saint-Denys-Garneau

    SAINT-DENYS-GARNEAU : NINE POEMS. With Versions in English by JEAN BEAUPRÉ and GAEL TURNBULL. POETRY by Saint-Denys-Garneau. Translated by Gael Turnbull and Jean Beaupré. Privately Published: IROQUOIS FALLS (Northern Ontario, Canada), for Private Distribution, Summer, 1955. From the Colophon Page (the last page): "mimeographed at Iroquois Falls, Ontario, for private distribution, Summer, 1955." Paper wrappers (only front cover is present - the spine and rear cover are lacking), front cover is hand titled "Garneau"; yellow inner pages, 7" x 8.5", side-stapled, 24 unnumbered pages. VERY LIMITED EDITION. One of four chapbooks / booklets produced by Gael Turnbull and Jean Beaupré in Iroquois Falls, Canada, reportedly in limited editions of around 120 copies. These chapbooks are sometimes thought to have been…

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    SAINT-DENYS-GARNEAU : NINE POEMS. With Versions in English by JEAN BEAUPRÉ and GAEL TURNBULL. POETRY by Saint-Denys-Garneau. Translated by Gael Turnbull and Jean Beaupré. Privately Published: IROQUOIS FALLS (Northern Ontario, Canada), for Private Distribution, Summer, 1955. From the Colophon Page (the last page): "mimeographed at Iroquois Falls, Ontario, for private distribution, Summer, 1955." Paper wrappers (only front cover is present - the spine and rear cover are lacking), front cover is hand titled "Garneau"; yellow inner pages, 7" x 8.5", side-stapled, 24 unnumbered pages. VERY LIMITED EDITION. One of four chapbooks / booklets produced by Gael Turnbull and Jean Beaupré in Iroquois Falls, Canada, reportedly in limited editions of around 120 copies. These chapbooks are sometimes thought to have been published by the Contact Press, but that is not the case, Contact only distributed some of the copies (and its stamp is on the title page of those copies it distributed). (Refer to Gnarowski: Contact Press, first published in Montreal, 1970). Condition: Rear wrapper lacking, as noted above; the front wrapper has some very light red splotches (perhaps offsetting from something red having been laid on to it?), the front wrapper is worn with chipping, small closed tears, and soiling along all its edges; the title page has offsetting to its front margin, the last page has wear and creasing along its stapled edge; there are a couple pencil margin marks, and there are general signs of handling. Despite its flaws, this is a bright, clear copy of this VERY SCARCE Canadian Publication. Provenance of the late Peter Howard of the now gone Serendipity Books of Berkeley, California. The first page has Peter's private code and a circled price of $325. Peter was known for his wonderful, scarce books, especially poetry books. He was also known for his often outrageously high prices.

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  • 1980 LAURA RIDING JACKSON Poetry Broadside SIGNED & INSCRIBED to HERB YELLIN, Lord John Press by Laura Riding Jackson 1980 LAURA RIDING JACKSON Poetry Broadside SIGNED & INSCRIBED to HERB YELLIN, Lord John Press
    Laura Riding Jackson

    A POEM : HOW A POEM CAME TO BE. A Lovely BROADSIDE POEM by LAURA RIDING JACKSON.

    "Presentation Copy" SIGNED and INSCRIBED by LAURA RIDING JACKSON to HERB YELLIN, late owner of LORD JOHN PRESS, who published this broadside and also a Fine Printing edition of one of Laura Riding Jackon's books.

    HAND INSCRIBED: "For Herb Yellin, gratefully / L. J.". The inscription is below the printed statement "Presentation Copy".

    Also SIGNED at the end of her poem, beneath her printed name.

    Published by [Lord John Press, 1980]. Presentation Copy. (Presentation Copies are normally printed prior to numbered copies, making them quite hard to find.) Subsequently printed in a limited edition of only 150 numbered copies.

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    A POEM : HOW A POEM CAME TO BE. A Lovely BROADSIDE POEM by LAURA RIDING JACKSON.

    "Presentation Copy" SIGNED and INSCRIBED by LAURA RIDING JACKSON to HERB YELLIN, late owner of LORD JOHN PRESS, who published this broadside and also a Fine Printing edition of one of Laura Riding Jackon's books.

    HAND INSCRIBED: "For Herb Yellin, gratefully / L. J.". The inscription is below the printed statement "Presentation Copy".

    Also SIGNED at the end of her poem, beneath her printed name.

    Published by [Lord John Press, 1980]. Presentation Copy. (Presentation Copies are normally printed prior to numbered copies, making them quite hard to find.) Subsequently printed in a limited edition of only 150 numbered copies.

    Broadside, printed on fine heavy stock paper, deckled top and bottom edges, 15x22 inches.

    NEAR FINE condition, some light creases from handling, bright and beautiful.

    From the Broadside: "Within a very few years of the publication of my Collected Poems (1938)... I renounced further trying the way of poetry... saying: I would write no more poems - and I wrote no more poems... (however) I wrote for (a close friend), in the 1978 Christmastime, a poem, marked as a poem for him only, giving it the title HOW A POEM CAME TO BE. I kept no copy of this privately written and given poem, and forgot the writing and the giving of it... I chanced, recently, to tell my friend of receiving a request for a poem to publish in broadside form from the Lord John Press, indicating my feeling some surprise that Mr. Yellin, the Press's director, should not have been aware that FOR FORTY YEARS there had been NO NEW POEMS of mine. But my friend reminded me that about a year ago there HAD been a new poem - the one I wrote for him; and he urged me to let him release it to me from its private status of being a poem for him only... I give here the poem, given him, to be out in the world..."

    LAURA RIDING JACKSON, b.1901 d.1991, was an iconoclastic American Poet. She left New England at the age of 25 to live with ROBERT GRAVES and his wife, Nancy Nicholson. The triangle did not suit her, and Laura Riding tried to commit suicide in 1927. Thereafter Robert Graves divorced his wife and lived together with Laura Riding in Majorca, France, England and Switzerland, and even went with her when she returned to the United States. They bitterly broke up in 1939. In 1941 Laura Riding Jackson renounced poetry, married Schuyler B. Jackson, and lived quietly with him in Wabasso, Florida, until her death in 1991. In the 60s, 70s and 80s she wrote a number of pieces explaining her reasons for renouncing poetry, but no poetry. This is apparently THE ONLY POEM written by Laura Riding Jackson since 1941.

    You can read much more about LAURA RIDING on Wikipedia and elsewhere on the Internet.

    This Large and Lovely BROADSIDE will be shipped carefully rolled in a sturdy mailing tube.

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  • 35 MINIATURE BOOKS IN DESIGNER BINDINGS Illustrated with 35 PHOTOGRAPHIC COLOR PLATES Bromer Booksellers Catalog 1987 by Anne and David Bromer 35 MINIATURE BOOKS IN DESIGNER BINDINGS Illustrated with 35 PHOTOGRAPHIC COLOR PLATES Bromer Booksellers Catalog 1987
    Anne and David Bromer

    35 MINIATURE BOOKS IN DESIGNER BINDINGS, by Anne and David Bromer. Published by Bromer Booksellers (owned by Anne and David Bromer), Boston, 1987. First Edition. Printed by the Nimrod Press. Booklet / Catalog, chocolate covered wrappers, small format 4.5x4.5 inches, 74 unnumbered pages. Comes in a clear plastic snap shut case, as issued. ILLUSTRATED with 35 PHOTOGRAPHS of MINIATURE BOOKS in FINE BINDINGS, each photograph on its own page, with FACING pages of DESCRIPTIVE TEXT. This illustrated booklet was created as a catalogue for Bromer Booksellers. It offered these 35 miniature books with designer bindings en bloc. The Introduction states that the collection was sold prior to the publication of the catalogue. FINE condition, tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in…

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    35 MINIATURE BOOKS IN DESIGNER BINDINGS, by Anne and David Bromer. Published by Bromer Booksellers (owned by Anne and David Bromer), Boston, 1987. First Edition. Printed by the Nimrod Press. Booklet / Catalog, chocolate covered wrappers, small format 4.5x4.5 inches, 74 unnumbered pages. Comes in a clear plastic snap shut case, as issued. ILLUSTRATED with 35 PHOTOGRAPHS of MINIATURE BOOKS in FINE BINDINGS, each photograph on its own page, with FACING pages of DESCRIPTIVE TEXT. This illustrated booklet was created as a catalogue for Bromer Booksellers. It offered these 35 miniature books with designer bindings en bloc. The Introduction states that the collection was sold prior to the publication of the catalogue. FINE condition, tight, bright, clean and unmarked; in a like plastic case. A lovely little look at a gathering of lovely little books offered in 1987 by Bromer Booksellers of Boston.

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  • ADRIENNE RICH BROADSIDE POEM "THE TREES" 1 of 75 LOWELL HOUSE PRINTERS The College Yard, Cambridge 1964 by Adrienne Rich ADRIENNE RICH BROADSIDE POEM "THE TREES" 1 of 75 LOWELL HOUSE PRINTERS The College Yard, Cambridge 1964
    Adrienne Rich

    THE TREES. A BROADSIDE POEM by ADRIENNE RICH. ILLUSTRATED by JOAN GOGUEN.

    Published by LOWELL HOUSE PRINTERS, The College Yard, CAMBRIDGE, May, 1964.

    Limited Edition, this being 1 of only 75 copies. "This poem was hand-set and printed in 14-point Garamond Roman in an edition limited to 75 copies by the Lowell House Printers. Illustration by Joan Goguen. The College Yard, Cambridge, May, 1964".

    Broadside with b&w illustration, printed on fine, watermarked, cream colored, rag paper, 12.5x17.5 inches. The watermark is an image of a hammer and anvil.

    NEAR FINE condition. Some waviness to the edges where the broadside was "pulled" in the hand press printing process, as normal. A Lovely Broadside.

    This broadside came from the estate of Dennis…

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    THE TREES. A BROADSIDE POEM by ADRIENNE RICH. ILLUSTRATED by JOAN GOGUEN.

    Published by LOWELL HOUSE PRINTERS, The College Yard, CAMBRIDGE, May, 1964.

    Limited Edition, this being 1 of only 75 copies. "This poem was hand-set and printed in 14-point Garamond Roman in an edition limited to 75 copies by the Lowell House Printers. Illustration by Joan Goguen. The College Yard, Cambridge, May, 1964".

    Broadside with b&w illustration, printed on fine, watermarked, cream colored, rag paper, 12.5x17.5 inches. The watermark is an image of a hammer and anvil.

    NEAR FINE condition. Some waviness to the edges where the broadside was "pulled" in the hand press printing process, as normal. A Lovely Broadside.

    This broadside came from the estate of Dennis C. Turner, a San Francisco Doctor who was a Friend of Many Poets and Artists, and who was also a Fine-Printer and broadside publisher in his early days at Harvard when he was involved as one of the student printers at the LOWELL-ADAMS HOUSE PRINTERS. He was a longtime friend of Cecil Day Lewis, Albert Gelpi, and a number of other poets and writers. He died in 2013.

    These LOWELL HOUSE, COLLEGE YARD (Harvard) broadsides from the mid 1960s, especially those by important American poets, are SCARCE.

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  • ALPHONSE: Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story, with an Original Drawing by the Author. By William Saroyan. Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story Entitled "Alphonse, or the Death of a Small Boy." by William Saroyan ALPHONSE: Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story, with an Original Drawing by the Author. By William Saroyan. Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story Entitled "Alphonse, or the Death of a Small Boy."
    William Saroyan

    ALPHONSE: Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story, with an Original Drawing by the Author. By William Saroyan. Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story Entitled "Alphonse, or the Death of a Small Boy." A Rare WILLIAM SAROYAN Illustrated Story. Published by The Lowell Adams House Printers in Harvard Yard, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November, 1965. One of William Saroyan's scarcest works. His Illustration "And Then He Fell Asleep" is unique to this work and has never been re-printed. Letterpress Booklet. Original printed wrappers, 6.25" x 7.5", side saddle stitched, 4 pages printed on the outside of double leaves uncut at the top. LIMITED TO SEVENTY-FIVE NUMBERED COPIES, this is NUMBER #62. The OCLC shows only 3 copies held in…

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    ALPHONSE: Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story, with an Original Drawing by the Author. By William Saroyan. Deleted Beginning and End of a Short Story Entitled "Alphonse, or the Death of a Small Boy." A Rare WILLIAM SAROYAN Illustrated Story. Published by The Lowell Adams House Printers in Harvard Yard, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November, 1965. One of William Saroyan's scarcest works. His Illustration "And Then He Fell Asleep" is unique to this work and has never been re-printed. Letterpress Booklet. Original printed wrappers, 6.25" x 7.5", side saddle stitched, 4 pages printed on the outside of double leaves uncut at the top. LIMITED TO SEVENTY-FIVE NUMBERED COPIES, this is NUMBER #62. The OCLC shows only 3 copies held in collections worldwide (Library of Congress, Harvard, and Yale). William Saroyan (1908-1981) Pulitzer Prize-winning Author, and acclaimed Modern Artist whose Abstract Paintings and Drawings are the subject of Major Exhibitions. His first published work in 1934 was the short story, "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze." Saroyan was born and died in Fresno, lived and worked in San Francisco, and drank and gambled away his fortune. On his deathbed, he called the Associated Press in Fresno, to make sure they would give him a proper obituary. "I know everyone has got to die," he told the reporter, "but I thought an exception would be made in my case." NEAR FINE CONDITION: A touch of creasing at the spine, otherwise tight, bright, clean and unmarked. An Excellent and Very Rare Copy.

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  • CHECKLIST of STONE HOUSE PRESS BOOKS & EPHEMERA 1978-1988 Ltd 1/200 SIGNED by Catherine Tyler Brody, compiler CHECKLIST of STONE HOUSE PRESS BOOKS & EPHEMERA 1978-1988 Ltd 1/200 SIGNED
    Catherine Tyler Brody, compiler

    CHECKLIST : STONE HOUSE PRESS BOOKS & EPHEMERA 1978-1988. Compiled by Catherine Tyler Brody.

    Published by The New York Public Library / Stone House Press, New York, 1989.

    First and Limited Edition. Limited to 200 copies that are SIGNED by both the Compiler, Catherine Tyler Brody, and by the Printer, Morris Gelfand. This copy is hand numbered #92.

    Hardcover book, burgundy cloth covered spine and patterned paper covered boards, the spine is titled in gilt, 6.5x10 inches, 113 pages. Illustrated throughout with reproductions of pages and illustrations from publications of the Stone House Press.

    Condition: NEAR FINE book, a touch of wear to the spine ends, overall tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked; in a NEAR FINE clear plastic overwrap protector.

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  • DIANE DI PRIMA **SIGNED** SEMINARY POEMS Limited First Edition 1 of 2000 WOMAN BEAT POET by Diane di Prima DIANE DI PRIMA **SIGNED** SEMINARY POEMS Limited First Edition 1 of 2000 WOMAN BEAT POET
    Diane di Prima

    SEMINARY POEMS, by DIANE DI PRIMA.

    SIGNED by di Prima on the title page below her printed name.

    Published by Floating Island Publications, Point Reyes Station, (California), 1991.

    First Edition of only 2000 copies, as indicated on the Colophon page (the last page).

    Chapbook / Booklet, printed paper covers, French flaps, string bound, 5.5x7 inches, 44 unnumbered pages.

    FINE, as new condition.

    A scarce work by this female beat poet, one of the few women "Beats".

    From the Poetry Foundation website:

    ******Feminist Beat poet Diane di Prima, b.1934 d.2020, was born in Brooklyn, New York. She attended Swarthmore College for two years before moving to Greenwich Village and becoming a writer in the emerging Beat movement. There, she developed…

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    SEMINARY POEMS, by DIANE DI PRIMA.

    SIGNED by di Prima on the title page below her printed name.

    Published by Floating Island Publications, Point Reyes Station, (California), 1991.

    First Edition of only 2000 copies, as indicated on the Colophon page (the last page).

    Chapbook / Booklet, printed paper covers, French flaps, string bound, 5.5x7 inches, 44 unnumbered pages.

    FINE, as new condition.

    A scarce work by this female beat poet, one of the few women "Beats".

    From the Poetry Foundation website:

    ******Feminist Beat poet Diane di Prima, b.1934 d.2020, was born in Brooklyn, New York. She attended Swarthmore College for two years before moving to Greenwich Village and becoming a writer in the emerging Beat movement. There, she developed friendships with poets Amiri Baraka, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Frank O'Hara, and Audre Lorde. After joining Timothy Leary's intentional community in upstate New York, she moved to San Francisco in 1968.

    Di Prima published more than 40 books. With Amiri Baraka, she co-edited the literary magazine The Floating Bear from 1961 to 1969. She co-founded the Poets Press and the New York Poets Theatre and founded Eidolon Editions and the Poets Institute. A follower of Buddhism, she also co-founded the San Francisco Institute of Magical and Healing Arts.

    Di Prima was named Poet Laureate of San Francisco in 2009. She was awarded the National Poetry Association's Lifetime Service Award and the Fred Cody Award for Lifetime Achievement, and she also received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Committee on Poetry, the Lapis Foundation, and the Institute for Aesthetic Development. St. Lawrence University granted her an honorary doctorate.

    Diane di Prima died on October 25, 2020 in San Francisco. She was one of the first women Beat writers, and a major figure in the group known as Women of the Beat Generation.******

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  • FINE PRINTING Stephen Metcalfe PILGRIMS A PLAY Illustrated SIGNED LIMITED 1 of 2 by Stephen Metcalfe FINE PRINTING Stephen Metcalfe PILGRIMS A PLAY Illustrated SIGNED LIMITED 1 of 2
    Stephen Metcalfe

    PILGRIMS: A ONE ACT PLAY, by Stephen Metcalfe. With original woodcuts by Julia Talcott.

    FINE PRINTING, LIMITED EDITION, this being #1 of only 2 ARTIST'S PROOF COPIES (of a total run of 32 copies, consisting of 2 artist's proofs and 30 numbered copies).

    SIGNED by the AUTHOR and ARTIST. This copy is ONE of only TWO ARTIST'S PROOF COPIES, hand numbered "AP 1/2".

    Published by Brighton Press, San Diego. Printing by Hal Truschke. Binding by Klaus Rotzscher Bookbinding of San Francisco. 1992.

    Hardcovers, black cloth covered spine and forest green paper covered boards with design on the front cover, 7.5x9 inches, 56 pages.

    ILLUSTRATED with nine woodcuts by the artist Julia Talcott, printed in one, two, three, or…

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    PILGRIMS: A ONE ACT PLAY, by Stephen Metcalfe. With original woodcuts by Julia Talcott.

    FINE PRINTING, LIMITED EDITION, this being #1 of only 2 ARTIST'S PROOF COPIES (of a total run of 32 copies, consisting of 2 artist's proofs and 30 numbered copies).

    SIGNED by the AUTHOR and ARTIST. This copy is ONE of only TWO ARTIST'S PROOF COPIES, hand numbered "AP 1/2".

    Published by Brighton Press, San Diego. Printing by Hal Truschke. Binding by Klaus Rotzscher Bookbinding of San Francisco. 1992.

    Hardcovers, black cloth covered spine and forest green paper covered boards with design on the front cover, 7.5x9 inches, 56 pages.

    ILLUSTRATED with nine woodcuts by the artist Julia Talcott, printed in one, two, three, or four colors. The illustrations are striking.

    NEAR FINE condition, a light bump to the bottom corner of the front cover, otherwise tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, lovely copy.

    Especially scarce being one of only two Artist's Proof copies.

    About Brighton Press (from its website):

    ******Brighton Press has created fine press, limited edition artists books and broadsides since 1985. To date, we have published fifty-one books that are represented in over 100 public and private collections, including the Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts, the Getty Research Institute, the Library of Congress, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Newberry Library, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and numerous university libraries and museums.

    ?Each work is designed and produced through the collaboration of contemporary poets and visual artists, together with artisans in the fields of letterpress, bookbinding, papermaking, printmaking, and sculpture. The artists make their own plates and cut their own blocks. Each work is printed by hand in our studio in small editions and is signed and numbered.******

    About Klaus Rotzxhcer, the binder (from his LinkedIn page):

    ******I am a German master bookbinder, with two master's degrees from the Academy of Applied Arts in Munich, Germany. My passion is to create beautiful books that are also functional, essentially heirloom books that can be passed down from generation to generation.******

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  • FIVE FINE PRINTING SPECIMENS from the PRESS IN TUSCANY ALLEY EDITION of A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES 1/150 by Robert Louis Stevenson FIVE FINE PRINTING SPECIMENS from the PRESS IN TUSCANY ALLEY EDITION of A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES 1/150
    Robert Louis Stevenson

    SPECIMENS from the PRESS IN TUSCANY ALLEY'S EDITION of A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES, by Robert Louis Stevenson. With nine poems not published in prior editions.

    A FINE PRINTING KEEPSAKE that was presented to members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs in 1996. Produced from sheets originally printed in 1978 by ADRIAN WILSON at THE PRESS IN TUSCANY ALLEY, San Francisco, 1978. A beautiful production.

    LIMITED EDITION of only 150 copies, as stated on the copyright page

    Folder / Paper Covers, 7.5x12.5 inches, string-bound, 10 pages. There are five "specimens" (i.e. printed signatures - samples from the larger work) laid into a flap on the inside rear cover; four are folded signatures of four or more pages, one is…

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    SPECIMENS from the PRESS IN TUSCANY ALLEY'S EDITION of A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES, by Robert Louis Stevenson. With nine poems not published in prior editions.

    A FINE PRINTING KEEPSAKE that was presented to members of the Roxburghe and Zamorano Clubs in 1996. Produced from sheets originally printed in 1978 by ADRIAN WILSON at THE PRESS IN TUSCANY ALLEY, San Francisco, 1978. A beautiful production.

    LIMITED EDITION of only 150 copies, as stated on the copyright page

    Folder / Paper Covers, 7.5x12.5 inches, string-bound, 10 pages. There are five "specimens" (i.e. printed signatures - samples from the larger work) laid into a flap on the inside rear cover; four are folded signatures of four or more pages, one is a single leaf illustration, each is 6.5x10 inches. All are quite lovely. These signatures were overruns from the original Tuscany Alley edition printed in 1978.

    ILLUSTRATED by Joyce Lancaster Wilson with 2 tipped in full color illustrations, and a few color illustrations in the specimen signatures.

    The Folder and Specimens are all in FINE condition.

    About ADRIAN WILSON (from a 1988 NY Times Obituary):

    ******Adrian Wilson, a book designer and scholar who was considered one of America's leading fine printers, died Wednesday in San Francisco. He was 64 years old.

    Working out of a small San Francisco studio known as "The Press at Tuscany Alley," Mr. Wilson designed and printed scores of books. His many volumes, while little known to the general public, are famous among print connoisseurs, and many are collectors' items.

    In 1983, Mr. Wilson won a MacArthur Fellowship.

    He is survived by his wife and by his daughter, Melissa Wilson Marshall, of San Francisco.******

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  • MARIANNE MOORE BROADSIDE POEM "W. S. LANDOR" Adams & Lowell House Printers #91 of 135 Harvard Yard 1965 by Marianne Moore MARIANNE MOORE BROADSIDE POEM "W. S. LANDOR" Adams & Lowell House Printers #91 of 135 Harvard Yard 1965
    Marianne Moore

    W. S. LANDOR. A BROADSIDE POEM by MARIANNE MOORE. ILLUSTRATED by LAURENCE SCOTT. Published by ADAMS & LOWELL HOUSE PRINTERS, Harvard Yard, Cambridge, March, 1965. Limited Edition, this being 1 of only 135 copies, this copy being hand numbered #91. "This is No. 91 of this Broadside Edition of one hundred and thirty-five copies, printed on a hand-press in Harvard Yard by the Adams & Lowell House Printers, March, 1965." Broadside with b&w illustration, printed on fine, watermarked, cream colored, rag paper, 12x17 inches. The watermark is an image of a hammer and anvil. NEAR FINE condition. There is a tiny pin hole near the top and bottom which I believe was part of the hand-printing process. A Bright and…

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    W. S. LANDOR. A BROADSIDE POEM by MARIANNE MOORE. ILLUSTRATED by LAURENCE SCOTT. Published by ADAMS & LOWELL HOUSE PRINTERS, Harvard Yard, Cambridge, March, 1965. Limited Edition, this being 1 of only 135 copies, this copy being hand numbered #91. "This is No. 91 of this Broadside Edition of one hundred and thirty-five copies, printed on a hand-press in Harvard Yard by the Adams & Lowell House Printers, March, 1965." Broadside with b&w illustration, printed on fine, watermarked, cream colored, rag paper, 12x17 inches. The watermark is an image of a hammer and anvil. NEAR FINE condition. There is a tiny pin hole near the top and bottom which I believe was part of the hand-printing process. A Bright and Lovely Broadside. This broadside came from the estate of Dennis C. Turner, a San Francisco Doctor who was a Friend of Many Poets and Artists, and who was also a Fine-Printer and broadside publisher in his early days at Harvard when he was involved as one of the student printers at the LOWELL-ADAMS HOUSE PRINTERS. He was a longtime friend of Cecil Day Lewis, Albert Gelpi, and a number of other poets and writers. He died in 2013. These ADAMS & LOWELL HOUSE, HARVARD YARD broadsides from the mid 1960s, especially those by important American poets, are SCARCE.

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  • Mark Barbour FINE PRINTING "THE PENETRATING LIGHT" Shakespeare Press Museum w/ Laid In SIGNED Letter 1986 by Mark Barbour and Daniel Flanagan Mark Barbour FINE PRINTING "THE PENETRATING LIGHT" Shakespeare Press Museum w/ Laid In SIGNED Letter 1986
    Mark Barbour and Daniel Flanagan

    THE PENETRATING LIGHT: FINE PRINTING and the MIND of the ARTIST. A book of quotes on fine printing and fine binding, with a quote by a noted printer and/or binder on each page. There is a two page forward by Mark Barbour.

    Finely Printed. LIMITED TO ONLY 250 COPIES, this being hand numbered copy 48.

    Published and Printed by SHAKESPEARE PRESS MUSEUM, California Polytechnic Institute, San Luis Obispo, California, 1986. Designed, Set by Hand, Printed and Bound by Mark Barbour and Daniel Flanagan.

    Created and Printed while MARK BARBOUR was a student at Cal Poly and was the CURATOR and PRESS DIRECTOR of Cal Poly's student run Shakespeare Press Museum. After graduating from Cal Poly, Mark Barbour went on…

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    THE PENETRATING LIGHT: FINE PRINTING and the MIND of the ARTIST. A book of quotes on fine printing and fine binding, with a quote by a noted printer and/or binder on each page. There is a two page forward by Mark Barbour.

    Finely Printed. LIMITED TO ONLY 250 COPIES, this being hand numbered copy 48.

    Published and Printed by SHAKESPEARE PRESS MUSEUM, California Polytechnic Institute, San Luis Obispo, California, 1986. Designed, Set by Hand, Printed and Bound by Mark Barbour and Daniel Flanagan.

    Created and Printed while MARK BARBOUR was a student at Cal Poly and was the CURATOR and PRESS DIRECTOR of Cal Poly's student run Shakespeare Press Museum. After graduating from Cal Poly, Mark Barbour went on to become the Founding Curator and Executive Director of the International Print Museum in Carson, California, a position that he holds to this day.

    FINE PRINTING, printed by letterpress, handmade paper covers, stab-sewn binding, 6x9.5 inches oblong, 37 pages plus a Colophon Page at the rear. Pages printed on one side only.

    The Colophon Page reads: "Compiled, edited, designed, set by hand, printed and bound by Mark Barbour and Daniel Flanagan at the Shakespeare Press Museum in the Graphic Communications building, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. // The types are Centaur and Arrighi with Delphian Titling for display. The papers are mould made Johannot for the text and hand made Pombie Bleu for the covers // This edition consists of 275 numbered copies, of which numbers 1-10 are presentation copies. This is number 48".

    LAID IN is a handwritten letter by Mark Barbour on Shakespeare Press Museum letterhead dated 9/27/87. The letter is to a Mrs. Boyce and reads: "Dear Mrs. Boyce, / Thank you for your support of the Shakespeare Press Museum. Because of your California residency we are required to collect sales tax. Thank you. / Sincerely / M. Barbour, Curator".

    NEAR FINE condition, two very light spots to the top page edges (edges of the closed book), overall tight, bright, clean and clear. Lovely.

    This book, created while Barbour was a student at Cal Poly, with a letter from him as Curator of the Shakespeare Press Museum, is quite special.

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  • MOSES : A PLAY by ISAAC ROSENBERG English Poet & Artist KILLED in WWI in 1918 by Isaac Rosenberg MOSES : A PLAY by ISAAC ROSENBERG English Poet & Artist KILLED in WWI in 1918
    Isaac Rosenberg

    MOSES : A PLAY, by ISAAC ROSENBERG. Published by the Imperial War Museum, Department of Printed Books, London, 1990. Number 2 in the Arts and Literature Series. Hardcover Book, no dustjacket as issued, 8.5x12 inches, xxvi + 111 pages. FACSIMILE of the Original Manuscript containing both hand written pages as well as typed pages with hand written notes, changes, additions, etc.; as well as a FACSIMILE of the first edition published in London, 1916. There is a 26 page Introduction to the facsimiles of the manuscript and first edition. VERY GOOD condition. The covers have some shelf rubbing and a few scratches; internally there is one page whose upper corner edges overhang the rest of the text block, clearly a…

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    MOSES : A PLAY, by ISAAC ROSENBERG. Published by the Imperial War Museum, Department of Printed Books, London, 1990. Number 2 in the Arts and Literature Series. Hardcover Book, no dustjacket as issued, 8.5x12 inches, xxvi + 111 pages. FACSIMILE of the Original Manuscript containing both hand written pages as well as typed pages with hand written notes, changes, additions, etc.; as well as a FACSIMILE of the first edition published in London, 1916. There is a 26 page Introduction to the facsimiles of the manuscript and first edition. VERY GOOD condition. The covers have some shelf rubbing and a few scratches; internally there is one page whose upper corner edges overhang the rest of the text block, clearly a printer's error (i.e. the leaf was trimmed incorrectly), otherwise the pages are tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. About ISAAC ROSENBERG (from Wikipedia): ******Isaac Rosenberg, b. 1890 d. 1918, was an English poet and artist. His Poems from the Trenches are recognized as some of the most outstanding poetry written during the First World War. He was killed in action in WWI. Rosenberg described his attitude towards war: "I never joined the army for patriotic reasons. Nothing can justify war. I suppose we must all fight to get the trouble over." On 21 March 1918 the German Army started its Spring Offensive on the Western Front. A week later, Rosenberg sent his last letter with a poem "Through These Pale Cold Days" to England before going to the front lines with reinforcements. Having just finished night patrol, he was killed on the night of 1 April 1918 with another ten KORL soldiers; there is a dispute as to whether his death occurred at the hands of a sniper or in close combat. In either case, he died in a town called Fampoux, north-east of Arras. He was first buried in a mass grave, but in 1926, the unidentified remains of six KORL soldiers were individually reinterred at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, Plot V, Saint-Laurent-Blangy, Pas de Calais, France.

    Rosenberg's gravestone is marked with his name and the words "Artist and Poet".******

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  • MY BROTHER, RAYMOND CARVER James Carver SIGNED BOXED LIMITED EDITION this being Copy #3 of only 12 produced by James Carver (Raymond Carver) MY BROTHER, RAYMOND CARVER James Carver SIGNED BOXED LIMITED EDITION this being Copy #3 of only 12 produced
    James Carver (Raymond Carver)

    MY BROTHER, RAYMOND CARVER: By James Carver.

    Published by Sore Dove Press, San Francisco, 2015, in an ARCHIVAL BOXED EDITION LIMITED TO 12 COPIES, this being hand numbered copy #3 of 12.

    Each box measures 8.5x12 inches and was handcrafted using archival materials. FINELY PRODUCED by a noted SMALL SAN FRANCISCO PRESS.

    The text, by James Carver, brother and only sibling of Raymond Carver, is on 35 loose 5x7 inch cards, printed on one side only. The last card is the Signature / Limitation card which has James Carver's signature and the statement that this is copy 3 of only 12 produced. In the text, James Carver tells about growing up with his brother Raymond and reveals biographical information…

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    MY BROTHER, RAYMOND CARVER: By James Carver.

    Published by Sore Dove Press, San Francisco, 2015, in an ARCHIVAL BOXED EDITION LIMITED TO 12 COPIES, this being hand numbered copy #3 of 12.

    Each box measures 8.5x12 inches and was handcrafted using archival materials. FINELY PRODUCED by a noted SMALL SAN FRANCISCO PRESS.

    The text, by James Carver, brother and only sibling of Raymond Carver, is on 35 loose 5x7 inch cards, printed on one side only. The last card is the Signature / Limitation card which has James Carver's signature and the statement that this is copy 3 of only 12 produced. In the text, James Carver tells about growing up with his brother Raymond and reveals biographical information that has not appeared elsewhere, not even in the last major biography of Carver. There are also 10 5x7 inch b&w photographs taken from Carver's personal family photo album. Some of these photos are shown here for the first time.

    FINE CONDITION, basically as new.

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  • POUR PSYCHE Poetry by CHARLES MAURRAS French Alt-Right Anti-Semite Fascist 1/550 by Charles Maurras POUR PSYCHE Poetry by CHARLES MAURRAS French Alt-Right Anti-Semite Fascist 1/550
    Charles Maurras

    POUR PSYCHÉ, by CHARLES MAURRAS. PARIS: A La Belle Édition / Imprimerie François Bernouard, 1919. Fine Printing from the Parisian Press of François Bernouard and his imprint A La Belle Edition. One of 500 numbered copies on Verge d'Arches paper, from a total edition of 550. This copy is numbered 417. Text in French. Illustrated paper wrappers in glassine jacket, 8x10 inches (21.5x26.5cm), 28 unnumbered pages. Condition: GOOD book, soiling to the front cover, toning to the page edges, otherwise bright, clean and clear; in a toned / browned but otherwise GOOD glassine wrapper. A solid, complete, presentable copy. About CHARLES MAURRAS (excerpts from Wikipedia): ****** Charles Marie Photius Maurras, b.1868 d.1952, was a French author, politician, poet, and critic.…

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    POUR PSYCHÉ, by CHARLES MAURRAS. PARIS: A La Belle Édition / Imprimerie François Bernouard, 1919. Fine Printing from the Parisian Press of François Bernouard and his imprint A La Belle Edition. One of 500 numbered copies on Verge d'Arches paper, from a total edition of 550. This copy is numbered 417. Text in French. Illustrated paper wrappers in glassine jacket, 8x10 inches (21.5x26.5cm), 28 unnumbered pages. Condition: GOOD book, soiling to the front cover, toning to the page edges, otherwise bright, clean and clear; in a toned / browned but otherwise GOOD glassine wrapper. A solid, complete, presentable copy. About CHARLES MAURRAS (excerpts from Wikipedia): ****** Charles Marie Photius Maurras, b.1868 d.1952, was a French author, politician, poet, and critic. He was an organizer and principal philosopher of Action Française, a political movement that was monarchist, anti-Semitic, anti-parliamentarist, and counter revolutionary. Maurras' ideas greatly influenced Nationalisme Intégral. A major tenet of Integral Nationalism was stated by Maurras as: "a true nationalist places his country above everything else". A political theorist and a major intellectual influence in early 20th century Europe, his views influenced several far right ideologies; as well as some of the ideas of fascism. Maurras was arrested in September 1944 and indicted by High Court of Lyon for "complicity with the enemy". Maurras was sentenced to life imprisonment. He was automatically dismissed from the Académie Française. Imprisoned in Riom and then Clairvaux, Maurras was released in March 1952 to enter a hospital. Although weakened, Maurras collaborated with Aspects de la France, which had replaced the outlawed review Action Française in 1947. He was transferred to a clinic in Tours, where he soon died. Former Chief Trump White House strategist Steve Bannon has quoted Maurras approvingly. ("Stephen Bannon Is a Fan of a French Philosopher Charles Maurras Who Was an Anti Semite and a Nazi Supporter and was sentenced to life in prison for complicity with the Nazis" Mother Jones magazine March 16, 2017)****** About FRANÇOIS BERNOUARD (from Wikipedia) ******François Bernouard, b.1884 d.1949, was a French publisher of the early 20th century, also a poet and playwright. He founded his publishing house in 1909. He published under four names: FRANÇOIS BERNOUARD, À LA BELLE ÉDITION, TYPOGRAPHIE FRANÇOIS BERNOUARD, and À SCHÉHÉRAZADE. His finely printed books are distinguished by the presence on the cover of a rose drawn by Paul Iribe .The collection of À la Belle Édition was reprinted in September 1943 by JB Janin.******

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  • RICHARD JOHN HOFFMAN - MASTER PRINTER First Edition Limited 1/250 ILLUSTRATED Association Copy HAND SIGNED by BARRY MOSER by Edward Repan Petko RICHARD JOHN HOFFMAN - MASTER PRINTER First Edition Limited 1/250 ILLUSTRATED Association Copy HAND SIGNED by BARRY MOSER
    Edward Repan Petko

    A TRIBUTE to the WORK of RICHARD JOHN HOFFMAN: MASTER PRINTER and TEACHER, by Edward Repan Petko.

    Published by The Zamorano Club, Los Angeles, California, 2002. FIRST and LIMITED EDITION of only 250 copies, as stated on its Colophon page (the last page).

    SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY:

    HAND SIGNED by BARRY MOSER on a BOOKPLATE on the front pastedown. Barry Moser, b.1940, is, in addition to being a well known artist, printer and illustrator, the Owner, Operator, and Proprietor of PENNYROYAL PRESS. A master printer and press owner's signed bookplate inside a book about a master printer and press owner. Rather cool.

    Hardcover Book, burgundy cloth covered boards, gilt titling and designs to the front cover and spine, no dustjacket as…

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    A TRIBUTE to the WORK of RICHARD JOHN HOFFMAN: MASTER PRINTER and TEACHER, by Edward Repan Petko.

    Published by The Zamorano Club, Los Angeles, California, 2002. FIRST and LIMITED EDITION of only 250 copies, as stated on its Colophon page (the last page).

    SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY:

    HAND SIGNED by BARRY MOSER on a BOOKPLATE on the front pastedown. Barry Moser, b.1940, is, in addition to being a well known artist, printer and illustrator, the Owner, Operator, and Proprietor of PENNYROYAL PRESS. A master printer and press owner's signed bookplate inside a book about a master printer and press owner. Rather cool.

    Hardcover Book, burgundy cloth covered boards, gilt titling and designs to the front cover and spine, no dustjacket as issued, 9x12 inches, 157 pages. Illustrated with a tipped on glossy color photograph frontispiece, some page borders in red, blue, and shades of gray, and a 20 pages of illustrations of Hoffman's Books & Imprints at the rear.

    FINE condition, tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Lovely.

    INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • The Press in Tuscany Alley Announces THE EPHEMERA OF ADRIAN WILSON / a Prospectus with sample leaves by Joyce Lancaster Wilson, Joyce Lancaster Wilson The Press in Tuscany Alley Announces THE EPHEMERA OF ADRIAN WILSON / a Prospectus with sample leaves
    Joyce Lancaster Wilson, Joyce Lancaster Wilson

    The Press In Tuscany Alley Announces / (i.e. Prospectus For) THE EPHEMERA OF ADRIAN WILSON: An Annotated List 1944-1988, by James Linden with Commentary by Joyce Lancaster Wilson. Published by The Press In Tuscany Alley, San Francisco, 1994..

    A beautifully produced Announcement / Prospectus.

    Folder / Paper Covers, 9x12 inches, string-bound with 8 pages plus 2 folded sample leaves (pages 129/130 and 107/108) laid into a flap on the inside rear cover. Comes with its original mailing envelope.

    Illustrated with a frontispiece tipped-in photograph of the gate entrance to the Press In Tuscany Alley, plus some printed illustrations.

    The Prospectus is in FINE condition. The mailing envelope is in GOOD condition with some corner and flap wear, and a couple…

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    The Press In Tuscany Alley Announces / (i.e. Prospectus For) THE EPHEMERA OF ADRIAN WILSON: An Annotated List 1944-1988, by James Linden with Commentary by Joyce Lancaster Wilson. Published by The Press In Tuscany Alley, San Francisco, 1994..

    A beautifully produced Announcement / Prospectus.

    Folder / Paper Covers, 9x12 inches, string-bound with 8 pages plus 2 folded sample leaves (pages 129/130 and 107/108) laid into a flap on the inside rear cover. Comes with its original mailing envelope.

    Illustrated with a frontispiece tipped-in photograph of the gate entrance to the Press In Tuscany Alley, plus some printed illustrations.

    The Prospectus is in FINE condition. The mailing envelope is in GOOD condition with some corner and flap wear, and a couple small scrapes; the envelope has NOT been used for mailing.

    About ADRIAN WILSON (from a 1988 NY Times Obituary):

    ******Adrian Wilson, a book designer and scholar who was considered one of America's leading fine printers, died Wednesday in San Francisco. He was 64 years old.

    Working out of a small San Francisco studio known as '"The Press at Tuscany Valley," Mr. Wilson designed and printed scores of books. His many volumes, while little known to the general public, are famous among print connoisseurs, and many are collectors' items.

    In 1983, Mr. Wilson won a MacArthur Fellowship.

    He is survived by his wife and by his daughter, Melissa Wilson Marshall, of San Francisco.******

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  • THE STINEHOUR PRESS : FINE PRINTING SPECIMENS "Pages From The Press" ILLUSTRATED with Laid In EPHEMERA THE STINEHOUR PRESS : FINE PRINTING SPECIMENS "Pages From The Press" ILLUSTRATED with Laid In EPHEMERA

    PAGES FROM THE PRESS: THE STINEHOUR PRESS

    Published by the Stinehour Press, Luneburg, Vermont, [1997].

    A promotional book of the Stinehour Press containing specimens of its fine printing.

    Softcovers, 9x12 inches, 65 pages. Illustrated throughout.

    Laid in is a beautiful 7x9.5 inch Stinehour Press promotional card with a tipped on photograph of a nude woman, taken from one of the Press's fine printings; a single page flyer promoting the Stinehour Press; and a single page small broadside describing the various printing services of the Stinehour Press.

    Condition: GOOD book, a bump and a 1/2 inch tear to the top of the spine, otherwise tight, bright, clean and unmarked. The laid in ephemera is in near fine condition.

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  • Walter Landor EPIGRAMMATIST POSTCARD SERIES #1 Pub by ROBERT L. BARTH, Kentucky by Walter Savage Landor, Robert L. Barth Walter Landor EPIGRAMMATIST POSTCARD SERIES #1 Pub by ROBERT L. BARTH, Kentucky
    Walter Savage Landor, Robert L. Barth

    WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR : TWELVE EPIGRAMS, selected by Bob Barth. Epigrammatist postcard series #1. Contains 12 printed cards, printed on one side only. A complete set. EPIGRAMMATIST POSTCARD SERIES #1. Published by Robert L. Barth, Edgewood, Kentucky. Twelve 4x5.5 inch cards in a printed paper wraparound band that is sealed with a strip of clear tape at the rear. Undated but possibly published in the 1990s. NEAR FINE condition, clean, sharp and bright. A nice complete set of EPIGRAMMATIST POSTCARD SERIES #1 from the SMALL PRESS PUBLISHER, ROBERT L. BARTH of Kentucky.

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