Being sold on behalf of Gillian Sewell.
In good condition.
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7.75 x 11.25 x .825"; 124 pages of which 118 are numbered. Set in Van Dijck, Walbaum, Univers Light, Joanna, Poltawski, Gill Sans, Bell, and Caslon. Printed on Somerville Laid and Zerkall mould-made papers. Illustrations: photos, woodcuts, samples. Of the edition of 725: 655 in stiff covers; 70 quarter-bound in Oasis leather and marbled paper with a portfolio of additional material.
Contains the following articles/essays: Barbara Henry on Dale Guild Type foundry; Catherine Dixon and Henrique Nardi on "Letterpress from the Street: Grafica Fidalga, Sao Paulo"; Geri Waddington on "French Papermakers and other House Guests"; David Godine on "David Godine: the Letterpress Years"; John Smith on "Pied Sorts and Squint Chases"; Ross Shaw on "It Takes All Types - The Occasional Print Club"; Mauro Chiabrando on "A Century of Futurist Typography"; John Randle on "Michael Richey: Two Encounters"; John G. Kristensen on "Buttonhooks for a Brave New World"; Jerry Kelly on "The Quiet Ones"; Jesse Marsolais on "A Boy at Firefly Press"; Colin Franklin on "In a Golden Age of Publishing"; John Randle on "Jacek Agopsowicz, 1947-2010"; Tanya Schmoller on "Tschichold Arrives at Victoria, 17.6.47"; Alan Powers on "Robert Harling in the 1930s"; Sebastian Carter on "Hunt Roman"; Jerry Kelly on "Fine Printing at the Stinehour Press, 1950 - 2008"; Paul W. Nash on "Private Press Books 2009: A Review"; book reviews by Robert Elwall, Gaylord Schanilec, James Clough, and John Randle; and John Randle on "'Bookish Treasures Have a Hard Time Competing with the Framed Village Dog Show.'"