Contains 18 Results:
Tinan, Jean de. La Petite Jeanne Pale.
Paris: Printed by R. Girard for Compagnie Francaise des Arts Graphiques, 1945.
4to. Illustrated with lithographs in colour by Robert Bonfils. The lithographs printed by E. Desjobert. No. 248 of an edition of 310 copies, this being one of 260 on Marais paper. Loose leaves in wrappers, folder and slipcase as published. Monod, no. 10688. Purchased from Rene Kieffer, France, 1986. OX.
Toulet, Paul-Jean. Mon Amie Nane.
Paris: Printed by Raymond Jacquet for La Bonne Compagnie, 1918 (1948).
Small 4to. Illustrated with engravings on copper by Jean Berque, coloured by pochoir; the engravings printed by Imprimerie Chassepot. No. 161 of an edition of 500 copies, this being one of 450 regular copies. Loose leaves in wrappers, folder and slipcase, as published. Monod No. 10731. Purchased 2003.
Peillard, Leonce. Marines. Preface de Claude Farrere.
Paris: R. Girard & Cie, Editeurs (1951)
4to. Illustrated with copper and wood engravings by Andre Dignimont. No. 322 of an edition of 362 copies, this being one of 300 regular copies. Loose leaves in wrappers, folder and slipcase. Monod, no. 8934. Purchased from Libreria Antiquaria Delstres, 2002. OA.
Goethe. Hermann und Dorothea.
Munich: Verlag der Bremer Presse, 1922.
No. 227 of 500 copies printed on a handpress on handmade paper. Foxing. Publisher’s boards, worn.
KARL MATTHIES. STERNE. EIN LEBEN IN LIEDERN.
Frankfurt am Main: Privately printed by the Schriftgiesserei D. Stempel, 1911.
4to. Written, designed and illustrated by Karl Matthies and printed as a specimen of his Matthies=Kursiv type. Publisher’s wrappers.107 pp. 24cm
Der Ackermann und der Tod. Übersetzt von Hans Franck.
Union Verlag, Berlin (1955).
Antiqua und Kursiv des Stempelschneiders und Schriftgiessers Anton Janson. Set and printed in Leipzig by Offizin Andersen Nexö. Binding, typographic design and initials by Horst Erich Wolter. The initials cut in metal by Herbert Lorenz. Paper from the Patentpapierfabrik at Penig. 94, (10)pp. Publisher’s leather backed cloth.
Aischylos. AGAMEMNOON. TRANS. P. C. BOUTENS.
Rotterdam: W. L. & J. Brusse, 1930.
8vo. Designed by S. H. De Roos and printed in his Hollandsche Mediaeval type 12 point. One of an edition of 600 COPIES. Publisher’s wrappers.74 pp.25 cm.