Contains 22 Results:
The Book of the Knight of La Tour Landry. Edited by G. S. Taylor.
London: The Verona Society, 1930.
Printed by H. P. R. Finberg at the Alcuin Press. One of an edition of 500. 24.7 cm. xii, 171pp. Printed on “Verona” h.m.p.
WILLIAM MORRIS, ET. AL. FOURTEEN ADDRESSES DELIVERED TO STUDENTS OF THE BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF ART NOW THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND CRAFTS MARGARET STREET 1892 - 1924.
Birmingham: Birmingham School of Printing, 1942.
4to. Publisher’s cloth.242pp. Linotype 14 point Granjon. Purchased 2000.
The Man of Property by John Galsworthy.
New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1964.
No. 440 of 1500 copies. Designed by John Dreyfus. Illustrated by Charles Mozley. Printed by A. Colish. Monotype Baskerville. Curtis cream white paper. 285 pp. 28cm
The Way of the World. By William Congreve. An unexpurgated edition, including an original signed etching by A. R. Middleton Todd, A.R.E. and a Foreword by Malcolm C. Salaman.
London, Haymarket Press, 1928.
One of 875 copies on Japan vellum. Copy no. 442. Drawing on title page by William Monk, R.E. Volume has been printed by the Westminster Press. 79 pages. 25.5cm.
VIRGIL. THE GEORGICS.
London: George W. Jones, 1931.
4to. Illustrated with wood engravings by Edward Carrick (i.e., Edward Anthony Craig). Printed in Jones’s 18 - point Linotype Estienne. Translated by R. D. Blackmore. Introduction by R. S. Conway. ONE OF 500 COPIES 4to 28 cm..xxviii, 132 pp.
Silas Marner, The Weaver of Raveloe.
Printed for the Members of The Limited Editions Club at The Shenval Press, 1953.
Designed by Hans Schmoller. Illustrated with lithographs by Lynton Lamb, printed at The Curwen Press. One of 1500 copies. Basingwerk Parchment paper from the Abbey Mills in Flintshire. 12-point monotype Bell, heavily “leaded” 246pp. 25cm. In slipcase.
Leaf 208. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Philadelphia: No. 1 of the Anderson Books, 1930.
Designed by Carl J. H. Anderson. Illustrations by Lyle Justis. Printed at the Franklin Printing Co. Baskerville type. Worthy Signature paper. 240 pp. One of the 50 Books for 1931.
Walt Whitman yesterday and today by Henry Legler
Chicago: Brothers of the Book, 1916.
600 copies. Printed by the Faithorn Company. 5 3/4 X 8 1/2" Fabriano handmade paper. Caslon type. 71 pp
Cataloged: X, Call# Call# PS3238.L4 1916
The Great Thousand Years by Ralph Adams Cram
Chicago: Brothers of the Book, 1918.
One of 278 copies (this one of 225 on h.m.p.) Printed by the University Press, Cambridge, USA.Italian handmade paper. 5 3/4 X 8 5/8" vi, 68 pp. Caslon type. Publisher’s boards.