- (London) : Hogarth Press (1927)
- rebacked in matching brown cloth, illustrated paper covered boards, top edge cut, others uncut
- Order Nr. 107075
- Price: $ 850.00
Third English edition, limited to 500 numbered copies (Woolmer 155; Kirkpatrick A3c). Published November 1927; the British Museum copy is dated 17 November 1927 (Kirkpatrick). Illustrated by Vanessa Bell. Brief novel set in the luxuriant flora of Kew Gardens. Front board decorated azure blue, lime-green and milk-chocolate brown. Title page also milk-chocolate brown. Text, on recto of leaf only, is surrounded by black and white illustrations by Bell. Printed and engraved by Herbert Reiach, Limited. Spine rebacked. Boards soiled and stained, slightly worn at edges. Pencil notations on back pastedown. Slight tanning.
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> PRIVATE PRESS & FINE PRINTING, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> UNITED KINGDOM
> HOGARTH PRESS
> BELL, VANESSA
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> From the Collection of Arnold Leibowitz
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Text in French. Limited to 999 copies. The art of paper making for books and brochures in Germany between 1680 and 1830. Table of contents. Introduction by the author. Acknowledgments. Sections on gilt paper (including varnished, embossed and plates), and papers colored by the patron. Full color illustrations. Bibliography and photographic credits. A major new book on this subject. Prospectus laid in.