THE THREE MUSKETEERS.
Limited edition of 750 numbered copies. With 250 illustrations by Maurice Leloir engraved on wood by J. Huyot. Translated from the French by William Robson. Includes letter from Alexandre Dumas fils. List of illustrations. Boards scuffed and faded at edges and corners. Inside hinges of first volume partially cracked. Owner's name stamped on front endpaper.
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MATRIX 2, A REVIEW FOR PRINTERS & BIBLIOPHILES.
Reprint of the first edition, limited to 475 numbered copies. (Butcher 119). Twenty-one chapters on various aspects of printing, private press, illustration and papermaking. Includes articles by Adrian Cunningham on Eric Gill, John Biggs on wood-engraving in Russia, James Mosley on Gill and the Golden Cockerel Type, John Randle on the Rampant Lions Press and many others. Fine in near fine dust wrappers.