A BOOK OF SIMPLE TOYS, A FACSIMILE WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY SEYMOUR ADELMAN.
Fraser, Claud Lovat
Limited to 1000 copies and designed and printed by Henry Morris at his Bird & Bull Press. Filled with full color illustrations of toys drawn by Fraser. Spine slightly faded.
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HANDMADE PAPERS OF THE WORLD
Limited to 1100 numbered copies. Includes one volume of essays in Japanese, a large folio book of 159 pages containing the text in English with numerous authors describing handmade paper for specific countries, a folding case of samples of "forefathers of paper," two sample cases containing specimens of handmade paper from throughout the world and a small price book showing prices for some of the handmade papers shown in the sample cases. The five samples of paper forefathers include papyrus, parchment, Bai-Lan, Amatl Paper and Tapa. The two other specimen cases contain 171 samples of paper from 23 countries. Henry Morris of the Bird & Bull Press wrote the section describing hand papermaking in the United States. Missing four sheets which are replaced with photocopies.