THE HISTORY OF WOOD-ENGRAVING IN AMERICA.
First edition, limited to 1,000 numbered copies signed by the author. With 20 full-page plates reproducing woodcuts from such artists as Anderson, Linton, Cole, Kruell, Closson and others. Wear along edges and at tips. Small damaged spot on spine.
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A RECORD OF BOOKS & LETTERS COLLECTED BY WILLIAM HARRIS A...
by Arnold, William Harris
First edition, one of 29 numbered copies printed on Japan paper out of a total limitation of 145 copies numbered and signed by Frank Hopkins of the Marion Press. (Webber p.25). Arnold was a bookseller and collector. This book records his activities as a collector showing prices paid for books and prices realized at their auction sale. Filled with illustrations. Label is spotted along edge.