A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE OLD EPISCOPAL BURYING GROUND IN LEXINGTON, KY.
Adorned with Sculptures by Mr. John De Pol.
The last Gravesend Press book, started by Joseph C. Graves in 1960 and finished by Bob Middleton in 1967.
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ALBUM PER L'ESPOSIZIONE DI BELLE ARTI E MESTIERI IN SAVON...
by Reci(usione) Militare
Text in Italian. Each page framed by beautifully color printed ornaments and borders. The printing itself is partially done in various colors on different backgrounds. See Fumagalli, Lexicon typographicum p. 387 (for Savona where printing started in 1474). A magnificent Italian type specimen issued by the Military Printing Department of Savona to celebrate the opening of an art exhibition there. Printed on fine paper. A scarce book with no copies located by WorldCat, COPAC, ICCU (2900 Italian libraries). Edges bumped, with one edge severely bumped. Some spotting on cover.