THE FLEURON, A JOURNAL OF TYPOGRAPHY.
Simon, Oliver (editor)
Printed by the Curwen Press and limited to 1000 copies. Articles by Meynell and Morison on Printers' Flowers and Arabesques, Rothenstein on T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, Holbrook Jackson on Claud Lovat Fraser, Updike on a lost Caslon specimen, etc. Covers rubbed with corner bumped.
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THE GREAT CIVIL WAR, A HISTORY OF THE LATE REBELLION WITH...
by Tomes, Robert.
First edition (Not in Nevins). "Continued from the beginning of the year 1864 to the end of the War by Benjamin G. Smith. Filled with illustrations (ten colored maps, 36 portraits, 22 views). Covers rubbed along edges. Inside hinges partially cracked. Well preserved set.