AMERICAN IRON HAND PRESSES.
Saxe, Stephen O.
First edition, limited to 180 numbered copies signed by the author and illustrator. The story of the iron hand press in America from the beginning to their final manufacture. Illustrated with fifteen fine wood engravings by John DePol. Slightly bumped at head of spine.
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> PRIVATE PRESS & FINE PRINTING, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> UNITED STATES
> YELLOW BARN PRESS
> PRINTING HISTORY, NINETEENTH CENTURY
> DEPOL, JOHN
> SHAVER, NEIL
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Taylor A8. One of 375 numbered copies. This was by far the largest Bird & Bull edition to date. It took Mr. Morris 30 weeks to make the paper used for it. The book was the result of a trip the Morris's took to Europe in 1967. With prospectusThe separately issued envelope containing two reproductions of a ream wrapper is not present.