OLD REAM WRAPPERS, AN ESSAY ON EARLY REAM WRAPPERS OF ANTIQUARIAN INTEREST.
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.
More On This Subject - -
> PRIVATE PRESS & FINE PRINTING, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> UNITED STATES, PENNSYLVANIA
> BIRD & BULL PRESS
Books of related interests - -
> Morris, Henry, GUILFORD & GREEN
> Wolfe, Richard J., THREE EARLY FRENCH ESSAYS ON PAPER MARBLING, 1642-1765
> Schlosser, Leonard B., A PAIR ON PAPER, TWO ESSAYS ON PAPER HISTORY AND RELATED MATTERS.
INSURANCE MAP OF OCEAN CITY, MD.
Originally published in 1929, these color maps have had several revisions. They consist of linen-backed paper with the corrections pasted directly onto the map. Wear and rubbing at extremities, especially near corners, spine only connected at spine ends. Stains and soiling on covers, paper cover label with some paper loss on right side as well as extremities. Attached by paperclip to the first map is an order form from the Sanborn Map Company. Laid-in at the end are some torn pages of additional notes. Maps heavily wrinkled due to the pasting of the corrections.