THE STORY OF A GREAT PUBLISHING HOUSE.
Promotional brochure from this English publisher. Letter from publisher loosely inserted.
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OLD REAM WRAPPERS, AN ESSAY ON EARLY REAM WRAPPERS OF ANT...
by Voorn, Henk
Taylor A8. One of 375 numbered copies; this copy has "printer's copy" written in place of a number on the colophon. 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 the separately issued envelope containing two reproductions of a ream wrapper present. This is often missing as it is much larger than the book. In a variant binding.