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MISCELLANY 2. A NEW COLLECTION OF WORK COMPLETED OR PROJECTED, OR DONE TO DISPLAY TYPES AND PICTURES, PRINTED AT THE RAMPANT LIONS PRESS.
Limited to 225 numbered copies. A beautifully executed private press miscellany issued a decade after their initial miscellany. It presents samples of completed, projected, and at times purely whimsical work by the press with a strong emphasis on experimental typography. Many items are printed in various colors on a variety of papers. Includes a check-list of the work of this press operated by Will and Sebastian Carter that supplements the list published in the first miscellany.
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> PRIVATE PRESS & FINE PRINTING, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> UNITED KINGDOM
> RAMPANT LIONS PRESS
> BIBLIOGRAPHY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> PRINTING HISTORY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> CARTER, SEBASTIAN
> GRAPHIC DESIGN
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> THE RAMPANT LIONS PRESS MISCELLANY.
> Cloud, Gerald W., JOHN RODKER'S OVID PRESS: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY
> Arnold, John, THE FANFROLICO PRESS: SATYRS, FAUNS AND FINE BOOKS.
> GANYMED: PRINTING, PUBLISHING, DESIGN
THE MERCHANT EXPLORER, A COMMENTARY ON SELECTED RECENT AC...
A run of the first thirty-three issues of The Merchant Explorer, an occasional publication of the James Ford Bell Collection that includes articles about various topics of trade before 1800. The James Ford Bell Collection was intended "to establish an historical background and knowledge of this great economic force and the part it has played and still plays in the development of the present-day world." General topics and key words are typed in blue on the margins. Announcements for other James Ford Bell Publications and an invitation for membership are loosely laid-in to various issues. Spines faded. Slight shelf wear.