THE PRINTER'S CRAFT.
First edition. Exhibition catalogue of the R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company Collection including finely printed books and books on printing and design from Aldus to Dwiggins. Lists 105 items with black-and-white illustrations of each.
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RECOLLECTIONS, MY LIFE IN BOOKBINDING.
by Middleton, Bernard C.
First edition, limited to 200 numbered copies. Printed by hand on Arches mouldmade paper in Dante types composed by Golgonozza Letter Foundry. Bound by Campbell-Logan Bindery. With a foreword by Marianne Tidcombe. Autobiographical notes by one of the most famous bookbinders of our day. Includes numerous illustrations showing Middleton at different stages of his life and also includes a number of full color reproductions of Middleton bindings. Contains a bibliography of his writings in the back. Prospectus loosely inserted.