LOUIS HERMAN KINDER AND FINE BOOKBINDING IN AMERICA, A CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF THE ROYCROFT SHOP.
Wolfe, Richard J. and Paul McKenna
S-K 7047. Limited to 325 copies. A history of this German born binder who worked for the Roycrofters from 1897 to 1911. The authors have included much unpublished material relating to Kinder and Hubbard, a rather complete catalogue of impressions of Kinder's bookbinding hand tools and illustrated fourteen bindings in full color. Another excellent Bird & Bull production. With prospectus loosely inserted.
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> From the Collection of Deborah Evetts
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> Middleton, Bernard C., RECOLLECTIONS, MY LIFE IN BOOKBINDING.
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> Morris, Henry, REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE FROM IPH MEMBERS
> Voorn, Henk, OLD REAM WRAPPERS, AN ESSAY ON EARLY REAM WRAPPERS OF ANTIQUARIAN INTEREST.
PERSVERGULDLETTERS & SIERSTUKKEN VAN DE COLLECTIEELIAS P....
by Daal, Geert van
This limited and numbered edition contains plates that reproduce letters and ornaments from this collection of bookbinding tools. Written in Dutch, this work also includes a full color photograph of the large wooden cabinent that holds the tools.