Limited to 95 copies. Signed by the poet and illustrator. The poem is illustrated with five woodcuts by Bracaval. Bracaval has been awarded many prizes through nearly four decades beginning with the Prix Lafont in 1967 and most recently the Prix Robert Beltz in 2002. His works are continually exhibited and are held in such public collections as the Centre George Pompidou, British Library, and the Boston Athenaeum.
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THE STORY OF THE VILLAGE TYPE BY ITS DESIGNER.
by Goudy, Frederic W.
First edition signed by Goudy, limited to 650 copies of which this is one of 200 numbered copies printed on Arnold Unbleached hand made paper for Cary and containing an extra page of supplementary information identifying the work on which Mr. Goudy has assigned those serial numbers which are missing from the chronological table. Contains a short history of the Village Press and a chronological checklist of types created by Goudy. Nicely printed by Melbert Cary at his private press.