Introduction by emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie.
New Haven: Yale University Press in association with the Library of Congress, 1995. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. xl, 479+(1) pages. Introduction by emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie. First edition. Foreword by James H. Billington, The Librarian of Congress and another foreword by Jean Favier, Président de la Bibliothèque nationale de France. An incredibly beautiful book filled with illustrations in color. READ MORE
Introduction by emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie.
(Market Drayton, England): Tern Press, (1989). 32mo. cloth, label on front cover, top edge cut, other edges uncut. unpaginated. Limited to 100 numbered copies, signed by illustrator and printer Nicholas Parry on colophon. Illustrated by Nicholas and Mary Parry. Quotation from Ogden Nash precedes text. A collection of poetic works. READ MORE
London, England: Lund Humphries, (1980). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 151+(1) pages. Table of contents, preface, introduction, select bibliography, catalogue of works at the gallery, list of other illustrations. 8 color plates. Gives particular attention to Ford Madox Brown. READ MORE
(San Diego: Ash Ranch Press, 1988). oblong miniature book (6.0 x 5.0 cm). cloth, title and author gilt-stamped on front board, marbled endpapers. unpaginated. Limited to 100 copies, signed on colophon by publisher Don Hildreth. (Bradbury, Ash Ranch Press 11). Illustrated title page, bordered text. A Christmas ballad first presented to the St. Nicholas Society of New York on December 6, 1907. With ink ownership stamp of "KIR" (Kathryn Rickard) on verso of free endpaper. READ MORE
(San Diego: Ash Ranch Press, 1988). miniature book (5.1 x 6.6 cm). leather, title and author gilt-stamped on spine, edges uncut; cloth slipcase, title and author gilt-stamped on spine. 78, (2) pages. Limited to 26 numbered copies and 26 lettered and signed by the printer. This copy is lettered and signed. (Bradbury, Ash Ranch Press 9). An essay from Days Off and Other Digressions (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907). Colophon includes a biographical sketch of the... READ MORE
Oxford: Plough Press, 1983. small 4to. cloth, top edge gilt, paper spine labels, slipcase. 46, (2) pages in first volume; second is a cloth folder containing one sheet with seven specimens of different types of leather pasted on, another sheet with nine specimens of cloth pasted on, a four page section with 71 reproductions of cloth rubbings being the Winterbottom designs and a specimen of brass type that would be used by a bookbinder. 2... READ MORE
London: Charles Skilton Ltd. (1963). small 4to. cloth, dust jacket. 138 pages. First edition. Contains a full bibliography of the books produced at the Birmingham School of Printing during this period. Small tear in jacket along top of front hinge. READ MORE
(San Fernando, CA): Junipero Serra Press, 1993. miniature book (6.6 x 5.5 cm). cloth. 26, (2) pages. Limited to 125 numbered copies (Bradbury, Serra 57). Frontispiece. A brief biography of Wilbur Macy Stone (1862-1941), an early collector of and expert on miniature books. Spine lightly sunned and boards lightly soiled. READ MORE
Los Angeles, CA: MarMichel Press, 1997. miniature book (7.2 x 5.5 cm.). cloth-backed boards. (vi), 9, (5) pages. Limited to 504 copies (Bradbury, MarMichel 2). Designed and printed letterpress for Michele McGarry Crahan by Regis Graden at Nut Quad Press and bound by Marianna (sic) Blau. Illustrated including an actual postage stamp from Jordan. READ MORE
Edinburgh: John Grant, 1910. 8vo. original cloth, top edge gilt, others uncut. 267, (5) pages. Second edition. Twelve chapters on the history of the print and its production. Illustrated. With two postscripts not in the original edition. Well preserved copy. READ MORE
(Richmondville, NY: The Phoenix, 1988. 32mo. stiff paper wrappers. (iv), 6, (2) pages. Limited to 250 numbered copies. Reprint of 1952 edition, printed by Newberry STA, Chicago. Foreword by Kathryn I. Rickard. A brief survey of the history of miniature books. READ MORE
Newtown: Bird & Bull Press, 1983. oblong 12mo. quarter leather over marbled paper-covered boards, leather tips. 64 pages followed by the tipped-in samples. First edition, limited to 350 numbered copies (Heaney A37). Reprints the first American Treatise on Marbling, an account which appears in the April 1829 issue of the Journal of the Franklin Institute with additional text by Wolfe. Beautifully printed on handmade paper. READ MORE
Revere, PA and Winchester, England: Woolmer/Brotherson Ltd and St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1988. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xxxii, 186 pages. With an introduction by Penelope Fitzgerald. This publishing venture was founded by Harold Monro in 1912 in London and continued in business until 1935. Contains a bibliography of the books, rhyme sheets, broadsides, Christmas cards, periodicals etc issued by the press. Well illustrated. Spine of jacket slightly faded. READ MORE
Skokie, IL: Black Cat Press, (1979). miniature book (4.3 x 5.8 cm). cloth, title gilt-stamped on spine, decoration gilt-stamped on front board, marbled endpapers. 33, (3) pages. Limited to 249 copies. (Bradbury, Black Cat Press 55). Publisher's note by Norman Forque. Printed French-fold. With the miniature bookplate of Kathryn Rickard on the front pastedown. READ MORE