Order Nr. 11227 THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION. Theodore Bachaus, but Henry Morris.
THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION.
THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION.
THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION.
THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION.
THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION.
THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION.

THE WORLD'S WORST MARBLED PAPERS, BEING A COLLECTION.

(Bird & Bull Press).
  • N.P. San Serriffe Publishing Co., 1978.
  • tall 8vo.
  • stiff paper wrappers
  • 10 pages, 10 double-page marbled paper samples, 5 pages

Price: $125.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 11227

Limited to 400 copies, all numbered "1." (Taylor A20). A near fine copy. This book provides the first view of Henry Morris's mythical world of San Serriffe. Little did he know that this one book would inspire a series of Bird & Bull Press titles. As Swift used Gulliver, Henry Morris resurrected his mythical author, Theodore Bachaus, from the Bird & Bull Commonplace Book and Number 13 to give us comments on a very bad lot of marbled paper he received. Very amusing.