- (Lower Marston Farm, Risbury, Herrefordsire, England: The Whittington Press, 2018).
- quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards
- (vi), 168, (2) pages
Price: $750.00 other currencies
Order Nr. 133479
Limited to 660 copies, this being one of 60 copies of the deluxe edition bound in Oasis leather and papers marbled by Jill Sellars, with a portfolio of additional material. Set in Gill Sans, Univers Light, Caslon, Modern No. 1, Perpetua, Goudy Modern, Van Dijck, Cochin, Bodoni, Times Roman, Walbaum & Poliphilus types. The second issue with photograph (Whittington Court, 1974) on front dust jacket. Tipped in frontispiece by John Craig. Color and black and white illustrations throughout text, including some tipped-in and two foldouts. Prospectus for Matrix 36 laid in.
The contents include: "A Young Craftsman at Daneway House" by Simon Verity; "Typographical Architecture" by Otto Gobey; "A Tale of Two Collections" by Sophie Schneideman; "The Book of Disquiet" by Tim Hopkins; "Doing the Odd Linocut" by Frances Fineran; "With the Gills at Pigotts" by Clemency Stanes; "Ageing and Building, a Wood-engraving Collage" by Hilary Paynter; "The House Where Phil Lived" by Rob Rulon-Miller; "Ina Bandy's Photographs of Matisse" by John Bidwell; "A Tale and its Unfolding" by John Crombie; "Wood and Type: an Ancient History" by Enrico Tallone; "Allamanda Press: Now We Are Six" by Paul Hatcher; "In the Shadow of Dunbar Hay" by Alan Powers; "Rambles in Letterpress" by Alan Brignull; "The Bodoni Museum" by Michael Daniell; "David Wakefield's Type Lore" by Miles Wigfield; "Peter Scupham, Poet-Bookseller" by George Ramsden; "Moving in the Wharfedale" by John Randle; "Catterson-Smith's 'Little Job" by William S. Petterson; "Michael Mitchell, 1939-2017" by John Randle; "Afghanistan - a Journey" by Peter Chasseaud; "Spanning the Decades: Eighty Years at O U P", by Andrew Schuller; "White Line & Black Line", by John Craig; "The Kliluk Project at Swamp Press", by Ed Rayher; "Stanley Lane", by Sheila Markham; "Collecting Whittington Posters", by James Freemantle; "Smells", by John Randle; book reviews by Barbara Henry, Jerry Kelly, Michael Daniell, Patrick Randle, and John Randle.