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

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

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Order Nr. 133812

Limited to 400 copies, all numbered "1." (Taylor A20). 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. Spine and upper cover lightly faded. Housed in a later quarter leather and cloth clamshell box.

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