Published on the occasion of a joint meeting of the Zamorano and Roxburghe Clubs by the Anchor and Acorn Press.

  • (San Francisco, CA: David Belch, et al, 1994).
  • small 8vo
  • green sewn wrappers
  • 7 pages

Price: $20.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 136463

Reprint edition. (Jackson no.23). Printed en facsimile by Anchor and Acorn Press, Petaluma, California in September, 1994, in celebration of the Twenty -First Joint Meeting in Los Angles of The Zamorano Club and The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco on October 8, 1994 and for the friends of the sponsors of this keepsake, David Belch, Sandor Burstein, Richard Coopersmith, Arthur Lyons, Andrew Nadell. The advertisement states that "the first of the two pieces contains a feeling Remonstrance against the prose work, lately published by the Reverend T.F.D. (Dibdin) under the title BIBLIOMANIA; OR BOOK-MADNESS ..." Originally printed by William Bulmer (Isaac no.65). The Zamorano Club is Southern California's oldest organization of bibliophiles and manuscript collectors founded in 1928. The Roxburghe Club was formed in San Francisco on April 3, 1928 and was named in honor of the original Roxburghe Club of England. The purpose of both clubs is to further the love of fine printing, and books in general. Both clubs meet in joint biennial meetings and, over the years, hundreds of announcements, keepsakes, and other letterpress items which have been sponsored by members, as typographic souvenirs and gifts passed out during the meeting for the enjoyment of the membership. From the private reference library of Dorothy Sloan with a commemorative bookplate loosely inserted.