(London): Society of Typographic Designers, n.d. (circa 1953). small 8vo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages printed French fold. Guidelines for membership and bylaws of this organization. Loosely inserted is a letter from the Society to Arnold Jones dated 1953 in which Honorary Membership is proposed. With a handwritten draft of Jones' response on the back. READ MORE
Washington, DC: (Judd and Detweiler), 1946. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (ii), 41+(1) pages. A collection of songs sung by North and South during the American Civil War. Designed and directed by Lester Douglas. Illustrations by Charles Dunn and Ralph Patterson. Note by Douglas on front free endpaper notes this copy printed "before corrections." Gift card laid in. READ MORE
Washington, DC: (Printing House of Judd & Detweiler), 1946. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers, dust jacket. (ii), 41, (1) pages. Designed and directed by Lester Douglas. Illustrated by Charles Dunn and Ralph Patterson. A collection of songs sung by Union and Confederate troops during the Civil War. Dust jacket torn along top of spine. READ MORE
Berlin: Propyläen-Verlag, 1924. 4to. quarter leather with decorated paper-covered boards. (ii), 159+(1) pages, with illustrations. Essays on topics in literature, art, and book design. Includes a catalogue of Propyläen's publications. Well-illustrated; many illustrations in color. Covers soiled with leather spine flaking away. READ MORE
New York: New York Public Library, (1975). 4to. decorated glossy stiff paper wrappers. 440 pages. First edition. Catalogue of the exhibition which took place in the New York Public Library in the fall of 1985. Introductions by Javier Solana Madariaga, Vartan Gregorian, and Juan Manuel Velasco Rami. Text in English and Spanish. Light rubbing along edges. READ MORE
N.P. Privately printed, 1953. small 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. Unpaginated. Reprinted, no souce attributed, as a tribute to Paul A. Bennett by the American Type Founders, Inc. A parable by Bruce Barton likening the two seas in Palestine to two kinds of people in the world. READ MORE
15 volumes bound in 5.
Kjøbenhavn: G.E.C. Gad, 1885-1899. 4to. contemporary half parchment, red leather spine labels, all edges stained red. Thousands of pages. 15 volumes bound in 5. Complete run of this periodical devoted to the decorative arts. Each volume is profusely illustrated. A study of the arts throughout the world but concentrating on the Scandinavian countries. Includes chapters on bookbindings. Text in Danish. Parchment spine of the fifth volume is damaged. READ MORE
Buenos Aires, Argentina: TPG, 2003-. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. Five issues of this periodical devoted to printing and typography. FIlled with ads in color printed on different paper stock. Includes numbers 58, 59, 61, 62 and 67. The 67th issue contains a loosely inserted English translation of the articles on arabic typography and other subjects. Price is for the group. READ MORE
(New York: Geffen, Dunn & Company, William E. Rudge's Sons), n.d. 12mo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages printed French fold. With a Christmas tree in green, brown and blue ink entirely made up of typographic ornaments on the front cover. READ MORE
New York: Privately printed for Friends of Hermann Puterschein at the Inkwell Press, 1980. 8vo. cloth. 153, (3) pages. Limited to 500 copies. This work was privately printed for the Friends of Hermann Puterschein at The Inkwell Press on the 100th anniversary of Dwiggins' birthday. Dwiggins was a multi-talented designer, artist, and writer among many other things. This work contains tributes to Dwiggins with contributions by Dorothy Abbe, Warren Chappell, Charles Skaggs, Paul Shaw, Mary... READ MORE
Individual issues of this periodical.
West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co., (1964). 8vo. paper wrappers. Per issue:. Individual issues of this periodical. There were 6 issued. Written and designed by Carl Dair. Color illustrations and type designs. Have the following: vol. 1 (1 remaining), Stapled rusted. Price is per issue. READ MORE