Berlin: Buch- und Druckgewerbe, 1956. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. Various pagination. Per issue:. Following issues available: Vol 1 no. 3, Vol.3, no.1 of this international printing journal in two languages. English title Archives for Printing, Paper, and Related Trades. Well-illustrated. READ MORE about ARCHIV FUR DRUCK UND PAPIER
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Cordoba (Argentina): U. of Cordoba, 1930. small 8to. sewn, stiff paper wrappers. (ii), 200, (2) pages. History and documentation for the first years of the second press at the Univ. of Cordoba (Argentina), which was founded in 1823 (the first having been moved to Buenos Aires in 1780). Besterman 5186. Text plus letters, records, accounts, subscriber lists, biographies of editors, partial lists of publications (books, newspapers, pamphlets, journals, etc.), with about 65 pages of illustrations... READ MORE about LA SEGUNDA IMPRENTA DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE CORDOBA, ADQVIRIDA POR SVSCR
Kathmandu: Suresh B. Malla, (1974). small 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (iv), 32 pages. Discusses printing and publishing in general as well as children's books and the periodical press. READ MORE about SOME HINTS ON PRINTING AND PUBLISHING IN NEPAL
New York: Wm. E. Rudge's Sons, (1945). square 8vo. cloth, slipcase. 74 pages. First edition, one of 3000 bound thus. Well illustrated. Contains a check list of books by Armitage. Back cover of slipcase has faint stain. Bookplate on front pastedown and note in ink in corner of front free endpaper. READ MORE about NOTES ON MODERN PRINTING
New York: Marchbanks Press, Spring 1920. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 50 pages. Volume I, no. 3 (of four total) of the first volume of Ars Typographica. Article on hand-printing by Goudy, excerpt from William Loring Andrews' article on Jean Grolier, and others. Head of spine chipped. READ MORE about ARS TYPOGRAPHICA
New York: Douglas C. McMurtrie, 1926. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 271-388, (26) pages. Volume II, no.4. Articles by Lawrence Wroth on The Origins of Typefounding in North and South America, a note by McMurtrie on the publications of Bodoni and other features. Part of paper covering on spine worn away and covers becoming detached. Spotting of covers along front hinge. READ MORE about ARS TYPOGRAPHICA
Middletown, CT: Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, (1960). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. unpaginated. Introductory comments by Russell T. Limbach. A study of the laboratory's privately printed publications since 1943. Black and white illustrations. READ MORE about ART LABORATORY IMPRESSIONIS
New York, NY: Pierpont Morgan Library, (1973). 4to. stiff paper wrappers. xiv, 192, (2) pages. Table of contents, preface, foreword, acknowledgments, list of plates, select bibliography, index. Essay by Joseph Blumenthal. Black and white plates including one foldout. READ MORE about ART OF THE PRINTED BOOK 1455-1955; MASTERPIECES OF TYPOGRAPHY THROUGH FIVE CENTURIES FROM THE...
Columbia, MO: Department of Art History and Archaeology, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1977. oblong 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. xxiv, 64, (8) pages. Exhibition at the University of Missouri-Columbia March-April 1977. Preface by Homer L. Thomas. Introduction by Land. Bibliography, list of abbreviatioins. Detailed descriptions of each item exhibited. Black and white illustrations. Index of authors, acknowledgments. READ MORE about EARLY BOOKS ON ART 1500 TO 1800
Paris, France: Arts et Métiers Graphiques, 1931. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 231-282; lvii-lxiv pages. Text in French. Union List I, 502. This periodical was published six, then five, times per year from September 1927 to May 1939. This is No. 23, May 1931. Color and black and white illustrations throughout, with seven plates including two tipped in. Under the directorship of Charles Peignot, head of the French type foundry Deberny et Peignot. According to the... READ MORE about ARTS ET MÉTIERS GRAPHIQUES. No. 23
Paris, France: Arts et Métiers Graphiques, 1939. 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 67, (3) pages. Text in French, with English translation of table of contents and image captions. Union List I, 502. This periodical was published six, then five, times per year from September 1927 to May 1939. This is No. 68, May 1939. According to the Union List, this was the final issue. Color and black and white illustrations throughout, with four plates including one... READ MORE about ARTS ET MÉTIERS GRAPHIQUES. No. 68
New York: Burt Franklin, n.d. 8vo. cloth. viii,327; 548; 529 pages. 3 volumes. Reprint of 1908 first edition (See Besterman, 654). A fine study of this 15th and 16th century French printer's works. Badius Ascensius (1462-1535) established his famous press Praelum Ascensianumin Paris in 1499. Includes appendices and table of contents. READ MORE about BIBLIOGRAPHIE DES IMPRESSIONS ET DES OEUVRES DE JOSSE BADIUS ASCENSIUS, IMPRIMEUR ET HUMANISTE,...
(N.P. Associated Printing Salesmen, 1963). 8vo. boards. (vi), 56 pages. Illustrated history of this group. READ MORE about 1913-1963, 50 YEARS OF PRINTING PROGRESS THROUGH BETTER SELLING
Paris: Les Editions G. Cres et Cie, 1924. square 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. xiii, 280 pages. First edition. An impressive guide to the history of the book. Illustrated. One of the special sections is devoted to the different printing methods, arranged in chronological order; another is on different composing machines done in the same manner. READ MORE about LE LIVRE, SON ARCHITECTURE SA TECHNIQUE. Preface d'Henri Foucillon
New York, and Philadelphia, NY & PA: J. J. Audubon and J. B. Chevalier,  1840-1844. 8vo. full morocco bindings with gilt ornamentation around covers, five raised bands, gilt on spine, marbled edges, later cloth slipcases. variously paginated. 7 Volumes. Rinderknecht and Bruntjen 40-328, First 8vo edition. Table of contents in each volume, Introductory comments by Audubon precede text in volumes I and II. List of subscribers follows text in all volumes. Index follows text... READ MORE about THE BIRDS OF AMERICA, FROM DRAWINGS MADE IN THE UNITED STATES AND THEIR TERRITORIES
London: Henry Richardson, 1959. large 8vo. cloth with gilt lettering on spine. 112 pages. Second edition. A close look at keeping records for printers. With sample documents. Pastedowns offset onto free endpapers. Front cover scuffed. Spine slightly rubbed. READ MORE about A PRIMARY COURSE IN PRINTERS' COSTING
(Chimaltenango, Guatemala: Departamento de Chimaltenango), 1994. 16mo. stiff paper wrappers. unpaginated. Text in Spanish. A biographical history of printing in Guatemala. Black and white illustrations. READ MORE about LA HISTORIA DE LA IMPRENTA: BIOGRAFIAA CELEBRES
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1949. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. not paginated. A listing of individuals with brief commentary on their situation. Text includes A. R. Tommasini and former Minnesota state senator and judge Earl Gustafson. Text lists photographer as William Miner, but contains no photographs. Fading on spine. Fading, creasing and small tears along edges of paper wrappers. READ MORE about JUST REMEMBERING
(London, England: Bacon & Donkins, 1819). loose illustration, 11 1/2 by 9 inches. Illustration of the Bacon & Donkins press, identified as Plate III. With typescript descriptive text. READ MORE about PRINTING. MESSRS BACON & DONKINS PRINTING MACHINE
N.P. Advertising Typographers Association of America, (1969). 4to. cloth. 158 pages. Fourth edition. Covers all aspects of printing; ie, paper, type, different methods of illustrating, typography. Includes a glossary of terms. Covers rubbed. READ MORE about ATA ADVERTISING PRODUCTION HANDBOOK
New York: R.R. Bowker Co., 1978. 8vo. paper wrappers, paper cover label. 28 pages. Fifth of R.R. Bowker Memorial Lectures, New Series. READ MORE about THE TRADITIONAL BOOK IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE
New York: The Typophiles, 2000. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (vi), 15, (3) pages. Limited to 500 copies. Typophile Monograph, New Series, Number 16. Composed in English Monotype Poliphilus and Blado by Michael and Winifred Bixler. Illustrated. Designed and printed by Roland A. Hoover. READ MORE about SOME NOTES ON PRINTING & PUBLISHING IN RENAISSANCE VENICE
Tokyo: Asian Cultural Centre for Unesco, 1976. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. A booklet reporting on the success of a training program, sponsored by UNESCO, which featured Japanese instructors teaching book and magazine production methods. READ MORE about REPORT: THE THIRD MOBILE EXPORTS TEAM FOR THE BOOK PRODUCTION TRAINING COURSES IN BANLADEXH AND...
Austin: Jenkins Publishing Co., William Reese Company, Frontier America Corportation, 1981. 8vo. cloth. 190 pages. First edition. Short biography followed by descriptions of 465 imprints. Also includes an appendix listing the publications of Thomas G. Bangs, 1811-1816. Bookplate on front pastedown. READ MORE about PRINTER IN THREE REPUBLICS, A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SAMUEL BANGS, FIRST PRINTER IN TEXAS, AND FIRST...