Issues 1-34, plus offprint indices for 1-5 and 1-10, and the index for 1-21.
Andoversford, England: The Whittington Press, 1981-2016. small 4to. original morocco backed (or vellum in some cases), all original slipcases present (original 1 and 2 were not issued with slipcases but these copies have specially made slipcases). variously paginated. Issues 1-34, plus offprint indices for 1-5 and 1-10, and the index for 1-21. This is a complete up-to-date set including all original volumes in de luxe version and also the de luxe reprint editions of volumes... READ MORE
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Issues 1-34, plus offprint indices for 1-5 and 1-10, and the index for 1-21.
Mount Horeb, WI: The Perishable Press, 1981. 12mo. handsewn paper-covered boards, top edge cut, other edges uncut. unpaginated. Limited to 200 numbered copies (Hamady 100). Fifth in a series known as the "Gabberjabbs." A collaged book. A book of footnotes in a grommeted library pocket following text. Every cover collaged differently. Accompanied by the prospectus to the book. READ MORE
I. Rancho Topanga Malibu Sequit: An Historical Approach II. Personal Considerations: Essays. Illustrations by Irene Robinson.
Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1958. 8vo. cloth spine, patterned paper-covered boards, paper spine label. (viii), 86, (2) pages. I. Rancho Topanga Malibu Sequit: An Historical Approach II. Personal Considerations: Essays. Illustrations by Irene Robinson. One of 320 copies printed at the Plantin Press, numbered and signed by Saul Marks, Lillian Marks, Lawrence Powell, Irene Robinson, and W.W. Robinson. (Harmsen & Tabor, 151) Bookplate of George C. Trebing on front pastedown and Roger K. Larson on free endpaper. READ MORE
N.P. Roger Beacham, (1972). small folio. cloth, paper spine label, edges uncut. 54, (2) pages. Limited to 275 copies, signed by the editor and designer William R. Holman on colophon. Illustrations by Barbara Whitehead. Table of contents, introduction by Carl Hertzog, bibliography. A collection of essays and poetry about Texas by Texans from 1535 to the time of publication. Illustrated. READ MORE
N.P. The Sarabande Press, 1982. 4to. four cloth panels, bound accordion style, paper front cover label. unpaginated. Limited to 20 numbered copies (Myerson B56A, in "Supplement to Emily Dickinson: A Descriptive Bibliography" in The Emily Dickinson Journal 4:2 (Fall 1995), 104). Designed by Joe Marc Freedman. Paper designed by Karen Miles with the assistance of Beverly Van Ness. The press's first publication (Print Collector's Newsletter 14:2 (May-June 1983), 67). With three illustrations. READ MORE
Northampton: Gehenna Press, 1964. 4to. full leather chemise laid in a cloth-covered clamshell box with a leather spine. (ii), 83, (5) pages in addition to 21 etched portraits printed on special paper and loosely inserted throughout the text. Printed in an edition limited to 300 numbered copies; this copy is not numbered but has a press mark in orange and is signed by Baskin. (Brook 36). Contains twenty-one etched portraits, twenty signed by Thomas Cornell... READ MORE
Lurley, Devon, England: Gehenna Press, 1982. 8vo. cream paper covered boards, gilt stamp on cover and gilt lettering on cover and spine, marbled paper covered board slipcase. [63 pages]. First edition. One of 110 numbered and signed copies, of which this is one of 89 numbered copies. This is a new as issued copy of the previously unpublished edition of A Gehenna Alphabet. Completely illustrated by Leonard Baskin with aphorisms & poems by Sidney Kaplan... READ MORE
Boston: David R. Godine, 1969. 8vo. cloth-backed, paper-covered boards, paper spine label, paper-covered slipcase. (iv), 30, (8) pages. Limited to 650 numbered copies. The essay "Civil Disobedience" by Henry David Thoreau was originally published in 1849. The present copy was printed at The Gehenna Press in Northampton, Massacusetts. Printed on Medway paper, an all rag sheet made by hand at The Hayle Mill in England, using Bell type. Well preserved copy. READ MORE
(San Francisco, CA: The Grabhorn Press, 1962). 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 30, (2) pages. Limited to 250 copies. Commemorates the joint meeting of the Zamorano and Roxburghe clubs, 1962. A collection of tributes to Robinson Jeffers. Contributions by Melba Berry Bennett, Remsen Dubois Bird, John W. Caughey, Frederick M. Clapp, Arthur G. Coons, William Turner Levy, Lawrence Clark Powell, and Ward Ritchie. Tributes preceded by "The Epic Stars," an unpublished poem by Jeffers. READ MORE
Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1979. 8vo. quarter cloth, decorated paper-covered boards, top edge cut, other edges uncut. (iv), 39+(1) pages. Limited to 350 numbered copies, signed by the author on colophon. Written as a self-interview, the author questions himself on a number of subjects. READ MORE
Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1977. small 4to. quarter cloth, decorated paper-covered boards. xiv, 27, (3) pages. Limited to 300 numbered copies, signed by author on colophon. Preface by the author, endnotes. This Ted Williams Boston Red Sox baseball story was reprinted from Assorted Prose (Knopf) as taken from The New Yorker. READ MORE
Arlington, TX: Ondine Press, 1976. 8vo. paper-covered boards, paper spine label, top edge cut, other edges uncut. (iv), 8, (4) pages. Limited to 25 numbered copies. Reprinted from the 1912 Oxford Edition of Spencer's Printed Works, edited by J.C. Smith and E. de Selincourt. Bound by Barbara and Fred Voltmer. A "spousall verse made in honour of the double marriage of the Ladie Elizabeth and the Ladie Katherine Somerset." READ MORE
El Paso, TX: The Peripatetic Press, 1947. 4to. paper-covered boards. variously paginated. Limited to 700 copies. Introduction and acknowledgments. Printed by Carl Hertzog, frontispiece and map by José Cisneros, facsimile reproductions by Frank Arrufat. The account of a journey across the North American mainland from Mexico to present-day New Brunswick by David Ingram, Richard Browne, and Richard Twide. Boards sunned on and along spine. READ MORE
Mt. Horeb, WI: (Perishable Press), (1978). 8vo. quarter vellum, marbled paper-covered boards, top edge cut, other edges uncut, hidden vellum tips. unpaginated. Limited edition of 150 (Hamady 86). Illustrated by Frank Utpatel, foreword by Mark Lefebvre. Collection of Derleth's poetry. Paper from "elapsed clothing of author, artist, editor, and printer" used to produce the book. Salon Antiqua and Initiales Cristal types, hand set. Well preserved copy. READ MORE
Mount Horeb, WI: The Perishable Press, 1979. 12mo. stiff paper wrappers, top edge cut, other edges uncut. unpaginated. Limited to 200 copies (Hamady 92). Signed by the author on foldout table of contents. List of books and pamphlets by the author. Two foldouts in text. Illustrations by Jack Beal. READ MORE
N.P. The Perishable Press, 1978. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers, top edge cut, other edges uncut. (iv), 11, (3) pages. Limited to 190 numbered copies (Hamady 89). Four collage illustrations by John Digby. Excerpted from a much larger work, Alaska. A work based on the cultures of the northwest Pacific coast. Prospectus laid in. READ MORE
(Mt. Horeb, WI): The Perishable Press, 1980. 4to. stiff paper wrappers, top edge cut, other edges uncut. unpaginateed. Limited to 170 copies (Hamady 95). A collection of poetry, with research into the publication history by Edith Jarolim. Illustrated title. READ MORE
Mount Horeb, WI: The Perishable Press, 1978. 8vo. cloth, top edge cut, other edges uncut. unpaginated. Limited to 240 numbered copies (Hamady 88). Frontispiece and illustrations in text by Elizabeth Coberly. Author's signature blind-stamped into the front cover by Bill Anthony. A collection of poetry. Covers and spine lightly sunned. READ MORE
California State University, 1988, 4to., cloth-covered clamshell case, loose sheets. v, (15) leaves.
4to. material loosely inserted in special clamshell box. California State University, 1988, 4to., cloth-covered clamshell case, loose sheets. v, (15) leaves. "First edition." Limited edition of 65 numbered copies, signed on colophon by L.C. Powell, with photographer's signature on mounting of each photograph. Title page, four-page introduction, 12 black-and-white photographs by A. Blanco of the printer Ward Ritchie from about 1980 to 1986, a 2-page biographical sketch of the photographer by Norman E. Tanis, and... READ MORE
N.P. The Sarabande Press, (1984). small folio. stiff paper wrappers, top edge cut, other edges uncut, cloth slipcase. 34, (4) pages. Limited to 250 copies, signed by the author on colophon. Designed by Joe Marc Freedman, display lettering by G.G. Laurens. A collection of poetry. Author's note follows text. READ MORE
Dallas, TX: Still Point Press, (1985). 4to. quarter cloth with paper-covered boards and a paper spine label in a paper-covered slipcase. (iv), 46, (4) pages. Printed in an edition limited to 300 numbered copies. Al Lowman recounts personal experiences with the late Carl Hertzog, and provides insight into the characteristics which contributed to the achievements of the legendary El Paso printer, designer, and typographer. It includes thirty-six black-and-white illustrations of Hertzog's best known works. It... READ MORE
London: Published by The Trianon Press for the William Blake Trust, 1975. 4to. half morocco over marbled paper-covered boards, top edge gilt, enclosed in clamshell morocco backed box. 8 leaves of facsimile in color followed by (16) pages. Limited to 458 numbered copies. With the color facsimiles produced under the supervision of Arnold Fawcus at his Trianon Press by the collotype and hand-stencil process. Historical text by Geoffrey Keynes. Very fine copy. READ MORE
(Bloomington, IN: Department of Fine Arts at Indiana University, 1967). small 4to. stiff paper wrappers. (20) pages. Limited to 50 numbered copies, signed by designer and printer Robert Martin on colophon (Kathleen McCullough, Concrete Poetry: An Annotated International Bibliography (Troy, NY: Whitston Publishing Company, 1989), 507 - stated not seen by the bibliographer). See A Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes by Richard Kostelanetz for a description of his works. Printed letterpress in various colors. Important and scarce booklet. Pages printed French-fold. READ MORE
Flagstaff: Northland Press, 1976. 8vo. quarter black leather over red cloth covered boards, slipcase. (ii), xvi, 159 pages. First edition, this being one of 75 numbered copies bound thus and containing a separate limitation page signed by all the participants including William Everson, Al Lowman, Ward Ritchie, Jake Zeitlin, and Don Dickinson. Contains a listing of Powell's Keepsakes and a list of articles written from 1966 through 1976. READ MORE