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Publisher: Double Crown Club 1936.:
Seller ID: 9352
Condition: Stiff tinted card handsomely printed within decorative border of printers' flowers enclosing single-line rules in red, fine.
About 75 copies only designed by Basil Blackwell. View more info
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1959.:
Seller ID: 8988
Condition: Broadside of stiff card-like paper folded once to form 4 pages c. 28 x 18 cms. Front cover with striking all-over illustration in black and gold on a blue ground of two crowned and dancing female figures; central double-page opening printed with menu in black over an illustration of the same dancing figures in pale tan repeated three times; rear cover with printed imprint and printed initial JO'C / TCH [illustrator John O'Connor and designer Tom Hart]. Couple of slight marks at extreme foot of mainly blank rear cover, else an excellent copy of a fragile piece.
Strikingly illustrated by John O'Connor : the image on the front cover with printed initials JO'C. About 100 copies only of this Menu were produced : designed by Tom Hart : and printed by Benhams in Colchester. View more info
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1976.:
Seller ID: 9325
Condition: Together 2 Items. The Menu a bright green stiff card folded twice to give 6 panels each c. 21 x 10 cms, front panel with lettering and Paolozzi-style illustration in dark green, printed inside with menu. The Invitation a matching bright green stiff card with Paolozzi-style illustration, folded once to c. 21 x 10 cms and with slip re the AGM and names of proposed new members loosely enclosed. Both items in fine condition.
About 100 copies only. At the dinner the speaker John Westwood considered The Development Of Graphic Design In The Next Twenty Years. Some notes summarising Westwood's talk are written on the blank back panel of the Menu. View more info
Seller ID: 8748
Condition: Stiff card folded once to form 4pp c. 21 x 14 cms, front cover very decoratively printed with floriated caps in dark sepia, fine
About 100 copies only designed & printed by Ian Mackenzie-Kerr and N. McD [?]. Julian Symons gave a talk on Brother Speculator A. J. A. Symons. View more info
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1929.:
Seller ID: 8754
Condition: 4 pages c. 21 x 13 cms french-fold, with 3 large litho illustrations printed in colour, fine.
About 60 copies only designed and printed by Shand at Oxford University Press : with illustrations by F. P. Restall. The Dinner was chaired by Oliver Simon : and the Menu designed in the style of the Curwen Press. Henry Thomas gave a talk on the British Museum Exhibition of 20th Century Printing. View more info
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1955.:
Seller ID: 8758
Condition: Striking Curwen-style red, black & gold patterned wrappers c. 18.5 x 12 cms, with large gold label. Containing 4pp sewn-in and handsomely printed in red & black, a fine copy of a very fragile little piece.
About 60 copies only by John Dreyfus and printed at Cambridge University Press. Stanley Morison gave a talk On Learned Presses. Includes the beautiful SM monogram cut for Stanley Morison by Reynolds Stone. Prior to dinner, the Club visited Olga Hirsch's collection of decorated papers : and were entertained by the Cambridge University Printer at the Pitt Press. View more info
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1947.:
Seller ID: 9353
Condition: 4pp c. 15 x 12 cms french-fold on tinted paper. Cover illustrated with stylised conjoined hands in red and black : inside illustrated with stylised joints of meat also in red and black, fine.
About 75 copies only designed by Vivian Ridler : and printed by Foister & Jagg, Cambridge. Stanley Morison opened the discussion on Modern Magazine Make-Up. View more info
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1933.:
Seller ID: 8751
Condition: Card folded once to form 4pp c. 18.5 x 11 cms, with decorative front cover. And with loosely inserted grey card c. 15.5 x 10 cms printed with John Carter's address and with Double Crown Club initials DCC all in blue. Both items in fine condition.
About 60 copies only designed by John Carter and printed by the Shenval Press. Stephen Gaselee gave a talk on The Printing Of Menus. View more info
Publisher: Double Crown Club 1985.:
Seller ID: 8749
Condition: 4 pages c. 21.5 x 14 cms french-fold on thick tinted paper, printed in red & black throughout, text with ink tick confirming payment sent, else fine.
About 100 copies only printed by Oxford University Printing House. No talk was given at this Dinner : instead Blackwells held an Exhibition, and a tour of the Bodleian Library was organised. View more info
Publisher: Etchells & Macdonald 1928.:
Seller ID: 7805
Condition: Half vellum/parchment lettered in gilt, salmon-pink boards with illustration in black, card slip-case with large pictorial paper label. Folio, c.pp118 uncut, neat endpaper booklabel, spine just lightly dusty, slip-case slightly worn, else an excellent copy of a delicate book. With 25 copper-engraved illustrations.
Limited Edition of 337 numbered copies [& 13 Specials] printed on Zanders handmade paper. This copy with OUP publisher's slip tipped to inner foot of printed title-page. Exquisite views of buildings, townscapes and interiors from France, Italy & Spain in haunting, silvery engravings by Richard Wyndham. Brief introduction and commentary by Sacheverell Sitwell. A fine austere book, similar in style and feel to the same publisher's outstanding Sailing Ships & Barges Of The Western Mediterranean. View more info
Publisher: London, printed by A. J. Valpy for L. B. Seeley 1823.:
Seller ID: 9262
Condition: First Edition thus, 2 Vols, publisher's contemporary half black morocco, marbled paper sides, spines lettered in gilt and with later armorial insignia in gilt. 8vos, c.pp334; and c.pp500, both vols bound without half-titles (?), bindings just lightly scuffed or rubbed, else a very good set. Both vols with neat early signature on title-page : Vol 1 front endpaper with neat inscription 'A good book. A. West 21 June 1856. Bathboys' : and endpaper of both vols with handsome modern armorial bookplate.
Scarce collection : not in British Library, not in Cambridge or Oxford University Libraries, not in National Union Catalogue USA &c. *** Flavell 1630-91, presbyterian divine of Dartmouth, Devon. 'The works of this eminent nonconformist divine are held in considerable estimation . particularly his Husbandry Spiritualised' [Lowndes]. *** The Select Works comprises 9 pieces : Husbandry Spiritualised : Navigation Spiritualised : Causes & Cures of Mental Errors : Rise & Growth of Antinomian Errors : A Saint Indeed : Touchstone Of Sincerity : Divine Conduct : Balm of the Covenant : Token For Mou... View more info
By: FORSTER, E. M.
Publisher: New York, Albondocani Press 1973.:
Seller ID: 9151
Condition: First Edition, patterned wrappers and printed label. C.pp20, owner's handsome little label on wrapper turn-in, a fine copy.
Edition Limited to 200 numbered copies only : handsomely printed in Palatino on Fabriano paper, and sewn in striking patterned Italian Bertini paper wrappers. A 'prophetic retrospect', written in 1958 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of A Room With A View, in which Forster brings the lives of the characters from his famous novel up to date. View more info
Publisher: Faber 1948.:
Seller ID: 1071
Condition: First Edition, c.pp324, fine in illustrated dws. Illustrated with 18 plates.
Excellent non-scholastic biography covering Garrick's personal and professional life. Garrick's life-long relationship with Samuel Johnson is also well documented. View more info
Publisher: London, Country Book Club 1955.:
Seller ID: 9521
Condition: Green cloth with patterned green and white dustwrappers. 8vo [binding c.22 x 14 cms], pp287, backstrip slightly faded, dustwrappers slightly darkened along backstrip and just chipped at head and foot, else a very good copy.
Illustrated with c.64 very attractive woodcut country scenes. *** A lyrical account of the English countryside and its wildlife around Epping Forest, Essex, during the period 1934 to 1948, by the Canadian-born naturalist H. W. Gillingham. The book was first published in 1953. *** This is the first of only a handful of books to be illustrated by Harry Pettit, wildlife artist, ecologist and associate of the naturalist Peter Scott. *** This copy with endpaper inscribed 'Chloris Hughes Stanton, 2 Cedar House, Marloes Rd W8'. She was the daughter of the artist Sir Herbert Hughes-Stanton, and ... View more info
Publisher: Golden Cockerel Press 1931.:
Seller ID: 9509
Condition: Quarter green morocco gilt over strikingly patterned green and cream woodcut paper boards. Royal 8vo [binding c. 24.5 x 16 cms], c.pp64, top edge of the text block gilt, others uncut. Backstrip faded to neutral and just fractionally nicked at extreme head and foot, corners scuffed or nudged. Internally very clean and crisp.
Edition Limited to 1000 numbered copies. With 4 large bird or aimal headpiece wood engravings by Robert Gibbings. This copy with the Notice to Subscribers loosely enclosed as issued. *** The first book in Eric Gill's new Golden Cockerel type expressly designed for the use of the press. The striking woodcut paper boards were designed by Tirzah Garwood. Chanticleer 74. View more info
Publisher: Grabhorn Press, San Francisco 1962.:
Seller ID: 4228
Condition: Quarter holland & striking patterned boards. Folio, c.pp36 uncut, one lower corner just scuffed. With ms facsimile & 4 drawings [red on blue paper] by Isobel Strong. Fine copy.
475 copies in red & black throughout. Very attractive Grabhorn Press book. View more info
By: GRAY, Thomas.
Publisher: London, Sampson Low &c .:
Seller ID: 9502
Condition: Original green cloth, front cover elegantly and profusely lettered and decorated in black and gilt. Small 8vo [binding c.17.5 x 12 cms], pp26 interleaved with blanks throughout as issued, with all edges of the text block gilt. Very neat early signature on corner of title-page and same lady's extremely neat name stamp on corner of endpaper, with a small attractive modern woodcut booklabel on front paste-down. A fine bright copy with illustrations.
Scarce. See Copac listing only the British Library copy. With 23 woodcut illustrations by Birket Foster, George Thomas and Eleanor Boyle. View more info
By: GREAT YARMOUTH.
Publisher: Great Yarmouth, Cooper 1853.:
Seller ID: 8489
Condition: First Edition, original blue cloth gilt. Small 8vo [binding c.18 x 11 cms], c.pp108, neat booklabel on endpaper, very slight wear, but a very good copy of a fragile little book. With a folding map + 6 plates.
Scarce. No copies located in any British library. View more info
Publisher: Duckworth 1922.:
Seller ID: 4516
Condition: Ruari McLean Copy.* Quarter buckram gilt, illustrated boards, and with dws printed with text & illustration. Slim folio, c.pp60 uncut, endpapers darkened as always, some wear to edge of lower board at two places. With numerous woodcut illustrations & decorations by Vivien Gribble.
350 copies on hmp: numbered & signed by Gribble. Designed by Stanley Morison who finally chose the unusual Cloister Old Style types after some seven trial settings. Vivien Gribble's first book illustrations. Very attractive and rather uncommon book. This copy with the neat typographical bookplate of Ruari McLean, typographer and historian of book design. View more info
By: GROUNDS, Roger.
Publisher: Pelham Books 1974.:
Seller ID: 9480
Condition: First Edition, green buckram gilt, with slightly worn illustrated dustwrappers. Small 4to [binding c.22.5 x 18 cms], pp264, small attractive modern booklabel on front pastedown [mainly hidden behind dustwrapper flap], a very good copy. Includes 61 illustrations in the text : and with 16pp colour plates showing 22 subjects.
'The first definitive book to appear on this subject since the height of the Victorian fern craze. It is devoted not only to the ferns of the British Isles and other varieties, but also to the ferns of the other temperate regions of the world, including the North American continent and Australasia, and their varieties'. View more info