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Lot of 29 fine press related vols. + paper items  

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Lot of 29 fine press related volumes + paper items


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With: The Roxburghe Club of SF: Series of Essays…50th Anniversary. 1 of 150. 1978. * Grabhorn, Grabhorn-Hoyem & Arion Press items: Hoyem books, pamphlets…, 1961-85, Ohio State Univ.; 1990 Arion Press checklist; 1995 Arion Press catalogue. * Miniature related: History of the Bible. Miniature book, full leather. Lacks endpapers, top corner chipped. Alden, Beardsley, 1851; Bondy, Miniature Books, their history, cloth, dj, 1981; Miniature Lit. Boards. 1995; 2 Bromer Bookseller catalogues: Stanley Marcus collection, 1981 & Important Miniature books…of Rabbi Kalman Levitan, 1995. * LEC related: Quarto-Millenary…1st 250 publications…of LEC, biblio. 1 of 2250. Leather & cloth (spine chipped, other wear), slipcase. LEC, 1959; Newman & Wiche. Great and Good Books…biblio. of LEC. Cloth, slipcase. 1989; 21 LEC Newsletters from 1930’s-40’s; Four Rivers Books cat.6: LEC, 2002. * 8 books by John Crombie, published by Kickshaws [Press], 1980’s. * Circle Press items: Donne, the Flea, 2 copies, 1980; & 1987 checklist. * Dailey, From Z to A: Zeitlin, Armitage & LA Early Moderns, UCLA, 2006. * Freeman, The Real Long Goodbye. UCLA, 2006. * Wm. Wreden checklist of imprints, 1990. * A heavy metal printing text-block plate for an unknown publication. * Plus, numerous small/fine press paper items: prospectus’s for various publications, announcements, etc., etc. Together, 29 volumes. Mostly wrappers; 2 in cloth (1 in dj) & 2 in leather. An interesting mix.

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Condition varies. Some with chips, edge wear, rubbing, etc. (chiefly to earlier volumes), other light wear; some good, most very good to near fine; some fine. Should be seen first-hand. Sold as is.

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