Lot 479 of 766:
Lot of Eight Volumes by or About Printers of Fine Press Books  

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Eight Volumes by or About Printers of Fine Press Books


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Eight volumes. Group of publications by or about the printers of fine press books, most illustrated with facsimiles and/or from photographs.


  • Grabhorn, Edwin. Some Remarks on the Printed Book. Papered boards with paper cover label.  San Mateo, California: The Quercus Press, 1948.
  • Newdigate, B. H. Book Production Notes: Articles Contributed to the London Mercury, 1920-1925. Quarter canvas with buckram boards, patterned endpapers. No. 188 of 250 numbered copies. [Oxshott]: Tabard Private Press, 1986.
  • Brown, Philip S, et al. Grant Dahlstrom, Master Printer: A Tribute on His 75th Birthday. Cloth-backed patterned boards with spine label.  No. 279 of 300 copies. Los Angeles: The New Ampersand Press, 1977.
  • Harding, George L. Charles A. Murdock, Printer & Citizen of San Francisco: An Appraisal. Brown cloth with gilt design and spine, glassine dust jacket.  Berkeley: Tamalpais Press, 1973.
  • Curtiss, Richard D. Thomas E. Williams and the Fine Arts Press. Cloth-backed patterned boards, gilt spine. One of 400 copies. Los Angeles: Dawson's Book Shop, 1973.
  • Hunter, Dard. My Life With Paper: An Autobiography. Decorative cloth with dust jacket. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1958.
  • To Remember Gregg Anderson. Cloth with gilt cover design and spine. Los Angeles: Privately printed by the Cole-Holmquist Press, 1949.
  • The Library and Work of Carl Hertzog, Printer at the Pass: Dorothy Sloan- Rare Books, Inc. Catalogue Ten, Part Three.  Stiff paper wrappers.  Austin, Texas: Dorothy Sloan, Rare Books, Inc, 2000.

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