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Binny & Ronaldson's Metal Ornaments 1/600  

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A Specimen of Metal Ornaments Cast at the Letter Foundery of Binny & Ronaldson

Binny & Ronaldson

[Meriden, Connecticut]

[Meriden Gravure Co.]



Approximately 100 illustrations, including two fold-outs, with prices. Cloth-backed paper-covered boards, paper spine label. One of 600 copies. Facsimile edition. 

An exact reproduction of the first type founder's specimen book issued in America, photographed from the only known complete copy. The original was printed by Fry and Kammerer in 1809.

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A bit of light soiling; very good.

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