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Two titles from the Bird & Bull Press  

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Two titles from the Bird & Bull Press


Newtown, PA

Bird & Bull Press

Various dates


2 volumes.


  • Feather, John. English Book Prospectuses: An Illustrated History. 
    Newtown, 1984.109, [1] pp. Quarter morocco & morocco tips, "Dutch gilt" paper boards by E. G. Parrot, slipcase. Illustrated with 24 facsimile prospectuses in the original size; those too large for the book are contained in a separate portfolio. No. 68 of 325 copies. Fine.
  • Schmoller, Hans.  Chinese Decorated Paper. 1986. 124, [3] pp.  Includes 40 large tipped-in specimens of fancy tea chest papers.  Quarter morocco & morocco tips, with boards decorated in gilt,  These decorated papers, no longer made, were discovered in storage where they had lain for 50 years. With prospectus and facsimile newspaper laid in. No. 122 of 350 copies.

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Both near fine.

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