New York: The Powgen Press, (1936). A series of five delightful small 8vo books in a cardboard slipcase, each book illustrated with designs by different artists. The book are: Poe's Descent Into the Maelstrom illustrated by Charles E. McCurdy; Irving's Legend of Sleepy Hollow with drawings by Mary Dana; Whitman's...
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N.P. Palaemon Press, 1978. Limited to 50 numbered sets. Portfolio containing an 12" x 9" woodcut of Aaron Copland signed in pencil by Ann Carter Pollard and three original broadside poems signed by the authors: James Dickey, Reynolds Price, and Robert Penn Warren.
London: Nonesuch Press, n.d. . 15p. 12mo. Prospectus in gray boards with gilt title and decorations in blind. Dreyfus P10.
New York: Bowker, 1983-84. 6 issues in stiff printed white wrappers. Vol. 1, nos 1,2,3,4,6, Vol. 2, no. 1.
London: The Fleuron, (1927). Limited to 310 copies on Zanders hand-made paper. 4to. [viii], 66p. Printed by Oliver Simon at the Curwen Press. Illustrated by Paul Nash with five pochoir-tinted illustrations. Gilt-titled black cloth spine with paper-covered boards designed by Nash. Scarce.
London: Trianon Press, 1973. First edition thus, limited to 808 copies on Arches paper. Folio. Color facsimile reproduction of the illuminated pages by the collotype and stencil process. Gilt-titled morocco spine with marbled boards.
Chicago: J. Philip O'Hara in association with the Trianon Press, Paris, 1972. First trade edition. 4to. A facsimile in black and white with 16 pages reproduced in full color. Gilt-titled blue cloth. Introduction and commentary by Sir Geoffrey Keynes.
Laubach and Berlin and Williamstown: Triton Verlag, Laubach and Berlin & Williams College, 2005. Second edition in English. Quarto. 453p + colophon. Printed in red and black and fully illustrated in color throughout. Bound in gilt-titled red fabric and housed in black paper-covered slipcase. A beautifully produced volume that includes...
San Francisco: John Henry Nash for William Andrews Clark, 1927. Limited to 250 copies (this no. 126). Folio and 12mo volumes in slipcase. Frontispiece portrait in dry-point by William Wilke after a bas-relief by Helen Hall Culver. Ornamental borders around frontispiece and title page. Folio volume in gilt-titled vellum spine...
London: Nonesuch Press, 1925. Limited to 750 copies, this no. 749. Two volumes. Folio. xv [i], 299p, [v]; [viii], 301-588, [viii]. Illustrated by E. McKnight Kauffer. Gilt-titled parchment vellum spines with Italian pattern paper sides. Printed by the Westminster Press on Dutch cream laid paper with the Nonesuch watermark. "Kauffer's...
Bloomsbury: The Nonesuch Press, 1932. First printing, limited to 800 copies, this no. 2. 8vo. xvi, 172p. Gilt-titled leather spine with marbled boards. Dreyfus 84.
New York: Harrison of Paris, (1931). Limited to 660 copies. 236p. Illustrated by Francis Cyril Rose. 4to. Deep pink cloth over beveled boards with spine titles and cover vignette in black.
Pinner, Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, n.d. First edition. 126p. Illustrated. Bound in blue cloth with lighter blue titles.
London: Philip Lee Warner, Publisher to the Medici Society, 1913. Limited to 500 copies on hand-made Riccardi paper, this no. 461. Three volumes. Illustrated by W. Russell Flint with 33 mounted color plates. 4to. Bound by Bayntun (Riviere) in full royal blue crushed morocco with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the spines...
Cottondale, AL: Ex Ophidia, (1986). First edition. Limited to 90 copies on hand-made paper. 21p. Folio. Bound in full rust-colored niger morocco with a single small gilt square on the spine.
England: Nonesuch Press, 1935. Limited to 500 copies, this no. 328. Tall quarto. [viii], 130p. Edited by Stephen Potter. Printed at the Fanfare Press on Auvergne paper. Illustrated with three wood engravings by Stefan Mrozewski; title page design and vignette of Nonesuch Palace by Berthold Wolpe. All edges untrimmed, top...
Chicago: Black Cat Press, (1961). Limited to 300 copies. Miniature book (2 5/8" X 2 5/16"). Printed in red, gray and black. Bound by the Monastery Hill Bindery in full black leather with gilt spine title and stylized gilt device of head on upper cover. Black Cat Press Bibliography p. 37. Rare.
Edinburgh: The Porpoise Press, 1923. Limited to 50 copies. 8p. with printed wrappers. With designs by William Ogilvie.
Soho: The Nonesuch Press, 1923. Limited to 725 copies (this no. 46). Quarto. [vi], 162p. Edited by Geoffrey Keynes. Printed in red and black on Dutch mould-made paper. Bibliographical note at end by Geoffrey Keynes. The original quarter canvas replaced with a nice binding of brown crushed morocco spine gilt...
Austin: W. Thomas Taylor, 1977. Printed at the Bird & Bull Press and Limited to 500 copies SIGNED BY JOHN FOWLES, the translator. 65p. Bound by Gray Parrot with morocco spine and marbled boards.
London: The Franfrolico Press. No. 70 of 500 copies printed on Japon paper. 36p. Bound in boards covered with Mendicant Parchment, the upper cover with black titles and a satyr vignette. Presentation inscription in ink signed "the publishers"
(London): Golden Cockerel Press, 1955. Limited to 550 copies. 123p. Illustrated by William Russell Flint with 51 crayon drawings, color frontispiece, and color title page. Tall 4to. Bound in quarter rust morocco with marbled sides, t.e.g., gilt spine titles. Cock-A-Hoop 202.
Chester Springs, PA: Dufour, 1969. First edition. 240p. Ochre cloth with gilt spine. Narrative survey of the major presses with bibliographical checklists of many.
Surrey, England: Circle Press, 1979. Limited to 300 copies signed by the artist, this no. 83. Portfolio of ten embossed prints in geometric designs with central etchings, each loose in a separate folder printed with the text, each print initialed by the artist. Housed in black titled silver-gray silk in...
Munich: Bremer Presse, (1925). 581p. Edited by Max Heckber. Bound in gilt-titled quarter vellum over rust-colored paper-covered boards, t.e.g. Rodenberg, supp. 1925-1930. p. 13.