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Calligraphy. Square 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 141 pages. The first English Language edition. A lavishly illustrated book that offers instruction for the beginner and a refreshing philosophy on the role of the calligrapher in modern society. It is also a finely printed record of a master calligrapher's work.
B/w illustrations, sketches, color illustrations all present visually appealing cornucopia of lettering, the alphabet itself becoming a work of art. Apparent First Thus; English edition of 4000 copies (c1979). translation by Bruce Kennett. Hardcover, VG-/VG. Approx. 8.5x9.5". Green boards; lettering clear on spine. Corners not bumped. Front board has slight bend. NOT ex-lib. 142 pgs. Black endpapers. Text very clean. White dj has faint edgewear. Clear lettering on spine. Striking black and green lettering fills front panel.
Fine in J Very Good jacket. Squared 8vo First edition, first printing, 1981. Fine in near fine dustjacket. Green cloth, 9.5" tall, white dustjacket lettered in black and green. The book looks new and unread, no names or other markings. The mylar protected dustjacket has a very tiny chip to the far top edge of the rear panel, no other chips or tears.
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