Good with no dust jacket; Water damage to top corner of right boards and first twenty pages of text at top right corner. Brown cloth boards with gilt-stamped black cloth spine. xii, 189 pp, index. Many plates. A survey of the printing methods, equipment, and business policies of American printers during the early Federalist period through 1825, when the cylinder press and improvements in power technology changed the industry.
Like New. 189pp 7 x 10.25" Grey and black cloth covers. Inscribed in elegant script on the ffendpp by the author. Published for the Bibliographical Society of the Univ of Virginia. Index at back. Condition: Like New. SKU 33400 ** We ship our books in sturdy corrugated cartons, paper items in stiff "Stay Flat" envelopes. (We do not use padded envelopes. ) Free tracking (Delivery confirmation) on all USA orders.
Illustrated By Illustrators. Very Fine. No Dust Jacket Issued. 4to. Published for the Bibliiographical Society of the University of Virginia/ Black wrap-around spine (Gilt lettering and decoration) with grey textured boards/ Illustrated with full page reproduced photo plates/ Alppendix and Index/ Printer's Marks illustrate Chapter Heads/ (xii) 189 pp. / In excellent (as new) condition.
SILVER, Rollo G. THE AMERICAN PRINTER, 1787-1825. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, (1967). 4to. Cloth. xiii, 190 pages. First edition. With a printed Christmas card from Mr. and Mrs. Silver laid-in. Very good.
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