Quarto; G+/G; faded white spine with black text; dustjacket has moderate edgewear with discoloration, scuffing, and staining on covers, spine is covered in clear tape, bottom edge of back cover has markings where a sticker was once affixed and then peeled away, as well as three small, green crayon streaks; boards are strong, have some discoloration and fading; front free-end paper has bookplate from previous owner and one 1 inch rectangular outline stain on bottom edge of page, back free-end paper has markings where a library card pocket was once affixed and then ripped away, otherwise textblock is clean; 377pp (main text/illustrations), 99pp (index). [Oversized book. Additional postage necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy International shipping unavailable due to weight restrictions. For international/expedited customers, please inquire for rates]. Rockville Non-Retail Listings.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Hard bound with dust jacket. Housed in publishers slipcase, as issued. Wear to dust jacket edges. Tanning to spine edge of dust jacket. Some wear to publishers black slipcase, otherwise very good. Interior clean and binding sound. [Large and Heavy-Please contact for overseas shipping quote]
Very Good. First American edition, 1963, hardcover with black cloth boards, quarto, staggared pagination, illustrated with facsimiles. Book VG with mild edgewear and rubbing to boards and spine, binding tender, text clean and unmarked. No DJ. THIS LARGE, HEAVY BOOK MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING FEES.
Fine in original black buckram and near fine dust jacket with some darkening to spine and with a small tear and in a near fine slicpase. Large quarto. 99 pages + 377 plates. Fully illustrated with typographic plates.
MORISON, Stanley, and Kenneth Day. THE TYPOGRAPHIC BOOK, 1450-1935. (Chicago): The University of Chicago Press, (1963). Folio. Cloth, dust jacket. xiv, 66, (3) pages, 377 plates, (1) fold-out plate. First edition. A study of five centuries of fine typography. Edited by Kenneth who wrote the chapter on the early twentieth century. Very good in slightly worn dust jacket.
First edition, 4to, pp. xiii, , 98, , plus 377 illustrations on plates at the back; leaning slightly, else fine in original cloth, dust-jacket with a short tear at the spine and minor edgewear. The excellent facsimiles exhibit title and text pages drawn from presses working in the European tradition, from Gutenberg to Bruce Rogers.
First Edition. Folio, 99 text pages plus 377 numbered facsimiles, 1 fold-out plate, black cloth. Two wood-engraved title pages. Introduction by Stanley Morison. Very fine in lightly soiled jacket with tanned spine, in fine, original cloth-covered sli pcase.
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