Bodoni 16-point Roman


A quarter strength jobbing fount of 16-point Roman. Giambattista Bodoni, born at Saluzzo in 1740, came from a family of printers. He served his apprenticeship in the press of the Propaganda Fide and later took charge of the Stamperia Reale

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Chinese Ceremonial Papers, 2002


1 of 50 special copies in half-leather, with an additional volume of rarer examples. Roderick Cave spent much of his working life in the Far East, and spent many hours scouring the Chinatowns for examples of traditional ceremonial papers, those

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Midwinter, 2012


Miriam Macgregor’s Midwinter captures the moment when the Cotwolds were covered briefly in deep snow, and the familiar scenes around her became a fairytale landscape.

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Edward Gordon Craig: the Last Eight Years 1958-1966, 1983


These letters from Ellen Craig, Edward Gorgon Craig’s sister, were written to her brother from France, where she was looking after her increasingly demanding and eccentric father. ‘Papa really is as strong as a horse – when he goes out

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Lost and Found, 2010


1 of 55 special copies in half-leather. When Rachel Reckitt was commissioned by Paul Elek to illustrate The Mill on the Floss just after the war, she decided, owing to the scarcity of boxwood, to cut in half a series

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Mattioli’s Herbal, 2003


1 of 50 copies in half leather. John Bidwell’s commentary on the remarkable woodblock of Asarum from Mattioli’s Herbal of 1562 in the collection of the Morgan Library in New York. A proof from the block is included with each

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