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The Art of the Printer: 250 Title and Text Pages Selected from Books Composed in the Roman Letter Printed from 1500 to 1900

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The Art of the Printer: 250 Title and Text Pages Selected from Books Composed in the Roman Letter Printed from 1500 to 1900

by Morison, Stanley

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  • very good
  • Hardcover
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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1925. Book. Very Good. Buckram. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Original edition, rebound in light blue buckram, lettered in black. Ex-library, typically marked/stamped, barely circulated and thus virtually without wear, plates clean and unmarked. [12] pp. + 245 b&w plates at rear..

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Seller
Saucony Book Shop US (US)
Seller’s Inventory #
BIBL0279
Title
The Art of the Printer: 250 Title and Text Pages Selected from Books Composed in the Roman Letter Printed from 1500 to 1900
Author
Morison, Stanley
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
second hand - Very Good
Jacket condition
Not Issued
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Simon and Schuster
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1925
Bookseller catalogs
Bibliography, Books on Books, Printing;
Size
4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

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About Saucony Book Shop

The Saucony Book Shop, located in the heart of scenic rural Berks County, epicenter of Pennsylvania German folk culture (our shop specialty), offers a full range of gently used, rare, and antiquarian books, with many volumes of scholarly merit and an unabashed emphasis on the quaint, the curious, and the utterly obscure. We make no attempt to be a general-service book shop. Our inventory is highly selective, individually chosen from among the hundreds of thousands of books to which we have access annually at auctions, library and estate sales, and through individual scouts and vendors. We do not handle material that does not meet our expectations in terms of condition or interest to our specialized, idiosyncratic customers. Despite maintaining a browsing inventory of more than 15,000 volumes, we have minimized our carbon footprint by maintaining our entire operation in a cozy ca. 1890 barn and lean-to adjacent to an historic creamery in rural Maxatawny Township. Our shop is available for browsing by appointment and occasionally, in temperate weather, by chance, so email or call ahead to peruse the eclectic selection gracing our shelves, or ask our ferociously over-read staff for recommendations. Selling antiquarian books of merit since 1981. Full search and appraisal services; always keenly interested in purchasing quality used books, whether by the piece or by the bushel. Thanks for reading about us! Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence.

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rebound
A book in which the pages have been bound into a covering replacing the original covering issued by the publisher.
buckram
A plain weave fabric normally made from cotton or linen which is stiffened with starch or other chemicals to cover the book... [more]

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