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GERMAN RENAISSANCE TITLE-BORDERS by  A.F Johnson - Hardcover - 1929 - from Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press and


by Johnson, A.F

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N.P.: Bibliographical Society, 1929. half-cloth over boards. 4to. half-cloth over boards. vii, 20 pages followed by 85 plates. First edition. Facsimiles and Illustrations, No.1, issued by the Society. Johnson explains in his introduction that he has chosen the most interesting borders from several hundred books. Has index of printers and books. Ex-library copy with number on spine, withdrawn stamp and embossed stamp on the title page.

  • Seller: Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press US (US)
  • Seller: Inventory #: 40558
  • Author: Johnson, A.F
  • Format/binding:Half-cloth over boards
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Bibliographical Society
  • Place: N.P.
  • Date published: 1929


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