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INTRODUCTION TO TYPOGRAPHY.

by SIMON, Oliver (Oliver Joseph), 1895-1956 :

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London : Faber & Faber, (1945). First edition. The classic mid twentieth-century account of "the many typographic fundamentals of book-production". Demy 8vo (22cm). (xiv),(138)pp. Illustrations. Facsimiles, some coloured. Folding table. Original cloth; a few slight spots; occasional inked annotation; a good copy. Colourful bookplate spelling out 'Hewson' on front free endpaper.


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