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Introduction to typography

by Simon, Oliver

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Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1945. 8vo, pp. xi, [1], 137, [1]; 78 text illustrations, 1 folding plate; blue cloth, gilt title on spine, very good, dust jacket toned and edges reinforced with tape.




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