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The Stinehour Press: A Bibliographical Checklist of the First Thirty Years by  Roderick (Intro)  David (compiler); STINEHOUR - Hardcover - Limited Edition - 1988 - from Attic Books and

The Stinehour Press: A Bibliographical Checklist of the First Thirty Years

by FARRELL, David (compiler); STINEHOUR, Roderick (Intro)

Condition: As new/As new

Lunenburg, Vermont: Meriden-Stinehour Press, 1988. Limited Edition. Hardcover. As new/As new. 26.5 cm. xxi, 300p. Blue cloth hardcover binding with silver impressing on front board and spine. Graphic dust jacket wrapped in protective mylar. No. 126 of a print run limited to 1200 copies. Signed by writer of Introduction, a member of the Stinehour family. Includes ephemeral insert: "Notes on Printing and Graphic Arts" a quarterly publication; this issue is dated February 1953, vol. 1, no. 1. Minor shelf wear to the top and lower edges, corners and extremes of spine. Dust jacket as new. Pages clean. Text unmarked. Near new condition.

A checklist of the fine press's first thirty years in business from 1950 to 1980. Contents: Introduction; Compiler's Notes; Bibliographical Checklist; Serial Publications; Writings Related to the Press; Index of Titles; Index of Names.


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