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Chapter Nine: The Vulgate Bible & Other Unfinished Projects of John Henry Nash (Typophiles Chap Book LVI)

By: Harlan, Robert D.

Price: £30.00

Publisher: New York, Bird & Bull Press.: 1982

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 005647

Condition: As New


Hardcover, paper covered boards with gilt titles on spine and initials on front board, rough cut pages, small book plate of the Monk Bretton Reference Library on end paper but otherwise in As New condition with Very Good glassine wraps. Limited First edition of 1000, pp 78, example pages of John Henry Nash's typesetting including a full folding page inside rear board. View more info

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The New Art Library: Lettering for Students and Craftsmen.

By: Hewitt, Graily.

Price: £225.00

Publisher: Seeley, Service & Co. Ltd.: 1930

Edition: Limited Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 004556

Condition: Near Fine


Hardcover finely rebound in calligraphic paper over boards, small leather label on spine with gilt titles, new endpapers, top edge gilt, roughcut pages (some uncut), Near Fine condition. Deluxe Limited edition of 380 [307], Signed by Author, contains two specially designed an hitherto unpublished alphabets by the author, pp 336, 403 illustrations, index. View more info

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Donside.

By: McConnochie, Alex Inkson & Wayte, Bryn.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Deeside Books, 2011. 9781907813023: 2011

Edition: New Edition

Seller ID: 23

ISBN: 1907813020

Condition: New


New cloth-covered paperback book in mint condition.Pages vi, 220, plus all of the original full page illustrations and the 3 maps. The version reproduced here is from the two shilling hardback first edition with its original pagination and advertisments, published in 1900 (the 1985 J.G. Bisset version adpoted the much smaller typeface used in the cheaper one shilling paper board covered edition published in 1901, with the consequent reduction in the number of pages to 134 and a different set of advertisments). McConnochie was an avid hillwalker and a competent local historian, and his guideb... View more info