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  • MASKS AND IKONS. by Abbott, Kathleen.
    Abbott, Kathleen.
    MASKS AND IKONS.

    Edition: First printing in wrappers, issued simultaneously with hardcover.

    London: Enitharmon Press, 1973. First edition - A collection of poems issued in an edition of just 400 copies, of which 20 were specially bound. Illustrations on the cover page and the outer wrappers by Juliet Standing. Designed and printed at Daedalus Press, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk. 45 pp plus the colophon. ISBN: 0-901111-49X.

    Condition: Near fine in light green wrappers with self flaps (name of poet Elizabeth Harrod on first page.)

    Book ID: 68151
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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  • ONE THERE WAS IN PALESTINE. by Bradford, Ralph.
    Bradford, Ralph.
    ONE THERE WAS IN PALESTINE.

    Edition: First printing.

    Washington, D.C.: Printing House of Judd & Detweiler, (1949.). SIGNED hardcover first edition - A single long poem on the life of Jesus in a lovely edition, 'designed and directed by Lester Douglas, printed under the supervision of John H. Davis at the Printing House of Judd & Detweiler. . . lettering by Cal Hoke. INSCRIBED on the front endpaper and dated in 1960. Slim volume - unpaginated leaves (32 pp.)

    Condition: Fine in flexible red cloth with gilt lettering in a rather tattered original glassine wrapper (which served to protect the book.)

    Book ID: 55558
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  • Brother Antoninus [William Everson].
    THE CROOKED LINES OF GOD.

    Edition: First printing.

    Detroit: University of Detroit Press, 1959. dj. Hardcover first edition - The poetry of Everson's conversion and his integration into the religious life. A very attractively designed and printed book, one of only 1,000 copies printed by the poet at the Albertus Magnus Press, St. Albert's College, Oakland. Number One of the Contemporary Poets Series. Slightly oblong format (8 3/4 by 8 1/2 inches), 88 pp

    Condition: Good condition overall - some toning to the boards, missing the front endpaper, but otherwise tight and clean - in a very good dustjacket. A reasonable copy of this early book by one of the significant poets of the 'San Francisco Renaissance.'

    Book ID: 30943
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  • NOVELLE CINQUE: Tales from the Veneto. by Bumgardner, George H., editor and translator.
    Bumgardner, George H., editor and translator.
    NOVELLE CINQUE: Tales from the Veneto.

    Edition: Limited, numbered first edition.

    Barre, Massachusetts: The Imprint Society, 1974. Hardcover first edition - #561 of 1,950 copies printed from Centaur type at the Stamperia Valdonega in Verona on Magnani paper - a handsome production of this collection of 5 novellas, translated from the Italian, edited and annotated by Bumgardner. Illustrated with four full-color and full-size reproductions of 16th century manuscripts. Notes. 144 pp plus colophon.

    Condition: Fine in quarter red cloth with gilt lettering and tan paper-covered boards in a near fine slipcase (some sunning to edges of slipcase.)

    Book ID: 55133
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  • MAD DOG BLACK LADY. by Coleman, Wanda.
    Coleman, Wanda.
    MAD DOG BLACK LADY.

    Edition: Limited, signed first edition.

    Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1979. SIGNED hardcover first edition - African American poet's first regularly published collection. #129 out of 200 copies numbered and signed by Coleman. 133 pp plus colophon and final photograph of author. ISBN: 0-876854129.

    Condition: Fine in illustrated boards with burgundy cloth spine, paper title label on spine, in original acetate wrapper.

    Book ID: 88745
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  • THE TERRY-BRODERICK DUEL. by Douglas, Carroll.
    Douglas, Carroll.
    THE TERRY-BRODERICK DUEL.

    Edition: First printing.

    San Francisco: The Colt Press, 1939. Hardcover first edition - An account of the 1859 duel which resulted in Broderick's death - "An argument about the future of slavery led to a deadly duel near Lake Merced, south of San Francisco. The rivals, David Broderick and David Terry, were two prominent politicians who at one time had been friends. Broderick, a U.S. senator, was a leader of the Free Soil wing of the Democratic Party, which opposed the expansion of slavery. As a legislator, he had blocked laws introduced to ban black people from the state. He had fought unsuccessfully against the California Fugitive Slave Act, which allowed whites who had brought slaves into California before statehood to hold…

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    San Francisco: The Colt Press, 1939. Hardcover first edition - An account of the 1859 duel which resulted in Broderick's death - "An argument about the future of slavery led to a deadly duel near Lake Merced, south of San Francisco. The rivals, David Broderick and David Terry, were two prominent politicians who at one time had been friends. Broderick, a U.S. senator, was a leader of the Free Soil wing of the Democratic Party, which opposed the expansion of slavery. As a legislator, he had blocked laws introduced to ban black people from the state. He had fought unsuccessfully against the California Fugitive Slave Act, which allowed whites who had brought slaves into California before statehood to hold them in bondage. Terry, a California Supreme Court Chief justice, had lobbied for California to enter the Union as a slave state, and was a member of the dominant pro-slavery Chiv wing of the Democratic Party. While he served as a justice, the state Supreme Court ordered fugitive slave Archy Lee returned to his enslaver. When Terry lost his reelection bid because of his pro-slavery views, he blamed Broderick. The two men exchanged insults and Terry challenged Broderick to a duel." (Gold Chains) Illustrated with Woodcuts by Malette Dean. Typography by Jane Grabhorn, Press work by Lawton R. Kennedy. 89 pp. plus colophon.

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    Condition: Near fine in decorated pale grey boards with a red cloth spine, paper label on spine (bookplate, light toning to edges of boards and pages, sunning to spine). Some pages still unopened.

    Book ID: 87563
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  • POEMS NEW AND SELECTED. by Eberhart, Richard.
    Eberhart, Richard.
    POEMS NEW AND SELECTED.

    Edition: First printing in stapled wrappers, a slim volume.

    New York: New Directions, 1944. First edition - Includes a selection of new poems - including some on World War II (Eberhart was on active duty in the Naval Reserve at the time this was published) - as well as four of his older poems. A title in "The Poets of the Year" series. Each book in this series was printed at a different small fine press: this was designed by Edward B. Thompson at Hawthorn House, Windham, Connecticut and printed at the Walpole Printing Office, Mt Vernon, New York. 30 pp plus colophon.

    Condition: Very good in plain white wrappers in a fair only light blue outer wrapper (split along spine, toning and discoloration to wrappers).

    Book ID: 61678
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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  • TAILINGS. by Enslin, Theodore.
    Enslin, Theodore.
    TAILINGS.

    Edition: First printing in wrappers.

    Milwaukee, WI: Pentragram Press, (1978). First edition - A slim collection of poetry, one of 300 numbered copies, handset and printed sheet by sheet on an antique Golding No 7 Jobber Press, Covers were handpainted by Patty and Michael. 24 pp plus an inner blue wrapper, handsewn.

    Condition: Near fine.

    Book ID: 61511
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  • A HISTORY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY. by Ferguson, Jane.
    Ferguson, Jane.
    A HISTORY OF THE SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY.

    Edition: First printing, limited edition.

    Nevada City, CA: Harold Berliner, (1985) dj. First edition - A limited edition chapbook with a brief history of the San Francisco library, plus a single page which reflects on the value of libraries in the Information Age, one of only 500 copies printed on Artemis paper in Dante types. In addition to running a fine press in Nevada City, Berliner was the District Attorney in Nevada County from 1957-73, and he wrote the text that later became known as the Miranda Rights Warning. 22 pp. plus colophon.

    Condition: Fine in plain stapled white wrappers in an outer printed red wrapper.

    Book ID: 87510
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  • MY HOLOCAUST SONGS. by Heyen, William.
    Heyen, William.
    MY HOLOCAUST SONGS.

    Edition: Limited, signed first edition.

    Concord, New Hampshire: William B. Ewert, Publisher, 1980. SIGNED hardcover first edition - Illustrated with a wood engraving by Michael McCurdy on the front cover and title page. Quarter bound in navy leather over light blue boards. One of only 30 deluxe copies, numbered in Roman numerals, and printed on Mohawk Supefine (out of a total edition of 180 copies). SIGNED by both Heyen and McCurdy. These copies also include the collection's final poem, 'This Night' in holograph opposite the title page. 20 pp plus colophon.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 82075
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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  • BREAKING (from The Book of Medicines) by Hogan, Linda.
    Hogan, Linda.
    BREAKING (from The Book of Medicines)

    Edition: Limited edition.

    Berkeley, CA: Poltroon Press, 2002. First edition - One of 150 copies printed in letter press for the Environmental Poetry Festival, Berkeley, 7 September 2002 by Poltroon Press (an innovative small press founded in 1975 by Frances Butler and Alastair Johnson) A lovely production, consisting of a single poem, printed in black on cream colored stock with a pale aqua seascape woodcut, 13 inches tall by 10 inches wide. Broadside, single sheet.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 65464
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  • THE PERSISTENCE OF RED DREAMS. by Huey, Mark. Illustrated by Peter Brehm.
    Huey, Mark. Illustrated by Peter Brehm.
    THE PERSISTENCE OF RED DREAMS.

    Edition: First printing, a slim chapbook.

    Charlottesville, VA: Alderman Press, 1980. SIGNED first edition - Poetry by Mark Huey with illustrations in black and white by Peter Brehm. #79 out of a total printing of 175 copies, hand set and printed at the Alderman Press, and hand sewn in orange illustrated wrappers. SIGNED by both the author and illustrator on the colophon page. 20 pp plus colophon.

    Condition: Near fine in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 55776
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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  • SONGS AND HEROES. by Jeffers, Robinson; edited by Robert J. Brophy.
    Jeffers, Robinson; edited by Robert J. Brophy.
    SONGS AND HEROES.

    Edition: Limited, numbered first edition.

    Los Angeles: Arundel Press, 1988. Hardcover first edition - A collection of 22 early poems, not previously published and written around 1912. The title comes from a 1912 letter by Jeffers to his sister Una. No. 21 of 200 numbered copies on Frankfurt paper. Printed by Patrick Reagh, binding by Bela Blau, on Frankfort paper. 33 pp plus notes and colophon.

    Condition: Fine in light brown cloth with paper labels on the spine and front cover.

    Book ID: 76695
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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  • DANGEROUS AS DAUGHTERS. by MacDonald, Susan.
    MacDonald, Susan.
    DANGEROUS AS DAUGHTERS.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback, issued simultaneously with hardcover.

    San Francisco: Five Trees Press, 1976. First edition - Designed and printed by Kathy Walkup in an edition of 500 copies, 450 of which are bound in wraps. Illustration and ornaments by Robin Cherin, Jungle Press. Oblong format, unpaginated.

    Condition: Very good+ (prev owner's name.)

    Book ID: 48246
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  • A PLETHORA OF PRINTERS' POETRY or A COMPOSING ROOM COMPENDIUM. by Mackellar, Thomas; Henry Lewis Bullen, Franklin P. Adams, and anonymous.
    Mackellar, Thomas; Henry Lewis Bullen, Franklin P. Adams, and anonymous.
    A PLETHORA OF PRINTERS' POETRY or A COMPOSING ROOM COMPENDIUM.

    Edition: First printing.

    San Rafael and Petaluma, California: Mt. Tam Press and Anchor & Acorn Press, 2004. First edition - Keepsake 'specially printed for the Joint Meeting of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco and the Zamorano Club in Los Angeles.' A collection of 4 poems glorifying the printer's craft and a poetic puzzle (with translation) by Franklin P. Adams. Limited edition, one of only 250 copies. Illustrated with small engravings. 11 pp plus the colophon. Slip noting that this copy was presented to the Sacramento Book Collectors Club.

    Condition: Fine condition in stiff cream wrappers with a turquoise printed outer wrapper.

    Book ID: 32476
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  • IGITUR. by Mallarme, Stephane; Rendered into English by Jack Hirschman
    Mallarme, Stephane; Rendered into English by Jack Hirschman
    IGITUR.

    Edition: Limited, numbered edition in wrappers.

    Los Angeles: Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1974. First edition - The first English language translation of this piece by Mallarme, #154 out of 500 numbered copies. Sewn in stiff rust-red paper wrappers with a photo illustration by Wallace Berman pasted on the front cover. 21 pp plus colophon. ISBN: 0-915148048.

    Condition: Very good overall (some dampstaining in lower gutter, affecting the back cover and several pages - but still an attractive copy)

    Book ID: 78967
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  • FLAGSTAFF. by Maytag, Ken.
    Maytag, Ken.
    FLAGSTAFF.

    Edition: Signed broadside.

    Santa Barbara: Unicorn Press, 1968. SIGNED first edition - Poem on a long single sheet folded five times to fit into envelope, printed on pale green paper with darker green illustrations and black letter. Cover has a small illustration and states "350 copies of Flagstaff, a Unicorn Longside, published January 2, 1968. Printed by Noel Young." The sheet then unfolds into a long thin broadside, . 21 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches, with a drawing along the left hand side. SIGNED by Ken Maytag at the bottom and dated. Nov 14-15 67.

    Condition: Fine in a very good example of the original cream envelope.

    Book ID: 58573
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  • Middleton, David.
    AS FAR AS LIGHT REMAINS: Poems.

    Edition: First printing, a limited edition.

    Omaha, Nebraska: The Cummington Press, 1993. Hardcover first edition - A collection of 18 poems, printed by Harry Duncan from Bembo type with Perpetua initials in red on handmade paper from India. Case bound by Campbell-Logan in scarlet Japanese cloth with gilt stamping. One of 250 press numbered copies (203 for sale). 44 pp. Small prospectus laid in.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 61713
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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  • VITUS BERING AND JAMES COOK DISCOVER ALASKA AND HAWAII (cover title "Arctic Sun and Tropic Moon," by Miers, Earl Schenck.
    Miers, Earl Schenck.
    VITUS BERING AND JAMES COOK DISCOVER ALASKA AND HAWAII (cover title "Arctic Sun and Tropic Moon,"

    Edition: First printing.

    Newark, Delaware: Spiral Press for Friends of the Curtis Paper Co. 1960. First edition - The 6th publication in a series of Americana commissioned each year by the Curtis Paper Company of Newark, Delaware - this one issued to commemorate Alaska and Hawaii becoming states. Designed by Joseph Blumenthal and printed by the Spiral Press on Curtis paper. 26 pp plus colaphone and large fold-out colored map by David Soshensky.

    Condition: Very near fine in a stapled illustrated wrappers (a hint of toning)

    Book ID: 89551
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  • BORDER ROMANCE: The Story of the Exploits of Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon. by Miers, Earl Schenck.
    Miers, Earl Schenck.
    BORDER ROMANCE: The Story of the Exploits of Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon.

    Edition: First printing.

    Newark, Delaware: Spiral Press for Friends of the Curtis Paper Co. 1965. First edition - A brief history of the Mason-Dixon line and how it became so embedded in our national awareness as the dividing line between the free North and the slave holding South. The 12th publication in a series of Americana commissioned each year by the Curtis Paper Company of Newark, Delaware. Designed by Joseph Blumenthal and printed by the Spiral Press on Curtis paper. 26 pp plus colophon and large fold-out colored map by David Soshensky.

    Condition: Very near fine in a stapled illustrated wrappers (a hint of toning)

    Book ID: 89550
    Keywords: Americana, fine press, map
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  • Montes de Oca, Marco Antonio (Introduction by Octavio Paz.)
    THE HEART OF THE FLUTE.

    Edition: Limited edition.

    [Pittsburgh, PA:] Byblos Editions, International Poetry Forum. (1978.). Hardcover first edition - First work of this well-known Mexican poet to be published in the US. One of only 230 copies printed on warm white Teton text, bound in marbleized boards with cream cloth spine. A bi-lingual edition with a translation by Laura Villesenor and with an introduction by Octavio Paz. Frontispiece by Jane Katselos. 60 pages.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 17787
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  • HERE IS EINBAUM. by Morris, Wright.
    Morris, Wright.
    HERE IS EINBAUM.

    Edition: Limited, signed edition.

    Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1973. dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A collection of five short stories, one of 226 specially bound copies, individually numbered and SIGNED by Morris. Printed by Noel Young, designed by Barbara Martin and handbound by Earle Gray. 84 pp plus colophon.

    Condition: Fine in decorated boards with a paper label on the spine in a near fine acetate dust jacket.

    Book ID: 81026
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  • WHEN I DIE - SONNET LXXIX. by Neruda, Pablo.
    Neruda, Pablo.
    WHEN I DIE - SONNET LXXIX.

    Edition: First printing.

    Nevada City, CA: Full Circle Press / Harold Berliner, (ca 2003). First edition - A single poem - a sonnet - printed in letterpress on heavy stock, in black with red initail W - measures 13 inches by 10 inches. Undated and with no printing information, but this was part of a group of items from Harold Berliner and later the Full Circle Press. A very attractive and uncommon production.

    Condition: Fine.

    Book ID: 88322
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  • [Poetry] Patchen, Kenneth, Bukowski, Charles; Kelly, Robert; Knowles, Alison; and others, contributors. Webb, John Edgar and Louise (Gypsy Lou) Webb, editors. Richard Shelton, signed.
    THE OUTSIDER Volume 2, No. 4/5 Winter, 1968-69.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback, issued simultaneously with hardcover.

    Tucson: Loujon Press, 1969. dj. SIGNED first edition - The final issue of this unique and impressive journal - "handset, mostly, and hand bound at Loujon's Desert Printery in Arizona" (included on the table of contents is a small note that the editors sold their house and workshop to get this issue out and at the end is the editor's bit & obit, which details their troubles.) This double issue is dedicated to Kenneth Patchen and features a 46- page homage to him with contributions from Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Kenneth Rexroth, Harold Norse, David Meltzer, Henry Miller and many others. The frontispiece is poem painting by Patchen and the cover of the dust jacket is a photograph of…

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    Tucson: Loujon Press, 1969. dj. SIGNED first edition - The final issue of this unique and impressive journal - "handset, mostly, and hand bound at Loujon's Desert Printery in Arizona" (included on the table of contents is a small note that the editors sold their house and workshop to get this issue out and at the end is the editor's bit & obit, which details their troubles.) This double issue is dedicated to Kenneth Patchen and features a 46- page homage to him with contributions from Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Kenneth Rexroth, Harold Norse, David Meltzer, Henry Miller and many others. The frontispiece is poem painting by Patchen and the cover of the dust jacket is a photograph of Patchen in his last illness. SIGNED by Richard Shelton at his poem "the crossing." Also includes contributions by Allan Kaprow, Charles Plymell, Russell Edson, Simon Perchik, Clarence Major, Larry Eigner, Charles Bukowski, Diane Di Prima, Denise Levertov, John Haines, Robert Kelly, Ted Enslin, Keith Wilson, Gene Frumkin, d. a. levy, Thomas Merton, Robert Bly, Dick Higgins, David Antin, Anselm Hollo, Ruth Krauss, Lenore Kandel, Alison Knowles, Margaret Randall, Jay Wright, Douglas Blazek, Emmett Williams, Jackson Mac Low, Ray Johnson, Al Hansen, and more. Illustrated with photographs, art and a section of comics by Kelsie Harder. 191 pp.

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    Condition: Very good+ in plain stiff cream colored wrappers in a very good+ dust jacket with a photograph of Patchen on the front cover, and a photograph of a black woman by Florence Mars on the back cover. Interestingly, this wrappered issue is much more uncommon than the hardcover (corners slightly bumped, some toning to the pages, one page foxed).

    Book ID: 56506
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  • THE PRE-RAPHAELITES & THEIR WORLD: A Personal View From 'Some Reminiscences' and other writings of William Michael Rossetti. by Rossetti, William Michaell; introduction by Angela Thirlwell.
    Rossetti, William Michaell; introduction by Angela Thirlwell.
    THE PRE-RAPHAELITES & THEIR WORLD: A Personal View From 'Some Reminiscences' and other writings of William Michael Rossetti.

    Edition: First printing.

    London: The Folio Society, 1995. Hardcover first edition - A beautifully produced book illustrated throughout with reproductions of paintings and photographs in both full color and black and white. Includes an introduction and epilogue by Angela Thirlwell. List of illustrations, sources, index. xvii, 234 pp. Purple cloth binding with an ornate cover design by David Eccles.

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    London: The Folio Society, 1995. Hardcover first edition - A beautifully produced book illustrated throughout with reproductions of paintings and photographs in both full color and black and white. Includes an introduction and epilogue by Angela Thirlwell. List of illustrations, sources, index. xvii, 234 pp. Purple cloth binding with an ornate cover design by David Eccles.

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    Condition: Fine in near fine slipcase.

    Book ID: 45967
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  • GIVINGS: Nine Poems. by Sheppard, S. R.
    Sheppard, S. R.
    GIVINGS: Nine Poems.

    Edition: First printing,a slim chapbook.

    Northampton: Printed by B. Chandler for L. S. Heaton, 1974. First edition - Printed in black with silver titles by Bruce Chandler (of The Heron Press). #181 of 300 copies on Mohawk Vellum in Kenntonian type; silkscreen frontispiece printed by Glenn Johnson. Unpaginated (20 pp)

    Condition: Very good+ in gray hand-sewn paper wrappers.

    Book ID: 87130
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  • ELEGIES TO DELIA OF ALBIUS TIBULLUS. by Slavitt, David R., translator.
    Slavitt, David R., translator.
    ELEGIES TO DELIA OF ALBIUS TIBULLUS.

    Edition: First printing,a slim chapbook.

    Cleveland: Bits Press, (1985). SIGNED first edition - Love poems by this first century B.C. Latin poet, who was a supporter of Brutus and had his estates confiscated and who died young, translated and with a brief prefatory note by David R. Slavitt. SIGNED on the colopon page, which notes that this is part of an edition set in twelve point Times Roman by John Hoffa, printed by Robert Wallace in an edition of 370 copies, all signed by the translating poet . . 333 copies have been saddlesewn into Fabriano covers on which a copy of the etching has been printed from a zinc engraving. Unpaginated (14 pp), printed in dark brown and red.

    Condition: Very good+ (corners slightly bumped)

    Book ID: 87131
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  • A COLLECTOR'S DECABIBLON: An Address to the Annual Meeting of Gleeson Library Associates April 23, 1972. by Strouse, Norman H.
    Strouse, Norman H.
    A COLLECTOR'S DECABIBLON: An Address to the Annual Meeting of Gleeson Library Associates April 23, 1972.

    Edition: First printing.

    San Francisco: Privately Printed, 1972. First edition - An entertaining speech in which this collector reminiscences about books, collections and booksellers, including his purchases from the 1948 auction of Mosher's own library, incunabula, booksellers like David Magee, and much more. Designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy. One of 200 copies specially printed for private distribution by the author, out of a total printing of 1,000 copies. 21 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in stapled gray wrappers.

    Book ID: 43425
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  • KID NIGREDO by Suntree, Philip
    Suntree, Philip
    KID NIGREDO

    Edition: First printing in wrappers.

    Isla Vista, California) Turkey Press, 1978. SIGNED first edition - A collection of poetry, one of an edition of only 400 copies handset by Harry Reese in 14-point Bembo and printed by Sandra Liddell. INSCRIBED on the half title page by the poet. 33 pp plus colophon.

    Condition: Near fine in stiff brown wrappers (slight sunning to upper edge.)

    Book ID: 86156
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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  • Suntree, Philip
    KID NIGREDO

    Edition: First printing in wrappers.

    Isla Vista, California) Turkey Press, 1978. SIGNED first edition - A collection of poetry, one of an edition of only 400 copies handset by Harry Reese in 14-point Bembo and printed by Sandra Liddell. INSCRIBED on the half title page by the poet. 33 pp plus colophon.

    Condition: Near fine in stiff brown wrappers (slight sunning to upper edge.)

    Book ID: 10546
    Keywords: fine press, Poetry
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