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21 Poetry - Anthology COLLINS, Louis W. LANDRY, Joseph Poetry we've liked II : Poems set and printed by members of LS 060, Practical Printing, in the Winter Term, 1984.
Dawson Room, Killam Library, Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., 1984, 
(Poetry – Anthology). Poetry we've liked II : Poems set and printed by members of LS 060, Practical Printing, in the Winter Term, 1984. Halifax, N.S.:The Dawson Room, Killam Library, Dalhousie University, (1984). Pp (8). 8vo , orange printed stapled card covers. Contents : A Dollmaker's Dream (by Jane H. Tilley) – set by J. Tilley in 12 pt. Goudy Oldstyle Italic; Abou Ben Adhem (by James Henry Leigh Hunt) – set in William Morris' “Chaucer” type by Joseph Landry; Unemployment (by Tom Wayman) – set in 10 point Caslon Roman by Stewart Murray; From Cautionary Verses (by Hilaire Belloc) – set in 10point Sans Serif by Austin Reade; Urnuigh an Tighearn – set by John MacLeo d in 10 point Bodini Medium; White Thunder (by Stephen Arnold) – set by Catherine Ryle in 18 point 20th Century Bold Condensed; On the Banks of Allan Water (by M.G. Lewis) – set in 12 PointCaslon Roman by L.W.C. [Louis W. Collins]. Very good. 10.00

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22 Rochester Typographic Service, Inc.) Type Faces for your advertisements, folders, catalogs, books and broadsides
Rochester Typographic Service, Inc., Rochester, 0, 
(Rochester Typographic Service, Inc.). Type Faces for your advertisements, folders, catalogs, books and broadsides. Rochester, N.Y.: Rochester Typographic Service, Inc., n.d. Unpaginated (approx. 554 pages + alphabetical dividers ). Hole-punched sheets in a maroon seven-hole binder. Extra shipping charge due to its 3 kilogram weight. One Dutch Initial has been cut out of its page (also affecting the Aldus Initials page), else vg. 75.00

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23 RUSHMORE, Arthur W. (ed.). Mainz Diary : 1437-1440 In Which New Light Is Shed upon the Cradle Days of the Art and Mystery of Printing. Translated from the German by Albert Bachaus. Edited and with a Note by Arthur W. Rushmore.
Golden Hind Press, Madison, New Jersey., 1940, 
RUSHMORE, Arthur W. (ed.). The Mainz Diary : 1437-1440 In Which New Light Is Shed upon the Cradle Days of the Art and Mystery of Printing. Translated from the German by Albert Bachaus. Edited and with a Note by Arthur W. Rushmore. With a Critical Foreword by Hermann Puterschein. Issued, on the Occasion of the 500th Anniversary of the Invention of Printing from Movable Type, by the Golden Hind Press in Madison, New Jersey. Anno Domini Mcmxl [1940]. Pp [i]-[xv],(3),1-[12],(2), frontis + 2 plates. 8vo, white cloth spine, blue paper covered boards, printed white paper label to spine, fore-edge untrimmed. “Of the first edition of The Mainz Diary, 250 copies have been bound in boards for the friends of the editor, and the balance of the sheets bound in with the text of the Christmas issue of PRINT.” Spine browned, else very good, with small bookplate to front pastedown “Christmas 1940 / Greetings from Arthur & Edna Rushmore and Best Wishes for the New Year.” 35.00

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24 SHAHN, Ben. SHAHN, Ben. Love and Joy about Letters. First Edition, in slipcase.
Grossman, New York, 1963, 
SHAHN, Ben. Love and Joy about Letters. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1963. First Printing. Pp. (4),5-79,(1). Illustrated in colour, and black and white. Double column. Oblong 8vo, multi-coloured cloth with white lettering to front board, blank spine, in black and white decorated paper covered slipcase, white lettering to spine of slipcase. The American artist muses on the history of letters, lettering, design, and typography; supplemented by a few dozen of Shahn's typographically-inspired posters, princes and other illustrations. Very good in lightly edgeworn slipcase. A handsomely-designed volume. 80.00

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25 ST-DENYS GARNEAU, Hector de HEBERT, Anne SCOTT, F.R. (trans.) St-Denys Garneau & Anne Hebert
Klanak Press, Vancouver, 1962, 
ST-DENYS GARNEAU, Hector de and Anne HÉBERT. St-Denys Garneau & Anne Hébert. Translations / Traductions by F.R. Scott. Vancouver : Klanak Press, (1962). Pp. 49. Parallel text in French and English. 8vo, white card covers. Design and typography by Takao Tanabe. Very good in ustjacketj (small chip to tail of spine). 30.00

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26 STANDISH, James T. Funniest Book in Newfoundland
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STANDISH, James T. The Funniest Book in Newfoundland..pl.: Jester Enterprises Limited, n.d. [1980s]. Pp (8), 1-101, (3). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. A masterly combination of bad typography and terrible jokes, (lewd, crude and otherwise), with the occasional good one slipped in. The inane is not forgotten, e.g.: I knew John Cabot When he didn't have a dollar, He used the wart t'was on his neck To button up his collar. Vg. 7.50

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Studies on Modern Painters. First American Edition, SYMONS, Arthur
27 SYMONS, Arthur Studies on Modern Painters. First American Edition
William Edwin Rudge, 1925, 
SYMONS, Arthur. Studies on Modern Painters. N.Y.: William Edwin Rudge, 1925. Pp. 88. 8vo, green paper covered boards, pale green cloth to spine with paper label. Typography by Bruce Rogers. 1 of 600 copies on antique wove paper. Bookplate to fep, some smudging to boards, spine label rubbed, else vg.45.00

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28 THOMPSON, Bradbury. Bradbury Thompson : The Art of Graphic Design. First Edition, dustjacket.
Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 1988, ISBN:0300043015 
THOMPSON, Bradbury. Bradbury Thompson : The Art of Graphic Design. With contributions by noteworthy designers, critics, and art historians. New Haven and London : Yale University Press, 1988. First Printing. Pp. (7),viii-xii,[1]-218,(2). Illustrated in colour. 4to, slate cloth with gilt decoration to front board, gilt lettering to spine. Light spotting to top edge, else a very good copy in crisp dustjacket. 75.00 With an appreciation by J. CarterBrown and a foreword by Alvin Eisenman. "Bradbury Thompson is one of the m ost important graphic designers of the twentieth century. The art director of Mademoiselle and design director of Art News and Art News Annual in the decades after World War II, he also designed the formats for some three dozen other magazines, including Smithsonian. Thompson is in addition a distinguished designer of limited edition books, postage stamps, rationalized alphabets, corporate identification programs, trademarks, and sacred works [...]. His hallmark has ever been the adaptation of classic typography to the modern world." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. Peace and war [Amid the tumult of 1940-45, a more profound approach to graphic design evolves]; 2. Graphics in motion [On the printed page in 1945, process inks are given a vital role in graphic design]; 3. The Monalphabet [Toward a graphically logical and consistent alphabet, 1945]; 4. Type as toy [Graphic design conceived in the spirit of play and a sentiment for childhood]; 5. The painter's world [The graphic designer explores freedom of form and expression in another visual art]; 6. Alphabet 26 [Experiments provide a readable and practicalsimplified alphabet, 1950]; 7. Primitive art as graphic design [Inspiratio ns for today from folk art, prehistory to contemporary]; 8. The alphabet asvisual art [Roman letters serve as the graphic element on the printed page ]; 9. Classic art as modern graphics [18th century engravings and paintingsare brought to life again in the 20th century]; 10. Printing and the desig ner [Exploring the hidden resources and graphic potentials of the printer'sdomain]; 11. Photography and typography [Through the art of graphic design two older arts are interfused into one]; 12. Learning and teaching [Unders tanding and applying five centuries of graphic design history]; 13. Contemporary postage stamps [Honoring the arts and humanities of the nation]; 14. The fascination of magazines [The pursuit of design and the involvement with living events]; 15. A love of books [The design of classic literature in a contemporary format]; 16. A Bible for this age [Sacred language made accessible and more easily comprehended]. Light spotting to top edge, else a very good copy in crisp dustjacket. 75.00

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29 TROCHUT, Alex More Is More
Index Book, Barcelona, 2011, ISBN:9788492643868 
TROCHUT, Alex. More Is More. (Barcelona : Index Book, 2011). Pp (9),10-286,(2). Illustrated. 4to, pale green paper covered boards, black lettering to boards and spine. Contents : Introduction; Influences; Projects; Process. Alex Trochut was born in Barcelona, in 1981, and specializes in illustrativedesign and typefaces. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES MAY BE REQUIRED FOR ORDE RS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 40.00

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30 TSCHICHOLD, Jan. New Typography : A Handbook for Modern Designers.
University of California Press, Berkeley / Los Angeles / London, 1995, ISBN:0520071468 
TSCHICHOLD, Jan. The New Typography : A Handbook for Modern Designers. Translated by Ruari McLean. With an Introduction by Robin Kinross. Berkeley / Los Angeles / London : University of California Press, (1995). Second Printing. Pp [i]-xliv,[1]-236. Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth, black lettering to silver panel to spine. The first English translation of the revolutionary 1928 document. Jan Tschichold (1902-1974), a typographer and teacher, becameinternationally known in 1925 with the publication of Elementary Typograph y, the first statement of constructivist graphic design principles. After being taken into “protective custody” by the National Socialists for “cultural bolshevism,” he left Germany in 1933 for Switzerland, where he worked asa typographer until 1946. From 1946 to 1949 he made his home in London, wh ere he oversaw the typographic reform of Penguin Books.” - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 40.00

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31 Type Specimen Book. -Truro Printing and Publishing Company Type Specimen Book.
Truro Printing and Publishing Company Limited, Truro, N.S., 1964, 
(Type Specimen Book). Type Specimen Book. Truro, N.S.: Truro Printing and Publishing Company Limited, n.d. [1960s]. Pp (36) leaves, printed one side only. 8vo, top bound, blue comb-bound, blue printed card covers. Penned to first page “$40.00 per font”, with blank paper pasted over fonts no longer available, else very good. With a letter from the company stating that they are going to offset printing and must sell their type fonts by June 26, 1968, as they are moving their plant. 15.00

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Specimen Book and Catalogue 1923. Dedicated to the Typographic Art., Typography
32 Typography Specimen Book and Catalogue 1923. Dedicated to the Typographic Art.
American Type Founders Company, 1923, 
(Typography). Specimen Book and Catalogue 1923. Dedicated to the Typographic Art. N.pl.: American Type Founders Company, 1923. Pp (2),5-1,148,(2). Folding Plates. Illustrated throughout. many samples prited in multi-colour. Large 8vo, green cloth spine (faded to brown), green cloth boards, lettered in black. With business card and 4-page Price List of Job Fonts (July 1924)from the Toronto Type Foundry Co. tipped in at front. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spine and edges worn and torn, boardsrubbed and soiled, inner hinges broken, price list torn, one portion of on e folding plate torn off but present, overall a working copy. Card or labelof "Toronto Type Foundry Company Limited, 120 Wellington St. W." on inside front cover as well as "Toronto Type Foundry" stamped in red ink to fore-e dge of the catalogue. As is. 350.00

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33 Typography - Catalogue). McCurdy Printing & Typesetting Limited Interim Type Face Catalogue.
McCurdy Printing & Typesetting Limited, Halifax, 0, 
(Typography - Catalogue). McCurdy Printing & Typesetting Limited Interim Type Face Catalogue. [Halifax] : McCurdy Printing & Typesetting Limited, n.d.[1960s?]. Pp 110 unpaginated leaves printed on one side only. 4to, black c omb-bound, tan wrappers. Very good. 30.00

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34 WILDE, Oscar RAYMOND, Jean Paul RICKETTS, Charles Oscar Wilde : Recollections.
Nonesuch Press, London , 1932, 
(WILDE, Oscar). RAYMOND, Jean Paul and Charles RICKETTS. Oscar Wilde : Recollections. Bloomsbury : The Nonesuch Press, MCMXXXII [1932]. Pp [1]-[60],(4). Tall 8vo, original white cloth, with elaborate gilt designs over the covers by Ricketts, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Limited Edition of 800 Numbered Copies, printed at the Dolphin Press by Geo. W. Jones, the typography by Francis Meynell, the title page printed in red and black. A great Art Deco binding design. Mikhail p. 50. A near fine, unopened copy with some foxing to endpapers, in a black dustjacket (with tears to spine ends). Copy number 550 of 800. 575.00

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35 WILDE, Oscar RAYMOND, Jean Paul RICKETTS, Charles Oscar Wilde : Recollections.
Nonesuch Press, London , 1932, 
(WILDE, Oscar). RAYMOND, Jean Paul and Charles RICKETTS. Oscar Wilde : Recollections. Bloomsbury : The Nonesuch Press, MCMXXXII [1932]. Pp [1]-[60],(4). Tall 8vo, original white cloth, with elaborate gilt designs over the covers by Ricketts, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Limited Edition of 800 Numbered Copies, printed at the Dolphin Press by Geo. W. Jones, the typography by Francis Meynell, the title page printed in red and black. A great Art Deco binding design. Mikhail p. 50. A near fine copy in a near fine black dustjacket. Copy number 553 of 800. 600.00

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36 WILDE, Oscar RAYMOND, Jean Paul RICKETTS, Charles Oscar Wilde : Recollections.
Nonesuch Press, London , 1932, 
(WILDE, Oscar). RAYMOND, Jean Paul and Charles RICKETTS. Oscar Wilde : Recollections. Bloomsbury : The Nonesuch Press, MCMXXXII [1932]. Pp [1]-[60],(4). Tall 8vo, original white cloth, with elaborate gilt designs over the covers by Ricketts, spine lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Limited Edition of 800 Numbered Copies, printed at the Dolphin Press by Geo. W. Jones, the typography by Francis Meynell, the title page printed in red and black. A great Art Deco binding design. Mikhail p. 50. A very good, unopened copy with some browning to free endpapers, but lacking dustjacket. Copy number 258 of 800. 400.00

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37 WOZENCROFT, Jon. BRODY, Neville. Graphic Language of Neville Brody 2. First Printing, softcover
Universe Publishing, New York, 1996, ISBN:0789300737 
WOZENCROFT, Jon. The Graphic Language of Neville Brody 2. (New York) : Universe Publishing, (1996). First Paperback Printing. Pp (4),5-175,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated black and purple card covers, with French flaps. Neville Brody (born 1957 in London) is an English graphic designer, typographer and art director. "The Graphic Art of Neville Brody 2 is a wide-ranging and forceful introduction to a period of change that has barely begun to take its full course. The electronic future of multimedia systems, artificialintelligence and the internet makes it an essential purchase for all those fascinated by the shape of communication in the 21st century." (from the b ack cover). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDECANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 25.00

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38 WROTH, Lawrence C. Colonial Printer. Second edition, revised and enlarged
Southworth-Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine , 1938, 
WROTH, Lawrence C. The Colonial Printer. Portland, Maine : The Southworth-Anthoensen Press, 1938. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Pp (2),[i]-xxiv,[1]-368,(6),+ 30 plates. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine,top edge mottled blue. Contents : I. Introduction. II. The first presses o f the colonies. III. The colonial printing house. IV. The colonial printingpress. V. Type and type founding of the colonial period. VI. Printing ink. VII. The paper of the colonies. VIII. The journeymen and apprentices. IX. General conditions of the trade. X. Bookbinding in colonial America. XI . The product of the colonial press – Part I: The content. XII . The product of the colonial press – Part I : External characteristics. Limited to 1500 copies. Very good in slipcase. 75.00

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