THE COLOPHON; The Quarterly for Bookmen. New Graphic Series Number One, March 1939. The Colophon, About printing in pre-union days, William Parks: Virginia printer in the 1690's, on the "first American" Queen Mab, Alexander Anderson: a. printer, Story of Dickens' anonymous Lord Bateman ballad, aftermath, an anonumous Dickens ballad, Emil Ganso wood engraving.
THE COLOPHON; The Quarterly for Bookmen. New Graphic Series Number One, March 1939.
THE COLOPHON; The Quarterly for Bookmen. New Graphic Series Number One, March 1939.
THE COLOPHON; The Quarterly for Bookmen. New Graphic Series Number One, March 1939.

THE COLOPHON; The Quarterly for Bookmen. New Graphic Series Number One, March 1939.

New York: The Colophon, 1939. First Edition. Hardcover. Virginia printer William Parks struggles & partly overcomes a ban on printing in the 1690's; Charles Dickens tries to remaon anonymous as author of "The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman" and his tangles & quarrel with illustrator Cruickshank; Linoleum cut by Hans Alexander Mueller; Two Beckford Collections; History of Uncle Sam's Government Printing Office; Wood engraving by Emil Ganso. 4to boards. Fine in a good-to-very good torn original glassine; laid in is a subscription form.

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