Chicago & London. Advance Reading Copy/Proof. Softcover. Very slight sticker residue on front cover. ; Uncorrected page proofs.
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Leeds, UK: Thomas Waide & Sons, 1929. Softcover. Slight creasing to edges of covers. Slight foxing to first and last blank pages. ; 26 pages.
New York: The Society, 1945. softcover. Slight Soil; Original wrapper.
Long Island City, NY: American Printing Equipment and Supply Company, 1966. Softcover. Two small tears to spine. Covers slightly rubbed. Name written on front cover and first page. ; 192 pages.
Washington, D. C. Government Printing Office, 1939. softcover. Contents are very good but wrappers are soiled with edgewear and library numbers on front wrapper. There is also a spine tear. ; Ex-Library; ; 60 pages.
Rochester, NY: Charlotte High School. Softcover. Slight bump to top spine end. ; "Produced by the pupils in the print shop classes at Charlotte High School ... Rochester, New York."
New York: The American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1940. Softcover. Front cover is detached. A couple very small lightly browned areas on covers. ; 56 pages; The American Institute of Graphic Arts Keepsake No. 61. 850 copies printed for the American Institute of Graphic Arts, 150 copies for the Grolier...
Worcester, MA: Worcester Art Museum, 1939. softcover. Slight spine, edge and corner wear;.
New York: Christie's, 2003. Softcover.
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1957. First Edition. Hardcover.
Chicago: The Chicago Tribune, 1932. softcover. 40 pages.
Pittsburgh: The Graphica Press, 1923. First Edition. Hardcover. Spine ends worn; original boards have several stains; internally tight clean very good. #16 of 60 copies.
New York: The John C. Powers Company, Inc. Softcover. Covers have a small browned area to the back and slight edge creasing. ; Promotional booklet (8 1/2" X 11") produced by The John C. Powers Company, Inc. Printing Lithography Gravure to demonstrate their services.
Boston: S. D. Warren Company. Three-quarter leather. Series of nine promotional booklets approx. 8 1/2" X 11" bound together in three-quarter leather binding. Leather portions of binding have light wear to the outer corners and spine ends and slight rubbing to the spine.
San Francisco: Simpson Paper Company, 1989. Softcover. Slight creasing to lower edge of rear cover. ; 29 pages.
Elizabeth, NJ: American Type Founders, 1944. Softcover. Slight smudging to a few pages. ; 32 pages.
Rochester, NY: Alling & Cory, 1944. First Edition. Hardcover. "Being a brief history of the founding of the paper business of the Alling & Cory Company, together with an account of its growth. " In a torn glassine cover.
New York: The Association, 1984. Softcover. Very slight foxing to rear cover. ; 40 pages.
New York: The Association. Softcover. 1-17 in sixteen volumes, 26-32 in five volumes, 45-49 in five volumes, 26 items total.
New York: A. F. Lewis & Co., 1952. Hardcover. Some light marginal damp-stains.
New York: Continental Typefounders Association, Inc. Softcover. A small tear to each outside page edge. ; 4 pages; "For the collector librarian and bookseller ... A record of that fascinating field of publishing ..."
Boston: David Godine Publisher, 1970. Softcover. 8 pages.
Washington, DC: House of Representatives, 1860. Softcover. Last (blank) page foxed. ; 164 pages; Disbound, no covers.
1940. Softcover. Mild darkening of the edges, a few spots. ; 14 pages.
West Virginia Pulp & Paper Company, 1936. Softcover. Wrapper starting to split along spine; internally very good.