German Incunabula in the British Museum. One Hundred and Fifty-Two Facsimile Plates of Fine Book-Pages from Presses of Germany, German-Switzerland and Austria-Hungary Printed in the Fifteenth Century in Gothic Letter and Derived Founts

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Morison, Stanley:

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Victor Gollancz, London. 1928. First edition. (4), 26, (2) pages followed by 152 collotype plates printed red & black. Folio (46 x 33 cm). Black buckram with device designed by David Jones in gilt on upper cover, title gilt on spine, only top edge cut. Corners bumped, spine slightly worn at top and bottom, some foxing. This work is limited to an edition of 398 copies with English text, printed on Basingwerk Parchment (the paper rather prone to foxing). The text was printed at the University Press, Cambridge; the collotypes by Charles Whittingham and Griggs. The third of Morison’s magnificent trio of folios published in the 1920s. (Appleton 72, Baudin 56).

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