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Fine Press, Paul Hayden Duensing

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Rules of the University of Washington Library Printing Press., Harry Charles Bauer (1902-1978).
1 Harry Charles Bauer (1902-1978). Rules of the University of Washington Library Printing Press.
Seattle, WA: No Publisher [but University of Washington Library Printing Press], 1951 First Edition Hardcover Collectible: Very Good None Issued. Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 20 copies. Printed by Paul Hayden Duensing, using hand-set Goudy Oldstyle, Centaur, Arrighi, and Hadriano Stone-cut types. Hardcover Pamphlet. 7 x 5 inches. [12] pp. Fleuron on the title page; text clean, unmarked. Blue paper spine, patterned paper over boards; binding square and tight, spine faded, lightly rubbed. Greg Campbell's copy, proprietor of Campbell-Logan Bindery. Very Good. This is the fifth book printed by Paul Hayden Duensing. Harry Charles Bauer graduated from the St. Louis Library School in 1931. Bauer was the Assistant Library Director at the University of Washington from 1945 to 1947 and Director of the Library from 1947 to 1959. From 1959 to 1967, Bauer was Professor of Library Science at the University of Washington. REFERENCE: Duensing, 25: A Quarter Century, p. [23]; 3 copies Worldcat, University of Washington Libraries, Indiana University, and the University of Georgia. 
Price: 550.00 USD
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My Climbing Vine: A Poem., Herb Young.
2 Herb Young. My Climbing Vine: A Poem.
Seattle, WA: Satyr Press, 1950 Hardcover Collectible: Very Good None Issued. Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 11 numbered copies, this copy is out of sequence. Printed by Paul Hayden Duensing set in 14-point Monotype Caslon No. 37. Small 4to. 6 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches. (14) pp. Text printed in red and black inks; text clean, unmarked. Original black and red cloth with printed paper front cover label in black and red; binding square and tight, minor shelf wear. Greg Campbell's copy, proprietor of Campbell-Logan Bindery. Very Good. This is the third book printed by Paul Hayden Duensing, printed in a very small edition and very rare. It contains a gardening poem by Herb Young. REFERENCE: Duensing, 25: A Quarter Century, p. [23]; 1 copy Worldcat. 
Price: 750.00 USD
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A Young Gentleman of the University., John Earle (1601-1665).
3 John Earle (1601-1665). A Young Gentleman of the University.
Seattle, WA: The Private Press of Paul Hayden Duensing, 1954 First Edition, thus. Hardcover Collectible: Very Good None Issued. Hardcover 
LIMITED EDITION of 50 copies, printed by Paul Hayden Duensing in 12-point Monotype Garamond & Italic types. Hardcover Pamphlet. 10 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches. [8] pp. Small fleuron on the title page, colophon printed within a typographic border; text clean, unmarked. Blue wrappers over flexible boards, printed paper front cover label, stitched with red thread; binding square and tight, some soiling and bumping to the covers. Greg Campbell's copy, proprietor of Campbell-Logan Bindery. SCARCE. Fine. This is the eighth book printed by Paul Hayden Duensing. The text is an extract from John Earle's Microcosmographie, or a Peece of the World Discovered, in Essayes and Characters. The Microcosmographie is a witty satire on seventeenth-century British manners. REFERENCE: Duensing, 25: A Quarter Century?, p. [25]; 1 copy Worldcat. 
Price: 500.00 USD
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A Dissertation Upon Printing Type as a Mirror Image of Culture., Julius Rodenberg (1884-1970).
4 Julius Rodenberg (1884-1970). A Dissertation Upon Printing Type as a Mirror Image of Culture.
Pittsburgh, PA: Privately Printed, 1956 First Edition, thus. Paperback Collectible: Like New None Issued. Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 25 copies, printed by Paul Hayden Duensing in 12-point Monotype Baskerville type with ATF Bulmer for display on Sunray Ingres paper. 25 copies were printed to send to Duensing's friends, but "all but six copies destroyed because of an imperfection." Unbound. 8 1/2 x 5 5/8 inches. [vi], 9, [3] pp. Half-title, title page printed within typographic borders, printer's device of the reading monk in red, initials within typographic borders, colophon printed within a typographic border; text clean, unmarked. Loose sheets. Greg Campbell's copy, proprietor of Campbell-Logan Bindery. RARE. Fine. Duensing's 9th book. This essay by Julius Rosenberg first appeared in a gathering of essays in honor of Karl Klingspor entitled, In der Schmiede der Schrift: Karl Klingspor und sein Werk (1940); the translation is Duensing's, who felt it would be of interest to "Those in America whose interests lie in the fields of type founding and the story of letterforms." REFERENCE: Duensing, 25: A Quarter Century?, p. [25]; not in Worldcat. 
Price: 650.00 USD
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A Note on the Satyr Press., Paul Hayden Duensing (1929-2006).
5 Paul Hayden Duensing (1929-2006). A Note on the Satyr Press.
Seattle, WA: Satyr Press, 1950 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Like New Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 75 numbered copies, this is copy number 33, SIGNED by Duensing on the colophon. Printed by Paul Hayden Duensing, set in 10-point Century Expanded and Italic. Pamphlet. 8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches. [6] pp. Text printed in red and black inks with a fleuron on the title page; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers with fleuron and red rules on front cover, stapled; binding square and tight. Greg Campbell's copy, proprietor of Campbell-Logan Bindery. SIGNED by the author on the colophon. Fine. This is the first book printed by Paul Hayden Duensing. It discusses the equipment and philosophy of a new printing endeavor begun by Paul Hayden Duensing in Seattle in 1950. REFERENCE: Duensing, 25: A Quarter Century, p. [23]; 1 copy Worldcat, University of Washington Libraries. 
Price: 550.00 USD
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Concerning the Private Press of Paul Hayden Duensing., Paul Hayden Duensing (1929-2006).
6 Paul Hayden Duensing (1929-2006). Concerning the Private Press of Paul Hayden Duensing.
Kalamazoo, MI: The Private Press of Paul Hayden Duensing, 1963 First Edition Paperback Collectible: Like New None Issued. Paperback 
LIMITED EDITION of 10 copies, the smallest limitation of any of Duensing's publications. Printed by Paul Hayden Duensing, using Menhart Roman and Italic 397 types. Pamphlet. 9 x 6 inches. [12] pp. Text clean, unmarked. Blue printed wrappers, stapled; binding square and tight. Greg Campbell's copy, proprietor of Campbell-Logan Bindery. Fine. This is the twelfth book printed by Paul Hayden Duensing and documents the Press around the time of its transition from Seattle, Washington, to Kalamazoo, Michigan. REFERENCE: Duensing, 25: A Quarter Century?, p. [25]; not in Worldcat. 
Price: 500.00 USD
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