Title A Printer's Garland: Being a Miscellany of Typographic Fancies by Cecil & James Johnson.
Book Condition Used: Very Good
Publisher San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1935
Seller ID KSF11113-76
LIMITED EDITION of 300 copies printed by The Windsor Press. 12mo. 5 3/4 x 3 5/8 inches. 35 pp. 9 illustrations, printed in red and black in various typefaces; text clean, unmarked, minor toning. Quarter cream paper, gilt spine titling, decorative paper over boards; binding square and tight, top board slightly bowed, shelf wear, minor sunning to top edge. Very Good. The Johnson brothers selected a group of early literary works and designed specimen title pages and pages of text to accompany them, displaying a variety of typefaces, page designs, printer's ornaments, initials, and illustrations. One of the Club's most elusive publications. Reference: Magee, The Hundredth Book, #49.
A Printer's Garland: Being a Miscellany of Typographic Fancies by Cecil & James Johnson, Cacil Johnson and James Johnson,