A Typographical Journey Through the Inland Printer 1883-1900. Maurice Annenberg, and compiler.

A Typographical Journey Through the Inland Printer 1883-1900

Baltimore: Maran Press, 1977. Hardcover. One of 1000 copies of this comprehensive compilation of the Inland Printer's most interesting articles on typographical topics. The magazine was the longest established graphic arts trade publication, first published in 1883. This is combined with all of the type faces that were developed during the period - the only complete collection. Bound in cream cloth with titling to spine and an Art Nouveau illustration on the front cover, with light signs of handling. No dust jacket. Interior pages are pristine. Two small Library of Congress stamps, one as an acquisition and the other marking the book as a surplus duplicate. Laid in are three pieces of promotional literature. Very good. Measures 8.5 x 11 inches. 731 pages. BOB/041720. Very Good.

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Price: $60.00

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