North Hills, PA: Bird & Bull Press, 1980. Hardcover. One of 300 copies. This interesting essay and accompanying illustrations first appeared in The Paper Maker in 1966. The prints that are the subject of the essay were originally included in booklets of cigarette paper as premiums to induce "chain buying." The twenty four prints roughly illustrate the art of papermaking in late 18th century Spain. Bound in patterned cream paper reproduced from an 18th century French woodblock design with a title label to spine. Composed in Times Roman types and printed on Ingres-Büttenpapier. Prospectus is laid in. In fine condition. Octavo. Unpaginated. BOB/072820. Fine.