Fleuron - Morison (Stanley, editor) The Fleuron No.VI

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The Fleuron: A Journal of Typography. No.VI. Demy 4to, pp.xiii[1], 264 + inserts & mounted inserts, At the University Press, Cambridge, 1928.

One of 1,150 (1,310) standard copies printed in Barbou type on Abbey Mills paper. Eight-page inserts of Lutetia italic, Stempel Baskerville, New Hellenic, twelve-page specimen of Weiss roman and a sixteen-page specimen of Monotype Pastonchi. There are also broadsides of Lutetia, Weiss, Baskerville and Naudin bound in. Many illustrations in the text, inserted plates include the work of Rudolf Koch and various incriptions. Turquoise cloth, gilt on spine. Lacking dust-jacket, endpapers dusty. A very good copy.

Principal contents: The Work of rudolf Koch, by Albert Windisch; Geofroy Tory, by a.F, Johnson; On Decorative Printing in America, by Paul Beaujon; Decorated Types, by Stanley Morison; Bernard Naudin, Illustrator, by Luc Benoist; Address by Citizen Sobry on the types of Gille, edited by daniel Berkeley Updike.

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