COBDEN-SANDERSON AND THE DOVES PRESS. J. H. Nash, Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson, Edward Johnston, A. W. Pollard.
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COBDEN-SANDERSON AND THE DOVES PRESS. The History of the Press and the Story of its types told by Alfred W. Pollard. The Character of the Man Set Forth by his Faithful Scribe Edward Johnston. With the Ideal Book or Book Beautiful by Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson. And a list of the Doves Press printings.

SF: John Henry Nash, 1929. 8 1/4 x 12 1/2. xviii, 35 pages. Tipped in leaf from Doves Press edition of Goethe. Full vellum, top edge gilt. Typographic bookplate inside front cover. Base of spine rubbed, some pinpoint speckling to vellum, very good. Item #18022

No. 40 of 312 copies containing a Doves leaf on paper (of 339 copies total). Handsomely printed in Cloister Lightface, "a recutting of Nicolas Jenson's Roman letter, by Morris Fuller Benton, who also cut the accompanying Italic." Shoulder titles in red.

Price: $450.00