London, South Kensington
16 March 2006
BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF PRINTING -- BENNETT, William. John Baskerville...His Press, Relations, and Friends. Birmingham: City of Birmingham School of Printing, 1937-39. 2 volumes, 8°. A few illustrations. Original black cloth (a trifle marked).
The Torch...A Journal produced by Students of the City of Birmingham School of Printing. Ibid., 1933-50. 3 volumes, 2° and 4°. Numerous plates, advertisements and illustrations, many in colour. Original cloth (a little rubbed and faded). Provenance: John L. Marks (bookplate).
And a small quantity of other publications from this press, many with the bookplate of J.L. Marks. (qty)
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