27 - 28 June 2005
FLEURON -- SIMON, Oliver, and Stanley MORISON (editors). The Fleuron A journal of Typography. London: 1923-1930.
7 volumes, 4o (275 x 215mm). Plates, some colored and mounted, illustrations. Various original bindings (lightly soiled).
[With:] 48 various issues of Corona (1930-1939).
Volumes I-IV of the first work are from an unlimited edition, vol.V is from a limited edition of 1370 copies, this one of 1250 on antique laid paper, vol.VI is from a limited edition of 1310 copies, this one of 1150 on antique wove paper; vol.VII is from a limited edition 1210 copies, this number 49 of 210 copies signed by Morison and Eric Gill (on the leaf before p.51) and printed on English handmade paper.
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