- Topic: Grabhorn
The Discovery of Florida, Being a True Relation of the Vicissitudes, That Attended the Governor Don Hernando De Soto and Some Nobles of Portugal in the Discovery of Florida. Translated by Buckingham Smith, with a New Introduction by George P. Hammond.
Fidalgo of Elvas.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1946. Small folio, cloth backed boards, usual offset to endpapers, fine copy , one of 280 printed by the Grabhorn Pres. Cover design, initials and decorations by Mallette Dean. ... more info
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[Dean, Mallette]. Bible O.T.
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, (1948). Printed paper over boards, cloth backed, paper label. Spine cloth faded, boards slightly rubbed, internally fine and unopened. One of 400 copies, illustrated with wood engravings by Mallette Dean. Grabhorn 451. ... more info
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San Francisco: The Colt Press, 1943. Green patterned boards, green cloth spine, paper label. Spine slightly rubbed, a little foxing to endpapers, a very good copy without dust jacket, as issued. The poet's first book, one of 300 copies printed at the Grabhorn Press, issued as No. 3 of the Colt Press Poetry Booklets, it was one of the AIGA's "Fifty Books of the Year." ... more info
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