San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1962. Book Club of California Keepsakes.12 folders in cloth chemise and slipcase.
PRESS BOOKS, FINE AND PRIVATE
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Vancouver: Heavenly Monkey, 2013. First edition. Printed boards, 75 x 75 cm. 48 pages. This miniature book was made from off-cuts of the twelve different hand- and mouldmade papers used in Paper Should Not Always be White. The title page, foreword, and colophon were set by hand in Perpetua and...
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1927. Second edition. Cloth backed boards, nice condition. One of 250 copies.
Berkeley: Poltroon Press, 1980. First edition. Wrappers, fine. One of 100 copies. Includes a bibliograph of Trigram Press publications.
Berkeley: Poltroon Press, 1988. First edition. Original black cloth, gilt, not issued in dust jacket. Fine. One of 200 hardbound copies, typeset by the author, with tipped-in color illustrations.
Berkeley: Poltroon Press, 1988. First edition. Original black cloth, gilt, not issued in dust jacket. Fine. One of 200 hardbound copies, typeset by the author, with tipped-in color illustrations. Contemporary inscription from the author, to another writer.
San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, (1948). Dean, Mallette. 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.
Madison, Wis. The Perishable Press, 1967. First edition. Boards, fine. One of 40 hardbound copies printed on Chauke Heavy paper, from a total edition of 143. Fine.
San Francisco: The Bird in Hand Press, 1972. Wrappers, fine. One of 213 copies.
London: Privately Printed, 1925. First edition. Marbled boards, spine label, 43 pp. Instead of the usual black slipcase, the slipcase on this copy is covered with the same marbled paper as the book. A fine copy of this fragile book. One of 150 copies, designed by Stanley Morison and Frederic...
Vancouver: Heavenly Monkey, 2009. Budd, Harold. First edition. First edition. 10 3/4 x 11 1/2 inches, as issued in paper wrapper and cloth slipcase with printed labels. As new. The composer's first work in fine printmaking. Five plates, each titled with the name of a Renaissance composer, engraved by Harold...
Waltham St. Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1925. Mabel Annesley. First edition. Cloth backed boards; covers faded, interior fine. One of 450 copies.
London: The Nonesuch Press, 1932. First edition. Calf-backed marbled boards, spine a bit discolored, otherwise fine. Copy 269 of 800. With Ira Gershwin's ownership signature.
The Golden Cockerel Press, 1926. Robert Gibbings. First edition. One of 425 copies. Cloth backed boards, near fine copy in the dust jacket which is lightly worn with old tape repairs on the back. Illustrations by Robert Gibbings.
New York: Grabhorn Press, for Random House, (1931). Limited edition. One of 980 printed by the Grabhorn Press, with decorations by Valenti Angelo. Small folio, cloth backed boards, slight wear to corners; a near-fine copy.
New York: Grabhorn Press, for Random House, (1931). Limited edition. One of 980 printed by the Grabhorn Press, with decorations by Valenti Angelo. Small folio, cloth backed boards, edges and spine label faded; a very good copy. From Ira Gershwin's library, with posthumous bookplate.
No place: 1965. Broadside, folio: 43 x 35 cm; Caslon Old Style; 75 copies printed by Walter S. Hamady at Robert E. Runser's Rob Run Press, on the printer's handmade paper. Fine condition.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1981. First edition. Cloth, fine, one of 650 copies. Designed by Ward Ritchie.
San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1993. First edition. Red cloth, spine label, fine. One of 400 copies printed; much of the edition was lost in shipping.
Los Angeles: The Bieler Press, 1995. First edition. Original wrappers, spine slightly faded, else fine. One of 200, signed by the author and illustrator.
San Francisco: 1965. First edition. Folio, 15 1/2 x 11 inches, 157 pages, publisher's leather backed boards, offsetting from glue to endpapers, else fine. One of thirty copies, printed at the Grabhorn Press, with initial letters by Mallette Dean. A monument of grandiosity.
Berkeley: Transitional Face, 1987. First edition. Wrappers, 20 pp., lacking the colorful folder. Very good.
Marcham: The Alembic Press, 1997. Quarto, wrappers 12 " x 8 ". 60pp. Hand set in 14pt Grotesque and printed on Zerkall paper, with a non-adhesive binding with red decorative sewing in a heavy grey cover paper from the Schoolmeester wind papermill. 120 copies, printed (including 20 deluxe).
San Francisco: 1985. Beige boards with pages that fold out in accordion style. No text. Signed by Hoyt and numberd 41/90. Fine. Typographic prints, creating figures, animals, abstract shapes, etc. Very fine.
Berkeley: Poltroon Press, 1983. First edition. Unprinted brown wrappers. 8 unnumbered leaves, folded along the fore edge, each with portions of the recto cut out to partially reveal the hidden page beneath. Typeset and printed by the author. One of an edition of five copies, this marked "proof". OCLC locates...