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1 (CRUTCHLEY, Brooke). Tributes to Brooke Crutchley on his Retirement as University Printer.
University Printing House, Cambridge. 1975 
Limited edition of 650 copies. T.l.s. to B. H. Farmer, Director of Cambridge University Printing House loosely inserted. B. H. Farmer's ownership signature, address and date to front free endpaper. Lovely paper covered boards, black linen backstrip, gilt. Extremities very slightly rubbed o/w Nr. Fine. 36468 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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2 ANON. The University Printing Houses at Cambridge. From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century.
Cambridge University Press. 1962 
Limited edition of 500 copies. Slim landscape 8vo. Illustrated. Brick red cloth, gilt decoration to upper board. Previous owner's inscription to blank page opposite title page. A lovely copy. VG+. 36460 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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3 ARTHUR, Keleti. Angyali Udvozlet. Molar C. Par Faba Metszett Rajzaival.
Amicus. Budapest. 1928 
First edition. SIGNED limited edition of 800 copies of which this is number two. 78pp. + [2]pp. and colophon. Illustrated with very attractive wood-cuts. Handsomely bound in half brown calf, gilt, raised bands, marbled bds and e/ps. Original limp upper bd bound in. Joints and corners worn. Contents clean and sound. Near fine. 33865 
Price: 45.00 GBP
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4 BARKER, Nicolas. The Printer and the Poet. An Account of the Printing of 'The Tapestry' based upon Correspondence between Stanley Morison and Robert Bridges.
Privately Printed at the University Printing House, Cambridge. 1970 
Limited edition of 500 copies. Grey boards, red cloth backstrip, gilt. Gilt decoration to upper board. Spine and lower board slightly stained. Previous owner's inscription to front free endpaper o/w contents clean and fresh VG+. 36457 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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5 COVENTRY, Francis. The History of Pompey the Little, Or, the Life an Adventures of a Lap-Dog.
The Golden Cockerel Press. 1926 
Limited Edition of 400 copies this being No 93. No DW. Brown boards with white cloth backstrip, gilt. Frontis + delightful wood engravings by David Jones. xvi, 225pp. Spine a little grubby, extremities bumped with very slight loss to bottom edge of front board. Some age browning to page margins, indentation to outer margin of pages 221 to last page o/w a charming copy. VG. 65684 
Price: 45.00 GBP
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6 CRUTCHLEY, Brooke. A Printer's Christmas Books. With a Foreword by Euan Phillips.
Privately Printed at the University Printing House, Cambridge. 1974 
First edition. Patterned paper covered boards, green linen backstrip, gilt. Upper board slightly stained near head of spine, board margins slightly browned. Previous owner's inscription to front free endpaper, rear endpapers slightly foxed o/w VG+. 36456 
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7 CRUTCHLEY, Brooke. Two Men. Walter Lewis and Stanley Morison at Cambridge.
Printed for his Friends by The University Printer, Cambridge. 1968 
First edition. Previous owner's inscription to front free endpaper o/w Nr. Fine in slightly worn slipcase. 36464 
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8 DICKENS, Charles. The Nonesuch Dickens.
The Nonesuch Press. Bloomsbury. 1937 
First edition. Vignette title and sm. ills. to text. Orig. blue cloth, gilt. Bds. grubby, spine sl. sunned and knocked at head and tail. Pastedowns and e/ps sl. foxed, contents clean and sound. Comprising four articles: I Charles Dickens and his Illustrators by Arthur Waugh; II A Bibliographical List of the Original Illustrations to the Works of Charles Dickens...compiled by Thomas Hatton; III Retrospectus, Editions of Dickens's Works; and IV Prospectus, The Nonesuch Dickens. 33863 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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9 DREYFUS, John. Italic Quartet. A Record of the Collaboration between Harry Kessler, Edward Johnston, Emery Walker and Edward Prince in Making the Cranach Press Italic.
Privately Printed, Cambridge. 1966 
Limited edition of 500 copies. Beautiful Art Nouveau patterned cloth covered boards (feels almost like silk), gilt lettering to spine. Fine in slightly worn and slightly browned slipcase. 36466 
Price: 80.00 GBP
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10 EDWARDS, Owen. [THE GREGYNOG PRESS.] Clych Atgof. Penodau Yn Hanes Fy Addysg.
Gregynog Press. Montgomeryshire, Wales. 1933 
Limited edition of 450 copies, this one no.97. 8vo. Frontis. + 7 engraved head pieces to each chapter. Bound in full light tan goatskin, decorated in brown, v. sl. foxed. Outer edges foxed, contents clean and fresh. Near fine in torn remains of original glassine wrapper. A charming copy. 33867 
Price: 250.00 GBP
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11 GOLDEN COCKERELL PRESS. [NAPOLEON] Napoleon's Memoirs In Two Volumes. Vol: 1 Corsica to Marengo. Vol. II: Waterloo Campaign. Edited and Translated by Somerset de Chair.
The Golden Cockerel Press. 1945 
In Two Volumes. Limited to 500 sets, ths being number 198. Large 4to. Engraving to title pages and decorations to binding by John Buckland-Wright. Portrait frontis to both vols. maps to endpapers. Original green cloth gilt, top edge gilt. Outer edges of pages lightly foxed, upper boards to both vols. and lower board to vol. II sunned o/w a clean and sound set. 41849 
Price: 300.00 GBP
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12 GREGYNOG PRESS. An Order of Service To Be Used at Gregynog on Maundy Thursday 6 April 1939. The Saint Matthew Passion. John Sebastian Bach. 1685 - 1750.
Gregynog Press. Newtown. 1939 
First edition. Slim 4to pamphlet. Original limp grey bds. Printed in black with two red crosses to upper bd. Decorated with red crosses inside. Rear bd. sl. creased. Some occ. light foxing. Near fine. 19736 
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13 GREGYNOG PRESS. An Order of Service To Be Used at Gregynog on Maundy Thursday 6 April 1939. The Saint Matthew Passion. John Sebastian Bach. 1685 - 1750.
Gregynog Press. Newtown. 1939 
First edition. Slim 4to pamphlet. Original limp grey bds. Printed in black with two red crosses to upper bd. Decorated with red crosses inside. Sm. mark to upper bd., rear bd. sl. creased. Some occ. light foxing. Near fine. 19737 
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14 GREGYNOG PRESS. An Order of Service To Be Used at Gregynog on Sunday 17 January 1932. Distressed Areas of South Wales: Conference on Social Reconstruction. 15 - 18 January 1932
Gregynog Press. Newtown. 1932 
First edition. Slim 4to pamphlet. Original limp beige bds. Printed in black. Sm. mark to upper bd., rear bd. sl. creased. Some occ. light foxing. Near fine. 19739 
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15 GREGYNOG PRESS. An Order of Service To Be Used at Gregynog on Sunday 29 January 1933 Distressed Areas of South Wales: Conference on Social Reconstruction. 27 - 30 January 1933.
Gregynog Press. Newtown. 1933 
First edition. Slim 4to pamphlet. Original limp dark tan bds. Printed in black with two red crosses to upper bd. Decorated with red crosses inside. Upper corner sl. creased. Some occ. light foxing. Near fine. 19738 
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16 GREGYNOG PRESS. Ellis Wynne. Visions of the Sleeping Bard. By Ellis Wynne. translated by T. Gwynn Jones.
The Gregynog Press. Newtown, Powys. 1940 
First edition. Limited to 175 copies only. This being no. 41. Frontis. by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Text in Welsh and English. Large 8vo. Original decorated stencilled bds. in red and gilt, red morocco spine, tooled in gold, sl. sunned. A very handsome volume. Fine. 18538 
Price: 400.00 GBP
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17 GREGYNOG PRESS. Lord Herbert of Cherbury. The Autobiography of Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury. An Introduction by C.H. Herford.
The Gregynog Press. Newtown, Powys. 1928 
First Edition. Limited Edition of 300 copies of which this is 210. 4to. Brown buckram, gilt armorial shield to upper board. 93pp. Illustrated with some text in red and blue. Some wear to lower edge, tail of spine frayed with sl. loss with indentation to lower margin. Bookplate to front pastedown. Owner dated inscription to front free endpaper. Very occasional light foxing o/w a very handsome volume. VG+ in slipcase. 58966 
Price: 250.00 GBP
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18 GRUFFYDD, W.J. [HUGHES-STANTON, Blair] [GREGYNOG PRESS] Caniadau.
Gwasg Gregynog. Newtown, Powys. 1932. 
Limited edition of 450 copies, this being No. 385. Khaki buckram backstrip with gilt to spine and upper, mottled reddish paper-covered boards, bevelled edges. 102pp. 4 ills. by Hughes-Stanton. Text printed in black and tan. Extremties sl. rubbed. VG 33873 
Price: 200.00 GBP
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19 GWASG GREGYNOG. PARRY, Robert Williams. Cerddi Robert Williams Parry. Detholiad Gyda Rhagymadrodd Gan Thomas Parry
Gwasg Gregynog. Newtown, Powys. 1980 
Limited edition of 200, this being number 72. Bound by Sangorski and Sutcliffe in quarter olive goatskin, green cloth boards. Text in olive, red and black. Illustrated with woodcuts. 4to. Contains signed presentation letter from Eric Gee, the controller of Gwasg Gregynog, to a Librarian. There are three neat cancellation stamps to front blank endpapers o/w no other sign of library or any other use. Fine. 62345 
Price: 300.00 GBP
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20 HUGHES-STANTON, Blair. (Illustrated) GRUFFYDD, W. J. [GREGYNOG PRESS]. Caniadau.
Gregynog Press. Montgomeryshire, Wales. 1933 
Limited edition of 450 copies, this being number 161. 4 full page engravings by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Pages printed in red and black and still unopened. Beige buckram spine, mottled red bds. Spine partially faded o/w a fine copy. 33868 
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