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William Caxton and his quincentenary


John Dreyfus New York: The Typophiles, 1976

Based on a lecture delivered in November 1975 at the Grolier Club as part of the series, Heritage of the graphic arts evaluating of the importance of William Caxton as a printer, publisher and a man of letters.

Designed by Abe Lerner and printed in the year of Caxton's quincentenary, this letterpress publication was made in an edition of 1100 for The Typophiles and members of the Book Club of California.

Hardback, 18 x 12 cm, 60 pages, two colour letterpress work.

ISBN [none issued]

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