Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers [x]
Topic: Fine Bindings [x]
(No Author Listed)
Alford, MA: 1962.
Small quarto. 28ff. One of forty copies. Etched title page and twenty-six fine etchings by Fink, ranging thematically from portraits to botany to insects. Many more
Venezia: Antonio Zatta, 1758.
Four quarto volumes: L'Inferno, Il Purgatorio, Il Paradiso, Prose & Rime Liriche. (16), xlviii, ccccviii; ccccxiii, (3); cccclii, (4), 104; xii, 408, (4), 264, lxxxiv, more
Rome: Delfino, 1985.
Folio. 106pp. According to the colophon, this is one of 1,200 copies. Illustrated with ten color lithographs after drawings by Henry Moore. The editor, Dr. more
Decorah, IA: Solmentes Press, 2017.
Oblong small quarto. (68)pp. From an edition of forty copies, this is one of five deluxe copies. Signed by artist at colophon. Thirty-six woodcut and more
London: Basilisk Press, 1979.
Quarto. 180pp., + (10)ff. From an edition of 500 copies, this is one of twenty-five with ten original wood engravings bound-in subsequent to the text, more
Santa Cruz: Peter and Donna Thomas, 2012.
Small quarto. (12)ff. One of fifty copies. Illustrated througout with arboreal linoleum cuts by Donna Thomas, two of which are full-page bookends to the volume's more
Braithwaite, William Stanley (ed.)
Boston: Southworth Press, 1931.
Octavo. xxx, 214pp. One of fifty copies printed on Kelmscott handmade paper. Signed by Braithwaite, Hugh Francis Blunt, who wrote the Foreword, and Ralph Adams more
(Northampton): Pennyroyal Press, 1980.
Small octavo. (20)ff. One of 100 copies, signed by the artist, author, and printer. A poetic gem about the trade by Mandelbaum, printed in four more
Roth, Cecil (ed.)
London: Soncino Press, 1930.
Small quarto. xl, (3), 209pp. One of nine copies printed on Roman Vellum, signed by the editor, Cecil Roth, and the illustrator, Albert Rutherston. With more
Colombes, France: Collectif Génération, 1990.
With imaginative engraved and blind-stamped illustrations throughout, to accompany Pleynet's modernist text. Many of the pages fold out to give the reader the feeling of more
(Prague): Státní tiskárna, 1929.
64mo. (64)pp. One of 270 copies. A lushly illustrated alphabet, each letter decorated with curling vegetation and curious insects, including beetles, cocoons, and a grasshopper. more
(Northampton, MA): Apiary Press, 1961.
Oblong quarto. (10)ff., + single letterpress sheet laid in. One of twenty-five copies signed by the illustrator, Joyce Sills. This copy bears a presentation inscription more
(Watertown, MA): Anne and David Bromer, 1977.
(24)pp. The text is printed on Japanese paper with ornamentation in green. Wood engravings by Sarah Chamberlain, as her first miniature book commission. This is more
Boston: Anne & David Bromer, 1983.
(62)pp. First edition. From an edition of 400 copies signed by Gorey, this is one of 100 copies comprising the deluxe issue with the illustrations more
Boston: Anne & David Bromer, 1989.
(32)ff. From an edition of 400 copies, this is one of 110 hand-colored in metallic casein by the artist, and signed by him below the more
Paris: Moreau, 1983.
Oblong 12mo. (26) pp. Illustrated by Baltazar. From an edition of 220 copies, this is one of forty signed by the author and by the more
(No Author Listed)
Paris: Gumuchian, 1930.
Quarto. (181)pp. + 135ff. of plates. One of 1000 copies. A catalogue of fine bindings from this famed Parisian bookseller, profusely illustrated with full-page black more
Domony, Dr. András
106pp. One of the deluxe edition of 25 copies. This striking and novel miniature book is printed entirely on folded sheets of aluminium foil. It more
Oxford: Oxford Polytechnic Press, 1984.
Revised first edition. Robinson's classic introduction to the craft of bookbinding, with the inclusion of the original artwork for the book's jacket design. The artwork more
(No Author Listed)
Worcester, MA: Achille J. St. Onge, 1973.
55pp. The text is printed with large ornamental initials in red by Joh. Enschedé en Zonen. In a striking designer binding by Stephen Conway, evoking more