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Offering: Five on Papermaking
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- Subject: Offering: Five on Papermaking
- From: "Peter D. Verheyen" <pdverhey@DREAMSCAPE.COM>
- Date: Tue, 25 Feb 1997 08:17:42 -0500
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Thought some of you might be interested in these.
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>Date: Tue, 25 Feb 1997 03:55:54 -0800
>From: Chris Hagen <email@example.com>
>To: Rare Books list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Offering: Five on Papermaking
>Reply-To: Chris Hagen <email@example.com>
> <== An Offering from the Rare Books Mailing List ==>
>Powell's books is pleased to offer the following five titles
>1> (Japanese Papermaking) Barrett, Timothy. HON-MINOGAMI.
>Arrow Art Works. 1978. Japanese binding in tan paper with a paper
>label. Titled in Japanese on a paper label on the front cover.
>Text in Japanese & English. Numerous illustrations and photographs
>of the process of making Hon-minogami. 13 sample sheets bound in at
>the rear of the work. A very good, very clean copy.
>2> (Japanese Papermaking) Barrett, Timothy. SEKISHU-HANSHI.
>Arrow Art Works. 1978. Japanese binding in salmon colored paper.
>Title in Japanese on a paper label on the front cover. Text in
>Japanese & English. Numerous illustrations & photographs of the
>process of making Sekishu-hanshi. 30 sample sheets bound in at the
>rear of the work. A bright copy in very good condition.
>3> (Japanese Papermaking) Hughes, Sukey. WASHI THE WORLD OF JAPANESE
>PAPER>. Tokyo, New York & San Francisco. 1978. First trade edition.
>Pale tan linen over boards, titled in redish-brown lettering on the
>spine. Illustrated, with color & B&W photographs of the products &
>processes of papermaking in Japan. A beautiful copy, near fine in a
>very good dust jacket & slipcase.
>4> Thomas, Peter & Thomas, Donna. PAPERMAKING IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
>ENGLAND. Santa Cruz. 1990. Peter & Donna Thomas. Roughly 6 1/2" x
>4 3/4". Cased in full brown leather with raised bands. Titled in gold on
>the front board only. Printed letterpress on paper handmade by the author,
>woodcuts by Donna Thomas. The text contains excerpts from the diary of
>John Evelyn & Celia Fiennes' account of a visit to Barton Mill. Two
>tipped in paper samples, a reproduction of seventeenth century brown paper
>& a fragment from an incomplete copy Kebles "Reports" serve as examples.
>Near fine in a very good brown cloth slipcase.
>5> Weygand, James Lamar. THE WEYGAND TIGHTWAD BEATER, ITS DESIGN
>& CONSTRUCTION. Private Press of the Indiana Kid. 1970. Quarter leather,
>salmon colored paper over boards. Roughly 6 3/8" x 4 3/4".
>One of 100 copies on IK's antique laid paper, made by the author at his
>Weygand Tightwad Mill. Illustrated with diagrams of the machine, one
>fold-out, Printers' devices & a paper sample bound in. The spine
>edges are a trifle rubbed, with a little soiling & fading to the front
>TERMS: Please email to reserve. CWO or credit card by phone. Libraries
>billed. Postage additional. All are items returnable within 14 days of
>receipt, notification appreciated but not manditory.
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>Chris Hagen <email@example.com>
>>> I love working in the library. <<<
>>There is something to be said for working in a place bound in leather.<<
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