Saint Dominic’s Press: A Bibliography 1916-1937 (1995)

Artist(s): Hilary Pepler
Author(s): Compiled by Michael Taylor and Brocard Sewell
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1996
Publisher: The Whittington Press
Total Pages: 180
Illustrations: 24


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Saint Dominic’s Press: A Bibliography, 1916-1937 is a comprehensive reference work detailing the publications produced by Saint Dominic’s Press during the years 1916 to 1937. The press, founded by Hilary Pepler, was known for its beautifully crafted books, pamphlets, and other printed materials, often featuring traditional typography and woodcut illustrations. The bibliography provides a meticulous catalogue of the press’s output, including detailed descriptions of each item, its content, design, and production techniques. Compiled by Michael Taylor and Brocard Sewell. With a Memoir by Susan Falkner, an introduction by Brocard Sewell, a preface by Michael Taylor, and an appendix by Adrian Cunningham. Limited to 400 copies, this being number 256. Original quarter cloth. Paper over boards.  24 illustrations, including  frontispiece, photos and 12 letterpress facsimiles. Condition: fine in slipcase.


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