MORRIS, William (1834-1896)
A fine, complete copy in full white pigskin of the Kelmscott Chaucer, recognised by many as the finest book printed since the Gutenberg Bible. Hammersmith : Kelmscott Press, 1896. Folio, bound in full white pigskin by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, London, circa 1930, their gilt stamp on inner dentelle, bound over heavy bevelled boards ruled in gilt, spine …
KEITH, Elizabeth (illustrator); SCOTT, Espet Keith Robertson (text)
London : Hutchinson & Co., 1946. Quarto, decorated cloth in dustjacket (foxed, a couple of short tears), pp. 72, colour frontispiece, illustrated with colour and black and white plates, preliminaries foxed, internally fine. Scarce, a very good copy in the flimsy dustjacket, an important illustrated account of Korea. From Clara: Database of Women Artists (National …
HENSON, Bill (1955 -)
Deluxe edition with two signed photographs. Paris : Editions Bessard, 2016. Quarto, full silk with lenticular (holographic) cover, pp. , all full-page images of Henson’s photographs, paper folder at rear containing a signed photograph of a nude girl measuring 11.5 x 16 cm, housed within a silver-lettered raw silk clamshell box. The deluxe edition, limited to …
BARNETT, P. Neville
Sydney : privately printed at the Beacon Press, 1938. Limited to 200 copies signed and numbered by the author. Small quarto, quarter-vellum over gilt-lettered boards, lacking the flimsy card slipcase, illustrated endpapers, pp 45,  colophon, illustrated with 20 chuban woodcut prints after Hiroshige, tipped in (some ghosting from the glue as usual); a near …
SCHLESINGER, Kyle and Hannah King (eds); RAWORTH, Tom; DWORKIN, Craig; BERKSON, Bill; LASKY, Dorothea, et al (poets)
New York : Cuneiform Press, 2009. Laminated card box (360 x 120 x 20 mm) with black lettered title to top of lid and printed title “sticker” onlaid to side, containing 12 loose sheets in the form of poet-designed and signed bumperstickers (355 x 114 mm format) by different poets, plus a title sheet with …
ELDERSHAW, M. MBarnard
Illustrated by Adrian Feint. Sydney : Benjamin Waite for the Australian Limited Editions Society, 1939. Quarto, gilt-lettered maroon polished calf over bevelled boards, scarce paper dustjacket (a couple of small chips), publisher’s slipcase box with paper title label, illustrated endpapers, pp. xvi; 201, fore and lower edges uncut, illustrations by Adrian Feint, a fine copy. …
MARTIN-SCHERRER, Frédérique; HEREL, Petr (1943 - ) (artist); JACKSON, Philip
Translated from French by Margot Jones. [Melbourne and Canberra] : Disquiet Press, 2018. Edition of 100 copies, each with an original signed and numbered frottage (73 x 52 mm) by Petr Herel tipped-in on the half title. Octavo, printed blue wrappers, pp 1-38 (history of the Labyrinth Press by Martin-Scherrer), [39-56] (colour illustrations), 57-59 (notes), …
MACARTNEY, Frederick T. (1887 - 1980)
Surrey Hills, Vic. : The Galleon Press, 1934. Square octavo, green cloth boards with pictorial paper onlay to front featuring a linocut by the poet; 43 pp, illustrated with a further 6 tipped-in linocuts by Macartney; lightly marked, a very good copy. Presentation inscription to a previous owner pasted on a small card on the …
HOFF, Raynor, LINDSAY, Norman and others
Sydney : Sydney Technical College, 1931. Quarto, boards in illustrated paper wrappers (edges chipped), 48 pp., illustrated with numerous art deco designs, illustrations and tipped-in colour plates. Limited to 1000 copies, this is number 810, signed by Eileen McGrath, Rayner Hoff and E. H. O’Shea. Contributions by Norman Lindsay, Raynor Hoff and others, a fine …
Done into English verse by Jack Lindsay with illustrations and decorations by Norman Lindsay. Sydney: Fanfrolico Press, 1925. Quarto, quarter white cloth over gilt-stamped boards (corners bumped and worn, a water stain to the upper right corner marking the first few pages), tipped-in plates by Norman Lindsay. Limited to 136 copies, signed by Jack Lindsay. …
LANG, Andrew (translator)
San Francisco : The Windsor Press, 1926. Duodecimo, cards in paper wrapper, pp. viii; 43; colophon, printed letterpress on handmade paper, edges unopened and uncut, engraved titlepage and colophon vignette, housed in card slipcase. Printed in an edition of 750 copies. James and Cecil Johnson, born 1897 and 1900 in Sydney, Australia, founded The Windsor …
Translated by Jack Lindsay. London : The Fanfrolico Press, . Quarto, gilt-lettered cloth with relief insert of the Venus de Milo (small loss to upper board), gravure title page vignette by Norman Lindsay, pp. ; four gravire images of ancient Greek statues. Limited to 500 numbered copies. Arnold 28.
BOYCE, Robert C.
Thornbury, Vic. : Bird in the Hand Press, 1978. Duodecimo, cards in printed wrapper, pp. , printed letterpress. Printed in a limited edition of 350 numbered copies.
Baltimore and Colorado Springs : NewLights Press 2012. Octavo, cards in card dustjacket, pp. , poetry with graphically designed layout, printed with Laser printing, letterpress from lead type, lead spacing material, and linoleum. Limited to 150 numbered copies in a variable edition with three cover colour combinations. The NewLights Press is an independent publisher of experimental literature …
London : The Fanfrolico Press, 1927. First edition. Limited to 500 copies signed by Jack Lindsay. Quarto, publisher’s red cloth boards (slightly marked), spine lettered in gilt, in fair dust jacket with Norman Lindsay design (some creases and stains), 221 pp, uncut, occasional light foxing.
LINDSAY, Norman (1879-1969)
A human narrative embodying a philosophy of the artist in dialogue form. With a gravure by the author. London : The Fanfrolico Press, 1929. Octavo, boards in illustrated dustjacket (a couple of short tears and a few marks), gravure frontispiece by Norman Lindsay, pp 188, scattered foxing. A very good copy.