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1 JANUARY LIST 2016 Collinge & Clark 13 Leigh Street London WC1H 9EW 0044 (0) (Abattoir Editions) Solitary Confinement, poems by Bob Ross. With four blind etchings by Stuart Dayton. 8vo, 24.5cm, 59p, (Harry Duncan) Abattoir Editions, The University of Nebraska at Omaha, Handset in Cloister Old Style with Ultra Bodoni display. Number 39 of 200 copies printed in black and drab on Grand Moghul paper. Quarter bound in black cloth and Japanese wood-paper boards, with a paper label on the spine. A fine copy (Abattoir Editions) The Ceremony and other stories, by Weldon Keys and edited by Dana Gioia. With a drawing by Harry Duncan. 8vo, 24cm, 78pp, (Harry Duncan) Abattoir Editions, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Text set in 14 point Perpetua. 295 copies bound in beige-white linen with a printed spine label, this being number 248 and one of 66 copies on Curtis rag paper. A fine copy (Adagio Press) A Typographical Pasticcio. Folder containing six pieces, (Leonard F. Bahr) Adagio Press, Harper Woods, Envelope of Tan Hamilton Andorra paper, titled in black with ornaments in green. Typefaces include Palatino, Weiss, Delphin, Pascal and Torino, printed in up to nine colours with some hand-coloured Troyer ornaments. One of only 96 sets. A fine copy with prospectus. 90 With the following titles: An introduction to the Adagio Press (12p, 1963); A tribute to Anton Bohm and his work at the Sans Souci Press (8p, 1964); The Spirit of Liberty, by Judge Learned Hand (8p, 1964); Tribute, as if from a dead author, by Donald Weeks (4p); The spring of the year, by Samuel Johnson (16p, 1965); Interpretations and insinuations, or the image of the Adagio Press as seen graphically by its friends (20p, 1965). 4.(Adagio Press) Experiments with the Bradley Combination Ornaments. [By Leonard F. Bahr.] 8vo, [16]pp., Adagio Press, Harper Woods Michigan, Number 290 of 473 copies handset in Palatino, with display in Sistina and Palatino italic, printed in black and many colours on four colours of Fabriano paper. Sewn into stiff white Fabriano paper covers and black paper covers, cut flush. The covers printed in black on the insides, front and back, and the wrappers printed in brown on the front. A fine copy in its presentation envelope. 40 The text gives the background of the creation of these ornaments, illustrates the basic four-square combinations, and then shows more than forty multiple combinations, concluding with specimens of three additional Bradley designs never produced by ATF but engraved and specially cast for this work

2 5.(Adagio Press) The collected ephemera of the Adagio Press. Numbers 1-6. A continuing series of type specimens, typographic exercises and announcements printed at various times for various purposes, not least of which is simply the urge to print. Six folders, each 27 X 17cm, (Leonard F. Bahr) Adagio Press, Harper Woods, Number 63 of 153 sets printed in various types on different papers. Enclosed in an envelope, printed in black and brown on the front. A fine copy (Alembic Press) A Wood Letter Version of Thackeray's Alphabet. Square 8vo, 15cm, 32p, (Claire Bolton) Alembic Press, Winchester, 1979 (1980). Handset in Kennerley and various wood letter types. Number 12 of 150 copies printed in black on grey Victory Cartridge paper. Bound in grey Helicon, printed in black on the spine label, Grey Cartridge endpapers printed with grey tint lettering (Allen Press) Sophocles. Antigone, [with three line-block reproductions of drawings based on sixth-century Greek vase paintings, hand-coloured by Dorothy Allen.] Folio, 30.5cm, 64pp, Produced entirely by hand at The Allen Press, Kentfield, Handset in Menhart Unciala with display in Solemnis. One of 132 copies printed in black (the display and illustrations in several colours) on St Cuthberts hand-made paper. Bound in hand-made paper boards, printed in black on the spine and front. Front board slightly browned at upper edge. A very good to fine copy (Allenholme Press) Fenton (William) & James Mosley. Printers' Trains. [With a foreword by Kenneth Day.] Oblong Crown 4to, [31]pp., Allenholme Press, Wylam, for the Wynkyn de Worde Society and Newcastle Imprint Club, 1969 [1970]. One of 500 copies handset in Monotype Bulmer, with title in Consort, and printed in black on white Grosvenor and light-green Glastonbury papers. Illustrated with photolitho reproductions of numerous printers' trains and two broadsides. This, one of 165 copies quarter bound in red buckram, with grey patterned paper boards, lettered in gold on the spine. Clear acetate dust-jacket. A fine copy (Ashby Lane Press) Six Poems, by Sue Barraclough. Narrow 8vo, 31cm, 16p, (B.K. Foster) Ashby Lane Press, Bitteswell, 1974 (1975). Handset, text in Arrighi, dislay in Centaur with Saltino numerals. Number 28 of 120 signed copies in black and indian red on cartridge paper. Sewn into white card covers, pasted into Ingres wrappers, printed in black on the flaps, printed in grey on the front with a woodcut by B.K. Foster. Fine (Ashby Lane Press) Ides of March, by G.H. Godbert. With five brush drawings by Brian Whitfield. Narrow 8vo, 28cm, 24p, (B.K. Foster) Ashby Lane Press, Bitteswell, Handset in Bembo. Number 155 of 250 copies, signed by the author, printed in black (the illustrations in various colours) on Snoscen paper. This, one of 100 copies bound at the press, sewn, and glued into overlapping grey Ingres paper wrappers, printed in black. A fine copy. 50 With an interesting A.L.s from the printer loosely inserted as well as a proof of a linocut, done by him for a local pub, The Royal Oak, and two pulls from a wood block he did for a man called Toni Savage who lived nearby.

3 11.(Ashby Lane Press) Do You Sense an Angel? Wood engravings and poems by sister Margaret Tournour with additional verse from other poets. Crown 12mo, 17cm, 28p, (Bryan K. Foster), Ashby Lane Press, Leicester, Text set in 14 point SB Verona. 120 copies printed, this being one of 76 on Abbey Mills Greenfield paper with Barcham Green paper wrappers. Illustrated with 10 wood-engravings by the author. A fine copy. 50 One of 50 copies containing a tipped-in engraving, printed by the artist and initialled by her. With a good TLs from the printer loosely inserted. He makes clear that this copy (number 14) is in a variant binding of Brcham Green paper, rather than Ingres. 12.Bawden (Edward). Hold Fast by Your Teeth [& other stories]. Medium 4to, [64]pp., Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, Illustrated with 55 coloured lithographs printed by W.S. Cowell. Pictorial boards from a lithograph by the artist, matching dust-jacket. Bookplate. A fine copy in matching dust-jacket. 350 Take the Broom was originally published by Rainbird McLean in an edition of 500 copies in The text of this has been very much altered. Otherwise, this is the first appearance of the other eight stories, all of which were told by Bawden to his children. In the story Right Away Driver, Richard Bawden may be identified as the engine-driver of the Cheltenham Flyer, Joanna Bawden is the girl in the Schiaparelli hat, and Edward himself is Mr Draw de Nedwab. 13.(Beagle Press) A Colloquy: Between Henry Evans, a printer & Donovan McCue, an apprentice. Crown 8vo, 19cm, [12]p, (Donovan McCune) The Beagle Press, n.p. [Vallejo, CA], Set in Centaur and Arrighi and printed in black with ornaments in brown. Edition of 17 copies on Kimberly text, but this not numbered and presumably one of a few extra on Curtis Rag. Colophon inscribed by the printer. Sewn into card covers, printed in black. Near fine copy. 40 Dr Donovan James McCune, noted bibliophile and member of the Roxburghe Club printed this little piece. Henry Evans was the owner of the Peregrine Press. 14.(Bodley Head Booklet) Boland (Maureen). Garden Lore: Extracts from Old Wives' Lore for Gardeners. Foolscap 8vo, pp.16 (inc. colophon), Printed at the Stellar Press for private distribution by the publishers for Christmas One of 250 copies on wove paper. 6 full-page illustrations in green taken from sixteenth-century herbals. Sewn into plain card covers, buff paper dust-jacket with an additional illustration on the front and rear panel. A fine copy. 60 With a presentation inscription from John Ryder: "My greeting will be late, I fear, but some financial difficulties cropped up at a late stage this year! John" 15.(Brewhouse Press) Mountains, by Mervyn James. Illustrations by Rigby Graham. Foolscap 4to, 46pp., Trevor Hickman at the Brewhouse Press, Wymondham, Number 93 of 200 (226) copies printed in black (the title-page in blue and black, the illustrations in various colours) on cartridge paper in Times Roman. 17 lithographs (including that used on the endpapers) and 11 drawings by Rigby Graham. Grey cloth, spine gilt, upper board blocked in gold with a design by Rigby Graham. Green endpapers printed overall with a lithograph. A very good copy indeed. 60

4 16.(Cernel Press) Hodgson (Ralph). Songs to our Surnames. [Edited by Colin Fenton.] Square 12mo, 160 X 145mm., [12]pp. including colophon, George Tee, Cerne Abbas, Cernel Press, Number 31 of 50 copies handset in Bell and printed on Whatman paper. 7 eighteenth-century wood engravings taken from 'wood blocks salvaged from the dustbin'. Cockerell marbled paper covers, brown, black and beige, printed label superimposed on the front. A fine copy. 30 Signed by Ralph Hodgson on the title-page. 17.(Chambers) David. Joan Hassall, Engravings & Drawings. With an introductory memoir by Joan Hassall, and an appreciation of her technique by George Mackley. First edition, 8vo, pp.lxii + flytitle + 158pp illustrations + index, Pinner: Private Libraries Association, Limited edition of 110 numbered copies (plus 2500 standard), signed by Joan Hassall and including eight engravings printed from the wood at the Cuckoo Hill Press, Pinner. With a portrait, many illustrations and a small booklet loosely inserted in an end pocket. Includes a good bibliography. Decorative endpapers. Black quarter morocco with gilt spine titling, grey cloth sides, gilt top, slipcase. A fine copy. 240 With two loosely inserted Christmas cards printed at the Cuckoo Hill Press both with wood engravings by Joan Hassall. 18.(Cherub Press) Butcher (David). Chinese papercuts: styles, symbolism, techniques. With papercuts made in China. 12mo, 16cm, 20p, (David & Kim Butcher), The Cherub Press, Solihull, Text set in 12 point Perpetua. This number 43 of 80 (148) copies with five Chinese papercuts inserted. Sewn into orange Strathmore card covers, titled in black. A fine copy. 50 No two copies of this book have a completely identical selection of designs. 19.(Cherub Press) Chinese Papercut Wrappers, by David Butcher. Crown 8vo, [12]pp., (Kim & David Butcher) The Cherub Press, Solihull, One of 22 copies printed on Zerkall mould-made paper with six examples of Chinese papercut packets. Sewn into orange paper covers, titled in black on the front. A fine copy copies with only 2 examples of Chinese papercut packets were distributed to members of the British Printing Society Publishing Group. 20.(Circle Press) Chesil Bank, South, by Keith Please. First edition, crown 4to, 26cm, [8]p, Published and printed by Circle Press, Guildford, Number 247 of 260 copies, this being one of 200 unsigned copies printed on Glastonbury stock. Illustrated with a rendition of an Ordinance Survey map of Chesil Bank in yellow relief. Stapled to grey sugar-paper covers. A fine copy. 50 A second edition was produced in 1980.

5 21.(Circle Press) Please (Keith). Black Hole off Crete. 4to, 30cm, [8]p, gatefold, Circle Press Publications, Guidford, Set in Baskerville and printed on Velin d'arches paper. Number 94 of 100 (300) copies signed by the author. Text set against a vista of extra terrestial visitation. Sewn into mauve covers printed in black. A fine copy (Circle Press) The Gnat and the Lion: a fable from Aesop with relief prints by Willow Legge. 4to, 29cm, 8p, (Ron King) Circle Press, Guildford, Set in 14 point Optima and printed on Somerset rag-made paper. One of 100 copies signed by the artist. Illustratedwith two blind intaglio designs. Sewn into Strathmore paper covers, titled in black. A fine copy (Cloister Press) La Chartreuse de Parme by Stendhal. Translated by C.K. Scott Moncrieff. Illustrated from woodcuts by Edward Carrick. [Excerpt from Chapter Eleven.] 8vo, [8]pp., The Cloister Press, Heaton Mersey, Manchester, n.d. (c.1930). One of 200 copies handset in Bodoni and printed on Navigator mould-made paper. Title-page vignette and one other wood-engraving. Patterned paper-covered boards, blue and white, printed label superimposed on the front cover. A fine copy. 45 "An exercise in typography for distribution among patrons of printing by The Cloister Press Ltd." (Colophon). (Rogerson 49) 24. Crace (Hugh). Four Poems. Wide 8vo, 25cm, [20[p, on the rectos only, Printed at The Crace Press, 1967, and sold at The Angel Bookshop, Islington. Set in 12-point Perpetua, published on the feast of the Immaculate Conception, printed on fine wove paper. Number 16 of 20 copies. Sewn into overlapping lilac wrappers with decorative printed label on the front. A fine copy with a presentation inscription to "Virginia and Theo with love from Hugh. 8th December 1967." 30 Hugh Crace ran the Angel Bookshop at this time. 25.(Cuckoo Hill Press) Caracteres de l'imprimerie nouvellement graves par S.P. Fournier le jeune. [A line-block facsimile of the type-specimen, with a note and a translation of Fournier's 'Avis' by David Chambers.] 24mo, 110 X 80mm, 44 leaves printed one one side only, + 8pp, Printed at the Cuckoo Hill Press, Pinner, for the Printing Historical Society, 1975 [1976]. Machine- and handset in Fournier. One of 180 copies printed in black on Barcham Green Dover hand-made paper, damped before printing. Bound in brown buckram, blocked in gold on the spine. A fine copy. 100 Printed in 1975, but not bound until Published by the Printing Historical Society (St Bride Institute) using the line-blocks used for their edition.

6 26.Cummington Press) Berg (Stephen). First Song / Bankei / Square 12mo, 12.5cm, 12p, (Harry Duncan) The Cummington Press, Omaha, Text set in Lutetia italic lower case with Perpetua italic capitals and roman. One of 283 copies printed on Hosho paper, with a reproduction of a Chinese brush illustration by Yao You-xin. Sewn into Unryu paper wrappers with printed label. A fine copy (Curwen Press) Drinkwater (John) & Albert Rutherston. Christmas vo, 24cm frenchfolded, designed by Albert Rutherston, printed by Oliver Simon at the Curwen Press, Standard copy on Dutch paper (there are also 210 specially printed and signed copies on Japon paper). Two vignettes and one full-page illustration, all colours. Near fine (Curwen Press) A Box of Paints, by Geoffrey Scott. With drawings by Albert Rutherston. 8vo, pp.36, colophon, The Curwen Press, London: At the Office of the Bookman's Journal, One of 1000 copies (plus 150 specials) printed in Monotype Garamond on Abbey Mills paper. 9 illustrations, some full-page, 7 in colour. Grey Roma paper-covered boards (just a little dusty), blue cloth back with gilt spine titling. A very good copy (Curwen Press) Odes, by John Keats. Decorated by Vivien Gribble. 8vo. 25cm, 24p, Duckworth & Co, London, Set in Monotype Caslon and printed on handmade paper. Number 108 of 170 copies signed by the artist. Title-page vignette, 3 full-page and eight smaller wood-engravings. Quarter canvas, Italian paper-covered sides, upper cover titled and blocked in gilt. A fine copy (Curwen Press) Bullett (Gerald). Walt Whitman: A Study and a Selection. Royal 8vo, 25cm, pp.[viii],166, London: Grant Richards, Set in Monotype Imprint. One of 750 copies printed on English mould-made paper. Batik papercovered sides with black cloth back, spine gilt. Curwen Press library copy with their printed label. A near fine copy (Curwen Press) Hall (Edna Clarke). Facets. A Book of Poems and Six Illustrations. Crown folio, pp.48, (Curwen Press for) Elkin Mathews and Marrot, London, Number 19 of 330 copies printed on fine wove paper. 6 full-page lithographs by the author and signed by her. Bound in full blue balloon linen, titled in gilt on the spine and upper board. A fine copy (Cygnet Press) William Blake's Auguries of Innocence, together with the Rearrangement by Dr John Sampson and a Comment by Sir Geoffrey Keynes. 8vo, 23cm, 20p, (Simon Rendall) Cygnet Press, Burford, 1975 (1976). Handset in Bell and Union Pearl. One of 375 (this number 23) copies printed in black on T.H.. Saunders white wove mould-made paper. Sewn and glued into white card covers and tan Ingres wrappers, cut flush, printed in black on the front. A fine copy. 35

7 33.(Elizabeth Press) The Knotting Sequence, by Martin Booth. 8vo, 24cm, 68p, Martino Mardersteig at the Stamperia Valdonega, Verona, for The Elizabeth Press, New Rochelle, One of 500 copies printed from Imprint type on Magnani rag paper. Title-page in black and brown. Glued into orange paper covers titled in black and brown. A fine copy. 35 With a lengthy presentation inscription from the author to Christopher Skelton, who printed books for Martin Booth's Sceptre Press. 34.(Empire Parliamentary Association) An account of the arrangements and procedure in Westminster Hall, Friday 7 May 1937 on the occasion of the luncheon of the Empire Parliamentary Association at which H.M. King George VI welcomed the Prime Ministers and other delegates to the Imperial Conference and the delegates to the Empire Parliamentary Conference. 4to, 50p. : ill. ; 29 cm., Empire Parliamentary Association, later Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, London,1937 Illustrated with plates, including a portrait, decorations and vignettes in colours. Text mainly printed in blue and black on fine wove paper. Plum cloth, spine gilt. A very good to fine copy. 40 Attractively printed at Cambridge University Press. A single vellum copy was done for King George VI. 35.(Fell types) The Form and Order of the Service that is to be Performed and of the Ceremonies that are to be Observed in The Coronation of Their Majesties King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra in the Abbey Church of S. Peter, Westminster on Thursday, 26th of June, vo, 22cm, 55p, Oxford: Horace Hart, Printer to the University, Number 362 of 500 copies set in the Fell types and printed in red and black with decorative borders and initials on Whatman hand-made paper. White buckram, ruled and titled in gilt, decorative printed dust-jacket a bit spotted. A very good copy indeed (Fell types) The Changing Light, Poems by Elisabeth. 8vo, 58 p. 20 cm, Printed for Private Circulation by Frederick Hall at the Oxford University Press, Set in the Fell types and printed on antique laid paper; blue-grey wrappers (trifle chipped at extremities) titled and decorated in sage-green. A very good copy. 35 "Written by Elisabeth... at the age of fourteen. Three poems... were written by her father. They are added at her wish." 37.(First Edition Club) A Reply to Z, by William Hazlitt. With an Introduction by Charles Whibley. 8vo, 25.5cm, 40pp., Printed at the Curwen Press for the First Edition Club, London, London, Number 222 of 300 copies printed in Baskerville (with ornaments in red) on Zanders hand-made paper. Quarter scarlet buckram with gilt spine titling, black cloth sides, gilt top. Some browning to endpapers, printed dust-jacket rather chipped and dusty. A very good copy. 90 Roger Senhouse's copy with his book label and a pencilled inscription "From A.J.A. Symons to Roger Senhouse" (in Senhouse's hand). Loosely laid in a Christmas card from "Ivor and Barbara, 8 Connaught Place, 1949" featuring a black-and-white photograph of tulips and four lines of handwritten verse. This can only be fellow First Edition Club member, Ivor Stewart-Liberty, head of the Liberty family until his death in 1952.

8 38.(First Edition Club) Book Clubs & Printing Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, by Harold Williams. Small crown 4to, viii, 126 p. ; 25 cm., London : First Edition Club, One of 750 copies printed in red and black in Caslon Old Face on wove paper. Full patterned cloth to a design by Albert Rutherston. Bookplate of Robert Elwell by Reynolds Stone. A very good copy indeed. 40 "This is a volume in the series of books commissioned by the First Edition Club to be printed by eminent English typographers and has been designed by Oliver Simon at the Curwen Press." 39. (Fleece Press) Mud Walls: excerpts from the sermons of John Donne. [Edited by Simon Lawrence.] With five wood-engravings by Jane Lydbury. 8vo, pp.[viii],16 + colophon, Fleece Press, Woolley, Wakefield, One of 200 (207) set in Van Dijck and printed on Barcham Green Charter Oak paper in maroon and black. Bound in mulberry Canson Mi-teintes paper-covered boards, printed label on upper cover, with grey endpapers, top edge trimmed, others uncut. A fine copy with a postcard from the printer loosely inserted Francois d'assise, Saint. Le Cantique du Soleil, eaux-fortes originales de C. Quesneville. 4to, [48]p + two extra suites of plates, Paris. Aux Dépens de l'artiste One of 10 de luxe copies numbered in roman (this number IX) with a separate folder containing two extra suites of plates and an original pen-and-ink drawing. Total edition of 165 copies with the text entirely engraved by the artist and printed upon hand-made paper. 9 full-page aquatints, 8 engraved decorations within the text. Fine in original loose-leaved engraved wrappers, decorative batik folder. 500 With a lengthy presentation inscription by the artist. 41.(Gentleman) The Griffin and the Minor Canon, by Frank R. Stockton [&] The Magic Fishbone, by Charles Dickens. Illustrated by David Gentleman. Crown 8vo, 80 p. : illus. ; 19 cm., London : The Bodley Head, [1960]. 15 full-page black-and-white drawings, endpapers, and a dust-jacket in colours by David Gentleman; pink cloth, titled in black. A fine copy in a near fine dust-jacket. 45 The Acorn Library Series. Stockton's Griffin and the Minor Canon was first published in 1887, Dickens' Magic Fishbone was written in Gill (Eric). Capel-Y-Ffin School Llanthony: Boarding School for Girls. Established Prospectus vo, [4]pp, French-folded, 220 X 142mm, [Hague & Gill Pigotts, 1937]. Text printed in Joanna. Drawing of the school on p.[1] by Eric Gill, map of the locality by Denis Tegetmeier on p.[4]. A fine copy of a scarce item Gill (Eric). Unholy Trinity. Pictures by Denis Tegetmeier. 8vo, 28pp., London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd (for Hague & Gill Ltd), full-page illustrations in line. Pink paper wrappers, sewn, printed on the front in blue. A fine copy in the pink printed envelope. 50 Set in Gill's 14pt Bunyan type.

9 44.Gill (Eric). Trousers & The Most Precious Ornament. First edition, 8vo, pp.ii,22. Printed by Hague & Gill, High Wycombe; Published by Faber & Faber, London, Full-page line-drawing by Denis Tegetmeier as frontispiece. Cream paper wrappers, sewn, titling superimposed upon a wood-engraving - a pair of trousers - printed in red. Covers slightly soiled at edges. A very good copy. 50 With a presentation inscription in a fine calligraphic hand: "To Roger in gratitude for his special presence at my lecture on Eric Gill at the art Workers Guild: Jan.18th AD From Anthony." These are Roger Powell and Anthony Garder, bookbinders both. 45.(Gogmagog Press) Cox (Morris). An Impression of Spring: A Landscape Panorama.[Three embossed reverse/direct offset prints joined into a continuous strip, and folded to make nine double-page openings.] 8vo, 20.5cm, 26 leaves (joined at he fore-edges), London: The Gogmagog Press, 3 Heyworth Road, Set in Bodoni Ultra Bold Italic. Number 70 of 100 copies printed in black and green (the prints in a very wide range of colours) on white Japanese Hosho handmade paper. Dark brown Ingres paper boards printed with a monotype in black and turquoise over front, back and spine; white cloth label, printed in black, on the spine. Pale grey paste-downs. Acetate dust-jacket. A near fine copy. 400 The second in the 'Seasons' series, an immaculate book, spring is blue and stormy with seeds swirling. 46.(Gogmagog Press) Cox (Morris). Original artwork for the Gogmagog Press book Night Drawings. 14 original "Night Drawings", 40 X 25cm, (Morris Cox) The Gogmagog Press, (1980). 14 original pen-and-ink drawings done on heavy hand-made peaper, each stamped BD in red, individually signed and dated by the artist. Quarter grey morocco box by Angela James, floral patterned boards, predominantly, black, silver and gold. Fine condition. 2,600 These "blind drawings" were recorded in total darkness at about 3 a.m. on successive nights in late October An edition of five copies was subsequently produced by the Gogmagog Press in 1984 in grey-blue boards and with an adapted Victorian print as a title-page. The theme of the drawings is a naked woman with a bird above - on her head, her arm, or fluttering away. 47.(Gogmagog Press) Cox (Morris). Original artwork for Towards 12 Portraits. 18 leaves, 21 X 29cm, The Gogmagog Press, original pen-and-ink drawings, 12 with additional collage, pasted up with designs for the endpapers, title-page and colophon. Red quarter morocco box by Angela James, titled in gilt, floral patterned sides, predominantly russet, blue and silver. All in fine condition with two good T.L.s from Morris Cox to Colin Franklin on Gogmagog Press letterhead (Chambers 69) "Among the best of his visual (as opposed to literary) photocopy books, showing a more interesting progression than the common phrase 'plates in two states'. The twelve heads, starting as spontaneous drawings, are allowed - encouraged - to shape their own character and development; background and tone are added to outline,

10 completing whatever notion the first sketch suggested. This entertaining experiment exemplifies his trust in the guidance of spontaneity." 48.Gogol (Nikolaj). En Galnings Dagbok. Illustrationer av Mario Prassinos (Paris). [Oversattnung av Greta Hjelm.] 8vo, 19cm, p.65, colophon, Bibliofila Klubben, Stockholm, Set in Baskerville and printed in an edition of 450 copies on French paper.illustrated with 7 fullpage inserted drawings. Marbled boards, beige paper dust-jacked with an additional drawing superimposed. A very good to fine copy with a pencil drawing of a cat enjoying a bottle of wine on the front endpaper, done by the artist and inscribed "Pour Monsieur Karlson, Stockholm, Prassinos, 1950." 250 Typography by Lisa Matthias. 49.(Golden Cockerel Press) Clay (Enid). Sonnets and Verses. [With wood engravings by Eric Gill.] 8vo, pp.[vi], 35 + colophon, Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham St Lawrence, Number 235 of 450 copies on Batchelor handmade paper. Title-page vignette, 3 full-page and 4 smaller wood engravings by Eric Gill. Blue paper boards, linen spine with printed label, edges uncut. Armorial bookplate of Phillip Sainsbury. Label chipped, a very good to fine copy. 300 This book was "crowned" as the finest publication of 1925 by the Double Crown Club. This is one of the 42 copies given to the Club carrying a special presentation label signed by Holbrook Jackson, as President, and Hubert Foss, as Secretary. (Chanticleer 25, Gill 274) 50.(Golden Cockerel Press) Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi: Being the 26th and 27th Chapters of Saint Matthew's Gospel from the Latin Text. Crown 4to, 252 X 180mm, pp.viii + 24, The Golden Cockerel Press, Waltham Saint Lawrence, Number 80 of 250 copies handset in Caslon and printed in red and black on Batchelor hand-made paper. Initial letters, title-page and 5 other wood-engravings by Eric Gill. Full bound in white buckram, spine gilt, edges uncut. Lacking dust-jacket (which repeats the title-page), but otherwise a fine clean copy, with the book label of the wood-engraver Peter Foster, (Golden Cockerel Press) Paradis de Moncrif. Moncrif's Cats. Les Chats by Francois Augustin Paradis de Moncrif. Translated by Reginald Bretnor. [Collotype reproductions of 10 etchings by T. Otten after Coypel.] Royal 8vo, 25cm, 187pp + folding genealogy, The Golden Cockerel Press, London, Set in Perpetua type and printed on Saunders mould-made paper. Number 68 of 100 (500) copies specially bound by Hiscox in blue morocco with red morocco panels, spine gilt, upper board blocked in gilt, t.e.g., others uncut. Slipcase. An immaculate copy (Golden Eagle Press) The Christmas Story: According to St Luke. Illustrated by Durer. [A literal translation from the Syriac Peshita Version made by James Murdock.] 16mo, 13.5cm, [16]p, Designed by S.A. Jacobs, The Golden Eagle Press, Mount Vernon, Set in Janson type and printed on Montval paper. 5 illustrations within the text. Stapled into pale blue paper wrappers, titled in red, title-page illustration repeated in crimson. Spine slightly faded. A very good copy. 40

11 53.(Golden Eagle Press) The Christmas Story: According to St Matthew. Illustrated by Schongauer. [A literal translation from the Syriac Peshita Version made by James Murdock.] 16mo, 13.5cm, [16]p, Designed by S.A. Jacobs, The Golden Eagle Press, Mount Vernon, Set in Estienne type and printed on Gelre paper (title-page in black and crimson). 3 illustrations within the text. Stapled into orange paper wrappers, titled in red, title-page illustration repeated in red. A near fine copy (Haslewood Books) A Handlist of the Haslewood Books. 8vo, 16p, 19.5cm, Oxford University Press for Messrs John and Edward Bumpus, London, Set in various types and printed on antique laid paper. Wood-engraved vignette to front wrapper. Stitched. A fine copy. 40 An excellent list of the productions of Haslewood Books, , with details of forthcoming publications. 55.Henley (William Ernest). Hawthorn and Lavender with other verses. 8vo, pp[xiv],113, Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York and London, Title-page in black and red, decorative initials and ornament, printed on antique laid paper. High art nouveau green cloth binding by Henry Thayer, gilt butterflies and cornflowers. Slight wear to head of spine, but a nice bright copy (High House Press) Milton (John). Arcades. Demy 8vo, 23cm, 8pp., Printed at the High House Press [Shaftesbury] by James E. Masters & Beatrice M. Masters for their friends, Christmas Number 17 of 50 (150) presentation copies with a different title-page and binding, and inscribed with the recipient's name. Handset in ATF Cloister Oldstyle and printed in black (the title-page in red and black) on Arnold Unbleached hand-made paper. Sewn into Italian fancy paper wrappers block-printed in dull orange with a bird pattern reversed out, printed label on the front. A very good to fine copy. 80 "J.G. Wilson, With all good wishes from J.E. Masters, Christmas 1930." The fourth High House Christmas book, the loose insert stating that printing was not finished until 27th December is present. 57.(High House Press) Ratcliffe (Dorothy Una). Romany Joter. Demy 8vo, 22cm, 16pp., Bristol: The High House Press, Number 69 of 115 copies handset in Monotype Benbo and printed on handmade paper. Sewn into Italian fancy paper wrappers, maroon, grey, white and black, in a geometric design. Slight browning to front endpaper. A very good copy indeed Humphreys (Henry Noel). A Record of the Black Prince. Being a Selection of Such Passages in His Life as Have Been Most Quaintly and Strikingly Narrated By Chronicles of the Period Embellished with Highly Wrought Miniatures and Borderings. Selected from various Illuminated MSS, referring to events connected with English history. 8vo, 19cm, index + xciv, Longman Brown Green and Longmans, London, One of 1000 copies printed by Vizetelly Brothers and Co. in Caslon Black Letter in black and red. 4 full-page and 2 text chromolithographed illustrations, text wood engravings in black or red.

12 Decorative heraldic moulded papier mâché binding, modern leather spine, original marbled endpapers, gilt dentelles, all edges gilt (Hyacinth Press) An Eighteenth Century Greeting from the Works of Thomas Bewick, Engraver, Newcastle. 8vo, 22cm, 16p, (Elizabeth and J.Edouard Diamond), The Hyacinth Press, Cleveland, Christmas One of 127 copies printed in black in ornaments and border decoration in silver on Japon vellum; facsimile of Bewick's copper-plate business card; frontispiece facsimile of an engraved portrait of Bewick by Henry Hoppner Meyer. 20 impressions from original Bewick blocks in the Diamond collection. Sewn into overlapping Japanese paper wrappers, titled "Christmas 1940", decorated with holly and bells in green and red. A fine copy of a scarce piece (I.M. Imprimit) Wood Engravings, Lettice Sandford. [Edited by David Chambers with an Introductory Note by Lettice Sandford.] Crown 4to, [63]p, Pinner: David Chambers, 1985 (1988). Number 23 of 110 (plus 5 in sheets) copies set in Caslon, printed on Zerkall paper, and signed by the artist. 26 wood engravings by Lettice Sandford printed from the blocks. Quarter red morocco, lettered in gilt, grey buckram boards. Lacks slipcase, but otherwise a fine copy. 225 Printed by Ian Mortimer and published by David Chambers in The title-page gives (Incline Press) Powers (Alan). A Pick of Patterned Papers. Chequebook 8vo, [14]p, Incline Press, Oldham, To Greet the New Century, Handset in Goudy Old Style and printed in black (the title-page with gold stars) on wove paper. 4 tipped-in samples of patterned paper. This, one of 400 (500) copies wrapped in a Judd Gallery patterned paper. A fine copy, inscribed by Alan Powers and in its original envelope. 25 The Seventh New Year booklet from Incline Press. 62.(Johannespresse) Elegie: Gedichte von Siegfried Lang. 12mo, 20cm, 62[2],p, Johannespresse Zurich, Number 26 of 200 (220) copies printed on handmade paper; paper-covered boards with printed label. A fine copy Johnston (Edward). A Carol and Other Rhymes. First edition, 12mo, 130 X 103mm, pp.[ii],50 + ii ads., London, Hampshire House Workshops, Hampshire Hog Lane, Hammersmith, One of 200 copies (not so stated) printed in red and black on laid paper at the Westminster Press. Blue canvas boards lettered in gilt, linen back. A very good to fine copy (Keepsake Press) Titmuss (Ann). Oxford / London / America, poems. 8vo,25cm, 8pp, (Roy Lewis & Daughters) Ravenscourt Square, London, Handset in Monotype Bell italic, with initials in Monotype Old face Open. One of 100 copies printed ("Not for Sale") in black on Lepard and Smith's grey wove paper, stapled into overlapping blue paper covers with a pattern of Glint ornaments in yellow on the front. A fine copy. 45 Sold with a few other Keepsake Press items: To Wish you Happiness at Christmas; A Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year; Our Plans for ; Keepsake postcard No.1 (addressed to Toni Savage); Poetry &

13 Ballads in print; Christmas! Christmas! Christmas! Tapestry and Architecture, by Maxwell Fry (1970) - all in fine condition. 65.(Simon King Press) Ten poems: an English calendar, by Robert Bridges. Edited by Simon King. Square 8vo, 24cm, 22p, (Simon King) Simon King Press, Beetham, Text set in Baskerville. Number 7 of 100 (115) copies printed in pink and black on Basingwerk Parchment. Sand-coloured cover paper with a Payhembury paper wrapper. A fine copy (Latin Press) Welch (Noel). Ten Poems. 8vo, [20]p, Printed and Published at The Latin Press, Saint Ives, the Private Press of Guido Morris, Set in Bembo and printed on grey Abbey Mills wove paper. Sewn. A fine copy. 50 Number 5 in the Crescendo Poetry series and by far the most uncommon of the eight books. 67.(Laverock Press) The Kinship Of Thomas Combe II, William Reynolds and William Shakespeare. By Christopher Whitfield. 8vo, 25.5cm, 26p, (Iain Bain) Laverock Press, Newnham, Baldock, Set in Caslon Old Face. One of 100 copies printed in black and red on white Abbey Mills Greenfield paper. Bound in suede paper covers printed in black and red. A fine copy with the prospectus loosely inserted (Libanus Press) Smith (Richard Shirley, illus.). [Illustrations to Messer Pietro Mio. Letters between Lucrezia Borgia and Pietro Bembo. Translation and Preface [by] Hugh Shankland. Wood engravings [by] Richard Shirley Smith.] 4to, 12 mounted engravings, Libanus Press, Marlborough, mounted wood-engravings by Richard Shirley Smith, individually signed numbered (24) and dated Prospectus loosely inserted. Tan cloth box with printed labels on spine and upper board. A fine copy Lubbock (J.G.). The Sphere of Rocks and Water, original prints and text by J.G. Lubbock (with 10 etchings, copper engravings and aquatints, printed in relief and intaglio and combined in colour). Folio, 390 X 280, 53pp., Bertram Rota, London, Text handset in Palatino and printed by Will Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, Cambridge. Number 42 of 80 signed copies printed in black (the title-page in black and blue-grey, the plates in many colours, some added by hand,) on Greens hand-made paper. Illustrations printed by the author on an etching press. Quarter leather and silk by George Percival, spine titled in gilt, front cover blocked in gold with a design by Lubbock, t.e.g., others uncut. Slipcase covered in Aldine vine-leaf patterned paper. A fine copy (Marble Hill Press) The Book of Ruth: from the translation prepared at Cambridge in 1611 for King James I. 8vo, 24cm, [8]p, George Sas, New York, Set in Jessen-Schrift and printed in reddish-brown and black on thick handmade paper with blind decoration. Roped into green paper wrappers, decorated in reddish-brown. A fine copy. 40

14 71.(Mill House Press) Hymn in Manhood to Saint Nicholas of one who, being murdered as a child, was miraculously by the Saint raised from the dead. [By Robert Gathorne-Hardy.] 4to, [12]p, plate, port. ; 26 cm., Stanford Dingley : Mill House Press, for their friends by Kyrle Leng & Robert Gathorne-Hardy, Christmas Set in Baskerville and printed on good quality antique laid paper with a tipped-in portrait frontispiece. No statement of limitation given, but more than 100 copies was unusual for this Press. Self-wrappered and sewn. A fine copy. 90 Presentation inscription: "For Janet [&] Reynolds [Stone] from Bob & Kyrle". 72.(Mill House Press) The Swallows in Autumn. [By Robert Gathorne-Hardy.] 8vo, [4]p, 23 cm., Stanford Dingley : Mill House Press, for their friends by Kyrle Leng & Robert Gathorne-Hardy, Christmas 1957, New Year Set in Baskerville and printed on Arnold's hand-made paper; No statement of limitation given, but more than 100 copies was unusual for this Press. A fine copy. 40 Presentation inscription: "For Janet [&] Reynolds [Stone] from Bob & Kyrle". 73. (Nonesuch Press) Montaigne's Essays. John Florio's Translation. Edited by J.I.M. Stewart. 2 vols., 8vo, pp.xxxviii,724 & pp.vi,707, The Nonesuch Press, London, Number 890 of 1375 sets typeset in Monotype Poliphilus, with Koch Anitiqua and ATF Rivoli, and printed on Pannekoek paper watermarked `Nonesuch'. Bound in full niger morocco with a green oval in the centre of each front cover surrounded and lettered in gilt, green spine labels gilt, all edges untrimmed, t.e.g. Green paper-covered slipcase a little worn at edges.. A very good to fine set (Nonesuch Press) Homer. The Iliad [&] The Odyssey. Pope's translation. 2 vols, large 8vo, [8] 929 [10]pp + inset & [8] 759 [9]pp, The Nonesuch Press, London, Editions of 1450 and 1300 copies respectively. Set in Monotype Cochin and Jan van Krimpen's Antigone Greek types, printed by Enschede en Zonen on Pannekoek mould-made paper. Open capitals in red at the head of each book by van Krimpen, and the same type also in red on the titlepages. Ornaments designed by Rudolf Koch and engraved by Fritz Kredel. The large Greek warrior on the title-page of 'The Iliad' was designed by Berthold Wolpe. Uniformly bound in full tan niger morocco, top edge trimmed and gilt, marbled endpapers. Slight spotting to covers of Iliad, spines a little faded. Marbled board slipcases (rubbed). A very good set. 900 The Greek text was printed from the standard Oxford Classical Texts edition by David B. Monro and Thomas W. Allen (first published in 1902 and 1908); Pope's versions first appeared in 1715 and Advertised in the '1930 Prospectus' and announced for Christmas. In a long note David Garnett quoted Richard Garnett on Matthew Arnold's essay 'On translating Homer': 'with all the aid Mr Arnold has given other poets, Pope is not dethroned. A version which is in many respects a travesty of the Iliad remains the national version. Landor, Keats, Shelley, Tennyson, Mr Arnold himself, have imbued our literature with the Hellenic spirit and made it notorious to all that whatever else Pope may be, he is not a Greek. And yet his verses continue the possession of the nation, while the rest are only for scholars and amateurs... Pope's 'Iliad' indeed, neither should, nor can sink into oblivion; it will always live as a great example of the energy and resource of the English language.'

15 75.(Officina Mauritiana) Pound (Ezra). Four Poems of Departure. First separate edition, 8vo, [4]p, In officina Guidonis Londinensis, Holborn, London. January, Set in Bembo and printed in silver and black (with printer's device in yellow) on fine wove paper; number 149 of 200 copies. Fine in original printed envelope. 45 The revived imprint of Guido s Latin Press in Holborn. The poems were first published in (Old Stile Press) The Way to the Tree of Life, by Michael Justin Davies. With five woodengravings by Simon Brett. 8vo, 27cm, 24p, (Nicolas McDowall), Old Stile Press, Blackheath, Text set in Centaur with Arrighi. 250 copies printed on Zerkall mould-made paper signed by the author and artist, of which this is one of 224 copies bound in card with Ingres paper wrappers. A fine copy (Plough Press) Share of ploughs, an entertainment of quotations. 8vo, 20.5cm,22p, (Geoffrey Wakeman) The Plough Press, Loughborough, Handset in Monotype Bembo. Bell and Light English Text and SB Thorne Shaded. Number 15 of 35 copies printed in black and various colours on various papers, illustrated with eight old electros of wood-engravings of ploughs, six used twice, the others three times. One of 33 copies sewn into cream paper covers printed in blue on the front using SB Fry's Ornamented and one of the electros, A fine copy with a Plough Press compliments slip loosely inserted. 90 Not for sale. Printed for the PLA Society of Private Printers. 78(Plum Tree Press) Song of the Scythe, by Bruce Mawdsley. Wood-engravings by Miriam Macgregor. 8vo, [11]pp., (Miriam Macgregor), The Plum Tree Press, Ferryway, Westbury-on-Severn, November Number 7 of 40 copies printed in black in Caslon (the title-page in yellow and black) on Zerkall paper, and signed by the author and artist. Illustrated with 5 wood-engravings. Sewn into brown card covers, green paper dust-jacket titled in yellow with another copy of the half-title wood-engraving superimposed.. A very good to fine copy. 160 The wood-engravings are portraits of Bruce Mawdsley. The book was reprinted by The Whittington Press, in the same year, in an edition of 650 copies with an additional engraving and minor differences in the text. 79.(Red Angel Press) To You, Walt Whitman. Speaking to Walt Whitman: A collection of poetry, by Hamlin Garland, Robert Buchanan, Ezra Pound, Frederico Garcia Lorca, Allen Ginsberg, Richard Eberhart, David Ignatow, Pablo Neruda, Melvine Cane, Charles Olson, Ronald Johnson and Jorge Luis Borges. Imperial 4to, pp.x,29[5] + woodcuts, (Ronald Keller) Red Angel Press, New York, One of 100 (110) copies handset in Garamond, printed in reddish-brown and black and signed by the artist/printer and Betty Keller who edited the text. 5 woodcut portraits of Whitman at different ages by Ronald Keller printed on translucent Kozo paper. Bound in beige linen with black spine titling, upper board screen-printed with a two-colour image that stretches onto the front endpaper, top edge trimmed, others uncut. A fine copy. 325 Whitman's poetry communicated to many poets to come; this anthology concentrates on those who accepted the invitation in his poem, `To You': "Stranger, if you are passing meet me, why should you not speak to me?"

16 80.Rimbaud (Arthur). Voyelles, Aurthur Rimbaud; [edite par] Pierre Duplan. 8vo, 22cm, 62p, n.p., (Pierre Duplan & J.Berling) [199?]. Number 9 of 100 (200) copies "pour les amis de Jean Berling". Ring-bound on all four sides, printed on a variety of overlapping paper stocks, signed by Pierre Duplan (editor) and Jean Berling (printer). Black-and-white illustrations within the text. Blue paper-cvered box with the text given separately upon a loose sheet. A fine copy (Rosemary Press) Mishaps of a Compulsive Collector, by Philip Hofer. 8vo,19cm, 30p, Printed at the Rosemary Press for The Friends of the Smith College Library, Machine-set in Blado and Poliphilus. 2, 000 copies printed in black and reddish-brown of which this is one of 500 on Amatruda hand-made paper. Title-page decorated with fleurons. Sewn into overlapping cream paper covers printed in black and brown. A very good to fine copy. 40 Presentation copy from the owners of the Press, Elliot and Rosemary Offner. 82.Ruzicka (Rudolph). Boston Athenaeum: Six Views Drawn by Rudolph Ruzicka. With an Introduction by Walter Muir Whitehill. 4to, 28cm, 4p + 6 plates, Boston Athenaeum, Boston, Printed in colours at the Anthoensen Press; this copy is in unbound sheets. A fine copy (Sandelswood Press) Baxter (Clifford). A Compositor's Notebook: A collection of quotations and ephemera associated with letterpress printing and typography. 8vo, 21cm, 32p, (Clifford Baxter) The Sandelswood Press, Beaconsfield, Text set in various type faces. One of 65 copies printed on Conqueror laid paper of mixed colours. Sewn into card covers with blue Ingres paper wrappers, decorative printed label. A fine copy of a handsome book (Septentrio Press) Jordan (E.D.). Phantasmagoria. With one lino cut by Anne Jordan. 8vo, 21cm, 22p, (E.D.Jordan) Septentrio Press, Hexham, Set in Bodoni. One of 140 copies printed on antique aid paper. Sewn into card covers with patterned wrappers, maroon, pink and white. A fine copy (Septentrio Press) Chaucer (Geoffrey). Chauntecleer & Pertelote. With two hand-coloured lino cut illustrations by E.D. Jordan. 8vo, 24cm, 26p, (E.D. Jordan) Septentrio Press, Hexham, 1981 (1983). Text set in Centaur. One of 140 copies printed on Grosvenor Chater Abbey Mills antique laid paper. Sewn into textured green paper wrappers with printed label. A fine copy (Shakespeare Head Press) The Historie of the Church of Englande. Compiled by Venerable Bede, Englishman. Translated out of Latin into English by Thomas Stapleton, Student in Divinitie. First printed at Antwerp by John Laet, anno Royal 8vo, pp.xxx,479 [insert], printed at the Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-upon-Avon, and published by Basil Blackwell, Oxford, One of 475 copies set in Cloister, printed in red and black on handmade paper. Two woodcut headpiece & two full-page illustrations enlarged from the edition of 1565, engraved by John Farleigh. Quarter cream calf with gilt spine titling, tips, Cockerell marbled paper-covered boards, predominantly grey and tan. Small stain to front cover, else a very good copy. 330

17 87.Sharkey (John J.). Pentacle. 8vo, 25.5cm, concertina-folded, 10p, A South Street Publication, Sherborne, Set in Baskerville and printed in red and black upon card. Fine in card slipcase titled in black. 40 Concrete poetry printed at the Compton Press. 88.(Shoestring Press) The tragical death of a. apple pie, who was cut in pieces, and eaten by twentysix little villains. 8vo, 28 leaves, (Ben Sands) Shoestring Press, Whitstable, Kent, One of 225 copies printed in Letraset Cooper Black in many colours on fawn paper and signed by the artist. Printed on one side only, and expanding to make a 12 foot long concertina. Illustrated with 27 lino cuts by Ben Sands. Loose brown paper wrappers printed in mauve on the front and spine.slight damage to top right corner. A very good copy (Sign of the George) Winship (George Parker). Notes on a Reprint of The New-England Primer. Improved for the Year, For the more easy attaining the truth. (With the collaboration of Albert Carlos Bates and Wilberforce Eames.) 32mo, pp.24, Cambridge in N.E. Printed by C.P. and are to be had in Boston where the Good Monk speeds up Beacon-Hill away from Brimstone Corner, One of an unstated but small number of copies handset and printed in Caslon on handmade paper. Rizzi paper wrappers, sewn. A fine copy. 70 All "Sign of the George" books were produced by George Parker Winship, Librarian at Harvard, and were handset by his son Charles. There are no statements of limitation but the numbers printed may be assumed to be very small - especially in view of his stated aim of replacing rare items lost to general circulation by the depredations of librarians. Whilst freely admitting that they might not be as good as the incunabula they made up for, he felt that at least they would give future generations of book collectors something to talk about. 90.(Spiral Press) The Shrine of the Word: An Essay by Howard Mumford Jones.Sent with holiday greetings, December 1967, from Ann & Joseph Blumenthal. Crown 8vo, [10] p. : ill. ; 18 cm., New York : Spiral Press One of 700 copies printed in black and reddish-bbrown in Emerson type on hand-made Maidstone paper. Decorations by Philip Grushkin. Sewn into ochre wrappers titled in brown. A fine copy. 35 Presentation copy: "Special greetings to Beatrice Warde from Joe Spiral". 91.(Stanbrook Abbey Press) Guigo, de Castro Novo. The Solitary Life. A Letter of Guigo, introduced and translated from the Latin by Thomas Merton. Medium 16mo, 145 X 105mm., 12pp., Stanbrook Abbey Press, Worcester, 1963 (1964). Set in Spectrum and Romulus. One of 625 copies printed in black, red and green on Barcham Green laid paper. Paste patterned wrappers by Birgitta Cramer, titled in gilt. A fine copy. 50 Guigo was a Carthusian who was elected fifth Prior of the Grande Chartreuse in 1109, when twenty-six. The letter was written at the end of his life in 1135 (he died in 1136).