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Titolo: OLD ENGLISH MASTERS (JAPAN PROOFS 1 & 2)
Casa editrice: Century Co.
Data di pubblicazione: 1902
Condizione libro: Near Fine
autografato: Signed by Author(s)
Edizione: First Edition.
This is a limited edition of "Old English Masters" by Timothy Cole, #47 of 150. Printed in 1902 on Japan silk tissue paper and signed by the engraver and printer. Prints are encased in 2 large folio folding boxes with inner flaps which are gold cloth with bright gilt titles and ornamentation. Each box contains 24 engraved Illustrations. Each of the 48 wood engravings is in a pristine numbered, tIssue protected covering and signed in pencil by Timothy Cole. His signature is located on the bottom margin's right corner. Each also signed by J. C. Bauer, Professional Proof Printer for Wood Engraving. His signature is located on the left side near the bottom of the engraved page All clean & Intact. The original boxes are mended at the corners and have protected the contents well. Art; Engraved Illustrations; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 48 pages; Signed by Illustrator. Codice inventario libreria 15178
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 19 novembre 2001
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