Nappanee, IN: Press of the Indiana Kid, 1972. 19ff. One of 100 copies. Printed on handmade paper. With examples of the papermaker's own labels for the papers he creates. Save a faint stain to lower cover, fine in handmade paper over boards, backed in gilt-stamped red leather. (2 11/16 by 1 7/8; 68x47mm).
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Nappanee: Private Press of the Indiana Kid, 1982. Octavo. 71pp. One of 65 copies written, printed, and bound by James Lamar Weygand. Hagreen, who worked between 1918 and 1959, was a fine wood engraver who studied with Eric Gill. Illustrated with 118 bookplates designed by Hagreen and printed in a....