(Golden Cockerel Press). de Chair, Somerset. THE GOLDEN CARPET. [London], Golden Cockerel Press, . One of 500 numbered copies. Bound in quarter green morocco and white cloth. Endpapers illustrated with author`s map of the World War II Levant-Caspian front. Cover slightly soiled, otherwise near fine condition. GCP Bibliography 155.
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Omaha: Abattoir, 1990. One of 225 numbered copies. Designed and hand printed by Bonnie O'Connell. Wrappers. Fine condition. Signed.
San Francisco: Andrew Hoyem, 1976. 21 x 16 inches. Fine.
New York: Candlelight Press, 1969. 1st. Hardcover. Printed at the Prairie Press and bound in the publisher's original quarter white cloth with decorated paper boards. Fine condition. Not in Cheever.
Marshall: Ox Head Press, 1970. Paperback. Ox Head 9. One of 350 copies bound in gold sewn wraps.
West Branch, Iowa: Toothpaste Press, 1983. paperback. One of 975 numbered copies. Bound in publisher's original wrappers.
Poynette: Bieler Press, 1976. Paperback. The second chapbook of this press. One of 150 numbered copies signed by the author. ROADSALT was originally published in POSH 2. Bound in grey cotton rag wraps with embossed decoration. Fine condition. Smith 3.
Omaha: Abattoir, 1978. Ken Ancepohl. Paperback. Illustrated with 14 line drawings by Keith Achepohl.Bound in Indigo Taiten paper wrappers. One of 180 numbered copies. Fine condition.
Lisbon: Penumbra Press, 1975. Hardcover. One of 250 numbered copies, signed by the poet. Pictorial cloth with a paper spine label. Fine. Chambers 75.163.
Iowa City: Firemark Press, 1973. Hardcover. One of 48 copies. Cloth with a paper spine label. Fine condition.
Omaha: Abattoir Editions, 1982. Hardcover. With four duotones photoengraved from Thomas Majeski's two-colour aquatints. One of 500 copies.
Book Club of California. (Rogers, Bruce). Duncan, Harry, K.K. Merker, & Ward Ritchie. BR: A PANEL DISCUSSION AT THE BRUCE ROGERS CENTENARY HELD AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY. Book Club of California, 1981. Designed by Ward Ritchie. Engraved decorations by Pall Bohne. One of 650 copies. Panel from conference in May, 1970...
[Madison], Moonkosh Press, . One of 65 numbered copies. Printed wrapper. Illustrated with 7 color lithographs inserted into printed shadwell and usumino envelopes. Fine.
Los Angeles: Privately Printed (Thomas Perry Stricker), 1934. 1st. Hardcover. One of 80 copies set in type, printed and bound by Thomas Perry Stricker. Cloth spine and paper boards with a paper label on the front cover. Minor wear to the extremities. Stricker's seventh book.
Chicago: Oink! 1 (Special Isue), 1977. 1st. Paperback. bound in light grey wraps with cover printed in black & red.
Providence: Burning Deck Press, 1980. Paperback. One of 500 copies. Printed by Rosmarie Waldrop on Barcham Green Charler Oak. Bound in original wraps with cover illustration by the author. Fine condition.
Stamford: Stamford, Thing Press, . 1961. 1st. Paperback. First edition. Wrappers. Author's first book. Drawings on front cover and in text. Fine condition.
London: Edible Magazine, 1972. Paperback. One of 220 copies.Bound in pink stapled wraps printed in blue and red.
Los Angeles, Black Sparrow Press, 1973. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Wrapper. Fine.
Marlborough: Libanus Press, ca. 1985. Out of series copy signed by the artist. Gift presentation on the front free endpaper. Printed on Velin d'Arches paper and bound by Tessa Fantoni. Bound in publisher's original quarter black cloth and red paper covered boards with a white paper spine label stamped in...
(Golden Cockerel Press). Ellis, Havelock. KANGA CREEK: AN AUSTRALIAN IDYLL. Waltham St. Lawrence, Golden Cockerel Press, 1922. One of 1400 copies. Bound in quarter cloth and paper boards. Dust jacket soiled and lightly chipped at extremities, otherwise very good condition. GCP Bibliography 5.
[Iowa City]: Prairie Press for University of Iowa, 1956. 1st. Paperback. A pamphlet containing twenty-two sonnets written for a dedication service (March 25, 1956) at the University of Iowa commemorating University of Iowa students and alumni lost in military service. Wraps. Fine condition. Not listed in Cheever or Wulling.
Evanston: Fifth Annual Writers' Conference / Praire Press, 1944. 1st. paperback. One of 500 copies. Bound in publisher's original wraps. Contains one of Gwendolyn Brooks first published poems, "Gay Chaps at the Bar." Printed by Carroll Coleman at the Prairie Press. Cheever 62.
(Windhover Press). Engle, Paul. GOLDEN CHILD. A LIBRETTO BY PAUL ENGLE FOR AN OPERA COMPOSED BY PHILIP BEZANSON. With photographs from the telecast premiere on the Hallmark Hall of Fame. Kansas City, Missouri, Hallmark Cards, 1960. This is the trade offset edition of the handprinted edition, done by Harry Duncan...
St. Paul: Ruminator. A poem illustrated with a colored wood engraving by Gaylord Schanilec and printed at Midnight Paper Sales. Number Six of the Midnight Ruminator series unfortunately completed after the store went out of business. One of 110 numbered copies signed by the author. Sheet measures 11 x 15 inches (28x 38.2 cm).