To Celebrate Five Hundred Years of Scottish Printing 1507-1509, Incline Press 2007-2009. Private Press.
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To Celebrate Five Hundred Years of Scottish Printing 1507-1509.
Jointly Published by Incline Press, Oldham, England, and Running the Goat, St. John's Newfoundland, Canada. First edition, April 2008 (although carries the date 2007-2009). A limited edition of 'about 250 copies'.
The booklet discusses the origins of early Scottish printing, a poem illustrated with a wood engraving 'Autolycus and the Swallows', by James Logie Robinson, and an essay by Isobel Cameron on Douglas Graham and his publication of cheap literature in Scotland in the 18th Century. Plus two additional woodcuts.
A fine, as new, copy. Patterned paper wraps over blue card, and printed onto sewn in fine paper.
16pp + 2pp.
Dimensions: 220mm high x 138mm wide.
Text in English.
Weight: approximately 68g (unpacked).