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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Glenway Wescott; Pavel Tchelitchew; Harrison of Paris.
|Notes:||First and last leaves pasted down.
"This, the tenth publication of Harrison of Paris, designed by Monroe Wheeler, has been printed in Haarlem, Holland, in September 1932, by Joh. Enschedé en Zonen, under the supervision of J. van Krimpen. It is the first book to be printed in Mr. van Krimpen's twelve-point Romanée type. The edition consists of 6 copies on China paper for the author, A-F; 40 copies (of which 22 are for America) on Pannekoek white pure-rag paper, signed by the author and the illustrator, I-XL; 695 copies (of which 450 are for America), on especially made cream-coloured Pannekoek paper, 1-695; and 15 copies on Japan vellum not for sale and so marked."
|Description:||⁴ [2-16]⁸ ⁴; [i-vi, 1-12] 13-239 [240-246] pages : illustrations ; 22.9 cm|
|Responsibility:||the text by Glenway Wescott ; the signs of the zodiac by Pavel Tchelitchew.|