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George Frederick Augustus Ruxton; Grabhorn Press,; Society of Los Bastardos.
"Thirty copies privately printed for Ruth and Harry Porte in October,1938."
Text by the first Bastardo (George E. Ruxton): A description of Mexico City printed at London in MDCCCXLVII.
Printed with Janson linotype on American mold made paper.
Bookplate of Agnes Craemer.
Text taken from G.F. Ruxton's Adventures in Mexico and the RockyMountains, 1847. The paper cover is a facsimile of a proclamation by the king,Charles II, issued in 1660. It was previously used by the Press in 1934 in AProphecy for 1935 and a Proclamation of 1660." --Heller, E.R. Bibliography ofthe Grabhorn Press,297. In slipcase.
|Description:||, 16 p.,  leaf ; 24 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Description of Mexico City|