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Stone, Reynolds. Reynolds Stone engravings. London: John Murray (pr. at the Curwen Press), . 8vo (29.1 cm, 11.5"). xli, , 151,  pp.; col. illus. $450.00
First edition, with an introduction by the artist and an appreciation by Kenneth Clark: an extensively illustrated survey of Stone's impressive accomplishments in wood engraving. A signed print of a previously unpublished engraving (of a waterfall in the Prescelly Mountains of south Wales) is laid in at the front; this engraving was printed with an Albion press by the artist, on handmade cream wove paper from Wookey Hole Mill. The colophon — which is also signed by Stone — notes that this is numbered copy 114 of 150 printed, done on Basingwerk parchment paper made by Grosvenor Chater, and bound in full buckram by W. & J. Mackay, with Cockerell endpapers.
Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Publisher's blue cloth, spine with gilt-stamped title, in a striking slipcase covered in combed paper in black, grey, and white, matching the endpapers; volume spine sunned, slipcase showing minimal shelfwear. Pages crisp and clean. => A beautiful book for collectors of calligraphic and/or bookplate art as well as connoisseurs of wood engraving. (39551) Please RESHELVE This.
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