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Bradley, William Axpenwall.
THE ETCHING OF FIGURES.
Dard Hunter: Marlborough on Hudson, 1915. . 8 x 11 1/2. 13 pages on heavy handmade paper with Hunter's watermarks. Levy'sETCHING IS LACKING. In its place is a tipped-in printed note stating the etching was removed and placed in the print collection of H. C. G. Quarter white paper vellum, gray boards, red & black cover label. Small booklabel of Harry C. Goebel. A very good/near fine copy with the separate list "Active Members of the Society of Etchers MCMXV." Dard Hunter's first "one-man" book, done for the Chicago Society of Etchers. He designed the type, struck the punches, & cast the type; made the ink, made the paper, and printed the book. The heavy handmade paper bears Hunter's "heart" watermark and another for the Society of Etchers. Peter Franck and Sterling Lord (Oakwood Binders) were responsible for the binding. "The List of Members was printed at Roycroft. One of 250 copies.
Bookseller: The Veatchs Arts of the Book [United States]
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