2 edition of Catalogue of books produced at the City of Birmingham School of Printing. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of books produced at the City of Birmingham School of Printing.
Cover title: Bibliography City of Birmingham School of Printing.
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(Birmingham, England): City of Birmingham School of Printing, 4to. stiff paper wrappers, cord-tied. 7, (3) pages. Originally published to commemorate the Wren bicentennial. With illustration of Wren's masterpiece, St. Paul's Cathedral. Printed under the direction of Leonard Jay. Wrappers lightly tanned and bent at edges. (Birmingham, England): City of Birmingham School of Printing, 8vo. stiff paper wrappers, green cord-tied. 13, (3) pages. Printed under the direction of Leonard Jay. Originally a presentation to members of the Birmingham Jewish Literary Association, Octo Cover design by Olga Garner. Wrappers lightly tanned, bent at bottom edge.
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Treaty obligations of the United States with the Pottawatomie Tribe of Indians.
About this Item: Published by City of Birmingham School of Printing, Birmingham,13 pages, with red decorative title border by Geofroy Tory, plus red in initials by Olga Garner, printed under the direction of Leonard Jay First Edition thus, covers lightly tanned at top edge, some faint spots inside at margins, in good condition, original grey printed wraps 31 x 20 cm Paperback ISBN: Seller Inventory.
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[Books produced by students under the direction of Leonard Jay at the Birmingham School of Printing between and ]., Toronto Public Library Skip Navigation Home. About this Item: Birmingham School of Printing, Birmingham, Stiff card wraps. Condition: Very good. First edition. 4to. (43),(1)pp. Finely printed in black, red and blue under the direction of Leonard Jay at the City of Birmingham School of Printing.
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Illustrated, typeset, printed and produced by students and teachers of the City of Birmingham School of Printing. Notes: Includes index. Other authors/contributors: Chambers, E.
[Birmingham, West Midlands. England]: City of Birmingham School of Printing, Central School of Arts and Crafts. MLA Citation. Shelley, Percy Bysshe. and Jay, Leonard. The sensitive plant / by P.B. Shelley City of Birmingham School of Printing, Central School of Arts and Crafts [Birmingham, West Midlands.
England] Birmingham: Birmingham School of Printing, First edition. Stiff card wraps. Very good. 4to. (43),(1)pp. Finely printed in black, red and blue under the direction of Leonard Jay at the City of Birmingham School of Printing. Printed by students in the. Birmingham: Birmingham School of Printing, First edition.
Stiff card wraps. 4to. 43, 1 pp. Finely printed in black, red and blue under the direction of Leonard Jay at the City of Birmingham School of Printing. Printed by students in the Letterpress Machine classes.
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