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No. 100 of 250 copies hand set and printed by Jack Werner Stauffacher, set in the original 17th century Baroque types cut by the Hungarian punch-cutter Nicholas Kis, in Amsterdam, 1686. Numbered and signed by Stauffacher on colophon ; (12x7½"), stiff wrappers, paper dust jacket. Includes the supplement (as issued) titled: The Continuity of Horace. 32 pp. With 37 images. Wrappers. Both volumes housed in stiff paper slipcase. Both volumes in protective glassine jackets.
Also laid in is a large folding broadside announcing the publication, an addendum sheet, folding announcement, and a 12 page booklet, Nicholas Kis, by Gyorgy Haiman, printed by Greenwood Press. Finally, 3 sheets of promotional material stapled at corner consisting of a copy of a typed letter from the editors, Taylor & Stauffacher regarding Horace; 'Dear Horace' by Primo Levi, from "The Mirror Maker", printed by the press on both sides; and a copy of h.l.s. on the letterhead of The University of Chicago, Dept. of Classics from Ralph Johnson to Jack Stauffacher in thanks and praise.
Title: Odes [38 poemsTranslated by Michael Taylor]
Edition: Limited Edition
Publisher: [San Francisco], [Greenwood Press]: 
Book Condition: As New
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 2858
Keywords: Ancient, Classical & Medieval Fine Press