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Seller ID: 6596
G. F. WILKINSON BOOKS SPECIALIZES IN THE SALE & DISTRIBUTION OF TITLES BY THIS FINE PRESS, ORIGINALLY BASED IN COVELO, CALIFORNIA. THOUGH NO LONGER PRODUCING WONDERFUL LETTERPRESS BOOKS IN THE WOODS, WE HAVE MUCH OF THE REMAINING INVENTORY IN STOCK, AND WILL BE ADDING TITLES GOING FORWARD. TO VIEW CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TITLES, PLEASE USE THE KEYWORD SEARCH ABOVE LEFT FOR - YOLLA BOLLY. We also offer here, the Prospectus for John Steinbeck's, Flight published by the press. View more info
By: Kent, Rockwell.
Publisher: Portland, Maine, The Baxter Society: 1990
Edition: Copy 384 of a facsimile edition, limited to 500 copies.
Seller ID: 1468
Condition: All very fine condition.
Gilt stamped light bluegray paper covered boards, gilt stamped white cloth back. In slipcase with the 35 page, Companion Booklet to the Facsimile Edition. Edited by Eliot H. Stanley, bound in light bluegray wrappers; with illustrations including color plates. Also included, a separate publication: Rockwell Kent, Selections from The Stanley Collection, Fall 1997. An exhibition of the Grolier Club; 39 pp., in printed cream wrappers. The booklet and the catalogue are inscribed by Stanley to James & Carolyn Robertson of the Yolla Bolly Press."A facsimile of the earliest known book made... View more info
By: ROTH, WILLIAM M.
Publisher: San Francisco, The Book Club of California: 2004
Edition: 1st Edition
Seller ID: 8802
Condition: Fine condition
Limited to 500 copies. Designed by Andrew Hoyem and printed by the Arion Press, San Francisco. 10 ¼ x 6 ¾ inches. 213 pp., frontis reproducing the Colt Press pressmark designed by Valenti Angelo; includes thirty seven illustrations and photographs; with checklist of Colt Press publications. View more info
Publisher: San Francisco, The Book Club of California: 1994
Edition: Limited Edition
Seller ID: 8846
Condition: Fine, in clear acetate jacket.
251 pp.; 8vo; black cloth; paper spine label; portrait frontis by Dorothea Lange; BCC Pub. No. 203, limited to 450 copies. Designed by Jack Stauffacher of the Greenwood Press; typesetting by Francesca Stauffacher, set in cycles type designed by Sumner Stone; binding by Cardoza-James in San Francisco.According to the prospectus: Porter Garnett [1871-1951] flourished in San Francisco's bohemian circles as a member of the legendary group Les Jeunes, which included Gelett Burgess, George Sterling, Jack London, Arnold Genthe, and Xavier Martinez. With extraordinary skill, he worked as calli... View more info