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Golden Cockerel Press prospectuses

Chambers, David

Golden Cockerel Press prospectuses

an addenda to Cock-a-Hoop.

by Chambers, David

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    Paginationp. 41-2
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Golden Cockerel Press prospectuses by Chambers, David Download PDF EPUB FB2

About this Item: Golden Cockerel Press, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. CATALOGUE: GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS Spring List 8vo. 8 pages, printed on Unbleached Arnold wove paper, within yellow paper covers, with Border and Vignette by John Buckland-Wright on front, and Border and Cockerel Device by Mark Severin on back.

About this Item: Golden Cockerel press, London, No Binding. Condition: Good. Prospectus for: SHELLEY AT OXFORD.

The Correspondence of P. Shelley and T. Hogg, at the Time of the Publication of their Pamphlet on Atheism, Now for the First Time Correctly Printed and Collated with the Original Manuscripts, Together with Certain Other Unpublished Letters of P. Waltham, St.

Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press, and London: Clover Hill Editions, 2 vols. plus extra material: 4to, iv, 16, 1, colophon pp. With 10 large wood engravings by David Jones. Original red buckram, pale blue dust-jacket partially faded to almost white as usual, with a second unfaded dust-jacket also present; both with David Jones wood.

Get this from a library. Cock-a-hoop: a sequel to Chanticleer, Pertelote, and Cockalorum, being a bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press, September December [David Chambers; Christopher Sandford; Golden Cockerel Press.] -- The list of prospectuses includes the period of Robert Gibbings's direction of the press.

Golden Cockerel Press Prospectus for Napoleon's Memoirs Edited by Somerset De Chair Illustrated b An Exhibition of books printed at the Whittington Press from to and of engravings, lith. The Golden Cockerel Press was a major English private press operating between and The press was famous for beautiful handmade limited editions of classic works produced to the very highest of standards.

The type was hand-set and the books were printed on handmade paper, and sometimes on vellum. It also adds to our holdings of Golden Cockerel productions, mostly found in the Sterling Library’s Private Press collection. There are around Golden Cockerel publications in the collection as well as prospectuses and catalogues.

The collection includes several of the Press’s major works, such as The Four Gospels () and the four. British Private Press Prospectuses, (Risbury, Herefordshire): The Whittington Press, (). Limited Edition.

Leather. VII of forty of the deluxe version, quarto size, pp. Fine. Item #CNJL No. VII of forty of the deluxe version, out of a total edition ofbound in full Oasis leather with endpapers marbled by Christopher Rowlatt, with a separate portfolio of.

London: Golden Cockerel Press, n.d. tall 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. pages. First edition. Presentation from Christopher Sandford to James Moran dated on free endpaper. Sandford wrote the introduction to this book and was the principal partner in the Golden Cockerel Press.

Jacket chipped at head of spine. COCK-A-HOOP, A bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press January December, compiled by David Chambers and Christopher Sanford, with a list of the prospectuses and illustrations from the books.

Robert Gibbings: a centenary exhibition List of items exhibited Entrance Glory of Life, by Llewelyn Powys, 15 wood engravings including the lettering of the title by Robert Gibbings. One of the first books published by the Golden Cockerel Press under its new management, in a limited edition of copies.

As the books they represent become rarer and more expensive, the prospectuses, which can offer fascinating clues to the development of the titles they promote, are becoming collectible items themselves. Frontispiece is a wood-engraving by Eric Ravilious for the cover of the Golden Cockerel Press' Autumn List   Famous for its fine handmade limited editions, the Golden Cockerel Press was founded as a writer’s cooperative in by Harold 'Hal' Midgley Taylor (–) at Waltham Saint Lawrence in England.

Taylor’s ambition was to produce limited press editions of modern and classic texts printed on handmade paper using hand-set type.

Two lovely bibliographies of the Golden Cockerel Press David Chambers and Christopher Sandford. Cock-A-Hoop. A Sequel to Chanticleer, Pertelote, and Cockalorum. Being a bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press September to December With a list of prospectuses and illustrations from the books.

Blue cloth with grey dust wrapper. Other private presses are covered selectively. The holdings of the Golden Cockerel Press and Kelmscott Press are complete as far as titles are concerned. The collection of prospectuses and ephemera from the press is still not complete.

Many titles are held in several copies with important individual features. The Dolmen Press was founded by Liam and Josephine Miller in The Press operated in Dublin from until Liam Miller's death in Founded to provide a publishing outlet for Irish poetry, the Press also heavily featured the work of Irish artists.

Golden Cockerel Press prospectuses Spring Golden Cockerel Press: Sandford, Gibbings, Newberry and Rutter Spring Golden Head Press Winter Golden Hours Press Spring Gordon Craig, Edward: Hamlet Spring Gorey, Edward Autumn Goudar, Ange #Summer Graham, Rigby Spring Graham, Rigby Spring Great Auk Autumn.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

The Golden Cockerel Press was my first serious foray into the private presses, and as such I located as much additional material as I could, including proofs, original designs, correspondence, prospectuses, catalogues, publisher's files, engravings, binding blocks, copper plates and more.

The Chester Play of the Deluge by Isaacs J (editor) with Engravings on Wood by David Jones. Waltham Saint Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press., Bookplate of Walter Kupfer. Original red buckram,spine giltlettered.

iv,16 pp. Ten wood engravings,with original loose tissue guards. Spine sunned, else fine. First Edition thus; # of copies. The Golden Cockerel Mabinogion; a new translation from the White Book of Rhydderch and the Red Book of Hergest by Gwyn Jones and Thomas Jones London: Golden Cockerel Press, Edition limited to numbered copies, of which this is number Sp Coll f Miller, Patrick.

The green ship London: Golden Cockerel Press, I had never heard of the Golden Cockerel Press before, nor the Doves Press, but on discovering their editions of the poem I was transported into the world of private press printing and it has become a passion ever since.

It is therefore a pleasure to be combining these two passions, Paradise Lost and private presses, into one exhibition.". by Rebecca Rego Barry, reprinted with permission from Fine Books & Collections. This year marks the th anniversary of the publication of John Milton’s Paradise sixteenth-century Buckinghamshire house where he completed the epic poem is now a museum known as Milton’s Cottage, which debuts today an exhibition titled Paradise Lost & the Private Presses.

A Typographical Masterpiece; An Account by John Dreyfus of Eric Gill's collaboration with Robert Gibbings in producing the Golden Cockerel Press edition of 'The Four Gospels' in San Francisco: The Book Club of California, First and Limited Edition.

Hardcover. One of copies, folio size, pp., with prospectus. JOHNSON (A.F.) Selected Essays on Books and Printing, A.L.

Van Gendt, [but ]--TIDCOMBE (MARIANNE) The Doves Bindery, British Library, EDE (CHARLES, editor) The Art of the Book, The Studio Publications, LEWIS (JOHN) and JOHN c Design, with Special Reference to Lettering, Typography and Illustration, Routledge & Kegan. Bid Live on Lot 26 in the Fine Books, Manuscripts and Works on Paper including Books from The Collection of The Garden Ltd.

Auction from Forum Auctions. • Unlimited edition of the fourth volume of the bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press, with a list of prospectuses from through and illustrations taken from the books. • Publisher's blue cloth–covered boards in original printed paper dust jacket; jacket with edges and spine lightly sunned, upper edge showing minor wear.

1 Dec - Explore inkshed's board "Robert Gibbings", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Wood engraving, Printmaking and Art pins. Book Reviews The Doves Press, Marianne Tidcombe The Golden Cockerel Press, Roderick Cave & Sarah Manson British Private Press Prospectuses, David Butcher The Anthony Dowd Collection, Anthony Dowd The Encyclopedia of Papermaking and Bookbinding, Heidi Reimer-Epp and Mary Reimer The Repair of Cloth Bindings, Arthur w.

Johnson. The Library also has a comprehensive collection of books printed at the Doves Press (including the Bible, ), the Ashendene Press, the Golden Cockerel Press (including The Four Gospels with wood engravings by Eric Gill, ), The Gregynog Press, Essex House Press and others.

Forum Auctions, LOT - Buckland Wright (John).- Swinburne (Algernon Charles) Pasipahë, one of specials, orig. vellum, Golden Cockerel Press, & others illustrated by JBW (17). Back Issues: Series 2 – 6. All back numbers of The Private Library still in print are available to purchase.

[All of Series 1 are out of print, available in pdf format as free downloads.]Please browse the contents of each journal from Series on the list below and make a note the journal or journals you would like to order.

A book from the Golden Cockerel Press - 'The Travels and Sufferings of Jean de Brebeuf' from is printed in 16pt Bembo on a 12'' page of mould-made paper and is a joy to read. * Centaur/Arrighi Bruce Roger's Centaur is so good that I could pick any of dozens of books that it looks great in, so I am going to 'wimp out' and not even try.

Crusader Castles was the first of four finely-printed works by Lawrence to be published by the Golden Cockerel Press in the years following his death, and was followed by Secret Dispatches from Arabia (), Men in Print (), and Shaw-Ede: T.E.

Lawrence's Letters to H.S. Ede, (). Chanticleer ; O’Brien A John Johnson Collection: pre ephemera Private Press index G For the complete Private Press index, please see: Prospectuses Book lists, notices etc Bibliography type Miscellaneous Exhibitions Examples of artwork Typefaces and specimens Original artwork (the Oxford Monolith, ) see also Saint Dominics Press Golden Cockerel (Robert.

Fine Printing. We can help you find the fine printing books you are looking for. As the world's largest independent marketplace for new, used and rare books, you always get the best in service and value when you buy fromand all of.

Preliminary Guide to the James J. Guthrie - Pear Tree Press Collection Printers Mss 11 3 pursuits were wood engraving and book plate design.

The first book issued by his Pear Tree Press was Some Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, with drawing by Guthrie, and the last, 50 years later, seems to have been his work From a Sussex Village, printed at the Mermaid Press in. The collection contains material on private and specialty presses, dating primarily from the s to the present.

Prospectus, English Book Prospectuses: Golden Cockerel Private Press. Catalogue, "British Hand-Made Books, " 2 copies. Stock List, "A thing of beauty is a joy forever," n.d.

Golden Cockerel Press. The Song of Songs,copperengraved illustrations by Lettice Sandford, bookplate, two loose prospectuses in original wrappers for.

Sale Book Club of California & Fine Press - Timed Auction - No Reserve (#) 04/07/ AM PDT - 04/16/ PM PDT. Cock-A-Hoop - a Sequel to Chanticleer, Pertelote and Cockalorum, Being a Bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press.

September - December (1st Edition) by David Chambers (Editor), Christopher, Sandford, Compilers. (Golden Cockerel Press).Book Edition: 1st Edition. Golden Cockerel Press 23 Chaucer (Geoffrey) TROILUS AND CRISEYDE, edited by Arundell del Re, number 66 of copies, wood-engraved pictorial title, decorative borders, illustrations and initials.looking book.

Cranmer Byng's Tomorrow's Star. This was the only one of Golden Cockerel Press books produced between and not already held by the University Library. When it was finally acquired, the Friend's long standing commitment to complete the Library's holdings of Golden Cockerel Press books was finally achieved.