4to, printed wrappers, 26pp. One of 225 copies printed by the Moving Arts Press. About fine. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : A Fragment from Commonplace Book Seven. ...
Éditeur : SF: Roxburghe Club, 1987.
Reliure : Soft cover
Etat du livre : Near Fine
Description du livre San Francisco: Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, 1987 26pp. Text printing in black and red with some blue in various typefaces. Blue soft cover in good condition, with some wear and 3/4 x 3/4 inch stain on upper front cover. One of 225 copies. N° de réf. du libraire 107901
Description du livre The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco / Moving Parts Press, San Francisco, 1987. Blue Printed Wrappers. État : Fine. Etat de la jaquette : Original Envelope. First Edition. One of 225 copies of a limited edition for the Roxburghe Club, printed in black, red and blue. N° de réf. du libraire 025136
Description du livre The Roxburghe Club, San Francisco, 1987. Soft Cover. État : Fine condition. Limited Edition. 225 copies completed at Moving Parts Press. 26 pp.; 4to; blue wrappers printed in black; printed in two colors throughout, with page 10 containing three colors. "As Felicia Rice notes in her moving introduction to this work, Sherwood Grover had typeset and fully competed printing, folding and collating ten of the twenty-two quotations into one signature of COMMONPLACE BOOK SEVEN. A second signature required only the the second (red) color to be complete. When Grover Sidney died in July, 1986, the ink was on the press and the forms were left standing. These Sheets have now been completed by Felicia Rice at her Moving Parts Press." Issued as the ninth official publication of the Roxburghe Club. (From the publication announcement on the letterhead of James Linden, laid in) Whimsical, eclectic, ironic, the quotations in this commonplace book range from Steven Crane, Baskerville, Mohandas Gandhi and Ronald Reagan. N° de réf. du libraire 6758
Description du livre The Roxburghe Club, San Francisco, 1987. Blue wrappers printed in black, slender 4to., (ii), 26, (1) pages. One of 225 copies typeset and printed in the main by Sherwood Grover and completed by Felicia Rice at her Moving Parts Press in tribute to him. A fine copy in archival mylar. N° de réf. du libraire 007032
Description du livre The Roxburghe Club of San Francisco, San Francisco, 1987. Wrappers. État : Fine. First Edition. Limited to 225 copies. Printed by Felicia Rice at The Moving Parts Press. N° de réf. du libraire 002167
Description du livre The Roxburghe Club, San Francisco, 1987. Original wraps. État : Very good +. 225 Copies completed at Moving Parts Press by Felicia Rice. pp. 26 in blue paper wrappers. **Of note in this copy, laid in: Letter from James D. Hammonds widow or life partner, speaking clearly to the lack of credit she felt Jim (Hammond) received for this seventh commonplace.** She writes to Bob (and Gwen), 9/19/92. I could feel Jims presence and his approval that we were talking. Hw would have appreciated the Anson Brooks obituary. Reading it reminded that I could not find in our library anything on fly fishing. If there is a book in this area that you have edited or written I would appreciate having a copy. Maybe I can interest my 16 yr old grandson in learning about fly fishing, anything that would get him out of the city and into a natural setting would be a good start for survival in this turbulent world. Jim & my grandsons were great pals and much to my surprise most of Jims clothes were a perfect fit. . if there is a memento you want of Jims, please let me know. I should have asked you earlier. Jim was so fond of you so maybe I thought of us both as having the best memento of all - his life with us. . I am sending the last Commonplace book published after Sherwoods death. Jim didnt get the credit deserved because the collection was mostly his work - Sherwood was too ill. N° de réf. du libraire 10428
Description du livre San Francisco, Calif.: Roxburghe Club of San Francisco., 1987. État : Good. 4to. In wraps.  pp. Letterpress. Ltd. ed. 225 copies. VG. N° de réf. du libraire 08-0735