Titre : Letters from Myfanwy â€" A selection of ...
Éditeur : Privately printed at the Whittington Press. Limited edition of 100 copies, printed on hand-made Kovo paper (sourced from a single Mulberry tree). Bound in goatskin. Signed by Masatsugu in Japanese calligraphy, and stamped with his seal.
Reliure : Hardback.
Signé : Signed by Author(s)
Black and White wood-engravings by Hellmuth Weissenborn; with an additional portfolio of proofs for the illustrations. Letters from Edward Thomas' youngest daughter, in an exchange with a Japanese scholar and fan of the poet's writing. Mustard-yellow leather binding. Fine; presented in VG slipcase (slipcase bears small stain, as from a sticker). N° de réf. du libraire 19565
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Description de la librairie : Named Independent Bookshop of the Year 2007, Much Ado is situated in the charming East Sussex village of Alfriston, which nestles among the South Downs. Owners Cate Olson and Nash Robbins ran a shop of the same name in Marblehead, Massachusetts for 19 years. There, they specialized in old and out-of-print books. Now situated in Alfriston, the shop offers both new and old books, with a stock of approximetely 15,000 volumes.