This edition of 520 copies was printed by Leslie Randle, Rosalind Randle and Charles Lowndes at Whittington Court, Gloucestershire, on Columbia Press number 1275, made in 1848. The type is 12pt Caslon and the paper Mould Made from Wooky Hole Mill, Somerset. The batik cover on the cloth copies was designed by Joan Charleston and printed by Gary Savage, and the books bound by Hunter & Foulis Ltd, Edinburgh. The line blocks were made by Craske, Vans & Crampton Ltd, and the fold-out view of the Hogarth Press was printed lithography by C.F.R Woodward Ltd, Bath.
Work Completed January 1972 and tells the tale of Richard Kennedy who went to work for Leonard Wolf at the Hogarth Press in 1928, when he was 16.
This is copy no. 331 and signed by the author.
The book is in perfect condition. There appears to be a hand-written inscription at the front of the book also (as shown in photos)
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