Something About The Cranbrook Press and on Books and Bookmaking
by George G. Booth, 1902
One of 200 copies printed on handmade paper
One of an unknown number of copies printed on machine-made paper
Click on the hand-illumined initial letter above for a larger image.
This letter is laid in the book.
This copy is slightly smaller than the book above, is not printed on hand-made paper, does not have an illumined initial letter, and does not have the colophon of the hand-made paper version. Otherwise, the printed contents of this booklet are identical to the book above.
This was laid in the booklet; it obviously refers to the copy at top.
A copy of this is laid in both books.