Alphabet and Image 7, Shenval Press, 1948

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Contents: “The Engraved Letter-Forms of Reynolds Stone” by Percy Muir; “The Sketchbooks of Claude Lovat Fraser” by Gerard Hopkins; “Watchpapers: A Neglected Conceit” by Roland Knaster; “The Drawings of Robin Jacques” by John Keir Cross; “Some English Decorated Initials” by A. F. Johnson; Book Reviews by Allen Hutt, Graham Reynolds and others.

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Alphabet and Image 7, Shenval Press, 1948
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