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Monday, January 16, 2006


Fine Printing by Howard Zimmon

Matheson Books

70354. McCullough, Ken. Creosote. Illustrations by Nana Burford. [Iowa City] The Seamark Press, 1976. Decorated paper boards, printed paper labels on the spine and front cover. Binding worn at the head and foot of the spine, otherwise very good. Black pastedowns and black front and rear free endpapers. First edition. One of 500 copies printed by Kay Amert and Howard Zimmon. Full-page inscription on a front endpaper. The inscription is headed "For El Cid" [in the light of what follows this is probably Cid Corman]. The heading is followed by five lines in Japanese attributed to Narihara, then a sketch of an imaginary bird, followed by "with appreciation / Ken McCullough / Thanksgiving 1982 / Iowa City". $75.00

70388. Miller, Chuck. Oxides. Iowa City, The Seamark Press, 1976. Paper boards. Fine, without dust jacket, as issued. First edition. "Kay Amert & Howard Zimmon made this book". $25.00

Truepenny Books

The Stone Wall Press 27. CARGO, Poems by Paul Nelson, 1972. 8 x 5 1/4; 63 pages; 14-point Emerson, handset; title in stencil-letter, printed blue 250 copies on Tovil; bound in blue cloth boards, with label on spine, by Howard Zimmon. Printed with Kay Amert and Howard Zimmon; a joint publication with the Seamark Press. (57)

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