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Portmeirion / images by Leslie Gerry ; text by Robin Llywelyn
Bib ID 4533686
Format BookBook
Author
Llywelyn, Robin
 
Description Risbury, Herefordshire : Whittington Press, c2008 
[40] leaves : col. ill. ; 30 cm + 7 prints (29 x 42 cm), 1 poster (58 x 84 cm), in solander box (32 x 45 cm.), 1 brochure 
ISBN 9781854280879
1854280872
Notes

"350 copies printed at Whittington & Dowdeswell on Somerset and Zerkall geglättet mould-made papers. The type is 24-point Stephenson Blake Caslon and the seven original prints are drawn on a tablet and digitally printed by the artist. 60 special copies contain a set of signed prints of the images, including an additional image, and a poster of one of the images, all in a solander box. Bound by The Fine Book Bindery. July 2008. Copy no: XXXII [signed] Leslie Gerry, Robin Llywellyn" -- Colophon.

Bound accordion-fold style.

Library holds copy no. XXXII signed by the author and illustrator.

Subjects Architecture -- Wales -- Portmeirion.  |  Portmeirion (Wales)
Other authors/contributors Gerry, Leslie

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