The Throbbing Drums Are Silent (Grover Cleveland Press: in the Tradition of the Masters)

Degen, Jim E. and Neal Davis (Photographer)

Verlag: Grover Cleveland Press, 1984
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A fine example of a printer's sample book, giving stunning examples of foil embossing, blind embossing and other printing techniques-- Degen won the 1984 National Printing Industry of America's Benny award for this volume. The entire piece is pulled together on the theme of the Native American in the Western New York/Buffalo area, with images of The Maid of the Mist ( Blind embossed on heavy white paper) ; Quanah Parker (gold embossed on cream paper and embossed in gray on cream paper) ; Red Jacket/ Sagoyewatha (color photo illustration on cream paper) ; a cigar store Indian (color photo illustration on cream paper) ; 2 large foil embossed coins - a 1907 Indian head penny in copper and a Buffalo nickel in silver on cream paper; photo illustrations of Indian motorcycles and a silver embossed Indian Motorcycle logo on black paper, and several pages of different types of photo reproductions of "The Indian Hunter," a sculpture in Delaware Park, Buffalo, by John Q. Ward, followed by a full-page blind embossed image of the same on gray paper surronded by embossed arrowheads, and a Die Styles chart on mesquite paper with embossed arrowheads, bison and gold-embossed lettering. Final page includes techincal information on all printing processes and papers used. Spiral bound in card covers and in a gray envelope/box. Book in in fine condition and envelope shows some bumping at corners and a small tear at top. A truly unique and stunning example of this type of specimen book. A3-- local ; Oblong 4to 11" - 13" tall; 20 pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 57934

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Titel: The Throbbing Drums Are Silent (Grover ...
Verlag: Grover Cleveland Press
Erscheinungsdatum: 1984
Einband: Paperback
Zustand: Very Good

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Degen, Jim E. and Neal Davis (Photographer)
Verlag: Grover Cleveland Press, Buffalo, New York (1984)
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Buchbeschreibung Grover Cleveland Press, Buffalo, New York, 1984. Paperback. Zustand: Very Good. A fine example of a printer's sample book, giving stunning examples of foil embossing, blind embossing and other printing techniques-- Degen won the 1984 National Printing Industry of America's Benny award for this volume. The entire piece is pulled together on the theme of the Native American in the Western New York/Buffalo area, with images of The Maid of the Mist ( Blind embossed on heavy white paper) ; Quanah Parker (gold embossed on cream paper and embossed in gray on cream paper) ; Red Jacket/ Sagoyewatha (color photo illustration on cream paper) ; a cigar store Indian (color photo illustration on cream paper) ; 2 large foil embossed coins - a 1907 Indian head penny in copper and a Buffalo nickel in silver on cream paper; photo illustrations of Indian motorcycles and a silver embossed Indian Motorcycle logo on black paper, and several pages of different types of photo reproductions of "The Indian Hunter," a sculpture in Delaware Park, Buffalo, by John Q. Ward, followed by a full-page blind embossed imag. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 72579

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