British book design and production 1982 the catalogue of an exhibition of books selected by Eric Buckley, Werner Guttmann, Anthony Kitzinger & Robin Smeeton first exhibited in the library of the British Printing Industries Federation 11 Bedford Row, London WC1 21 September-8 October 1982 and at the Frankfurt Book Fair.

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  • Book design -- Great Britain.

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Includes index.

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ContributionsNational Book League.
LC ClassificationsZ116.A3
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Pagination37p. :
Number of Pages37
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Open LibraryOL19918151M
ISBN 100853533741

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