Kindersley, David. Keepsake: Whoever Has Taught Me One Letter Has Made Me His Slave and Meeting announcement for for David Kindersley lecture. David Kindersley’s Workshop, 1976. Unmarked. Very Good. Ephemera. (#30674) $30.00
A 3-panel folded sheet with David Kindersley keepsake from his workshop. Printed by Christopher Skelton, nephew of Eric Gill. The keepsake is on green paper, with green ink, and contains a paragraph of text and 2 text-based type images.
Also a 4-panel folded announcement with some age tanning on the end for the Autumn Meeting Gleeson Library Associates, University of San Francisco, November 14, 1976 for a lecture on Eric Gill by David Kindersley. Eric Gill print (St Mark) on cover of announcement.
David Kindersley (1915-1995) was a British stone letter-carver and typeface designer. He carved plaques and inscriptions in stone and slate can be seen on many churches and public buildings in the United Kingdom.
Rawlins, Ian; Bragg, William. From the National Gallery Laboratory. National Gallery Laboratory, 1940. Unmarked. Significant age tanning on ages and boards. Loose binding. Acceptable. Hardcover. (#30649) $18.00
Booklet accompanied an exhibition featuring John Piper, John Ward, and John Doyle mounted towards the cost of restoring the Cathedral’s 12th and 13th century glass. 14p. Lists the paintings in the exhibition with their prices. 2 color plates. 9 black/white plates.
Lain in double-doubled typed sheet provides some background on the project.