Towards a Reform of the Paper Currency Particularly in Point of its Design: Dwiggins, W. A. Towards a Reform of the Paper Currency Particularly in Point of its Design: Dwiggins, W. A. Towards a Reform of the Paper Currency Particularly in Point of its Design: Dwiggins, W. A.

Towards a Reform of the Paper Currency Particularly in Point of its Design

Dwiggins, W. A.

Published by Limited Editions Club, NY, 1932
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Quarto. 23pp.,(4)ff. One of 452 copies signed by Dwiggins. Dwiggins facetiously discusses the atrocities of the present design of currency and postage stamps, proposing new ones based on those issued by the fictional country of the Antipodes. Includes plates of Antipodean stamps, and a currency sample tipped-in. A fine copy in leather-backed patterned boards, with slipcase and partial glassine wrapper. An important Dwiggins and scarce Limited Editions Club title. (Agner 32.02). Bookseller Inventory # 16778

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Title: Towards a Reform of the Paper Currency ...

Publisher: Limited Editions Club, NY

Publication Date: 1932

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Dwiggins, W. A.

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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