Title: Sixty-three Drawings by Warren Chappell
Publisher: New York: Advertising Club, 1955
Publication Date: 1955
Unpaginated. This nice little book (paper over boards, 12mo, 8" x 5") was published on the occasion of a dinner for Warren Chappell at the Advertising Club in New York September 14, 1955. Most of the drawings are in black-and-white, although a few are in full color. There are nine pages listing Chappell's work in illustration and decoration; book design, and writings. A fold-down drawing and poem are tipped in inside the front cover. The last page gives full details on the printers, designers, lithographers, etc., involved in producing the book and information on the paper stock and type face, etc. Five hundred and fifty copies were printed, 330 of which were set aside for the Typophiles. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 060114WC
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