Austin: Press Intermezzo, 1998. Frontispiece engraving of John Muir, 141p, illustrations, printed in red and black. 21cm. Octavo. One in an edition of 30 unnumbered copies. Signed by the printer, Randolph Bertin on the colophon. Printed on Hahnemühle Schiller. Bound by Don Rash in full deer vellum sewn on five vellum strips with rules in blind on the covers creating a grid pattern; the title on the spine stamped in red and black on dyed handmade paper, cut, and applied over the binding strips; tea dyed alum goat hinges; handmade paper endsheets with tea-dyed pastedowns and fly leaves; top edge colored brown with acrylics. Housed in a clamshell box of linen sides, with a stamped handmade paper label on the spine and lined with brown suede. Bound in 2005-2006 and signed by Don Rash with his stamp on the bottom cover pastedown. In fine condition.
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Boston: The Riverside Press, 1907. 54p. 25cm. Octavo. In an edition of 385 numbered copies, this is copy 14. Reproduces the text of the first edition printed in 1658. Bound by Don Rash in full gray Harmatan morocco with urn-shaped insets of puckered terra cotta Harmatan morocco over simplified skeletal imagery; the covers and cover edges tooled in blind utilizing tools cut by the binder; the spine titling in palladium leaf; the endbands made of red-orange embroidered silk. Housed in a clamshell box of black cloth sides and terra cotta Harmatan morocco spine with titling in palladium leaf, lined with gray suede. Bound in 2010 with Don Rash's stamp and date on rear pastedown. In fine condition.