Anastatic Printing

Inner pages clean, bright and unmarked; binding tight. Very light soil to top edge. Original glassine jacket shows some light edgewear. Limited edition of 150 copies. Printed by James M. Dille on Mohawk Artemis paper. Octavo, bound in tan cloth, issued by the publisher with an unprinted glassine dust jacket. 7 pages; approx. 6"x8". First published in 1845, Poe describes a method of printing that would forgo the typesetter.


  • ANASTATIC PRINTING
  • Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Silver Quoin Press, 1946