[Verona:]: Plain Wrapper Press, . One of 200 copies, signed by the author and artist on the colophon. The frontispiece is one of five surrealist etchings by Berta Moltke. Handset in Horizon Light type from Bauersche Giesserei, printed letterpress on a Washington Press on handmade Umbria paper from the Cartiere Miliani Fabriano. Etchings pulled by Luciano Cristini. A fine copy in original board slipcase that is very lightly worn with minor soiling. Quarter green morocco, ruled and stamped in gilt, over boards with a gilt-lettered spine and with original prospectus, order form, and signed, typed letter on Plain Wrapper Press letterhead written by Richard-Gabriel Rummonds dated September 15th, 1971 to John J. Walsdorf offering this book for sale with the original mailing envelope postmarked September 17th, 1971. Quarto. 26], [+1, colophon] pp. Item #16262
Paul Zweig (1935-1984) was an American poet, critic, and memoirist, who taught at Columbia University. His poem, Images & Footsteps, first appeared in The Hudson Review. Bertha Moltke (b. 1938) is a Dutch painter and printmaker. Her art has been featured at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and many other places.