First edition of this miniature bibliography of the miniature book output of the St. Onge press, accompanied by a memorial reflection.
BIBLIOMIDGETS OF ACHILLE J. ST. ONGE
Only 1000 copies of this miniature were produced. There appears to be a variant binding of this publication with a title paste-on to the cover rather than the gilt tooling.
New Britain, Connecticut: Art Press, 1979. Full title: The Bibliomidgets of Achille J. St. Onge: A Memorial and a Bibliography. 2.25'' x 2''. Original red leatherette binding with gilt tooled titles to front board. Tipped-on photographic frontispiece in shades of brown, with additional tipped-on photographic illustration at the beginning of the bibliography proper. 86 pages. In original paper sleeve with title paste-on. Mild soiling to rear of sleeve. Sharp and vibrant.
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