Robinson Jeffers’s treasure trove discovered!.

This past week I uncovered some rare Robinson Jeffers letterpress-printed broadsides.  There are only a few of these beauties remaining.  In the coming days I will be listing each of them in my blog posts. These broadsides are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and when they are gone, as the saying goes, they are GONE.  These Jeffers-related broadsides, featuring some of Jeffers’s finest shorter poetry, were printed by Marlan Beilke, known in the craft as Linomarl, at his now defunct Quintessence Robinson Jeffers Love The Wild Swan 2Printing Museum in Amador City, California. Beilke’s shRobinson Jeffers Shivaop contained a magnificent collection of Linotype and Ludlow typesetting fonts which were used to create these rare, limited, first-edition Robinson Jeffers’s broadsides.  They are available only here. Each unfolded broadside is suitable for framing. They come in a variety of sizes, some with illustrations and many with colophons.  Many will be featured in the 2016 forth-coming volume A Bibliography of Robinson Jeffers, both in print and CD formats.

As I noted, I will be listing additional broadsides in blog posts in the coming weeks, so drop back again to find out which other broadsides in this collection are still available.  You can order these through my website by clicking on the above images which will direct you to the order page. Each of the broadsides price includes shipping charges in the United States.  Many thanks for stopping by.

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