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Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 14 Apr 2001 to 15 Apr 2001 (#2001-101)

Dear Lee-
 I suggest that you contac Dale Rolance at the Princeton University
Firestone Library. Recently they had an extraordinary exhibition of pochoir
book and prints from the Fry ollection,
In a message dated 4/16/01 12:08:38 AM, LISTSERV@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU writes:

<< From: "Lee J. Stoltzfus" <Lee123@yourantiques.com>
  Subject: [b] Query: A French Binder's Signature

 > Hello All,
 > I am trying to identify a partially-illegible French bookbinder's stamp.
 > can't quite read this faint signature. Anyone care to assist me with
 > identifying this guy?
 > The difficult-to-read signature is here:
 > http://www.yourantiques.com/Coppee8.gif
 > (It is on the flyleaf of a 1920 Paris / Libraire des Amateurs / Sarah
 > Bernhardt / pochoir book.)
 > Thanks in advance,
 > Lee J. Stoltzfus
 > Lititz, PA.   USA.
 > http://www.yourantiques.com/2.html
 > >>

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