San Francisco. Designed and Printed by Taylor, Nash & Taylor. 1912. 1st Printing. 12 pp. unnumbered, one bifolium inserted. A small seal to the upper board, a frontis tipped in, and a gilt seal to the head of the bifolium. 9-1/2" x 6-1/2". Blue, paper wrapped boards, navy blue and gilt seal to upper wrapper, upper and lower boards have two slits wear a ribbon was once held on, blue end papers, light blue leaves, printed in black with a teal rule around text on each page. Bifolium is blue paper, with a gilt seal to head of upper wrapper, black lettering. All now housed in a mylar sleeve. A VG copy. Boards have some soiling and age toning to exterior, corners are bit bumped, small tear at head of spine. Leaves have some age toning to edges, including the leaves of the bifolium. Ribbons are missing. Overall, internally a nice, clean copy. Item #47397
John Henry Nash formed a partnership with San Francisco printers Taylor & Taylor in 1911. In 1915 the partnership ceased and Nash went to open his own printing firm. A nice piece of work by a short lived partnership of well known printers.