This second catalogue in the series ‘Type & Forme Twenties’ is dedicated to fine, bibliophile publications from the library of Stephen Keynes OBE, FLS (1927-2017), the youngest son of the distinguished surgeon, bibliographer, and bibliophile Sir Geoffrey Keynes (1887-1982), and a member of the Roxburghe Club.


Roxburghe Club books presented to Stephen Keynes, beginning with The Mirroure of the Worlde 
(the first book to be published by the Club after his election)


The Nonesuch Press edition of John Donne’s Paradoxes and Problemes
edited by Geoffrey Keynes (1923)


One of 26 reserved copies of the William Blake Trust’s edition ofBlake’s Illustrations of Dante,
edited by Geoffrey Keynes (1978)


The Clover Hill Press edition of David Jones’ 1926 illustrations to The Book of Jonah,
inscribed to Stephen Keynes by the publisher, his friend Douglas Cleverdon (1979)

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