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.

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Including:

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)

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

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

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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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