The Typographic Arts: Two Lectures
London: Theodore Brun Limited, 1949. Octavo. (6 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches). 106pp.
Original full blue polished calf, spine gilt, front cover with gilt-stamped device.
Limited deluxe edition: number 113 out of 250 copies.
Stanley Morison was a prominent British typographer and printing historian who was a developer of Times New Roman, one of the most-used fonts of all-time. For over 40 years, he was a consultant for The Times newspaper and the Monotype Corporation, where he researched and greatly expanded the company's range of typefaces.