2008 · Santa Fe, New Mexico
The book was designed by Monica Meehan, graphic designer for the Museum of New Mexico; its title page features a glyph created by calligrapher and Mayanist Mark Van Stone, Tom Leech and James Bourland printed the book from polymer plates, and Santa Fe bookbinder Rosalia Galassi completed the binding.
___DESCRIPTION: Original quarter iridescent orange cloth with marbled paper covered boards, printed paper label on backstrip, beige endpapers, printed in black and brown, with a teal glyph on the title-page; folio size (12 1/8" by 8 1/2"),  pp., signed by Renée Gregorio and John Brandi at colophon; original prospectus, printed on a single sheet of laid paper with top edge uncut, slipped in.
___CONDITION: A fine copy, with clean boards, straight corners with a bare hint of rubbing to the two front corners, a strong, square text block with solid hinges, the interior is clean and bright, and entirely free of prior owner markings; prospectus fine, clean and without wear.
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