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  • Manuale Tipografico IV - Enrico Tallone et al.

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    Dedicated to the engraving, founding and printing techniques in favour of the aesthetic of the book. 

    Centuries of typographical civilization described through original ancient watermarks from the 16th century onwards, and specimens handset in original foundry types cast from the 17th century onwards.

  • Manuale Tipografico III - Enrico Tallone et al.

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    Limited edition of 358 copies typeset by hand in movable types, numbered and letterpress printed.

    Dedicated to the aesthetic of papers, watermarks and inks.
    It includes more than a hundred original samples of ancient papers (starting from the 15-16th century), as well as original samples of the finest 20th-century typographic inks and papers (among which those used in the 1930s-1950s by Mondrian, Léger, Picasso, Chagall, De Chirico, Aristide Maillol and the greatest artists based in Paris).

  • Manuale Tipografico II - Enrico Tallone et al.

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    Limited edition of 386 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    Dedicated to the aesthetics of page layout, types and book formats.

    It includes original Tallones' quartos from the 1930s onwards, together with lower-case alphabet tables of the original foundry types owned by the Tallones, each of them described by Enrico Tallone.

  • Manuale Tipografico I - Enrico Tallone et al.

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    Limited edition of 249 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    dedicated to the aesthetic of title pages and capital letters. Includes original specimens from the 1930s.

  • Complemento al Manuale Tipografico I

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    Limited edition of 156 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    Dedicated to the aesthetics of indexes, colophons and book prospectuses. Includes original specimens from the 1930s onwards.

  • Sonnet - Leonardo da Vinci

    €35.00
    Sonnet improvised by Leonardo in front of Ludovico il Moro, Duke of Milan.

  • Hippocratic Oath

    €40.00

    The earliest and most relevant expression of medical ethics in the Western world.

    The perfect gift for physicians, who, in these times of pandemic, are more than ever invested with high responsibility. 

    Limited edition typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.

  • Do it anyway - Saint Teresa of Calcucca

    €40.00
    Found written on the wall in Mother Teresa's home for children in Calcutta, these precepts informed Mother Teresa’s own life and choices.
    Typeset by hand in movable types, printed letterpress on cotton paper made in Tuscany.

  • Sonnet - Dante Alighieri

    €40.00

    Immortal poem about friendship.

    Broadsheet typeset by hand in movable types, and printed on pure-cotton archival-quality paper expressly made in Dante’s Tuscany.

  • Sator Arepo

    €45.00
    The renowned Christian palindrome, which hides the "Our Father" prayer, which became a powerful talisman during Middle Ages, and was found engraved all across the continent, from England to Syria.
    Broadsheet typeset by hand in movable types, printed letterpress on cotton paper made in Tuscany.

  • Recueillement - Charles Baudelaire

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    Sonnet from the collection “Le fleurs du mal”.
    Typeset by hand in movable types, printed letterpress on cotton paper made in Tuscany.
    Glass and wood frame with a single hook for vertical hanging.
  • Trattato della vita elegante - Balzac

    €280.00
    Upon request and without additional charge, the book can be personalised with a printed inscription (i.e.: "Copy printed for John Doe”), to be typeset by hand and printed at the beginning of the book.
    Limited edition of 225 copies typeset by hand and letterpress printed.
    Balzac makes a shrewd and ironic critique of the bourgeois society born after the French Revolution, revealing all its ridiculousness and clumsiness. In fact, elegance belongs to few.
    Those who climb the rungs of the social ladder have to continually invent new forms of distinction. This resulting cyclical renewal is what we call fashion.