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  • the nocturnal train - pablo neruda

    €280.00

    Limited edition of 48 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.
    Tri-lingual edition
    (Spanish, Italian, and English).

    On the 13th December 1971 to Pablo Neruda was given the Nobel Prize of Literature.


    Fifty years after the awarding (1971-2021), the choice to print "The Nocturnal Train" (from "Sumario. Libro donde nace la lluvia", Tallone Editore, 1963, first edition) is a way to pay homage to the Poet who, like his friend Alberto Tallone, was an enthusiastic lover of steam locomotives, an archetype of a liberated time, that of poetry and travel, as expression of knowledge and dynamism.

  • 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. 

    Available in three versions: printed in Italian, both framed (€ 60) and unframed (€ 40).

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

  • FIVE BALLETS IN THE KITCHEN

    €100.00

    Limited edition of 74 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    Cesare Giaccone from Langhe (Piedmont) is considered by the New York Times to be one of the absolute protagonists of contemporary haute cuisine.

    With Autumn in sight, which evokes the pleasure of good food more than any other season, chef Cesare offers us five new recipes.

  • FIVE BALLETS IN THE KITCHEN

    €220.00

    One of 8 deluxe copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    Cesare Giaccone from Langhe (Piedmont) is considered by the New York Times to be one of the absolute protagonists of contemporary haute cuisine.

    With Autumn in sight, which evokes the pleasure of good food more than any other season, chef Cesare offers us five new recipes.

  • Canti orfici - dino campana

    €2,900.00

    With three unpublished letters by Dino Campana, and 8 linocut by Mimmo Paladino.

    Foreword by Davide Rondoni. Final note by Gigliola Tallone. 

    Limited edition of 40 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.

  • Canti orfici - dino campana

    €300.00

    With three unpublished letters by Dino Campana.

    Foreword by Davide Rondoni. Final note by Gigliola Tallone. 

    Limited edition of 140 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.

  • Canti orfici - dino campana

    €680.00

    With three unpublished letters by Dino Campana.

    Foreword by Davide Rondoni. Final note by Gigliola Tallone. 

    Limited edition of 28 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.

  • Sonnet - Dante

    €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.

  • TRATTATELLO IN LAUDE DI DANTE - BOCCACCIO

    €200.00

    Few copies left, now on sale at a special price in conjunction with the 700th anniversary of Dante’s death (1321-2021).

    Original 1969 edition.

    The life of Dante, already a legend a few years after his death, narrated by the greatest storyteller of his time, the author of the “Decameron”.

    Limited edition of 600 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.

  • Il Cantico dei Cantici

    €220.00

    Limited edition of 122 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    Famous love poem from the Bible in the form of a dialogue between a young woman and her lover. 

  • La commedia - Dante Alighieri

    €1,200.00

    Over a million types were used for the hand typesetting of this edition, which stands as a unique achievement in contemporary printing.

    Limited edition of 209 numbered copies. An edition in 3 volumes (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso) housed in a handmade box.

    Italian edition.

  • Conferenza Nobel - Pablo Neruda

    €680.00
    Limited edition of 60 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed. They include an original graphic print by Ugo Nespolo, made in stencil technique, signed and numbered.
    Edition in Italian language.
    One of the most memorable speech ever delivered by a Nobel laureate, it was held by Pablo Neruda in Stockholm at the Nobel Prize awarding ceremony. In the speech Neruda recounts his escape through the Andes, an adventurous journey which becomes the metaphor of the mysterious path of Poetry.
    Neruda was awarded the Literature Nobel Prize in 1971; few months later, the first original edition of his moving speech was printed by   the Tallone Press. At that time it was printed in Spanish, while this second edition is now printed in Italian.