A selection of ten hymns in celebration of Robert Owen, the eighteenth century social reformer. Hand sewn and presented in a wrap-around paper cover, edition limited to 200 copies. 16pp, 235x160mm.
|The Romantics in Wales|
This anthology of extracts from English Romantic writers, edited by Glyn Tegai Hughes, is drawn from poetry, essays, novels, travel writing and letters. It is illustrated with sixteen wood engravings by Hilary Paynter, and bound in quarter leather by John Sewell.
|£795.00 (Quarter bound)|
Representative passages spanning the fifty and more years of Emyr Humphreys' career as Wales's premier novelist, selected and edited by M.Wynn Thomas and illustrated by Paul Croft. Published as a tribute to Emyr Humphreys on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday. 112pp., 250x155mm.
|Of A Feather|
Avian Collective Nouns & Terms of Assembly, Group Names & Associated Terms. Written, compiled, designed and illustrated by COLIN SEE-PAYNTON, with a Foreword by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
|£1750 (Quarter leather)|
A selection of the poems and letters of Wilfred Owen, the iconic poet of WW1. Edited by Jeremy Hooker and illustrated with engravings in two colours by Harry Brockway. An edition limited to 200 numbered copies in a quarter calfskin binding with printed cloth sides, and titled blind on the spine.
|Out of print|
|The Afanc King and the Sons of Teyrnon|
A medieval Welsh tale in the style of The First Branch of The Mabinogi. Words by Christopher Meredith and images by Sara Philpott. A slim, large format book: 28 pages, 350x250mm, bound in quarter cloth with printed paper sides, titled in gold on the front board, and limited to 200 numbered copies.
|Out of print|
|Byron Rogers: The Lost Children|
The poignant tale of Gwenllian, daughter of Llywelyn, last native prince of Wales, who was incarcerated in Sempringham Abbey as a child, and kept there until her death.This is the story that made her a national icon. Pen-and-ink drawings by Anna Ravenscroft. An edition limited to 300 numbered copies. Hand-bound in full red cloth, with printed cover and spine, and presented in a slipcase. 28pp., 220x140mm.
|Pennant and his Welsh Landscapes|
|The Book of Ruth|
Designed by John Woodcock (who has also engraved the title-page block) and illustrated with wood engravings by Anna Ravenscroft. 200 copies in quarter cloth with patterned paper covered boards. 24pp., 305x230mm
|The Special Bindings of Gwasg Gregynog|
Full colour illustrated catalogue of the special bindings produced at the Press since 1977. Compiled by Anthony Dowd and with a memoir by James Brockman. Edition limited to 200 copies. 104pp., 300x195mm. Available in full leather with raised bands, or in a cloth binding.
|George Herbert: Sundrie Pieces|
A new selection of Herbert's prose and poetry, together with over 200 collected proverbs. Edited by the Earl of Powis & illustrated by Sarah van Niekerk. 200 in quarter leather with marbled paper sides. 120pp., 300x175mm
|Eirene: A Tribute|
Tribute to Baroness White of Rhymney written by David Lewis Jones, Librarian, House of Lords; personal reflections by Ron Edwards and Glyn Tegai Hughes. Frontispiece photograph of Lady White. 170 copies in quarter cloth. 30pp., 240x150mm
Published to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Goethe's birth, and also the 600th of Johann Gutenburg's. Edited by Jim Reed. 150 copies in quarter cloth with printed paper sides. 64pp., 280x170mm
|Inwards Where All The Battle Is|
Selection of Alun Lewis's writings from India edited by Jeremy Hooker, illustrated & signed by David Gentleman. 100 copies in quarter leather, 200 in full cloth. 108pp., 255x160mm.
|Out of print|
|Intimate Leaves from a Designer's Notebook|
Written & designed by John Ryder, who here explores and analyses letterforms, the printed page, and the very way in which we read books. Illustrations by a variety of artists. 80 copies in quarter leather. 154pp., 245x155mm.
|Jan Morris: A Machynlleth Triad|
A specially-commissioned work designed by John Ryder and illustrated by Brenda Berman. 310 copies sewn into paper covers, loose in a chemise within a slipcase.
|W.H.Davies: The Lovers' Song-book|
Unillustrated poems from the 1933 Gregynog edition. 350 copies in paper-covered card covers. 20pp., 350x165mm.
|John Ormond: Cathedral Builders|
Thirty-five poems illustrated by the author containing a high proportion of his best-known verse. Edition of 200 in quarter cloth. 78pp., 310x205mm.
|The Pleasant History of Lazarillo de Tormes|
This is a modernised version of the translation by David Rowland, published in 1586, of one of the classics among translations into the English language. Edited with extensive notes by Gareth Alban Davies. Woodcuts and wood engravings by Frank Martin.
|Out of print|
|Walt Whitman: Wrenching Times|
Poems from Drum-Taps edited by M. Wynn Thomas and illustrated with colour wood engravings by Gaylord Schanilec. 400 copies in quarter leather. 72pp., 375x275mm.
|Out of print|
|Gwasg Gregynog: A Descriptive Catalogue|
Compiled by David Esslemont and Glyn Tegai Hughes, this major work of reference contains full bibliographical details of the books and ephemera produced at Gregynog between 1970 and 1990. Edition limited to 755 copies in card covers, 100 in quarter leather, and 25 special bindings of which a few copies remain (details on application). 88pp., 305x200mm.
|Gwendolin 75 Years on|
The book includes pages from the original Eros & Psyche prospectus hand-set in type newly-cast from the Gwendolin matrices discovered at the Press, and illustrated with two of the original woodblocks. Pages from the 1472 La Divina Commedia are also reproduced.
|£90 (Quarter Red Cloth)|
|Princes and Castles|
This landscape-format book sets out to explore the principal examples of the work of the thirteenth-century Welsh princes and to trace the developments in castle construction that they reveal.
|£350 (Quarter Leather)|
|Stephen Crane: The Red Badge of Courage|
Commissioned by The Land Press. A classic tale of the American Civil War. Printed at Gregynog and with eleven collotype illustrations from American Civil War archives. 115 copies. 148pp., 295x215mm. Full cloth binding.
|The Texture of the Universe|
A new selection of the writings of Henry and Thomas Vaughan in an edition limited to 75 copies in a quarter-leather binding
|£450 (Quarter Leather)|