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There was a star danced...: PB 1-1983

Object information

Current Location: In storage


There was a star danced...


Author: Lister, Raymond
Designer: Lister, Raymond
Illustrator: Lister, Raymond
Calligrapher: Richardson, Jacqueline K.
Publisher: Lister, Raymond
Printer: Crampton and Sons
Binder (person): Bolton, George



15] leaves : col ill ; 26cm.
"This book was written, illustrated and designed by Raymond Lister, written out by Jacqueline J. Richardson, printed by Crampton and Sons, bound by George Bolton. Thirty-two signed copies have been produced. Six, numbered I-VI are bound in full leather with Venetian endpapers, each one with an original endpaper .... Twenty-six lettered A-Z are bound in Venetian paper ..."--Colophon.
Museum has no. VI with an original miniature.

Place(s) associated

  • Linton
  • Cambridge (Cambs.)


Production date: AD 1983


"Written and designed by Raymond Lister, printed by Crampton and Sons, Ltd., published by The Golden Head Press, all of Cambridge. Six impressions, each with an original drawing; thirty-four impressions on Natsume paper, each signed by the artist and numbered. No further copies will be produced."--Colophon. "This is impression 23"

Bound in yellow cloth.

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Identification numbers

Accession number: PB 1-1983
Primary reference Number: 199814
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Created: Monday 15 September 2014 Updated: Monday 15 September 2014 Last processed: Tuesday 13 June 2023

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Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Manuscripts and Printed Books

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