Schindlers's Ark AE lettered
Jeffrey Alan Love
Median Market Value
This edition of Schindler’s Ark by Thomas Keneally is presented in three states: Artist, Numbered and Lettered. The editions measure 6” x 9” and feature seven illustrations by Jeffrey Alan Love. The editions include a new introduction by the author and over 25 pages of bonus content.
The Numbered and Lettered editions are printed letterpress by Bradley Hutchinson in Austin, Texas on his Heidelberg Cylinder, and the artist edition is printed offset. All editions are printed in two color on the title page. The text is set in digital Monotype Bulmer and the display face is Fette Fraktur. The Numbered and Lettered editions are signed by Thomas Keneally and Jeffrey Alan Love, and the artist edition is signed by the artist.
The Lettered edition is limited to 26 copies lettered A-Z and is quarter bound in Japanese cloth with marbled paper over boards. The marbled papers are handmade for this edition by Claire Guillot in France. The spine and cover labels are printed letterpress on Hahnemühle Bugra and endsheets are marbled. The edition is housed in a clamshell enclosure covered in Japanese cloth lined with flocked velour, and it is printed letterpress on Somerset Book mouldmade paper by Bradley Hutchinson in Austin, Texas on his Heidelberg Cylinder. The edition is signed by Thomas Keneally and Jeffrey Alan Love.
Included with every copy of the Lettered edition is a limited edition broadside printed on handmade paper by noted paper maker Izhar Neumann in Yanuh-Jat, Israel. The paper has been custom made for this edition and includes a custom watermark.
The broadside measures 8” x 12” and features a wood engraving by award-wining wood engraver Howard Phipps which is printed from the wood block. The broadside is printed on a hand press by Sandy Tilcock of Lone Goose Press in Eugene, Oregon. A very limited number of broadsides are available for purchase.
The engraving is of a carob tree which was planted on the Avenue of the Righteous Among the Nations at Yad Vashem in honor of Oskar Schindler.