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Book cover design
Designer: Robert Fawcett (American, born in England, 1903-1967)Printer: Heron Press (American, New York)Date: 1929Medium: Leather, silver and gold toolingLocation: The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York

Book cover design

Designer: Robert Fawcett (American, born in England, 1903-1967)
Printer: Heron Press (American, New York)

Date:
1929
Medium: Leather, silver and gold tooling
Location: The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, New York

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a tall tree is being felled.
...
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