Sunday, October 16, 2016

Mild obsession with typographical variants on Manning-Sanders covers

For some reason, I have only recently started noticing that there are some significant differences in the typography on the dust jackets of some of Ruth Manning-Sanders' fairy-tale books. I assume that the difference is because of the various design choices made by her United Kingdom publisher (Methuen) and her United States publisher (E.P. Dutton). But it's still interesting. Here are a couple of the bigger examples I found...

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