Piccolo’s ProgressBook Arts / Fine Press, Children's Books
by Gillian Debenham. Printed and illustrated with wood engravings by Guy Debenham. Larchwood Press, 1970.
12mo. Cloth with printed title and spine labels. One of 100 numbered copies.
Binding and end papers by the Eden Press.
Guy Philip Debenham was a noted surgeon and “a dedicated wood engraver.” His imprint was the Larchwood Press. Piccolo’s Progress, a children’s story written by his sister, is the first book from the press.
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