male i velke deti. ( For Children. Big and Small) JAN KARAFIAT,
grafika (Czech prints) 1905
lept (Color Etchings) 1906
jeden domecek. (There was a small House.) Obrazkova
kniha pro malé deti.(Picture Book for small Children).
Prague, "Dedictvá Komenského", 1905
Cech. Pisne Otroka 1907
a barevná rytina.( color etchings and color engravings) Technické poznámky.
Dál I. Druhé prehlédnuté vydání.
Prag, Státní tiskárna,1909
Technik Der Farbigen Radierung & Des Farben-Kupferstichs (German
version of Barevní lept a barevná rytina.)
Leipzig, Karl W. Hiersemann 1909
Songs, Petr Bezruc, Society of Czech Bibliophiles, Prague
1909 - features design and typographic ornaments by Preissig
O. J.: [No place]: Privately printed, 1915 Designed by Vojtech
Preissig. Title-page and 5 pages of text, each with an illustration
by Preissig on the facing page. The Type used in this small book
is Preissig's Grotesque Anitiqua Type of
Gloom Tales from the Panchatantra, Translated by Arthur
Ryder. University of Chicago Press 1925- features design and
typographic ornaments by Preissig (not credited in book)
Saxaphones by Alfred V. Frankenstein. Robert O. Ballou Chicago
1925- features a rather unusual design composition explained in the
colophon as "This book was designed (after the composition had been
completed) by Vojtech Preissig in an attempt to show the possibility
of typographic salvation through design under ordinary printing trade
Balzac by Rene Benjamn, Knopf, New York 1927- There are
no illustrations by Preissig in this book, just a simple but effective
use of typographic border rules with ornament. The dust jacket
however is a classic Preissig design.
Thomas G. Masaryk, President de la Republique Tchecoslovaque
a l'inauguration de l'Institut d'etudes Slaves a Paris
: le dix-sept Octobre de l'an MCMXXIII. Universitâe
de Paris IV: Paris-Sorbonne. 1923 - Printed by the State
Printing Office in Prague. 300 copies printed in French
a barevná rytina.( color etchings and color
engravings) Technické poznámky. Dál
I. Druhé prehlédnuté vydání.
Prag, Státní tiskárna,1925 reprint
of1909 edition uses Preissig's Antikva type
au Monde.from leaves of Grass. Walt Whitman. Random
House, New York,1930. 390 copies, signed and numbered.
The first of Random House's "New Fine Books" series. Printed
at the State Printing Office in Czechoslovakia.
Way to Wealth. The Preface to Poor Richard's Almanack
for the Year 1758 written under the name of Richard Saunders.
Bejamin Franklin, Random House, New York, 1930. 390 copies,
signed and numbered. The second of Random House's "New
Fine Books" series. Printing was done at the State Printing
Office in Czechoslovakia.
and Nicolette Translation by Andrew Lang Limited Editions
Club, 1931. 1500 copies, signed and numbered on end sheet
featuring a cascading design created from wedge shapes
which decorate the entire volume. Features many linoleum
cuts by Preissig. The decoration and overall composition
of this volume are quite impressive. The design integrates
the dust jacket, slip case, endpapers, and even the binding
tapes! Printed in three colors by the State Printing Office
J.W. Zanders Watermarked paper.- Watermarks in this book include: ---Aucassin
and Nicolette 1930 ---VP Monogram with Paper making logo ---JWZ initials.
This is a partial bibliography. Additional books designed
by others using Preissig Roman as well as various refernces to Preissig
are also cataloges offline.