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The Bill of Rights
Dan Mayer and John Risseeuw
Tempe, AZ: Pyracantha Press, 1991
Printed in red, blue, dark gray and black on purple paper, partly in calligraphy; deckled edges. From the colophon: “This broadside commemorates the bicentennial of the Bill of Rights…produced at…the Arizona State University of Art [with help from] David Kader of the ASU College of Law, Chuck Brownson of Ocotillo Arts and Papermill, and calligrapher Nancy Pilgrim. The typeface is Plantin. The text was taken from a facsimile of the enrolled original Congressional resolution held in the National Archives.” Edition of two hundred copies printed.
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