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November 2018 News

Payment problems?

We've tracked down the gremlin that has caused several clients to be unable to pay for an item through the Paypal portal.  It appears that PayPal have changed the SSL level which our server isn’t currently capable of, but it will be upgraded on November 17th and all will return to normal.  While we wait for the fix, we suggest that international clients go directly to the Paypal website and make payment to our email address: info@litterascripta.com.au
 
Australian clients can pay by Paypal, direct debit, cheque, or by simply phoning through your card details.
 
If you don't feel comfortable with these temporary payment options, just email us with the details of the item(s) you'd like and we'll reserve them for you until normal services resume.
 
Once again, we apologise for this problem. The fix is just a few days away.
 
 

It has just been confirmed that the 2019 Rare Book Fair will be held at Wilson Hall, Melbourne University, from Friday 12 July to Sunday 1

 

William Blake 1757-1827.

Considered insane and largely disregarded by his peers, the visionary poet and engraver is now recognised among the greatest contributors to English literature and art.
 
We have a few more of the facsimiles of Blake's engravings for The Book of Job which proved to be so popular last time we listed some a few years ago.
 
They are considered to be his greatest masterpieces in the medium of engraving.  These facsimiles are héliogravures produced in 1906 using Blake's original 1825/6 engravings. 
With its subtle tonality, the héliogravure technique achieves a degree of fine detail and a rich palette of blacks and shades of grey that modern industrial printing methods - such as rotogravure, letterpress and offset - simply cannot match.
 
At a very reasonable $125 each, you can enjoy Blake's extraordinary visions with a 100+ year old image that is virtually indistinguishable from the 200 year old original engraving.
 
 

Every day we receive dozens of Emails, tweets and messages from a diverse range of colleagues and institutions who send informative articles, upcoming and current exhibitions, research and just plain breath-taking and cute images.  We regularly  post a selection on our Facebook page.

 

We "tweet' when a new item is listed so follow us on Twitter at @litscrip.

 

 

 

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