A28.1 THE SEIZIN PRESS 1928
THE SEIZIN PRESS | [drawing by Len Lye] | NECESSARY BOOKS. | Our plan is to print necessary books | by various particular people. A neces- | sary book may be either a Trouble or a | No Trouble book. A Trouble book | is necessary trouble taking and trouble | making. A No Trouble book is neces- | sary no trouble taking and no trouble | making. | 1928
Collation: A folio sheet folded twice, four leaves connected at the top.
p. title-page; pp.– blank; p. list of Seizin books One to Four; p. ODE TO THE TRIUMPH OF BODILY INTELLIGENCE | [page number ‘44’ at bottom]; pp.– blank; p. directions for ordering Seizin One and subscriptions for Sezins Two, Three and Four.
22.1 × 15.0 cm. Bulk: 0.1 cm. White laid paper watermarked with hammer and anvil.
Price: Gratis. Number of copies unknown. Published in 1928.
Note: Printed at Riding and Graves’s Seizin press at Hammersmith in 1928.