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neil pearson rare books

60-page catalogue design, artwork and print for Neil Pearson Rare Books.

A good old fashioned piece of print - Neil Pearson's first catalogue - CATALOGUE NO.1 - features exceptionally rare BBC scripts from the golden age of radio comedy, including Hancock's Half Hour and The Goon Show.

A whole host of very precious material, all photographed at The Packshot Factory, and Neil's research and wonderful writing all had to be done justice to in the 60 page catalogue. Neil’s words to me on taking delivery of the printed catalogues, “I love you.” Ahh . . .

Messrs Galton and Simpson, who were given copies, were apparently insistent that their high praises be passed on to me for presenting their material so very well. The project was a complete privilege.

The printed articles are very lovely items, but you can flick through the online version via the link below:


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