Amsterdam: the monthly, 1938-39. Magazine. Printing trade magazine, a group of 12 unduplicated issues, each 12x9 inches, a little abrasion to spinefolds, a touch of rust to staples, good to very good copies. Find 1938, nos. 2 (Feb), 4 (April), 6 (June), 7 (Sept), 10 (Dec; this issue has a laid-in 4p sample of a handsomely designed diploma, as well as year's index); 1939, no. 1 (Jan), 3 (March), 4 (Apr), 5 (May), 7 (Sept), 8 (Oct), 9 (Nov). Commonly four illustrated articles per issue, with technical pieces on printing machines, typesetting equipment plus an article or two on layout and the design of specific kinds of job printing: menus, programs, letterheads, business cards. Publication ceased with the Dec 1941 number. The twelve together, as a small lot.