The Guild's latest book- 'The Great Seal of Walsingham', relating the history of the famous Shrine to Our Lady in Walsingham, once one of the most famous sites of pilgrimage in Europe, and which has again become a site of special devotion to the Virgin. The book also includes a detailed analysis of the special symbolic elements of the image of Our Lady of Walsingham.
It is limited to 100 copies, hand-printed in two colours on the Guild's Washington Press, from hand-set Poliphilus and Blado type from the Bixler foundry of New York, c.1920s Barnhart Brothers of Chicago Morris Romanized type for titling, and antique foundry-type initials and ornaments. The book is produced on Hahnemuhle Schiller paper, with deckled edges, and is hand-bound.
The size is approximately 6.5 x 9 inches. 12 pages + endpapers.