Please note that Issue 6 is missing.. I'll make a point of searching through my collection and throw it into the set if I find it. Happy to answer questions and/or share more images.
Typographica 1, 1949 (24 pages). Contents: Magic and the art of writing; The integration of photo and type; The use of space in typography.Typographica 2, 1950 (38 pages). Contents: Copper-plate scripts; Political typography; The ornamental lettering of Imre Reiner; Visual aids. Typographica 3, 1950 (38 pages). Contents: Function and design in business printing; The possibilities of the photogram; Central School experiments with photograms; Modern French book illustration.
Typographica 4, 1951 (48 pages). Contents: Type faces: a plea for rational terminology; First principles and last hopes; Music engraving; Chastel's illustrations for Le Bestiare.
Typographica 5: Purpose and Pleasure, 1952 (40 pages). Contents: Is there a'new' style of typography? Illustration versus typography; Modern typography in the modern world (by Paul Rand); Typography to-day (by Max Bill); Must line weight be uniform? Typographica 7, 1953 (48 pages).Contents: Newspaper typography; Max Bill; Artist and newspaper; A note on early race programmes. Typographica 8, 1953 (44 pages). Contents: A show of hands; Dick Elffers; The autobiography of the wooden press; University magazines; Designing Perspectives USA (by Alvin Lustig). Typographica 9, 1954 (40 pages). Contents: Publishers colophons; The machine-set advertisement; Pattern, sound, and motion (Central School type experiments); Recent typography in France; Trends in abstract painting in France. Typographica 10, 1955 (36 pages). Contents: Stedelijk Museum catalogues; The training of typographers; French lithographic illustration. Typographica 11, 1955 (36 pages). Contents: The tower of Babel; International publishing; H. Typographica 12, 1956 (44 pages). Contents: Letters in steel; Additions and revivals; Clavés Gargantua; The development of Mistral. Typographica 13, 1957 (40 pages). Contents: French book clubs; Locomotive lettering; The arrow in the road; The illustrations of Avigdor Arikha. Typographica 14, 1958 (40 pages). Contents: The publications of Gaberbocchus Press; Two German presses; Sandberg's Experimenta Typographica; Old-fashioned types and new-fangled typography.
Typographica 15, 1958 (40 pages). Contents: Telephone directories; Lunch-hour photograms; Büchergilde Gutenberg; Dutch chocolate letters. Typographica 16, 1959 (44 pages). Contents: Modern Hebrew typefaces; Capitals, twin- and multi-print (with red/green paper spectacles inserted); El Lissitzky: typographer.The item "Complete TYPOGRAPHICA 1st OLD Series Herbert Spencer Typography Graphic Design" is in sale since Thursday, December 12, 2019. This item is in the category "Books, Comics & Magazines\Magazines\Architecture, Art & Design". The seller is "kidfrisbee" and is located in Falmouth, Cornwall. This item can be shipped worldwide.