The Tallone editions, made entirely by hand, are characterized by the quality of the print, the relevance of the works published, the elegant layouts, the exclusivity of the hand cast movable type and the precious exotic and pure cotton papers. Each binding is handmade, and the notebooks are sewn together with cotton thread. The books, numbered and printed in limited editions, are then stored in a double pouch, made to measure. The finished volumes have great intrinsic beauty and an exquisite covering that lasts for years.
Monday to Friday from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 7 pm. Saturday by appointment
Via Armando Diaz, 9, Alpigiano, TO, Italia - +39 011 9676455 - http://www.talloneeditore.com
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