BOB DYLAN PAPER
COLLECTIBLES: ODDS & ENDS

 

AUCTIONS
DYLAN'S ARTWORKS
EXHIBITIONS
FILMS
FLYERS AND PROMOS
SALES CATALOGUES
SPECIAL EVENTS
THEATER
VARIOUS

 

VARIOUS

2019 Planner

Anthology Film Archives, 2000

Beatty Zimmerman's cake recipe

Bob Dylan Banknotes

Bob Dylan Birth Certificate (UK)

Bob Dylan Fan Certificate (Japan)

Bob Dylan Photo Sleeve, 1965, UK

Bob Dylan Tree (Eye poster), 1967

Bob Dylan Introduction, 1978

Bob Dylan's New York Revisited map

Book cover

Bookmarks

Box Of Vision, USA

Calendars:
        
1979 Holland
        
1994 Q Rock'n Roll, UK
        
2004 USA
        
2009-2011 'Remembered'
        
2010 HMV UK
        
2012 UK
        2013 Calendars
        2017 Ganymede's Calendars
        2018 Calendars
        2019 Calendars

        2020 Calendars

Catherine Jackson's designs

Cards:
        Greetings
        Phone
        Playing
        Trading
        Starbucks Song Of The Day

Imaginary books and magazines

Jigsaw Puzzles

Letraset Catalogue

Lyrics In Potato Chip Bags

Minnesota:
        
Duluth Directory 1944
        
Hibbing Directories 1950's
        
Hibbing High School Yearbooks

No Direction Home artwork proofs

Notebooks

Rolling Stone 1969 reprint
SNAP Galleries Letterpress

Stamps::
       Official and Illegal
       
Fantasy

Street Legal legal file of lyrics
Tablecloth & Menu

Tour Itineraries

Trevor Wright's lithos, USA

Twelve Tribes booklets

Wanted Man
Wikipedia "books"

 

THE LETRASET CATALOGUE (UK, 1981)

  The Letraset catalogue was entitled "Some new faces from Letraset 1981-82". It is A4 size, 20 pages, The cover shows the faces of musicians and composers and the title is a pun on the word "faces", which is often used as a shorthand form of "typefaces". Dylan is one of the faces.
  The second image below shows the relevant inside page, which Dylan shares with Igor Stravinsky. He represents the Corinthian Light typeface, while Dylan is linked to Corinthian Medium. Corinthian Bold was attributed to Benjamin Britten and the Corinthian Extra Bold typeface to Gustav Mahler Though the catalogue, copyright date "1981", was produced in England and the main content is in English, the "Introduction" on the inside front page is in three Scandinavian languages - Danish, Norwegian and Swedish.
  With the Nobel Prize award, it is interesting to see the company that Dylan was seen as keeping even 35 years before.
  Thank you to Ian Woodward for the scans and information.  

bob dylan letraset catalogue