The editions are limited to 2,000 and numbered by hand by the traditional bookbinders, Smith Settle, near Leeds. (Much printing these days is done overseas.) They sell for £12.50, but their early publications, such as Rosemary Sutcliff’s Blue Remembered Hills, can now be found on second-hand book website Abebooks for £80.
This was in the telegraph yesterday and there is a great little video to go with it. Delighted they are getting the publicity and that they are making a profit. As you know, I recently visited the Bookshop, see my post here, and love the SF editions. The Dodie Smith wonderful, see here and I am more than happy to beat the drum for publishers of this kind. We need them and though I love my Kindle, my delight and joy in this sort of enterprise will never die.