Hand-bound letterpress limited editions of poetry and other pursuits of David Sellers
A couple examples of tailored projects, apart from the books published by the press, include:
A Summer's Strife and Hoarding by Ken Todd
Yardley, PA (Hopewell, NJ), 1996.
Large 8vo, 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches, 30 leaves, pp. , 1-41 verse printed recto/verso, . The six woodcuts were designed and cut into type-high cherry wood blocks for this edition by Mary Azarian and printed, as was the type, by David Sellers on a Vandercook Universal I press. Types are Monotype Garamont Series 248, cast by Dan Carr at Golgonooza Letter Foundry in Ashuelot, New Hampshire. Paper is Rives Lightweight Buff. Signatures hand-sewn by Kathleen Sellers. Bound in book cloth-covered boards; letterpress-printed cover and spine labels. The edition comprises 50 copies, numbered 1-45 and printer's proofs I-V. Privately printed and not-for-sale.
The poet's posthumous sequel was printed fifteen months later:
AND I THE WRAITH: LAST LOVE POEMS BY KENNETH TODD.
Yardley, PA (Hopewell, NJ), 1997.
Large 8vo, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, 10 leaves, pp.  verse printed recto only. One frontispiece woodcut by Mary Azarian done for this edition, Golgonooza Garamont Series 248 types, Rives Lightweight Buff paper, printing on a Vandercook Universal I press by David Sellers. Hand-sewn in Fabriano wrappers by Kathleen Sellers. 15 numbered copies. Privately printed and not-for-sale.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton: Membership Books. V. 1: Rebinding and a custom linen clamshell box, letterpress printed labels, for the Congregation's original membership book. V. 2: Hand-set letterpress printing of the Congregation's new membership book, custom linen clamshell box, letterpress printed labels. Types are foundry Stempel Palatino. Paper is vintage 1951 watermark dated J. Whatman hand-made, printed damp.