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The St Bride Printing Library is specialist small library in the heart of London's Fourth Estate area, which houses a wide range of books on graphic design, typography, bookbinding and papermaking.
The St Bride Printing Library is specialist small library in the heart of London's Fourth Estate area, which houses a wide range of books on graphic design, typography, bookbinding and papermaking. An essential visit for any graphic design student.
Bride Ln, EC4Y 8EE
+44 20 7353 46
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