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John Lane The Bodley Head, printed by the Curwen Press and Collotype plates by Chas. Whittingham & Griggs , London
Statementselected and arranged with an introduction and notes by A.F. Johnson.
ContributionsJohnson, A. F., Curwen Press., Chas. Whittingham and Griggs.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv,101p. :
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Open LibraryOL17236080M

One Hundred Title Pages, [A. Johnson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First edition. Appleton p Printed at the Curwen Press. Reproduces title pages of of the most famous books with information on the book. Spine professionally restored with old cloth laid down on newer cloth.

xiii followed by about pages. cloth. Genre/Form: Specimens: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, A.F. (Alfred Forbes).

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A F Johnson, G W Jones (eds.). Catalogue of the Library of Constance Astley at Brinsop Court, Herefordshire. London.

CS1 maint: uses editors parameter CS1 maint: ref=harvAlma mater: Manchester University. Author of One hundred title-pages,The encyclopaedia of type faces, French sixteenth century printing, Selected essays on books and printing, Type designs: their history and development, German renaissance title-borders, The Italian sixteenth century, A bibliography of Ghana, Written works: One Hundred Title-Pages, One Hundred Title Pages, – ( ; rpt.

Boston: Milford House, ), esp. v– xv ; G.A.E. Bogeng-Bad Harzburg, “Über die Entstehung und die One hundred title-pages des Titelblattes,” Buch und Schrift 3 (): 74–94 ; Gerhard Kiessling, “Die Anfänge des.

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Eisenstein; The Practice of Printing. Author(s): Johnson,Alfred Forbes Title(s): One hundred title-pages, ;selected and arranged with an introduction and notes by A. Johnson. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Bodley Head [] Description: xxiv p., plates ill.

Language: English Other Subject(s): Printing / Specimens, Title page NLM ID: R[Book]. Title pages. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Books; Related terms: Colophons; Titles of books; Used for: Title-page; Filed.

See A. Johnson, One Hundred Title-Pages – Selected and Arranged with an Introduction and Notes (London: John Lane the Bodley Head Ltd., ); Alfred Pollard, Last Words on the History of the Title-Page with Notes on Some Col-ophons and Twenty-seven Fac-similes of Title-Pages (; repr.

New York: Franklin, ). Eighteenth-Century Life () The "rise of the gothic" in the late eighteenth century is a truism and would seem to require less in the way of evidentiary support than mere confirmation.

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The combination of woodcuts that usually illustrated black-letter editions of The Ballad of the Cloak (no. 3), one of the period’s most successful political songs, suggests considerable ingenuity on the part of the designers (see Plate 1).This is an anti-Presbyterian song, first published in but particularly popular among Tories at the time of the Popish Cited by: 1.

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“Change” brings a comparison between the early days of book printing, with books without a title page, and sixteenth-century books with title pages. Many features of the virtual world we now take for granted have come gradually within the first twenty-five years of the virtual world. Another source of information regarding book ownership is probate inventories, though, as D.

R. Woolf has noted, the sampling of wills and probate inventories in the search of book ownership ‘tend[s] to be a frustrating exercise in haystack’ in which ‘the needles are scarcer still if one is hunting for particular types of book’.

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