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Devices of the early printers, 1457-1560

Hugh Wm Davies

Devices of the early printers, 1457-1560

their history and development, with a chapter on portrait figures of printers

by Hugh Wm Davies

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Published by Grafton & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Printers" marks.,
  • Printers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hugh William Davies ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ235 .D25
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 707, [1] p. incl. front., illus. (facsims.)
    Number of Pages707
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6317026M
    LC Control Number35002806
    OCLC/WorldCa1310334

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Devices of the early printers, 1457-1560 by Hugh Wm Davies Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Devices of the early printers, ; their history and development, with a chapter on portrait figures of printers.

[Hugh William Davies]. Get this from a library. Devices of the early printers, ; their history and development, with a chapter on portrait figures of printers.

[Hugh Wm Davies]. Devices of the early printers, their history and development, with a chapter on portrait figures of printers. Dawsons of Pall Mall, Koch, Rudolph. The Book of Signs.

Dover, McKerrow, Ronald B. Printers’ and publishers’ devices in England and Scotland Printed for the Bibliographical Society at the Devices of the early printers. Home» Devices of the Early Printers - their history and development with a chapter on portrait figures of printers.

DAVIES, Hugh William Used; Very Good Each facsimile is accompanied by the title and date of the book it came from, with notes on the illustrator and printer etc.

Preceded by a history, distinctions between Bale. Printers' Devices Reference Bibliography Below are listed the reference sources used for the device and bibliographic citation entries.

They are given in full form and abbreviated form either given in or following the procedures of the Library of Congress's Standard Citation Forms for Rare Book Cataloging.

The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.

Although Martin (in translation) describes these organisations as “guilds”, he also describes them as “congers” and as “essentially Parisian association[s] of large booksellers” holding specific printing and publishing rights: Usages had “a huge business” in servicebooks for Spain.

Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary of the Italian Printers, and of Foreign Printers in Italy from the Introduction of the Art of Printing into Italy to Boston: G.K.

Hall, Davies, Hugh William. Devices of the Early Printers, ; Their History and Development, with a Chapter on Portrait Figures of Printers. This subject is in many respects one of the most interesting in connection with the early printers, who, using devices at first purely as trade marks for the protection of their books against the pirate, soon began to discern their ornamental value, and, consequently, employed the best available artists to design them.

Printers’ devices from the Royal Irish Academy's early print collections: Johannes Hamman. 23 December This is the first in a series of posts exploring printers’ devices in the early printed books of the library’s collections.

Library Library Blog. Author(s): Davies,Hugh William Title(s): Devices of the early printers, ; their history and development, with a chapter on portrait figures of printers,by Hugh William Davies.

A merchant's mark is an emblem or device adopted by a merchant, and placed on goods or produce sold by him in order to keep track of them, or as a sign of authentication.

It may also be used as a mark of identity in other contexts. pre European book trade personnel Devices for European printers and booksellers from the 15th to the 18th century (with an emphasis on France). Devices of the early printers, their history and development, with a chapter on portrait figures of printers.

London: Grafton, Sep 08,  · If you would like to learn more about printers’ marks, try William Roberts' Printers' Marks: A Chapter in the History of Typography, Hugh William Davies’ Devices of the Early Printers, Their History and Development, or Bella C.

Landauer’s Printers' texasbestchambers.com: Meredith Mann. Hugh William Davies, Devices of the Early Printers Their History and Development (London: Grafton & Co., ), p Paul Arblaster [private information] Goes. Studying Early Printed Books A Practical Guide.

Wiley, Early Modern Printer’s Marks. Generated by Margaret Sheppard. Hugh William Davies. Devices of the Early Printers,London, Alastair Fowler.

The Mind of the Book: Pictorial Title Pages. Oxford University Press, Abraham Horodisch. The Book and the. February Virgil by The binding on the Virgil Opera tells us a lot about book collectors in the early eighteenth century.

Worth was a connoisseur collector, interested in fine printings and fine bindings. Davies, Hugh William (), Devices of the Early Printers Their History and Development with a Chapter on Portrait. Sep 08,  · If you would like to learn more about printers’ marks, try William Roberts' Printers' Marks: A Chapter in the History of Typography, Hugh William Davies’ Devices of the Early Printers, Their History and Development, or Bella C.

Landauer’s Printers' Mottoes. Resources available at Yale for establishing authoritative forms for the names of pre European book trade personnel. In establishing names for “non-authors”, AACR2 instructs us to “determine the name by which he or she is commonly known from reference sources issued in his or her language or country of residence or activity”(B).

Davies, Hugh William, Devices of the Early Printers their history and development (London, ). Gessner, Conrad, Historiae Animalium, 3 vols (Frankfurt, ), volume 1. English translations from Edward Topsell, The Historie of Foure-Footed Beastes (London, ).

Symbolic Caxton Kuskin, William Published by University of Notre Dame Press Kuskin, William. Devices of the Early Printers. Davies, Hugh William. Devices of the Early Printers, – Their History and Development with a Chapter on Portrait Figures of Printers. Reprint, Kent: William Dawson & Sons, Cited by: The first three reference books on every rare books librarian’s desk are: John Carter, ABC for book collectors, 9th ed.

Revised by Nicolas Barker & Simran Thadani (Newcastle, Del.: Oak Knoll, ). All the important terms relating to the study of the book briefly explained in non-technical texasbestchambers.com: Sarah Wheale.3.

But stop – don’t get out the microfilm without checking Early English Books Online – a completely separate database (don’t you wish it was linked to the Short Title Catalogue).

All of the microfilmed Early English Books are on this – taken from the microfilm, but far easier to handle, and to print .