Thornton's Bookshop: Bibliography
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DIBDIN, THOMAS FROGNAL
Typographical Antiquities
0. or, the History of Printing in England, Scotland and Ireland: containing Memoirs of our Ancient Authors, and a Register of the Books printed by them. Begun by the late Joseph Ames .. considerably augmented by William Herbert .. and now greatly enlarged, with copious notes, and illustrated with appropriate engravings .. by the Rev. Thomas Frognall Dibdin. Four volumes, London, 1810 ,1812, 1819; 4to; each volume c. 400 - 600 pp. many titles or headings printed in red, with 14 mezzotint plates, 23 plates, and numerous facsimiles and illustrations; contemporary speckled calf, spines gilt in compartments,with five raised bands and double labels of a paler brown morocco, marbled edges and end-papers; some slight browning or spotting to the plates, which are on heavier paper, and some offsetting,; there is a chip, with loss, at the head of the spine of Volume II, the rear board of Volume IV is detached, otherwise a few short splits to joints. A very handsome and unusually bound set of this classic, though unfinished, celebration of early British printing and publishing, its authors and its collectors, itself a monument to the finest English printing and book illustration of its period. This set once belonged to the Hamburg publisher, bookseller and auctioneer Ernst Hauswedell (Lot 148 in his sale "Handbuecher eines Sammlers" , 24th November 1976). We do not know its earlier provenance. (This is a heavy item, in four quarto volumes, for which our normal postage terms will need to be varied).
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Book number: IS001073
GBP 600.00 [Appr.: EURO 679.75 US$ 800.28 | JP¥ 90769]
Catalogue: Bibliography
Keywords: Ianweb Antiquarian Rare Typography Printing History Fine Printing Incunabula Caxton Bibliography Bibliophily William Bulmer Publishing History Illustrated Books Bindings

 
DREYFUS, JOHN,
A History of the Nonesuch Press
. With an Introduction by Geoffrey Keynes & A Descriptive Catalogue by David McKitterick, Simon Rendall and John Dreyfus. One of 950 copies. Folio, original cloth, dust jacket. London, the Nonesuch Press. 1981. An fine copy printed and bound at the university press Cambridge. [ DL II/5].
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Book number: 091875
GBP 95.00 [Appr.: EURO 107.75 US$ 126.71 | JP¥ 14372]
Catalogue: Bibliography
Keywords: Bibliophileweblists Wim Meeuws Limited Bibliography

 
EBERT, FRIEDRICH ADOLF,
Allgemeines Bibliographisches Lexikon
0. 1821. Two volumes, Leipzig, F.A.Brockhaus, 1821 & 1830; 4to; [viii], xviii, 1075, x, 1119 pp.; cont. half black leather, blue marbled boards, top edges gilt; extremities worn, rear hinge of Volume I entirely split and spine loose, front hinge of Volume II split, and rubbed, but front board holding firmly, prelims spotted; First edition. Printed on rthin but good paper, the later volume being on laid paper. Highly respected and in constant use in its time, the book includes bibliographies of the Aldus and Giunta Presses, and the Elzeviers' small format editions of the Classics. Though the paper is light, these are such thick volumes that postage would need to be quoted separately.
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Book number: IS002342
GBP 40.00 [Appr.: EURO 45.5 US$ 53.35 | JP¥ 6051]
Catalogue: Bibliography
Keywords: Ianweb Bibliography Antiquarian Books Classics German Incunables Incunabula

 
GAMESON, RICHARD,
The Earliest Books of Canterbury Cathedral.
0. 2008. Manuscripts and Fragments to c. 1200. London, 2008; 414pp. with numerous colour plates; publisher's boards, dust-wrapper; a mint copy.
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Book number: IS002280
GBP 21.00 [Appr.: EURO 24 US$ 28.01 | JP¥ 3177]
Catalogue: Bibliography
Keywords: Ianweb Palaeography Medieval Manuscripts Bibliography Bibliophile Canterbury Cathedral Church History Ecclesiastical History

 
HESSELINK, SEBASTIAAN S. & AGNES M.L. KERSSEMAKERS
The Children's World of Learning 1480-1880 . A Collection of Printed Books, Manuscripts, Broadsides and Prints Illustrating Four Centuries of Education and Popular Culture in Western Europe with Emphasis on the Low Countries. 3 Volumes
. n the original publisher"s orange cloth binding , gilt titles on the spines and front boards. 4to; 1183 illustrations [351 coloured], Vol. 1: [x], 682pp. Vol. 2: [viij], 756pp. Vol. 3 - Index: [vijj], 152pp. Fine set in slipcase. Set. Originally published as catalogue 100 of Antiquariaat FORUM in 10 issues between 1994-2002. With an extra issue with extensive indices. The impressive Catalogue, developed into a unique reference work on Children`s books, is now available in three extensive and richly illustrated volumes: a milestone in the history of Children`s book production. The work illustrates and mirrors the entire history of West-European education. Besides historical schoolbooks on spelling and reading exercises, on teaching methods, arithmetic, drawing, children`s literature, fairy-tales, fable books, and so on, you can find your way in popular literature and chapbooks, books on sports, games and pastimes etc. All titles are expertly described, annotated and placed in their cultural-historical context.
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Book number: F1829
GBP 395.00 [Appr.: EURO 447.5 US$ 526.85 | JP¥ 59756]
Catalogue: Bibliography
Keywords: Chioldren's Bibliography Reference Weblists

 
THRUSH, ARTHUR
Representative Majority: Twenty-One Years of the B.P. R.A.
. The book publishers' representatives' association, 1945, 149pp. hardback. inserted are letters by one of the representatives of the period 1908-1947: C.O. Gentry (Victor Gollancz) who visited Thornton's from 1908 onwards. His letters are addressed to F.S. Thornton. also included are 2 photographs of Mr. Gentry and his wife.dated 1947. [DR - M].
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Book number: F1975
GBP 9.50 [Appr.: EURO 11 US$ 12.67 | JP¥ 1437]
Catalogue: Bibliography
Keywords: Bibliophile Publishing Booktrade Weblists3

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