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The book trade & its customers, 1450-1900 : historical essays for Robin Myers / edited by Arnold Hunt, Giles Mandelbrote & Alison Shell ; introduction by D.F. McKenzie
Bib ID 477096
Format BookBook
Description Winchester, Hampshire, UK : St. Paul's Bibliographies ; New Castle, Del. : Oak Knoll Press, 1997 
xviii, 316 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 1873040423 (UK)
1884718345 (USA)
Full contents
  • Introduction / D. F. McKenzie
  • Pt. I. The Book Trade. A 16th-century stationer and his business connections: the Tottell family documents (1448-1719) at Stationers' Hall / Anna Greening. Manasses Vautrollier in Cambridge / Elisabeth Leedham-Green. A binding with the arms of the Stationers' Company / David Pearson. Book trade patents, 1603-1640 / Arnold Hunt. Richard Bentley's copies: the ownership of copyrights in the late 17th century / Giles Mandelbrote. Scratching the surface: engravers, printsellers and the London book trade in the mid-18th century / Michael Harris. John Baskett, the Dublin booksellers, and the printing of the Bible, 1710-1724 / Scott Mandelbrote. Dublin-London publishing relations in the 18th century: the case of George Faulkner / James E. Tierney. A 'List of the Stockholders in the Worshipful Company of Stationers', 1785 / Michael L. Turner. The changing role of the trade bookbinder, 1800-1900 / Esther Potter
  • Pt. II. The Customers.
  • Magdalen College and the book trade: the provision of books in Oxford, 1450-1550 / Christine Ferdinand. The library of Sir Edward Sherburne (1616-1702) / T. A. Birrell. Richard Lapthorne and the London retail book trade, 1683-1697 / Michael Treadwell. The antiquarian satirized: John Clubbe and the Antiquities of Wheatfield / Alison Shell. Gentlemen, pirates, and really respectable booksellers: some Charleston customers for Lackington, Allen & Co. / James Raven. Francis Fry, a maker of chocolate and Bibles / David J. Hall. Art and craft: bookbindings in the National Library of Wales / Eiluned Rees
  • Memoir of Robin Meyers
  • Published works of Robin Myers, 1954-1996.
 
Notes

"Published works of Robin Myers, 1954-1996, compiled by Arnold Hunt": p. 305-310.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Book industries and trade -- Great Britain -- History.
Other authors/contributors Myers, Robin  |  Hunt, Arnold  |  Mandelbrote, Giles  |  Shell, Alison
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Book trade and its customers, 1450-1900

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