2 edition of One hundred and fifty years of printing in English America (1640-1790) found in the catalog.
One hundred and fifty years of printing in English America (1640-1790)
A. S. W. Rosenbach
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Printing on ultra-thin paper is a rare specialism. We have printed tens of millions of Bibles over the one hundred and fifty years we have been in business. Royal Jongbloed Group developed and obtained a patent for the flipback book in on the basis of this experience. One Hundred and Fifty Years of Printing in English America an Exhibition to Celebrate the th Anniversary of the Establishment of the First Press in This Country from the Collection of Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach by Winship, Dr. George Parker (intro).
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Adj. Steinberg's classic work covers the history of printing with movable type in the following periods: the creative century from which witnessed the invention and beginnings of practically every single feature that characterizes the modern printing piece, the era of consolidation fromthe 19th century in which the era of mechanization began the invention of /5(5).
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The First Hundred Years of Printing in British North America: Printers and Collectors. By William S. Reese (William Reese Company) London was the right of the English book world, the source for virtually all supplies and books flowing to the American colonies.
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The ‘first book on the general science of language, ever written in the United States’ (Edgerton ) was published one hundred and fifty years ago, in The author was William Dwight Whitney (), professor of Sanskrit at Yale and, according to his biographer, ‘America’s first fully professional linguist’ (Alter ).
make offer - marcus bleasdale - one hundred years of darkness - 1st edition & printing GEORGE TOOKER 1st ed Large art book,color with art critique, Signed by Tooker $and came to America for a brief stay in Upon his return to England, he married, then in he returned to Pennsylvania, this time bringing his press with him.
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