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His book of bookplates, consisting of 24 original designs.

J. Vinycomb

His book of bookplates, consisting of 24 original designs.

by J. Vinycomb

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Published by Otto Schulze & Co. in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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  • Vinycomb, J.

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    Open LibraryOL21695590M

    The country book-club. A poem. London, Illustration on t.-p. etched by Thomas Rowlandson. Call number: (GA) Rowlandson Call number: (RCPXR) Excerpt: “The rural bookseller of aspect pale, And bent with age, comes tott’ring down the vale Who but has heard his tale, so often told, Of famous men, whose names he once. Shelfmarks in pale red ink on the upper right hand corner of the first flyleaf [and instructions to the binder pencilled in capitals on the first page of the book usually consisting of the lettering he wanted on label of book]: Examples: “Dd.8″,”Lo.5″,”Vh.3″ Library at Wilton House, near Salisbury.

    Book Details: This group of seven pieces feature antique estate books and ephemera, as shown in the corresponding images. A sample of titles in this group includes: "The Mentor" C; "Windsor" Windsor Castle photograph book, C; John White Chadwick "Theodore Parker, Preacher and Reformer" C; and Rev. WM. Bacon Stevens "The Parables of the New Testament" C As this print on demand book is reprinted from a very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this .

    J. Vinycomb. His book of bookplates consisting of 24 original designs. [With an introduction by Robert Day]. Edinburgh, Otto Schulze & Co., 4:o. (12), (1) pp., 24 plates. Printed stiff wrapper as issued. Lacking back-strip. In a cardboard slip-case. # € Printed in only copies. Fuller p. Vinycomb, John. His book/R. W. Emerson/14 Dec. " Below the inscription, likely in Cabot's hand, is the following: "This, Miss Ellen Emerson says, was the first copy that came to him from the publisher." Myerson states that copies were printed 15 December , the same day the book was advertised as being published that day in a Boston newspaper.


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[Harold Nelson]. Vinycomb: His Book of Bookplates, Consisting of 24 Original Designs. Edinburgh: Otto Schulze & Company,first limited edition of Original printing bound into boards in by a master bookbinder, 7 by 9 1/2-inches, frontis, 12 pp., followed by an.

Bookplates from the designs of Ralph Fletcher Seymour. (Boston, Printed at the Troutsdale Press and Sold by Charles E. Goodspeed, ), by Ralph Fletcher Seymour (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) David Becket, his book of book-plates, consisting of 24 original designs.

Harold Nelson: his book of book-plates consisting of 24 original designs. (Edinburgh, Otto Schulze & Company, ). Harold Nelson. Reproductions of twenty-five designs for book plates.(Otto Schulze & Co., ). Harold Nelson. Bookplates by Harold Nelson (B.T.

Batsford, Ltd. Harold Nelson. Abstract "Three hundred and twenty-five copies, of which are twenty-five on Japanese vellum, only printed of this book. The copies on Japanese vellum are all numbered and signed by the artist.""Introduction", by Gordon vignette; cover of access: Internet.

The Mabel E. Thurston Book Plate in gray paper wrappers; printed in black. In a library of of access: Internet Topics: : John. Vinycomb. Charles E. Dawson: His book of book-plates, consisting of 24 original designs (Bookplate monographs).

Hardcover with dust jacket, brown cloth with gilt spine titles, 16 by 24 cm, xvi [ii] pp. Near fine hardcover; the jacket is very good with a tiny puncture hole near the middle of the front panel at the hinge (there is no damage to the book). From the publisher: “John Henry Otto was born Septemin Westphalia, Germany, and enlisted in the Prussian army sometime around Influenced by Albrecht Durer and William Morris, he specialised in black and white images.

In advertising his clients included Cadbury’s, Pears Soap, Dewar's and Selfridges This is probably the title to 'Harold Nelson: his book of book-plates consisting of 24 original designs'. The date in the title is within the halberd monogram. His self portrait, above, which was most likely the frontispiece of Harold Nelson: His Book of Bookplates Consisting of 24 Original Designs owes a debt to Renaissance images of Saint Luke like the one designed by Han Schäufelein in the collection of The British Museum.

His self portrait, above, which was most likely the frontispiece of Harold Nelson: His Book of Bookplates Consisting of 24 Original Designs owes a debt to Renaissance images of Saint Luke like the one designed by Han Schäufelein in the collection of The British Museum.

Harold Nelson: His Book Of Book-plates Consisting Of 24 Original Designs by Nelson, Harold Seller Hurley Books Published Condition As disbound, wraps badly chipped, internally clean.

Edition First Edition Item Price $. Catalog Record: J. Vinycomb, his book of book-plates, consisting of 24 original designs | HathiTrust Digital Library. The desire to possess a book-plate of one's own is in itself commendable enough, for in fixing the first copy into the first book the owner may surely be assumed to have registered a vow that he or she at least will not join the great army of book-persecutors—men and women who cannot touch a volume without maltreating it, and who, though they are often ready to describe the removal of a book.

Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Seller Inventory # This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. his bookplates and many other designs. In the American Antiquarian Society collection are ten examples of this note dated in July and August, payment for engraving this note was included in the payment of £50 to Revere, July Ifor engraving four plates, the details of which will be given later.

(See Plate no. ) After ordering. book jacket - See dust jacket. bookplate - A simple or elaborately designed label used to indicate ownership, which is usually found pasted to the inside of the front cover of a book. Bookplates were used as early asbut did not become popular in England, France, and Germany until the 18th century.

- The Arts and Crafts Movement was ignited due to the declining quality of book design and production as a cause of the Industrial Revolution.

William Morris in England was a major proponent. A transition period from Victorian design to that of Art Nouveau, artists started experimenting with the organic nature of this new style pins. The War of the Revolution naturally affected the native production of book-plates, but a few years after its close, when Boston, New York, and Philadelphia were active in publishing books, the engraver found work more plenty, and very many who were employed upon the plates for the illustration of books also produced book-plates.

{6} Nathaniel Hurd was the principal engraver of book-plates in.- Explore audreylynnwood's board "Ex Libris", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Book worms, I love books, Book lovers pins.illumination — The decoration of a page, manuscript, or book, with gold (gilding), colors, miniature paintings, intricate designs, etc.

Illumination was an art form developed in the Middle Ages. It was revived during the Victorian era by both amateur enthusiasts and professional calligraphers.