THE PRINTER, FROM THE PRINTERS' CARNIVAL BY JAMES KELLY.
Limited to 100 copies. Reprint of this 19th century English poem on printing. Humorous. A whimsical production by Geoffrey and Paul Wakeman of the Plough Press. Some wrinkling.
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> UNITED KINGDOM
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MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MANUSCRIPT BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY ...
by Schutzner, Svato
A guide to the manuscript collections in the Library of Congress. Volume 1 includes Bibles, liturgical works and books of hours. Foreword by William Matheson (director of the library's rare book and special collections division), preface, acknowledgements, list of abbreviations. and listings of abbreviations and color plates. Includes MS-1 through MS-64 of the library's collections, Bibles, Liturgies, and Books of Hours. Very detailed descriptive information about each entry. Three tables give detailed comparative textual information. Indices of former owners, secundo folio, initia, and a concordance of the library's old and new catalogue designations. Beautiful illustrations. 26 color plates; black and white plates throughout. Volume II includes works on theology and the canon law with detailed descriptions, illustrations, and indices as in Volume I. 21 color plates and black and white illustrations throughout. Three appendices. Concordance of old and new designations.