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THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1696-1712, A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL STUDY.
First edition. Based on the well-preserved documents relating to the press. Includes a bibliography of all items produced during this time and a list of principal types and ornaments. With the bookplate and pencil signature of Gavin Bridson. Small snag in front cover of the jacket of volume one.
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EXPOSICIÓN DE ENCUADERNACIONES ESPAÑOLAS, SIGLOS XII AL XIX.
by Rolland, Francisco Hueso
Text in Spanish. S-K 2022. First edition, one of 100 numbered copies. A scarce history of bookbinding in Spain from the 12th to the 19th century. Some of the 61 full-page plates of bindings are in color; each is protected by a tissue guard. Each of the color plates are tipped-in. These special copies are printed on much better paper and the volume is 50% thicker than the trade edition. The jacket is chipped with small tears.