FUND OG FORSKNING I DET KONGELIGE BIBLIOTEKS SAMLINGER.
23 issues, volumes II (1955)-XXIV (1980). This periodical features articles stemming from or relating to the collections of the Royal Library in Copenhagen. Article topics range from early Danish printers' and publishers' marks to silver filigree bindings. While many articles center on specifically Danish topics, an equal amount address subjects of a more international scope. For example, volume XXIII includes an article on a picture book from colonial Georgia, USA. Illustrated throughout in black-and-white. In Danish with English summaries of each article at rear of journal. Volume XX features an index of all prior issues. A rare yet important 20th century journal.
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SIR WILLIAM ALEXANDER AND AMERICAN COLONIZATION
by Slafter, Edmund F.
Limited to 160 copies of which this in one of ten large paper copies. (Howes S-539). Engraved frontispiece. This volume contains a Memoir of William Alexander, a bibliography, Royal Charters of New Scotland, and Canada, Roll of the Knights Baronets of New Scotland, and Patents for the County of Canada and Long Island. Fold out map of New Scotland. With Prince Society information, publications and an index. Unbound sheets. Pages uncut. Front wrapper soiled and slightly chipped. The last several groups of sheets are stained at the top corner.