ÉTUDE SUR LOUIS PERRIN, IMPRIMEUR LYONNAIS
Text in French. Limited to an edition of 850 printed on satin laid paper by Lana. A look at Perrin by a friend and contemporary. Includes 34 pages of illustrations of Perrin's typography and printing. Introduction and notes by Laurent Guillo. Afterword by René Ponot.
More On This Subject - -
> PRINTING HISTORY, NINETEENTH CENTURY
> TYPOGRAPHY, NINETEENTH CENTURY
> PONOT, RENE
> BIOGRAPHY, NINETEENTH CENTURY
> PERRIN, LOUIS
Books of related interests - -
> Grinevald, Paul-Marie (editor), LES PRESSES À PÉDALE.
> Ponot, René, LOUIS PERRIN & L'ÉNIGME DES AUGUSTAUX
> Nodier, Charles, CRITIQUES DE L'IMPRIMERIE
> Laurent, LA FONDERIE TYPOGRAPHIQUE.
DODSLEY'S COLLECTION OF POETRY.
by Courtney, William Prideaux.
Printed in an edition limited to 75 copies for private circulation. The most famous collections of poetry before the middle of the eighteenth century was the volumes brought out by the industrious and deservedly respected bookseller, Robert Dodsley. The first part of the collection came out in three volumes in 1748, the fourth in 1755 and the last two in 1756 in which twenty-two poets contributed to the collection. Includes bibliography and index. Front hinge cracked and covers worn around the edges.