SHAKSPERE AND TYPOGRAPHY BEING AN ATTEMPT TO SHOW SHAKSPERE'S PERSONAL CONNECTION WITH, AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF, THE ART OF PRINTING. Also, Remarks upon some Common Typographical Errors, with Especial Reference to the Text of Shakspere.

  • New York: Burt Franklin, (1969).
  • 8vo.
  • cloth.
  • viii, 78 pages.

Price: $12.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 36045

Reprint of the 1872 first edition. (Bigmore & Wyman I, 66). Interesting study by this master of printing and printing history.

SHAKSPERE AND TYPOGRAPHY BEING AN ATTEMPT TO SHOW SHAKSPERE'S PERSONAL CONNECTION WITH, AND TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE OF, THE ART OF PRINTING. Also, Remarks upon some Common Typographical Errors, with Especial Reference to the Text of Shakspere. William Blades.