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5 edition of William Caxton 1424-1491: Bound with found in the catalog.

William Caxton 1424-1491: Bound with

Henry R. Plomer

William Caxton 1424-1491: Bound with

Robert Wyer, Printer and Bookseller (Thoemmes Press- Thoemmes Library of Printing and the Book Trade)

by Henry R. Plomer

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Published by Thoemmes Continuum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography: general,
  • Printing, packaging & reprographic industry,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • General,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / General,
  • Editors, Journalists, Publishers

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11906086M
    ISBN 101843713608
    ISBN 109781843713609
    OCLC/WorldCa51233959

    Book 1 Chapter 4 - The Early Modern Book. STUDY. PLAY. A History of Troy - Translated and printed by William Caxton - The first book to be printed in English. Assemblage. In the case of problematic fragments or multiple versions of texts there is no single 'work' to provide the definitive standard for reproductions. Thinking of these in terms. FINE REPRODUCTION OF WILLIAM CAXTON’S ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT TRANSLATION OF OVID’S METAMORPHOSES (CAXTON, William) OVID. The Metamorphoses of Ovid. Translated by William Caxton, Boards Hard front and rear covers of a bound book which are covered in cloth, leather or paper. “Original boards” refers .

    Rare ‘unknown’ 15th century text by English print pioneer William Caxton found in book spine could fetch £, The two pages from a priest handbook were found in . J.H. Gipson said the company did not intend to become a book publisher, but rather drifted into the publishing field. Early on, Caxton printed a few books for aspiring authors, mostly paper bound. The first real publishing venture was in , Fred E. Lukens’ Idaho Citizen. A commercial success, the book also was adopted as an Idaho school.

    About this Item: T Nelson and Sons, Condition: Good. With 12 engravings from eminent artists. Moderate wear to blue pictorial boards, gilt titles, content clean with some spotting to page ends, previous owners writing to front blank page - one dated , solidly bound, no DJ. WILLIAM CAXTON (c. ), the first English printer, was born somewhere in the Weald of Kent, perhaps at Tenterden. The name, which was apparently pronounced Cauxton, is identical with Causton, the name of a manor in the parish of Hadlow, and was a fairly common surname in the 15th century.


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Edward Gordon Duff. Caxton club. Death Edit. Caxton's precise date of death is uncertain, but estimates from the records of his burial in St.

Margaret's, Westminster, tend to show that he died near March of the calendar year However, George D. Painter makes numerous references to the year in his book William Caxton: A biography as the year of Caxton's death.

Book binding began in Egypt, with the earliest bound books dating back to the fourth century. They consisted of a papyrus binding with wood boards, covered in animal skin. and as the first person to print books in English, William Caxton stands at the start of a major lineage of literary history.

Caxton is credited with, among other things Author: Chad De Lisle. CHRONICLES OF ENGLAND The Chronicles of England. Westminster: William Caxton, 10 June Bv 31 This work, compiled by Caxton, is largely based on the Brut which gives an account of the history of England from the time that "Albyne with his susters entred into this isle" until the accession of Edward IV.

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A respected translator, Caxton traveled extensively in Europe and probably learned the printing trade in Germany. After returning to England, he opened his own printing business.The Lyme Caxton Missal is an incunable or early printed book containing the liturgy of the Mass according to the Sarum Rite, published in by William Caxton.

The copy at Lyme Park, Cheshire, England, is the only nearly complete surviving copy of its earliest known edition.