2 edition of Four reproductions of type specimen broadsides of the eighteenth century. found in the catalog.
Four reproductions of type specimen broadsides of the eighteenth century.
Douglas C. McMurtrie
Written in English
Two by William Caslon, London; one by Alex Wilson and Sons, Glasgow; and another by the University Printing House, Oxford.
|Contributions||Caslon, William, 1692-1766., Alex Wilson and Sons., University Printing House (Oxford)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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18th Century Trade Binding One of the first full leather bindings that I did at NBSS was a calfskin binding in the style of trade bindings popular in the 18th Century. The textblock is sewn on single raised cords that are laced into the boards. Engraved in the Early Part of the Eighteenth Century in Chiswell Street, London by William Caslon. H. W. Caslon & Co. Ltd. London, n.d. (). Printed by Geo. W. Jones at The Sign of the Dolphin. Multiple colors. With a history of Caslon, various illustrations, a foldout facsimile of the specimen sheet issued by Caslon and type specimens.
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Get this from a library. Four reproductions of type specimen broadsides of the eighteenth century. [Douglas C McMurtrie]. In the introduction McMurtrie writes: "There are here reproduced in considerable reduction four specimen broadsides of the eighteenth century English typefounders.
Perhaps the principle motive responsible for their reproduction is a desire to call to mind this delightful form of showing typefaces, so often resorted to by typefounders of an earlier day but now - regrettably - become almost obsolete.".
Four Reproductions of Type Specimen Broadsides of the Eighteenth Century: Two by William Caslon, London; One by Alex Wilson and Sons, Glasgow; and Another by the University Printing House, Oxford.
by McMurtrie, Douglas C., introductory note. Chicago Four Reproductions of Type Specimen Broadsides of the Eighteenth Century: Two by William Caslon, London; One by Alex Wilson and Sons, Glasgow; and Another by the University Printing House, Oxford. by McMurtrie, Douglas C., introductory note.
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BROADSIDES. A broadside is a limited edition print with literary content. It is a poster with a poem in it, and usually, an image. This definition changes, however, depending upon which century you happen to be in. At one time it would have been hard to know anything about anything without broadsides.
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Boulle or Buhl. This term is a tribute to the cabinetmaker Andre Charles Boulle who worked in the late 17th and early 18th century in France. Each showing is followed by notes on the types in the four languages of the title and the specimen concludes with full alphabet, and where applicable, figures and points) samples of the type faces.
£ ENSCHEDÉ en ZONEN. [SPECIMEN BOOK OF TYPEFACES.]. Pamela was a typical English product of the shift from the seventeenth-century book production, where the output of print shops had constituted mainly of religious literature, to the eighteenth century, and an enormous surge in the volume of printed matter.
The cost of printing was on a decline, and the kinds of reading material offered to the. Late works printed by Giambattista Bodoni reflect the contemporary late eighteenth-century _____ style.
neoclassical Pierre Simon Fournier Le Jeune' s type specimen book, Modèles des caractères de l'imprimerie, presented transitional roman forms based on the Romain du Roi letters from Eighteenth Century Collections Online containsprinted works comprising more than 26 million scanned facsimile pages of English-language and foreign-language titles printed in the United Kingdom between the years and While the majority of works in ECCO are in the English language, researchers will also discover a rich vein of works printed in Dutch, French, German, Italian.
Took significant steps toward the totally printed book; printed the first book, Calendarium, with a complete title page used to identify a book and most likely the first book printed in more than one color in one press run; used woodcut borders and initials as design elements; his tendency to use a three-sided woodcut border on the title page became a trademark; printed first printer's type.
The pride of every book printer was the publication of a type specimen book—a typographical manual. Fournier's masterpiece, the Manuel Typographique was intended to be four volumes but only two were completed— one included the first account of punch cutting and type founding written by a punch cutter, the another displayed his typographic.
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The mechanization of book production by such means as movable type was sought by printers in Germany, the Netherlands, France, and Italy. In in Mainz, Germany, it was _____ who first brought together the complex systems and subsystems necessary to print a typographic book.
Four portraits: Studies of the 18th century [Peter Quennell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Posts Index to Printing History. This page indexes articles, subjects, authors and reviews published in Printing History, the biannual journal of the American Printing History the issue column, the prefixes “OS” and “NS” indicate original series or new series and the numbers links to a table of contents.
Individual issues can be purchased or found at a major research. Although the use of display faces began in earnest only in the nineteenth century, eighteenth-century taste in book design was receptive to elaborately decorative letterforms In the s, François Ambroise Didot perfected the points-to-the-inch system elaborated in Fournier's Manuel Typographique, first published in.
The New Blazing Star Press revives historical fonts, borders, ornaments, rules, and woodcut artwork from the 18th and 19th centuries, copying every letter from original type specimen, business directories, broadsides, and advertisements printed over years ago.The Kelmscott Bookshop.
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