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ART OF THE FRENCH BOOK, FROM EARLY MANUSCRIPTS TO THE PRESENT TIME.|THE by  Andre (editor) Lejard - Hardcover - 1947 - from Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press (SKU: 3848)

ART OF THE FRENCH BOOK, FROM EARLY MANUSCRIPTS TO THE PRESENT TIME.|THE

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ART OF THE FRENCH BOOK, FROM EARLY MANUSCRIPTS TO THE PRESENT TIME.|THE

by Lejard, Andre (editor)

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London: Paul Elek, 1947. cloth. 4to. cloth. 166 pages, 182 plates. S-K 1942. With chapters on manuscripts by Van Moe, the French Book in the XVth and XVI Century by Brun, in the XVII and XVIII Centuries by Wilhelm, in the XIX Century by Michel, the French book in the XX Century by Guignard. Many of the plates are in color. No dust jacket. Covers worn around edges.

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Bookseller
Oak Knoll Books/Oak Knoll Press US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
3848
Title
ART OF THE FRENCH BOOK, FROM EARLY MANUSCRIPTS TO THE PRESENT TIME.|THE
Author
Lejard, Andre (editor)
Format/binding
Cloth
Book condition
Used
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Paul Elek
Place of Publication
London
Date published
1947

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Oak Knoll Books was founded in 1976 by Bob Fleck, a chemical engineer by training, who let his hobby get the best of him. Somehow making oil refineries more efficient using mathematics and computers paled in comparison to the joy of handling books. Oak Knoll Press, the second part of the business, was established in 1978 as a logical extension of Oak Knoll Books. Oak Knoll Books is a thriving company that maintains an inventory of about 20,000 titles. Our main specialties are books about bibliography, book collecting, book design, book illustration, book selling, bookbinding, bookplates, children's books, Delaware books, fine press books, forgery, graphic arts, libraries, literary criticism, marbling, papermaking, printing history, publishing, typography & type specimens, and writing & calligraphy - plus books about the history of all of these fields.

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