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Printing in the Fifteenth Century

Printing in the Fifteenth Century

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Printing in the Fifteenth Century

by Winship, George Parker

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Volume is completely solid, binding undamaged in any way, all pages tight and bright, with perhaps a touch of age-darkening. Has some staining on endpapers. Spine appears faded, even though it has been protected by an untorn, unclipped dust jacket. Dust jacket shows some soiling, tanning of spine.

A publication of the Rosenbach Fellowship in Bibliography.

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Bookseller
Setton Book Collection US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
187
Title
Printing in the Fifteenth Century
Author
Winship, George Parker
Format/Binding
Red cloth, author, title in black lettering on spine
Book Condition
Used - Very Good-
Jacket Condition
Good
Quantity Available
1
Edition
First
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press
Place of Publication
Philadelphia
Date Published
1940
Weight
0.00 lbs
Keywords
Gutenberg, printing in Germany, Rome and Venice, early printing in Hebrew, early printing in Greek
Bookseller catalogs
Italian Renaissance; Medieval History;
Size
8 1/2" x 6"

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European history, with a loose focus on the late medieval/early Renaissance period, including the Crusades; some first or contemporary editions from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries; some scholarly works in English, French, German, Italian, Modern Greek, Catalan, Russian.Some works from the libraries of Reeve Shley at Ripplebrook; John L. La Monte; Kenneth M. Setton; Howard Ellison Whitney; Wilhelmina, Duchess of Cleveland; Washington Shirley, 9th Earl Ferrers, Joseph Harrison Brazier; Duke Georg Alexander of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.Also some exotic Americana and other eclectic gems that have serendipitously popped up over the years."I just wanted to say that the service and quality of the book received from 'Setton Book Collection' was exceptional. I am very pleased with the book: A Narrative of the Conversion and Death of Count Struensee. 5 star service all the way.Best Regards,Pete,London, England13 October 2020

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