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Origines typographicae / Gerardo Meerman auctore.

Main Author: Meerman, Gerard, 1722-1771.
Related Names: Perronneau, Jean-Baptiste 1715-1783., Polack, Abraham Isaak. , Schouman, Aert 1710-1792., Houbraken, Jacobus 1698-1780., Wilcox, Thomas (Bookseller) , Bure, Guillaume-François de 1731-1782., Daalen, Nicolaas van.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Hagae Comitum : Apud Nicolaum van Daalen ; MDCCLXV [1765]
Subjects: Coster, Lourens Janszoon, > approximately 1370-1439.
Incunabula > Netherlands > Haarlem > Bibliography > Early works to 1800.
Printing > Netherlands > Haarlem > History > Origin and antecedents.
Printing > History > Origin and antecedents.
Haarlem (Netherlands) > Imprints > Early works to 1800.
Engravings > Netherlands > 18th century.
Note: Includes index.
Errata: v. 2, p. [223]-234.
The portrait of Lourens Coster is engraved by J. Houbraken after A. Schouman; the plates of the print specimens are engraved by A.I. Polack.
Frontispiece portrait of Gerard Meerman engraved after a painting by Jean Baptiste Perronneau.
Signatures: v. 1: 3*² A-2I⁴ 2K²; v. 2: *⁴ A-2D⁴ 2E² 2F-2Q⁴ 2R².
Vol. 1: XI, [1], 260 p., [3] leaves of plates; v. 2: VIII, 312 p., [10] leaves of plates.
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill., ports. ; 26 cm. (4to)
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