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Old English libraries; the making, collection and use of books during the middle ages, by Ernest A. Savage. With fifty-two illustrations.

Main Author: Savage, Ernest Albert, 1877-1966.
Related Names: Hutt, James 1870-
Language(s): English
Published: London : Methuen & Co. Ltd. 1912.
Subjects: Libraries
Libraries > Great Britain.
Libraries > History > 400-1400.
Great Britain
History
Note: "Appendix A. Prices of books and materials for bookbinding.": p. 243-257. "Appendix B. List of certain classic authors found in medieval catalogues": p. 258-262. "Apprendix C. List of medieval collections of books": p. 263-285. "Appendix D. List of the principal works referred to for this book": p. 286-290.
"The book ... was planned in collaboration with ... Mr. James Hutt, M.A., but unfortunately, owing to a breakdown of health, Mr. Hutt was only able to help me in the composition of the chapter on the libraries of Oxford."--Pref.
"First published in 1911."
Physical Description: xv, 298 p. front., illus., XXXV pl. (incl. facsims.) 23 cm.
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