its printers, illustrators, and binders, from Gutenberg to the present time.
By Henri Bouchot ... with a treatise on the art of collecting and describing early printed books, and a Latin-English and English-Latin topographical index of the earliest printing places. Ed. by H. Grevel. Containing one hundred and seventy-two fac-similes of early topography, book illustrations, printers marks, bindings, numerous borders, initials, head and tail pieces, and a frontispiece.
|Main Author:||Bouchot, Henri, 1849-1906.|
|Related Names:||Einsle, Anton 1848-1897., Grevel, H. , Bigmore, E. C. 1838?-1899.|
|Language(s):||English ; French|
New York : Scribner and Welford, 1890.
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"The art of describing and cataloguing incunabula" (p. -351) is a translation of Die Incunabel-Bibliographie, von A. Einsle, Wien, 1888.
First English translation by E. C. Bigmore, 1887 has title: The printed book; its history, illustration and adornment.
xv, 383 p. incl. front., illus., ports., facsims.
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