2 edition of British signed bindings in the library of King"s College, Newcastle upon Tyne found in the catalog.
British signed bindings in the library of King"s College, Newcastle upon Tyne
William Smith Mitchell
Bibliography: p. 28.
|Statement||by Wm. S. Mitchell.|
|Series||King"s College Library publications -- no. 1|
|Contributions||King"s College (University of Durham). Library.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||28|
Letter from James Raine (), Durham, to John Adamson, sending apologies for the late return of a book to the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Given in by Dr. Cuthbert Adamson, great-grandson of the recipient. Add Ms 20 - Paper pamphlet 11f. x mm. Even of late years, however, the foundation of the John Rylands Library, Chancellor Christie’s gifts and bequest to the Victoria University, the Sandars legacy to the University Library, Cambridge, and Mr. Alfred Huth’s bequest to the British Museum of any fifty books it might choose to select from his fine collection, show that the stream.
Certain queries lovingly propounded to Mr. William Prynne
Hearing on H.R. 3809, Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982
One Chinese moon
My little pony, Equestria girls: Legend of Everfree
Computerisation of the postgraduate course administration system.
Early life-stage toxicity of copper to endangered and surrogate fish species
Planning for a changing industrial structure in Puerto Rico
The childs conception of language
A thirsty evil
Ride a Pale Horse
Price-Anderson Amendments Act of 1986
New proposed forest practices rules
An accurate journal and account of the proceedings of the New-England land-forces, during the late expedition against the French settlements on Cape Breton, to the time of the surrender of Louisbourg
The dog exercising machine.
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Images and searchable text relating to selected bindings continue to be added. InWilliam London, a bookseller on the Tyne Bridge in Newcastle upon Tyne, published A Catalogue of The Most Vendible Books in England, comprising over 3, titles that London was able to provide for customers across Northumberland, Durham, Westmorland and Cumberland.
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Condition: Good. quarto illustrated soft covers, 22 pages, this publication has been produced from a larger survey of Newcastle upon Tyne and area, contains 6 page text survey of John Spencer's steelworks at Newburn with approx 18 photographs showing works, founder, Newburn bridge, church etc, 16 other pages show Newcastle and its fine.
Cheshire Book Centre. Buckley, United Kingdom +44 Joined 02 April London: Printed by Burks and Kinnebrook, Book measures 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Collation, xiv,,pp. Bound in full calf. Rebacked, retaining the period boards, flat gilt bands, leather title label.
Board of Agriculture in gilt letters on top board. Binding in good clean firm condition. Internally, occasionl light spotting. Bindings of early books in the University of Illinois Library [manuscript]: included are Oxford bindings, Cambridge bindings, English bindings Newcastle upon Tyne book than those of Oxford and Cambridge, continental bindings, bindings with owners' stamps, a list of rubbings contained herein / ([Urbana, Ill., ]), by N.
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Add. 1 -which should be used with care, as it contains occasional references to items from other Durham University Library collections, and a collection of microfilms of Durham related manuscripts from other repositories. About this Item: Printed by John Baskett, Printer to [the] Kings most Excellent Majesty for Great-Britain and for [the] University, Oxford, Hardcover.
Condition: Very Good. Two volumes. Royal folios (measuring 55cm. in height, or " x "). The rarer of two known states (the other bearing a imprint): Volume 1 (Old Testament and Apocrypha) issued with the illustrated engraved.
It is in GOOD+ condition overall Former X-LIBRARY book with usual markings Stamps,GOOD+: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, minimal wear and tear.
The city of Newcastle was founded: The city of Newcastle Upon Tyne was founded at the lowest place the Tyne could be easily crossed. The Normans built a wooden fort to safeguard the crossing. They also erected a wooden bridge. The 'new castle' was rebuilt in stone in.
The first printed catalogue of the Bamburgh Library, published by the trustees of Lord Crewe’s Charity in the later ’s, included in the preface an account of how the Sharp family’s book collection had come into the trustees’ possession (A Catalogue of the Library at Bamburgh Castle, (Durham: printed by L.
Pennington, )). The moving spirit was Archbishop Sharp’s grandson. 50vol Archaeologia Aeliana Society Antiquaries Newcastle Upon Tyne Price: £1, An extensive collection of archaeological records from the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle Upon rated throughout with many folding plates and illustrations in the text.
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From the Royal College of Surgeons of England Library. This thesis considers the adaptation of the Danse macabre (Dance of Death), a popular late medieval visual and literary theme prevalent in mural paintings, into a series of illustrated books published in France towards the end of the fifteenth century.
While the first known edition, printed in Paris in by Guy Marchant, was based on the famous and now destroyed mural from the Cemetery of. On Loan: an exhibition of borrowed art lent by artists (, Artists' Books 56) is a box of 62 small cards presented as old-style library tickets detailing works of art.
Special Collections hold two copies, one of which is a limited edition of 15 with cards personally signed by the artists. The Book of British Topography. A classified catalogue of the topographical works in the library of the British Museum relating to Great Britain and Ireland.
ANDERSON, Paul: SEE JOHNSON, Julia (ed.) ANDREW, W.J. A Numismatic History of the Reign of Henry I (). Joe lennon, outstanding footballer of the Down team won three All-Ireland medals and seven Ulster Championships and eminently qualified to write the first major football coaching book.
Signed Copy. Lennon, Joe. Fitness for Gaelic Football. Dublin. Pauls Publications. C First. p.p the least, seems not to be in the British Library at all. The book’s author, William Powell, has reportedly disowned it. But a similar and more reliable publication called The Poor Man’s James Bond (c.
) is in the GK along with four oth-er titles by its author, an eccentric survivalist named Kurt Size: 1MB. It is, however, full of notes by one of the best of English bibliographers. The British Museum Catalogue of Early Printed Books in English, 3 vols.,which is carried down toand Maitland's Early Printed Books in Lambeth Library,carried down toare also.
(Chapbooks). A Garland of New Songs. Newcastle: J Marshall, ca Woodcut illustration on title-page. 12mo, 8pp uncut; self-wrapper. Together with a facsimile of the same, printed by Hindson & Andrew Reid in conjunction with The Newcastle Imprint Club, from a copy of the chapbook in the University Library, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Newcastle upon Tyne, until 28th November The final day to see the prints at Northern Print will be Sunday 28 November, fromover the weekend of Ouseburn Open Studios: Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 November. Northern Print, Stepney Bank, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2NP. Tel: UWE Bristol. A selection of books pertaining to the book arts, particularly relating to bookbinding, printing, bookselling & library history.
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