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Journal of the Printing Historical Society - Number 7 - 2004

£10.00

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VGC, tiny dog-ear to bottom front corner. New Series.

Journal, New Series 7 (2004) includes the following articles: Reconstructing a Senefelder pole press, Alan May & Michael Twyman; Horace Hart and the University Press, Oxford 1883–1915, Charles Batey, with annotations by R. M. Ritter; The birth of Hart's Rules, R. M. Ritter; Hansard's typographical banknote, Paul W. Nash. Reviews are by Peter Hinds, Richard Lawrence, Marja Smolenaars, David Shaw, Ben Annis, Catherine Armstrong, John Hinks, Lucy Lewis, Karen Osborne, Maureen Bell, John Feather and David Stoker.

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Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
18.5 x 24.5 x 0.8 cm
Edition:
2004
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
00795321
Number of pages:
92
Publisher:
PHS
Title:
Journal of the Printing Historical Society - NS 7, 2004

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VGC, tiny dog-ear to bottom front corner. New Series.

Journal, New Series 7 (2004) includes the following articles: Reconstructing a Senefelder pole press, Alan May & Michael Twyman; Horace Hart and the University Press, Oxford 1883–1915, Charles Batey, with annotations by R. M. Ritter; The birth of Hart's Rules, R. M. Ritter; Hansard's typographical banknote, Paul W. Nash. Reviews are by Peter Hinds, Richard Lawrence, Marja Smolenaars, David Shaw, Ben Annis, Catherine Armstrong, John Hinks, Lucy Lewis, Karen Osborne, Maureen Bell, John Feather and David Stoker.

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
18.5 x 24.5 x 0.8 cm
Edition:
2004
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
00795321
Number of pages:
92
Publisher:
PHS
Title:
Journal of the Printing Historical Society - NS 7, 2004

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