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The Progress of British Newspapers in the 19th Century.

£29.99

Product description

Quotation from the preface " The purpose of the book is to give typical and varied examples" and contains "histories" of various groups of newspapers.
Boards red, with gilt lettering and a black design, although rather soiled and worn on the edges, corners and spine. Boards are becoming detached from block and the webbing is exposed. Ffep missing, rfep is detached but present. Pages 199-206 have closed tears approx. 7.5 cm. Pages are age toned at the edges but all text is clear, the book contains pages of advertisements for printing equipment, other interesting adverts include portable Turkish baths and a "Slater's Detectives for private enquiries" . Despite the condition, this book is full of charm.
Many advertisements include charming monochrome illustrations, there are also many photographic illustrations of newspapers, and the people concerned with their publication, throughout the book.
Heavy item which requires courier delivery.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22.5 x28.4 cms
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
207
Publisher:
Simpkin Marshall Hamilton Kent & co.
Title:
The Progress of British Newspapers in the 19th Century.

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About this item

Quotation from the preface " The purpose of the book is to give typical and varied examples" and contains "histories" of various groups of newspapers.
Boards red, with gilt lettering and a black design, although rather soiled and worn on the edges, corners and spine. Boards are becoming detached from block and the webbing is exposed. Ffep missing, rfep is detached but present. Pages 199-206 have closed tears approx. 7.5 cm. Pages are age toned at the edges but all text is clear, the book contains pages of advertisements for printing equipment, other interesting adverts include portable Turkish baths and a "Slater's Detectives for private enquiries" . Despite the condition, this book is full of charm.
Many advertisements include charming monochrome illustrations, there are also many photographic illustrations of newspapers, and the people concerned with their publication, throughout the book.
Heavy item which requires courier delivery.

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22.5 x28.4 cms
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
207
Publisher:
Simpkin Marshall Hamilton Kent & co.
Title:
The Progress of British Newspapers in the 19th Century.

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