Approximately 1 3/4" x 3", decorative paper boards, 66pp. Engravings by Anthony Christmas. One of 185 copies (of an edition of 285) printed on regal Queen Anne hand-made paper. A fine copy, attractively printed. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : The Whole Benefits that Paper Brings, ...
Éditeur : Denby Dale: The Fleece Press, (2002).
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Fine
Description du livre (Denby Dale): The Fleece Press, 2002, 2002. Limited edition, one of 185 copies from a total edition of 285, oblong 32mo - covers measuring 45 x 77 mm, (66) pp. 9 illustrations. Patterned boards, a fine copy. The first English language account of paper making. N° de réf. du libraire 26017
Description du livre The Fleece Press, Huddersfield, 2002. Hard Cover. État : Very Good. Anthony Christmas. (illustrateur). Miniature book, 8 x 4.5 cms. 285 copies printed. Unpaginated, b/w. illus. Fine in patterned paper boards. N° de réf. du libraire 29451
Description du livre Fleece Press, Denby Dale, 2002. One of 285 copies. 10 wood engravings by Anthony Christmas. Printed in 6 point Garamond on Queen Anne hand-made paper. 7.7 x 4.5 cms. orignal decorated paper covered boards. A very good copy. Thomas Churchyard's poem was first published in 1588. It is the first English language description of a paper mill and the art of paper making. It is about John Spilman's mill on the River Darent near Dartford in Kent. Spilman kept the monopoly oon paper making in England for over 22 years. N° de réf. du libraire 6694
Description du livre Upper Denby: Fleece Press, 2002., 2002. Miniature, 7 x 4 cm (3 x 1 1/2 inches). Thirty-three leaves, with 10 wood engravings. Boards with a pattern of foolscap watermarked papers. Enclosed in a three-part wood & copper papermaking mould. One of 100 (of 285) copies in this unusual and delightful "binding." The book is fitted in a mahogany box; a mould of papermaker's copper mesh framed in copper secured by tiny nails fits over the box; the "deckle" or wooden frame completes the binding. Churchyard's 44-stanza poem was the first English language description of a papermill and the craft of papermaking. The version printed here is an early 19th c. one. Historical introduction by the printer, Simon Lawrence. N° de réf. du libraire 12817