An Encyclopedia of the Book: Terms Used in Paper-Making, Printing, Bookbinding and Publishing

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GEOFFREY ASHALL GLAISTER

British Council Librarian


An Encyclopedia of the Book
TERMS USED IN PAPER-MAKING, PRINTING BOOKBINDING AND PUBLISHING WITH NOTES ON ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS BIBLIOPHILES, PRIVATE PRESSES AND PRINTING SOCIETIES

Including Illustrations and Translated Extracts from GRAFISK UPPSLAGSBOK (Esselte, Stockholm)

THE WORLD PUBLISHING COMPANY

CLEVELAND AND NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Plates xv
  • A 1
  • Addenda 16
  • B 17
  • Addenda 51
  • C 53
  • Addenda 95
  • D 97
  • E 117
  • F 129
  • Addenda 150
  • G 151
  • H 167
  • I 185
  • Addenda 201
  • J 203
  • K 207
  • L 213
  • Addenda 244
  • M 245
  • Addendum 271
  • N 273
  • O 281
  • Addenda 291
  • P 293
  • Addenda 335
  • Q 337
  • R 341
  • Addenda 363
  • S 365
  • T 401
  • Addenda 424
  • Addendum 428
  • Addendum 433
  • W 435
  • Addendum 448
  • X 449
  • Y 450
  • Z 451
  • Appendix A - Some Type Specimens 453
  • Appendix B - Latin Place Names as Used in the Imprints Early Printed Books 461
  • Appendix C - The Contemporary Private Press 465
  • Appendix D - Proof Correction Symbols 471
  • Appendix E - A Short Reading LIst 477
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