English & Scottish Printing Types, 1501-58, 1508-58 - Vol. 2

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FACSIMILES AND ILLUSTRATIONS
NO. II

ENGLISH & SCOTTISH
PRINTING TYPES
1501-35 * 1508-41

COLLECTED AND ANNOTATED BY
FRANK ISAAC

PRINTED FOR THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY
AT THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
1930

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English & Scottish Printing Types, 1501-58, 1508-58 - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • List of Facsimiles x
  • Alphabetical Index xii
  • English Types 1501-1535 1
  • Wynkyn De Worde 1501-1534 3
  • Richard Pynson 1501-1530 27
  • Julian Notary Second Period. 1501-1520 55
  • William Faques 1504-[1508] 63
  • Richard Faques 1509-1530 71
  • Hugo Goes 1509 79
  • John Rastell [1512]--1536 83
  • Ursin Mylner 1511-1516 103
  • Robert Copland 1514-[1548] 107
  • John Scolar 1517-1528 113
  • Charles Kyrfoth 1518-1519 113
  • Charles Kyrfoth 1518-1519 114
  • Henry Pepwell 1518-1524 117
  • John Siberch 1520-1522 121
  • John Skot 1521-1537 125
  • Peter Treveris 1522-1532 133
  • Richard Bankes First Period 1523-1528 139
  • Robert Redman 1525-1540 143
  • Thomas Rychard 1525-1534 155
  • Thomas Berthelet Pre-Device Period [1525]-1534 159
  • Robert Wyer 'Norwich Rents' Period [1526]-1536 173
  • Laurence Andrewe 1527 181
  • John Butler [1529] 187
  • William Rastell 1530-1534 191
  • Thomas Godfray 1532-[1536] 199
  • John Byddell 1534-1544 209
  • John Herford St. Albans Period) 1534-1539 219
  • Scottish Types 1508-1541 223
  • Walter Chepman and Andrew Myllar 1507-1510 225
  • The Printer of 'the Twa Marrit Wemen and the Wedo', Etc. 237
  • The Printer of the Aberdeen Donatus 241
  • [the Printer of 'A Gest of Robyn Hode'] 245
  • John Story 251
  • Thomas Davidson [1530]-1541 255
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