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by Robin Myers,Arnold Hunt,Giles Mandelbrote,Alison Shell,D. F. McKenzie

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Robin Myers,Arnold Hunt,Giles Mandelbrote,Alison Shell,D. F. McKenzie
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St Pauls Bibliographies; First Edition edition (May 1, 1997)
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The Book Trade and Its Customers, 1450–1900: Historical . Arnold Hunt, Giles Mandelbrote, Alison Shell and D. F. McKenzie. The Book Collector: Special Number for the 150th Anniversary of Bernard Quaritch 1997.

The Book Trade and Its Customers, 1450–1900: Historical Essays for Robin Myers. First Page PDF (298 KB) Permissions. The Worcester Book Trade in the Eighteenth Century. Worcestershire Historical Society Occasional Publications, No. 8. Margaret Cooper. 92(2), p. 229. First Page PDF (135 KB) Permissions. The Postmaster of Ipswich: William Stevenson Fitch, Antiquary and Thief. The Book Collector, Occasional series, Vol. 2. Janet Ing Freeman.

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Like Myers, the book is erudite and generous. It saves from obscurity a figure who is "very much a Robin Myers type of character". On the front of the dust wrapper and the title page the titular "Book Trade" is set slightly larger than "its Customers": a reflection of the respective weights of the two structural "halves" of the volume. Author - Arnold Hunt, Giles Mandelbrote and Alison Shell ISBN - 1 873040 42 3 Publisher - St Paul's Bibliographies and Oak Knoll Press Price - £4. 0 Pages - 316.

Book trade patents, 1603-40’, in A. Hunt, G. Mandelbrote and A. Shell, ed. The Book Trade and its Customers, 1450-1900: historical essays for Robin Myers (St Paul’s Bibliographies, 1997), pp 27-54. Laurence Chaderton and the Hampton Court Conference’, in C. Litzenberger and S. Wabuda, ed. Belief and Practice in sixteenth-century England: a tribute to Patrick Collinson from his students (Ashgate, 1998), pp 207-28.

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His most recent books are Hamlet and the Visual Arts, 1709-1900 (2002) and Punch and . Once you read this book you will understand the long way that. Brazil has ran to improve its economy and manage its economic stakeholders.

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The international book trade. The Colonial Booksellers' Agency. Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-176) and index. Book industries and trade - History - 19th century. Find in other libraries.

Ferdinand, C. Y. 1997 ‘Magdalen College and the book-trade: the provision of books in Oxford 1450–1550’, in Hunt, . Mandelbrote, G. and Shell, A. (ed., The book trade and its customers, 1450–1900: historical essays for Robin Myers, Winchester and New Castle DE. Foley, S. M. and Miller, C. H., The Answer to a poisoned Book, 1985; XV. Gibson, R. W. 1961 St Thomas More: a preliminary bibliography of his works and of Moreana to the year 1750, New Haven and London. Gleason, J. B. 1982 ‘The earliest evidence for ecclesiastical censorship of printed books in England’, The Library.

This volume of essays on the history of the book and the book trade celebrates the distinguished contribution made by Robin Myers, for many years Honorary Archivist of the Stationers' Company and recently elected President of the Bibliographical Society (London).Drawing on new research and much previously unpublished material, these studies focus on two themes which Robin Myers has made her own: the historical development of the British book trade and the history of book ownership, collecting and libraries.