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A bibliography of the first editions of published and privately printed books and pamphlets
Reprint of the 1925 ed.
|Statement||by Austin Dobson. With a pref. by Sir Edmund Gosse.|
|Series||Essays in literature and criticism,, no. 78, Burt Franklin bibliography and reference series,, no. 354.|
|LC Classifications||Z8234 .D63 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 88 p.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||73123509|
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Bibliography of the first editions of published and privately printed books and pamphlets. New York, B. Franklin  (OCoLC) Named Person: Austin Dobson; Austin Dobson: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alban Dobson.
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London: First Edition Club. A Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, and Broadsides about Joseph Conrad Compiled by John G. Peters, University of North Texas – Commentaries Curle, Richard.
Joseph Conrad: A Study. What is a first edition. A first edition is the first printed appearance (also known as printing) of a book. Sometimes this can also indicate the first printed appearance of a particular edition (for example: first illustrated edition or first UK edition).
First editions of notable or important books are often highly sought after by book. A Short-title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad First published in Popularly known as “STC,” A bibliography of the first editions of published and privately printed books and pamphlets book work was first compiled by Redgrave, an architect, engineer and art historian and Pollard, Keeper of Printed Books at the British Museum, who warned all users that.
A reprinted book, also called a republished book, is one that has been previously published. Often, publishers will reprint classic books from decades or centuries ago or will reprint a book in a different form, such as hardcover or paperback. When citing a reprinted book. Books Pamphlets and Newspapers Printed at Newark New Jersey r9oo.
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Dobson. American bibliography: a chronological dictionary of all books, pamphlets and periodical publications printed in the United States of America from the genesis of printing in down to and including the year ;with bibliographical and biographical notes.
In other words, they are the 'go-to' works needed to properly identify the divers editions of books collectors seek, and are cited as the authority for stating 'such-n-so' volume is a first edition, or, for example, 'the first book published by San Francisco's Grabhorn Press'.
First Edition: In the strictest sense, "first edition" refers to a copy of a book printed from the first setting of type, constituting the first public appearance of the text in that form.
Subsequent changes to the printed text through corrections of the original typesetting produces different "states" and "issues" but not a new edition. Illustrated. 1 vols. 8vo.
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Seller Inventory # First Dublin edition published in by William Gilbert. (Egerer: 4) Shelfmark: RB.s 'Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect' The first London edition, published by A Strahan, T Cadell and W Creech in (Egerer: 5) Shelfmark: L.C 'The calf' Published inthis is probably the first chapbook issue of any of Burns's poems.
This bibliography, by Robert Blanchard, is now very hard to find but a recent fully illustrated update by Kenneth Hillier and Michael Ross, The First Editions of John Buchan: A Collector’s Illustrated Bibliography is a useful guide for the serious collector.
Buchan is a writer with something to offer almost every taste in literature. English Bible in America; a Bibliography of Editions of the Bible & the New Testament Published in America,Hill, Margaret: New York, American Bible Society, Farrah’s Guide.
Comments: Not price guides but invaluable for edition info for Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books. ("The views considered are those of Benjamin Franklin and the first four Presidents of the United States.") New York: Bergman Publishers, First edition published EM47 Michigan Bureau of Library Services, Negroes in Michigan: A Selected Bibliography.
Lansing, MI: ZN39 M5. Michigan Civil Rights Commission. The Rare Book Collection contains overprinted books, pamphlets, broadsides and other material, with imprints between the fifteenth and twentieth centuries.
The collection has developed from the early years of the school, and now includes all of the Library’s pre holdings and most pre American imprints. A supplement to the bibliography first published in by Oak Knoll Press of New Castle, Delaware which work serves as a short-title catalogue of more than early printed editions of the Roman poet Virgil, from the first edition in up to and including books published in Each entry contains information on the printer and place.
Books. Pamphlets and Newspapers Printed at Newark, New Jersey, (Newark): Privately printed, 8vo, pp. copies printed. Hoe, Robert. A Short History of the Printing Press, and of the Improve- ments in printing machinery from the time of Guttenberg up to the present day.
Printed and published for Robert Hoe, New York, Privately Printed,London. Reprinted as "Phallicism"; Privately Printed, circaLondon viii + pp., with a bibliography Comment: Red cover stamping: the word "Phallism." A later edition -- with different interior typesetting but matching binding -- is cover-stamped "Crux Ansata" and bears an image of an ankh.
Bibliography, the systematic cataloging, study, and description of written and printed works, especially books. Bibliography is either (1) the listing of works according to some system (descriptive, or enumerative, bibliography) or (2) the study of works as tangible objects (critical, or analytical, bibliography).
Title of book: Subtitle if any (Edition if given and is not first edition). Publisher Name. Publisher Name. Note: When a work is published by an organization that is also its author, begin the entry with the title, skipping the author element, and list the organization only as publisher.
The South, Old and New: A History, New York: Knopf, First edition published in under title: The South, Old and New: A History, FS5 Simmons, Richard, The Black Business Community: Survival or Failure, a Positive Approach for Minority Economic Development.
Acknowledgements for the First Edition xvii Acknowledgements for the Second Edition xviii Preface to the Third Edition xxi Preface to the Revised Third Edition xxiii A. Books and pamphlets 1 B. Contributions to books C.
Contributions to periodicals D. Translations E. Manuscripts F. Books and pamphlets about D. Lawrence Books. This article is more the top list in full. This article is more than 14 years old. Values relate to first editions in very good condition ) £50,++ =6) Poems by WH Auden.
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Among them is a copy of the Doctrina breve, written by Juan de Zumarraga, the first bishop of Mexico, at whose instigation the printing press was introduced into the New World. Earlier publications are known to have been issued from this press, but, with the exception of a few fragments of one of.
The first to establish a Hebrew printing-press and to cut Hebrew type (according to Ginsburg, in the Chwolson Memorial Volume, p. 62) was Abraham b. Ḥayyim dei Tintori, or Dei Pinti, in He printed the first Hebrew book in (Ṭur Yoreh De'ah).
In there appeared the first printed part of the Bible in an edition of copies. Note that the book additionally contains under a separate title page, The Whole Book of Psalms in Metre; with Hymns suited to the Feasts and Fasts of the Church and other Occasions of Public Worship, also published by Hall & Sellers in My copy of the book has 12 pages missing or damaged, covering the last page of the Private Baptism of Infants, all of the Baptism of Adults, and the.
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In Red. I have been selling rare Mormon books for almost 30 years. During that time, I’ve seen the price of a first edition Book of Mormon  increase from around $5, in the late s to an astonishing $, in With a six-figure price tag, I think that most people would be surprised to learn that on a list of the “Ten Most Expensive Mormon Books“, a first edition Book of Mormon.
The earliest known European printed book is a quarto, the Sibyllenbuch, believed to have been printed by Gutenberg in –53, before the Gutenberg Bible, surviving only as a is also used as a general description of size of books that are about 12 inches (30 cm) tall, and as such does not necessarily indicate the actual printing format of the books, which may even be unknown.
First editions of popular genre books from bygone eras with excellent or unusual illustrations and/or dust jackets in very good condition. First editions of early children’s books by notable writers and/or illustrators. Limited edition or out-of-print books of local interest – to other locales.
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ABOUT THE ELECTRONIC EDITION Claude E. Spencer's "Alexander Campbell, His Writings" was first published in Discipliana, Vol.
20, No. 4., September (pp. 55) and No. 6, January (pp. 81, 87). Thanks to Peter M. Morgan, President of the Disciples of Christ Historical Society, for permission to reprint this bibliography as an electronic text at the Restoration. The River War – First Edition, Second Impression Both volumes are inscribed by Churchill in Calgary Only copies of this first edition, second impression were printed.
This is a rebound copy of the first edition, second impression River War, 2 Vols. It is rebound in full navy blue morocco with title labels in contrasting leather. Book - Print. For print books, bibliographic information can be found on the TITLE PAGE.
This page has the complete title of the book, author(s) and publication information. The publisher information will vary according to the publisher - sometimes this page will include the name of the publisher, the place of publication and the date. The Actes and Monuments, popularly known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs, is a work of Protestant history and martyrology by Protestant English historian John Foxe, first published in by John includes a polemical account of the sufferings of Protestants under the Catholic Church, with particular emphasis on England and book was highly influential in those countries and.
Brown, Taggard and Chase (First editions of books # ) and Brown, Taggard and Chase was the successor to W. J. Reynolds. It did the first editions of books # It also published reprints of all ten books.
Except for the title page, the books are the same as the previous Reynolds' published books. 7 x Sexual Inversion was published first in a German translation in ; the first English edition was London, Inthe book was labelled in a court of law as filthy, lewd, and obscene and confiscated by the police.
(privately printed by the Manchester Labour Press), Carpenter wrote a series of articles and pamphlets on homosexuality.