Title Printing at the Daniel Press, Being a Description and Analysis of Fifty-Two Proof and Rejected Sheets from the Press of the Reverend Henry Daniel at Worcester College, Oxford in the Late Nineteenth Century, with some Deductions Regarding his Printing Practices.
Book Condition Collectible: Like New
Edition First Edition
Publisher Bath: The Old School Press, 2011
189993328X / 9781899933280
Seller ID CH814-181
LIMITED EDITION of 95 copies, this is number 61 printed with machine-set 12 point Caslon with title text in Caslon Old Face added by hand, printed on Turkey Mill wove paper. 4to. 9 1/4 x 7 inches. [viii], (24) pp. 12 color plates; text clean, unmarked. Quarter tan cloth, blue paper over boards, printed paper spine label, blue end-papers; binding square and tight. Fine. By studying proof sheets surviving from the Daniel Press, Ould provides a thorough analysis of C. H. O. Daniel's printing methods, including design, type, composition, proofing, and correcting errors.
Martyn Ould, Printing at the Daniel Press Being a Description and Analysis of Fifty-Two Proof and Rejected Sheets from the Press of the Reverend Henry Daniel at Worcester College Oxford in the Late Nineteenth Century with some Deductions Regarding his Printing Practices, Daniel Press, Printing History