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Author Name    Charles Brightly and Thomas Hodgson (1755-1850).

Title   The Method of Founding Stereotype.

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   New

Type   Hardcover

Publisher   New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1982

ISBN Number    0824038835 / 9780824038830

Seller ID   IY1114-026

Two Volumes in One. WITH: HODGSON, Thomas (1755-1850). An Essay on the Origin and Progress of Stereotype Printing. With a New Introduction by Michael L. Turner. FACSIMILE REPRINTS. Series: Nineteenth-Century Book Arts and Printing History, No. 9. 8vo. 8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches. [xviii], 60; xii, (180), [4] pp. 3 plates in Brightly's work; text clean, unmarked. Brown cloth, gilt spine; binding square and tight. Fine. Brightly's work first appeared in 1809; Hodgson's in 1820. Brightly's work is a mere pamphlet, and is extremely rare in the wild; it was the earliest public account of the process invented by Lord Stanhope. Hodgson in turn was the foremost authority on the topic of stereotype printing in 1820 England.

Charles Brightly, Thomas Hodgson, The Method of Founding Stereotype, An Essay on the Origin and Progress of Stereotype Printing, Introduction by Michael L. Turner, Garland Reprint, Nineteenth-Century Book Arts and Printing History, Stereotype, Printing History, Lord Stanhope

Price = 85.00 USD

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