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Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton to 1535

Henry Robert Plomer

Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton to 1535

a chapter in English printing

by Henry Robert Plomer

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Published by Norwood Editions in Norwood, PA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Worde, Wynkyn de, d. 1534?,
    • Printing -- England -- History -- 16th century.,
    • Printers -- Great Britain -- Biography.,
    • England -- Imprints.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Henry R. Plomer.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ151 .P73 1978
      The Physical Object
      Pagination263 p. :
      Number of Pages263
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4717784M
      ISBN 10084822115X
      LC Control Number78004471
      OCLC/WorldCa3748521

      Wynkyn de Worde & His Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to ; a Chapter in English Printing: A Chapter in English Printing By Henry R. Plomer Grafton & Co., Read preview Overview Aldus Manutius and His Thesaurus Cornucopiae of By Aldus Manutius; Antje Lemke Syracuse University Press, Besides these, and some smaller forms, Wynkyn de Worde used a large architectural device, sometimes enclosed with a border of four pieces, the upper and lower of which seem to have afterwards come into the possession of John Skot. Wynkyn de Worde died in .

      Aronoff, however, moves beyond Blake’s speculation to note that de Worde’s consistency spans a range of twenty years, from the time de Worde assumes control of . books, perhaps even his first, was based on Caxton's second Greg, p. 9 Henry R. Plomer, Wynkyn de Worde ^ His Contemporaries From The Death of Caxton to A Chapter in English Printing (London: Grafton & Co., ), p.

      Fishpond Indonesia, British Printers Pre (History of printing) by Koichi Yukishima (Edited) David Slade (Edited)Buy. Books online: British Printers Pre (History of printing), , runrevlive.com PLOMER, Henry R. WYNKYN DE WORDE & HIS CONTEMPORARIES. From the death of Caxton to a chapter in English printing. London: Grafton, Sm.4to, (xmm), p. 14 full-page illustrations, pre-lims spotted.


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Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton to A chapter in English printing by Plomer, Henry R and a great selection of related books. Wynkyn de Worde / ˈ w ɪ ŋ k ɪ n d ə ˈ w ɜːr d / (died c. ) was a printer and publisher in London known for his work with William Caxton, and is recognised as the first to popularise the products of the printing press in England.

Get this from a library. Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton to ; a chapter in English printing. [Henry R Plomer]. Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton to A chapter in English printing [Henry Robert Plomer] on runrevlive.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Reprint of the first edition. Appleton p Chapters on the state of the booktrade at Caxton's death. In this work it is proposed to give the history of William Caxton's immediate successors. The limit of date coincides with the death of Wynkyn de Worde inand it may be called the second mile- stone on the highway of English printing, as well as marking the end of the old order of things, namely, the downfall of Papal supremacy in England.

Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton to a chapter in English printing. Henry Robert Plomer. Folcroft Library Editions, - Language Arts & Disciplines - pages.

0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. "Two Lawsuits of Richard Pynson". The Library, 2nd Series (10),pp. – "Wynkyn de Worde and his Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to Folkestone ().

Steinberg, Sigfrid H.: Five Hundred Years of Printing. Harmondsworth External links. Works by or about Richard Pynson in libraries (WorldCat catalog). Wynkyn de Worde, original name Jan Van Wynkyn, (died /35), Alsatian-born printer in London, an astute businessman who published a large number of books (at least titles from ).

He was also the first printer in England to use italic type (). He was employed at William Caxton’s press. Wynkyn de Worde and His Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to A Chapter in English Printing.

Folcroft Library Editions. Plomer writes, "It is a mistake to suppose that his Christian name was Jan or John." ^ "Biography of Wynkyn de Worde, printer". runrevlive.com Retrieved 28 November Follow Henry Robert Plomer and explore their bibliography from runrevlive.com's Henry Robert Plomer Author Page.

As security for a book order or for craft services provided to a customer, some form of agrement or acorde was required by a stationer or by an artisan directly engaged by the customer.

William Caxton's death, probably in the early spring or late winter ofmarks the beginning of a new phase in London's developing market for printed runrevlive.com by: Author of Dictionary of the Printers and Booksellers Who Were at Work in England, Scotland and Ireland (Bibliographical Society), A Short History Of English Printing,Wynkyn de Worde and his Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton toA short history of English printing, William Caxton Bound with, A short history of English printing, Item Details.

A cloth on board edition of Wynkyn De Worde & His Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to A Chapter in English Printing by Henry R. Plomer, published London by Grafton & Co. Author(s): Plomer,Henry Robert, Title(s): Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton to ; a chapter in English printing,by Henry R.

Plomer. The Book in the Renaissance. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, Plomer, Henry R. Wynkyn de Worde & His Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to ; A Chapter in English Printing.

London: Grafton & Co., The book, Scala Perfectionis, the first de Worde published under his name, was [15] Quoted in Henry R. Plomer, Wynkyn de Worde and His Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to (London: Grafton & Co., ), p.

about the same time (STC ). There are four surviving copies of the book, three by de Worde and one by Pynson.9 4.

Henry Plomer, Wynkyn de Worde and his Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to (London: Grafton & Co., ), p. Thomas More, “A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulations,” in The Complete Works of. After Wynkyn de Worde had inherited William Caxton's workshop in Westminster, he soon found that its location was not favourable with respect to business.

It was well for Caxton to settle at Westminster, near to his courtly patrons, but for de Worde, whose target clientele consisted chiefly of commoners, Flete Street was a much more. Pynson printed more than books during his lifetime, more than 75% of which were printed after and are therefore not counted as ' incunabula '.

He was not as productive as for example Wynkyn de Worde, Caxton’s one-time assistant, but his books were of a higher quality. He must have had assistants himself, but only two of them are. Wynkyn de Worde and his Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to London: Grafton and Co., [* Subject heading: history of printing; early printed books: production; incunabula *] Rummonds, Richard-Gabriel.

Printing on the Iron Handpress. London: British Library, [A manual on how to operate a printing press.]. The limit of date coincides with the death of Wynkyn de Worde inand it may be called the second milestone on the highway of English printing, as well as marking the end of the old order of things, namely, the downfall of Papal supremacy in England.Henry Robert Plomer is the author of A Short History of English Printing, ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), A Dictionary /5(4).- "Two Lawsuits of Richard Pynson".

The Library, 2nd Series (10),pp. - "Wynkyn de Worde and his Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to Folkestone (). Steinberg, Sigfrid H.: Five Hundred Years of Printing. Harmondsworth External links. Works by or about Richard Pynson in libraries (WorldCat catalog).