William Blades (1824-1890)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Londres, 05-12-1824
Death : Londres, 27-04-1890
Note :
Imprimeur et bibliographe
Variant of the name : William Blade (1824-1890)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1028 4690

Activities of William Blades (1824-1890) (31)

Auteur du texte (22)

The life and typography of William Caxton
Die Bücherfeinde
The biography and typography of William Caxton
Rarities of Numismata typographica
The life and typography of william Caxton, England's first printer, with evidence of his typographical connexion with Colard Mansion,...
Books in chains and other bibliographical papers...
Books in chains and other bibliographical papers, by the late William Blades,...
The Pentateuch of printing, with a chapter on Judges, by William Blades, with a memoir of the author, and list of his works, by Talbot B. Reed
On the present aspect of the question : Who was the inventor of printing ? Being a paper read at the meeting of the Library Association of the United Kingdom, at Birmingham, September 20-23, 1887, by William Blades
An Account of the German morality-play, entitled "Depositio Cornuti Typographici", as performed in the 17th and 18th centuries, with a rythmical translation of the German version of 1648
Les livres et leurs ennemis
"Numismata typographica", or the Medallic history of printing. Reprinted from the "Printers' Register". By William Blades
The Biography and typography of William Caxton, England's first printer, by William Blades
The biography and typography of William Caxton, England's first printer
The Enemies of books, by William Blades,... Second edition
Numismatique de la typographie, ou Historique des médailles de l'imprimerie. Traduit du "Printers' Register". Préface et annotations par Léon Degeorge
The Plantin Museum. [By William Blades.]
The Biography and typography of William Caxton, England's first printer, by William Blades
Some early type specimen books
Shakspere and typography, being an attempt to show Shakspere's personal connection with and technical knowledge of the art of printing, also remarks upon some common typographical errors, with especial reference to the text of Shakspere, by William Blades
How to tell a Caxton, with some hints where and how the same might be found, by William Blades,...
A List of medals, jettons, tokens, etc., in connection with printers and the art of printing, by William Blades

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The life and typography of william Caxton, England's first printer, with evidence of his typographical connexion with Colard Mansion,...
Proposals made by rev. James Kirkwood (minister of Minto) in 1699, to found public libraries in Scotland
The life and typography of William Caxton, England's first printer, with evidence of his typographical connection with Colard Mansion, the printer at Bruges
The Governayle of helthe [by Jean de Bordeaux], with the Medecyne of ye stomacke [in verse, by John Lydgate]. Reprinted from Caxton's edition (circa M.CCCC.XCI), with introductory remarks and notes, by William Blades
"Depositio Cornuti" zu Lob und Ehren der edlen hochlöblichen und weitberhümbten freyen Kunst Buchdruckeren, in kurtze Reimen verfasset durch Paulum de Vise,...
Ars moriendi, printed by William Caxton. (June 1869.)

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