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Notes on the invention of printing and the beginning of bibliography

Winship, George Parker

Published by Privately printed, Cambridge, Mass, 1937
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12mo, pp. 10; original printed staplebound self-wrappers, fore- and bottom edge uncut; fine. A short essay on the Gutenberg legacy and the earliest attempts at bibliography, notably Michael Maittaire's "Annales Typographici" (1719). At the time this was published, Winship was serving as the curator of the rare book collection of Harry Elkins Widener at Harvard. 5 copies in OCLC as of July, 2014, Wellesley, Michigan, Minnesota, and North Carolina only in North America. Bookseller Inventory # 45910

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Title: Notes on the invention of printing and the ...

Publisher: Privately printed, Cambridge, Mass

Publication Date: 1937

Binding: Soft cover

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