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de Hamel, Christopher, Linenthal, Richard A.

Published by J. Hall (1981)

ISBN 10: 090747103X ISBN 13: 9780907471035

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About this Item: J. Hall, 1981. Condition: Good. First Edition. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP97840228

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De Hamel, Christopher, and Richard A. Linenthal [editors], Foreword By Lawrence Durrell, Articles By Karl Popper, Etc.

Published by James Hall, Leamington Spa (1981)

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About this Item: James Hall, Leamington Spa, 1981. Red Cloth. Condition: Fine Book. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine Dustjacket. B/W Illustrations Throughout (illustrator). First Edition. 73 pp. As new. Seller Inventory # 024961

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De Hamel, C. ; Linenthal, R.A.

Published by James Hall (Publishing) Ltd, Leamington Spa, first edition, 1981 (1981)

ISBN 10: 090747103X ISBN 13: 9780907471035

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About this Item: James Hall (Publishing) Ltd, Leamington Spa, first edition, 1981, 1981. Cloth, folio, 31 cm, x, 72 pp, 42 ills. A Festschrift for the distinguished antiquarian bookseller Alan G. Thomas, with contributions written by his customers about books acquired from him. "The book opens with a foreword by Lawrence Durrell and the editors’ introduction, both of which tell us something of Alan Thomas’s first seventy years. What follows is a collection of thirty-three articles by private collectors and curators of some of the world’s great libraries on an impressive array of major and minor items from all corners of the market. Subjects covered range from an eleventh-century Pontifical, probably made for Besancon Cathedral, to a description of the presentation binding for the present volume, and include a detailed description of one of the most important finds for the study of early English printing, the Book of St Albans marked up as printer’s copy for Wynkyn de Worde’s edition of 1496. Fourteenth- and fifteenth-century manuscripts - Books of Hours, Customaries, Missals, Charters, Wills and other documents - Incunabula, Aldines, great Bibles of the sixteenth century, fine bindings; examples of all these are here, as well as booksale catalogues from the Evelyn Library, eighteenth-century Ethiopian Gospels, a Blake leaf, and a Charles Dodgson letter." -from the blurb. Contents include : Foreword by Lawrence Durrell; Introduction by Christopher de Hamel and Richard A. Linenthal; Pontifical of Hugues de Salins, Besançon, mid-eleventh century, and the Phillipps Sales by Anthony Hobson; Charter from St Bertin, 1306; A Missale pro Defunctis, Liege, early fourteenth century; An English Calendar, circa 1330; Leaf of a Bible Manuscript, France, circa 1330 Christopher de Hamel; An Italian Book of Hours, circa 1375; Domenico Cavalca, Vita dei Santi Padri, Italy, early fifteenth century; Administrative Documents for Normandy, early fifteenth century; Jean Furstenberg; Honoré Bonet, L’Arbre des batailles, France, 1425; Customary of the Shrine of St Thomas Becket, Canterbury, 1428; Durandus, Rationale Divinorum Officiorum, Mainz, 1459; Book of Hours attributed to Jean Fouquet, France, circa 1465-75; Martial, Epigrammata, Naples, circa 1480; The Will of Jankyn Smyth, Bury St Edmunds, 1481; The Book of St Albans, 1486; A Curious Copy of Sallust, Italy, late fifteenth century; Brant, Stultifera Nauis, Basel, 1497; The Aldine Aristophanes, Venice, 1499, and others; Aristotle, Organon, Venice, circa 1500, and other Manuscripts; The Aldine Rhetores Antiqui Graeci, Venice, 1508, and others; Quintuplex Psalter, Paris, 1509; French Book of Hours, circa 1535; A Problem of Long Division Solved; The Whole Bible, Great Bible Version, London, 1540; A Binding by the King Edward and Queen Mary Binder, London, 1552; The Notes of the Geneva Bible, 1560; The First Bishops’ Bible, London, 1568; Scriptores Post Bedam, Edited by Henry Savile, London, 1596; La Liturgie Angloise, London, 1616; Book-Sale Catalogues from the Evelyn Library, 1682-92; The Gospels of King Iyasu II of Ethiopia, Gondar, 1730-55; A Leaf from William Blake’s America, London, circa 1793; Charles L. Dodgson on the Authorized Version, Oxford 1892; A Presentation Binding, London, 1981. Very Good in dustwrapper. Seller Inventory # ABE-42511

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De Hamel, C. ; Linenthal, R.A.

Published by James Hall (Publishing) Ltd, Leamington Spa, first edition, 1981 (1981)

ISBN 10: 090747103X ISBN 13: 9780907471035

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About this Item: James Hall (Publishing) Ltd, Leamington Spa, first edition, 1981, 1981. Cloth, folio, 31 cm, x, 72 pp, 42 ills. A Festschrift for the distinguished antiquarian bookseller Alan G. Thomas, with contributions written by his customers about books acquired from him. "The book opens with a foreword by Lawrence Durrell and the editors’ introduction, both of which tell us something of Alan Thomas’s first seventy years. What follows is a collection of thirty-three articles by private collectors and curators of some of the world’s great libraries on an impressive array of major and minor items from all corners of the market. Subjects covered range from an eleventh-century Pontifical, probably made for Besancon Cathedral, to a description of the presentation binding for the present volume, and include a detailed description of one of the most important finds for the study of early English printing, the Book of St Albans marked up as printer’s copy for Wynkyn de Worde’s edition of 1496. Fourteenth- and fifteenth-century manuscripts - Books of Hours, Customaries, Missals, Charters, Wills and other documents - Incunabula, Aldines, great Bibles of the sixteenth century, fine bindings; examples of all these are here, as well as booksale catalogues from the Evelyn Library, eighteenth-century Ethiopian Gospels, a Blake leaf, and a Charles Dodgson letter." -from the blurb. Contents include : Foreword by Lawrence Durrell; Introduction by Christopher de Hamel and Richard A. Linenthal; Pontifical of Hugues de Salins, Besançon, mid-eleventh century, and the Phillipps Sales by Anthony Hobson; Charter from St Bertin, 1306; A Missale pro Defunctis, Liege, early fourteenth century; An English Calendar, circa 1330; Leaf of a Bible Manuscript, France, circa 1330 Christopher de Hamel; An Italian Book of Hours, circa 1375; Domenico Cavalca, Vita dei Santi Padri, Italy, early fifteenth century; Administrative Documents for Normandy, early fifteenth century; Jean Furstenberg; Honoré Bonet, L’Arbre des batailles, France, 1425; Customary of the Shrine of St Thomas Becket, Canterbury, 1428; Durandus, Rationale Divinorum Officiorum, Mainz, 1459; Book of Hours attributed to Jean Fouquet, France, circa 1465-75; Martial, Epigrammata, Naples, circa 1480; The Will of Jankyn Smyth, Bury St Edmunds, 1481; The Book of St Albans, 1486; A Curious Copy of Sallust, Italy, late fifteenth century; Brant, Stultifera Nauis, Basel, 1497; The Aldine Aristophanes, Venice, 1499, and others; Aristotle, Organon, Venice, circa 1500, and other Manuscripts; The Aldine Rhetores Antiqui Graeci, Venice, 1508, and others; Quintuplex Psalter, Paris, 1509; French Book of Hours, circa 1535; A Problem of Long Division Solved; The Whole Bible, Great Bible Version, London, 1540; A Binding by the King Edward and Queen Mary Binder, London, 1552; The Notes of the Geneva Bible, 1560; The First Bishops’ Bible, London, 1568; Scriptores Post Bedam, Edited by Henry Savile, London, 1596; La Liturgie Angloise, London, 1616; Book-Sale Catalogues from the Evelyn Library, 1682-92; The Gospels of King Iyasu II of Ethiopia, Gondar, 1730-55; A Leaf from William Blake’s America, London, circa 1793; Charles L. Dodgson on the Authorized Version, Oxford 1892; A Presentation Binding, London, 1981. Top edge slightly duststained, otherwise Very Good in Very Good dustwrapper. Seller Inventory # ABE-32971

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De Hamel, C. ; Linenthal, R.A.

Published by James Hall (Publishing) Ltd, Leamington Spa, first edition, 1981 (1981)

ISBN 10: 090747103X ISBN 13: 9780907471035

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About this Item: James Hall (Publishing) Ltd, Leamington Spa, first edition, 1981, 1981. Cloth, folio, 31 cm, x, 72 pp, 42 ills. A Festschrift for the distinguished antiquarian bookseller Alan G. Thomas, with contributions written by his customers about books acquired from him. "The book opens with a foreword by Lawrence Durrell and the editors’ introduction, both of which tell us something of Alan Thomas’s first seventy years. What follows is a collection of thirty-three articles by private collectors and curators of some of the world’s great libraries on an impressive array of major and minor items from all corners of the market. Subjects covered range from an eleventh-century Pontifical, probably made for Besancon Cathedral, to a description of the presentation binding for the present volume, and include a detailed description of one of the most important finds for the study of early English printing, the Book of St Albans marked up as printer’s copy for Wynkyn de Worde’s edition of 1496. Fourteenth- and fifteenth-century manuscripts - Books of Hours, Customaries, Missals, Charters, Wills and other documents - Incunabula, Aldines, great Bibles of the sixteenth century, fine bindings; examples of all these are here, as well as booksale catalogues from the Evelyn Library, eighteenth-century Ethiopian Gospels, a Blake leaf, and a Charles Dodgson letter." -from the blurb. Contents include : Foreword by Lawrence Durrell; Introduction by Christopher de Hamel and Richard A. Linenthal; Pontifical of Hugues de Salins, Besançon, mid-eleventh century, and the Phillipps Sales by Anthony Hobson; Charter from St Bertin, 1306; A Missale pro Defunctis, Liege, early fourteenth century; An English Calendar, circa 1330; Leaf of a Bible Manuscript, France, circa 1330 Christopher de Hamel; An Italian Book of Hours, circa 1375; Domenico Cavalca, Vita dei Santi Padri, Italy, early fifteenth century; Administrative Documents for Normandy, early fifteenth century; Jean Furstenberg; Honoré Bonet, L’Arbre des batailles, France, 1425; Customary of the Shrine of St Thomas Becket, Canterbury, 1428; Durandus, Rationale Divinorum Officiorum, Mainz, 1459; Book of Hours attributed to Jean Fouquet, France, circa 1465-75; Martial, Epigrammata, Naples, circa 1480; The Will of Jankyn Smyth, Bury St Edmunds, 1481; The Book of St Albans, 1486; A Curious Copy of Sallust, Italy, late fifteenth century; Brant, Stultifera Nauis, Basel, 1497; The Aldine Aristophanes, Venice, 1499, and others; Aristotle, Organon, Venice, circa 1500, and other Manuscripts; The Aldine Rhetores Antiqui Graeci, Venice, 1508, and others; Quintuplex Psalter, Paris, 1509; French Book of Hours, circa 1535; A Problem of Long Division Solved; The Whole Bible, Great Bible Version, London, 1540; A Binding by the King Edward and Queen Mary Binder, London, 1552; The Notes of the Geneva Bible, 1560; The First Bishops’ Bible, London, 1568; Scriptores Post Bedam, Edited by Henry Savile, London, 1596; La Liturgie Angloise, London, 1616; Book-Sale Catalogues from the Evelyn Library, 1682-92; The Gospels of King Iyasu II of Ethiopia, Gondar, 1730-55; A Leaf from William Blake’s America, London, circa 1793; Charles L. Dodgson on the Authorized Version, Oxford 1892; A Presentation Binding, London, 1981. Presentation copy inscribed by Alan Thomas. Very Good in Very Good dustwrapper. Seller Inventory # ABE-08659

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