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About this Item: Oxford University Press Henry Frowde, 1910. Leather Bound. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1910 Oxford University Press Henry Frowde pocket leather-bound softback with numerous illustrations, green leather covers with gilt decoration, rounded corners, gilt age edges, crest ER VII to front; very good clean copy, name and date 1910 inside, no dj; UK dealer, immediate dispatch. Seller Inventory # J3116n

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Published by M. Walter Dunne (1904)

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About this Item: M. Walter Dunne, 1904. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Oversized Hardcover. Right side of back cover and spine partically sunned. Some spotting to covers. Edge wear at spine head, heel, and tips. [The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, & Other Rights & Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David]. First American Edition. Seller Inventory # 168449

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Published by The Cambridge Society, London (1904)

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About this Item: The Cambridge Society, London, 1904. Soft Cover. Fine Printing. Published by Royal Warrant in London by Eyre & Spottiswoode, Printers to His Majesty, and by the Essex House Press of the Guild of Handicraft, and in New York and Montreal by the Cambridge Society and by M. Walter Dunne. Printed at the Plimpton Press, Norwood, Massachusetts; Japanesse vellum wraps, black cover title, red cover rules, red ribbon marker, & top edges only trimmed; Good+ clean wraps with some small wear to extremities, over a very good textblock; 14 pages. Size: 6"x9.25". Seller Inventory # LM808

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Church Of England]

Published by [M. Walter Dunne] (1903)

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About this Item: [M. Walter Dunne], 1903. Hardcover. States 1903 0n the spine, purple decorative cover, worn through on the corners, fading around the edges and spine, a few spots and scratches, gilt top page edges, text is bright and unmarked, binding is tight. Brick and mortar bookshop since 1975! Read but in very good condition. Seller Inventory # 190309006slt

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About this Item: Charles Whittingham & Co., London. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Leather spine is considerably worn, especially at the upper end. Covers have light wear to the outer corners. ; Wording on the spine reads "Catalogue of Early English Service Books 1498-1604." Descriptions and representative illustrations for each of 25 volumes including Missals, Horae, Processionals, etc. These volumes "are of supreme importance because of the light they throw on the History, Services, and Liturgy of the Church of England during its most eventful and stirring periods.". Seller Inventory # 284030

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Ashbee, Charles R., 1863-1942)

Published by The Cambridge Society, M. Walter Dunne,, New York & Montreal (1904)

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About this Item: The Cambridge Society, M. Walter Dunne,, New York & Montreal, 1904. Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. 14 p. + colophon page. Illustrated initial in red, with original red ribbon bookmarker bound in; cover lettering in black enclosed in red borders on heavy cream colored paper. "Published by Royal Warrant in London by Eyre & Spottiswoode, Printers to His Majesty, and by the Essex House Press of the Guild of Handicraft, and in New York and Montreal by the Cambridge Society and by M. Walter Dunne. Printed at the Plimpton Press, Norwood, Massachusetts A.D. MDCCCCIV." Handsomely printed; cover slightly soiled; contents pristine. Seller Inventory # 026390

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Published by Walter M. Dunne, New York (1904)

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About this Item: Walter M. Dunne, New York, 1904. Decorative Cloth. Condition: Very Good +. 1st Edition. Folio.Original purple cloth with beautiful decorative design to the front board. Scuffing to the upper portion of the rear board. Cloth is slightly faded. Title in gilt to the spine. Head and tail caps expertly repaired. Purple decorative pastedowns and endpapers on thick glossy paper. Decorative paragraph headers.Various calenders bordered in red design.Tables. The binding is tight and square. A beautiful copy. Size: 11.0" x 14.5" Language: eng. Seller Inventory # 010557

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The Prayer Book of Edward VII) The: COMMON PRAYER)

COMMON PRAYER)

Published by New York: M. Walter Dunne (1904). (1904)

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About this Item: New York: M. Walter Dunne (1904)., 1904. 4to, (xiv), 386, (2) pp. Printed in red and black throughout, illustrations to the preliminaries and with decorative initial letters. Bound in at the front is a hand painted japon leaf reading "In witness that this copy of the Westminster Edition of The Prayer Book of King Edward VII has been specially bound for.", with the space for the name left blank. Original gilt decorated morocco, a.e.g., the pink and blue painted detail to the crests rather rubbed, extremities with light wear, recently rebacked in black morocco. A beautifully printed work originally published in a limited edition of 400 copies by the Essex House Press the year before. This authorised American reprint is normally found in cloth, this copy being a more expensively bound version. Seller Inventory # 34612

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The Prayer Book of King Edward VII:

Published by M. Walter Dunne, New York (1904)

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About this Item: M. Walter Dunne, New York, 1904. Silk Covered Boards. Condition: Fine. C. R. Ashbee (illustrator). Authorized American edition of the Essex House Prayer Book printed one year after the English. C.R. Ashbee was unique in his time for his American connections and was an important influence on the American Arts and Crafts Movement. Folio, purple silk-covered boards with design in gilt, silver, pink and white, incorporating cross, crowns, fleurs-de-lys and roses. Endpapers in dark blue silk with repeating design of rampant lions. Fine. Designs and type are of the English edition and are the work of C. R. Ashbee. Printed in red and black in the proprietary types of the Essex House Press, Endeavour and Prayer Book. Vignettes, full page and double page illustrations and decorative initials. Size: Folio. Seller Inventory # 004448

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THE PRAYER BOOK OF KING EDWARD VII: ESSEX HOUSE PRESS).

ESSEX HOUSE PRESS). BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER

Published by Essex House Press, London and Campden (1903)

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About this Item: Essex House Press, London and Campden, 1903. 375 x 183 mm. (14 3/4 x 11 1/8"). 6 p.l., 387 pp. No. 83 OF 390 COPIES on paper (and 10 on vellum, the first of these reserved for the King). Bound in thick wooden boards backed with calf by the Guild of Handicraft and by Eyre & Spottiswode under the direction of Miss A. Power, upper board with iron catch-plates, raised bands, gilt titling, edges untrimmed (lacking straps and catches, which were apparently never attached). With about 150 woodcuts designed by C. R. Ashbee and engraved by W. Hooper and Miss Clemence Housman, among them a frontispiece depicting King Edward VII surrounded by his six predecessors of that name, title page framed by images of London, eight contents pages with large headpieces portraying a procession of persons important to the history of the Church of England, red and black decorative borders for the tables of propers and moveable feasts, a double-page illustration of St. Augustine of Canterbury meeting the seven British Bishops, and numerous historiated initials. Printed in in red and black, in Endeavour and Prayer Book types. Ransom, p. 267; Tomkinson, p. 74. Front joint cracked, but board securely attached with bands, rear joint with three-inch crack at head (no looseness), occasional mild thumbing, but a lovely copy internally, clean, fresh, and bright. This is the magnum opus of the Essex House Press, described by Colin Franklin as "a thoroughly arts and crafts production." The Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England is reissued with each new monarch, changing prayers for the royal family to reflect the succession. This splendid lectern-sized prayer book was published to celebrate the coronation of Queen Victoria's son Edward VII in 1902. The very pleasing illustrations were designed by the founder of the press, Charles Robert Ashbee (1863-1942). An ardent socialist who established the Guild and School of Handicraft in impoverished East London in 1888, Ashbee had worked as a jewelry designer before setting up the Essex House Press with the staff and presses of the recently closed Kelmscott Press. His illustrations show the Art Nouveau influence of his career in jewelry. The decorations here are so rich with symbolism that Ashbee was moved by popular demand to print a pamphlet explaining them. Franklin points out that Ashbee's books do not reflect a dedicated study of incunabula: "Ashbee was not being medieval or doing homage." Instead, the Essex House types are a mixture of "Ashbee's art nouveau and Kelmscott's Caslon," and are "true to [Ashbee's] sense of form." Anastasia "Annie" Power apprenticed with Douglas Cockerell and operated a small bindery with her friend Sylvia Stebbings before joining the Guild of Handicraft in 1901 to operate the bindery. She was assisted in this endeavor by Edgar Green and by Nellie Binning and Lottie Eatley, whose husbands worked at the Essex House Press. Tidcombe notes that the bindings on larger Essex House books, like the present volume, were completed in the bindery of publishers Eyre and Spottiswode. No. 83 OF 390 COPIES on paper (and 10 on vellum, the first of these reserved for the King). Seller Inventory # CCS1932

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Prayer Book Of King Edward VII The

Published by Essex House, Eyre & Spottiswoode and printed at the Guild of Handicraft,, London: (1904)

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About this Item: Essex House, Eyre & Spottiswoode and printed at the Guild of Handicraft,, London:, 1904. Hardcover. Near fine 1/4 leather and beveled, oak wood boards with five raised bands on the spine with gilt text in one compartment. A folio measuring 14 by 10 1/2 inches with hand wrought metal clasps on the front board (the rear clasps are missing from the rear board). The absence of any wear to the leather or any date on the spine strongly suggests a more recent rebind of the pigskin covered spine. The contents are extremely clean and free of soiling. The print is in black and red with the edges untrimmed. A limited edition of only 400 copies of which this copy is identified as number 179. 387 pages of text including the colophon. Illustrated throughout with wood block designs by C. R. Ashbee. This volume comes with "A Key To The Principal Decorations In The Prayer Book of King Edward VII, as Designed and Carried Out by D. R. Ashbee." laid-in, published by The Cambridge Society of New York and Montreal, M. Walter Dunne, President, which is a small quarto in wraps 14 pages with the rear cover loose and shallow chipping around the edges of the front cover. Seller Inventory # TB29064

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