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La reliure à l'oignon : version pour page simple : le tutoriel = Onion skin binding with single leaves : the tutorial = ₈Die₋ Zwiebelbindung mit Einzelseiten : die Anleitung
Elbel, Benjamin, 1983- author
Amsterdam : Elbel Libro Bookbinding, 2017
"Learn the complex sequence of scores, folds and gluings involved in the amazing onion skin binding, a structure that grows from the inside to the outside, gradually incorporating the single sheets into a continuous stub. After an introduction, an overview and a list of material and equipment, the tutorial describes every single step of the construction, with few words and many large full-colour images"--Bookbinding out of the box website.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z271 .E432 2017

Le montage Shrigley : le tutoriel = Shrigley binding : the tutorial = ₈Der₋ Shrigley : die Anleitung
Elbel, Benjamin, 1983- author
Amsterdam : Elbel Libro Bookbinding, 2017
"Discover the secrets of 'The Shrigley', an elegant and non-intrusive method for storing and presenting documents based on a clever folding technique. After an introduction, an overview and a list of material and equipment, the tutorial describes every single step of the construction, with few words and many large full-colour images"--Bookbinding out of the box website.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z271 .E43 2017

La reliure tu-mouche : le tutoriel = Tue-mouche binding : the tutorial = Encaudernacion tue-mouche : el manual
Elbel, Benjamin, 1983- author
Amsterdam : Elbel Libro Bookbinding, 2016
"Learn how to make a 'Tue-mouche' binding ... The 'Tue-mouche' binding uses only paper, thread and a little glue and yet offers all the features of a 'proper' binding - protection, accessibility, durability. A nifty construction, but also an elegant one with its yap edges and discreet exposed sewn hinges, which will appeal to all lovers of construction intelligence and understated beauty. After an introduction, an overview and a list of material and equipment, the tutorial describes every step of the construction, with many large full-colour images"--Bookbinding out of the box website.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z271 .E433 2017

Museum Plantin Moretus Antwerp
authors, Kris Geysen, Dirk Imhof, Iris Kockelbergh, Kristof Selleslach
[Heule] : Snoeck Publishers, [2016]
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z160.A58 M87 2016

The invention of rare books : private interest and public memory, 1600-1840
McKitterick, David, author
New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Machine generated contents note: 1. Inventio; 2. Books as objects; 3. Survival and selection; 4. Choosing books in Baroque Europe; 5. External appearances (1); 6. External appearances (2); 7. Printers and readers; 8. A seventeenth-century revolution; 9. Concepts of rarity; 10. Developing measures of rarity; 11. Judging appearances by modern standards; 12. The Harleian sales; 13. Authority and rarity; 14. Rarity established; 15. The French bibliographical revolution; 16. Books in turmoil; 17. Bibliophile traditions; 18. Fresh foundations; 19. Public faces, public responsibilities; 20. Conclusion.

"When does a book that is merely old become a rarity and an object of desire? David McKitterick examines, for the first time, the development of the idea of rare books, and why they matter. Studying examples from across Europe, he explores how this idea took shape in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and how collectors, the book trade and libraries gradually came together to identify canons that often remain the same today. In a world that many people found to be over-supplied with books, the invention of rare books was a process of selection. As books are one of the principal means of memory, this process also created particular kinds of remembering. Taking a European perspective, McKitterick looks at these interests as they developed from being matters of largely private concern and curiosity, to the larger public and national responsibilities of the first half of the nineteenth century"--
Baker Berry Z1029 .M35 2018

Annuaire de la presse française et étrangère : annuaire-guide de la publicité
Paris : [Société d'éditions de l'Annuaire de la presse, 1965-1967]
Library Depository Z6956.F8 A6

Annuaire de la presse et de la publicité
Paris, Société d'édition de l'Annuaire de la presse
Library Depository Z6956.F8 A6

Annuaire de la presse française et étrangère et du monde politique
Paris : [s.n., 1907-1964]
Library Depository Z6956.F8 A6

Annuaire de la presse, de la publicité et de la communication
Paris : Ecran publicité, 1987-2001
Library Depository Z6956.F8 A6

La biblioteca roja : brevísima relación de la destrucción de los libros
Berti, Agustín, author
Córdoba : A/E (Ediciones DocumentA/Escénicas, [2017]
Baker Berry Z658.A7 B47 2017

刻印 : 刻印历史时代 / 李奎编著 א胡元斌丛书主编
李奎, author
Shantou Shi : Shantou da xue chu ban she, 2015
Baker Berry East Asian Z186.C5 L46 2015

Vernacular manuscript : culture 1000-1500
edited by Erik Kwakkel
Leiden : Leiden University Press, [2018]
Vernacular manuscript culture 1000-1500 : an introduction / Erik Kwakkel -- Worchester and Wales : copies of the regula pastoralis in the early Middle Ages / Kathryn A. Lowe -- Manuscripts of the earliest middle high German prayers, c. 1150-1250 / Nigel F. Palmer -- Rubricating history in the late medieval France / Godfried Croenen -- Codifying the law : Frisian legal manuscripts around 1300 / Rolf H. Bremmer Jr -- Late medieval and early modern Icelandic saga manuscripts / Sheryl McDonald Werronen -- Thick quires in Italy / J.P. Gumbert.

This volume presents six essays devoted to the practices, habits, and preferences of scribes making manuscripts in their native tongue. Despite the dominance of Latin in medieval written culture, vernacular traditions started to develop in Europe in the eleventh century. Focusing on French, Frisian, Icelandic, Italian, Middle High German, and Old English examples, these essays discuss the connectivity of books originating in the same linguistic space. Given that authors, translators, and readers advanced vernacular written culture through the production and consumption of texts, how did the scribes who copied them fit into this development? Did they have a specific approach to copying texts in their native language? Can we observe patterns in how manuscripts in the same vernacular presented their contents? To address such questions the essays taken material features of manuscripts, both palaeographical and codicological, as a point of departure.
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z105 .V476 2018

Common : the development of literary culture in sixteenth-century England
Rhodes, Neil, 1953- author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
A study of the development of literary culture in sixteenth-century England that explores the relationship between the Reformation and literary renaissance of the Elizabethan period through the exploration of the theme of the 'common'.
Baker Berry Z1003.5.G7 R46 2018

Lost books and printing in London, 1557-1640 : an analysis of the Stationers' Company register
Hill, Alexandra, 1989- author
Boston : Brill, [2018]
Introduction: print culture and the Stationers' Company -- The lamentable tale of lost ballads -- "What newes said one? sad newes said some": a true relation of lost news -- A godly exposition of lost religious print -- The lost arts of learning and leisure -- Conclusion: patterns of loss and survival.

"Lost Books and Printing in London, 1557-1640 is the first attempt to analyse systematically the entries relating to lost books in the Stationers' Company Register. Books played a fundamental role in early modern society and are key sources for our comprehension of the political, religious, economic and cultural aspects of the age. Over time, the loss of these books has presented a significant barrier to our understanding of the past. The monopoly of the Stationers' Company centralised book production in England to London with printing jobs carried out by members documented in a register. Using modern digital approaches to bibliography Alexandra Hill uses the Register to reclaim knowledge of the English book trade and print culture that would otherwise be lost"--
Baker Berry Z329.S79 H55 2018

Colard Mansion : incunabula, prints and manuscripts in medieval Bruges
editors, Evelien Hauwaerts, Evelien de Wilde and Ludo Vandamme ; with contributions by Renaud Adam and 46 others
[Ghent] : Snoeck, [2018]
In the fifteenth century Bruges was a cosmopolitan, dynamic city, famous for its book production. Luxury books held a central place in international trade and the broader Burgundian culture. In the middle of this book world stands the figure of Colard Mansion, producer of luxury books. Initially, Mansion was the man of beautiful manuscripts, but he quickly switched over to the brand-new medium of the printed book. Mansion created the most magnificent incunabula of his time, in an unprecedented typography and very specially illustrated. He primarily printed French texts that had never been published before. This unprecedented beauty of Mansion's printed oeuvre is a main focus of the exhibition and the accompanying. Incunabula from the Public Library of Bruges and the Bibliothèque nationale de France are supplemented by volumes from libraries all over the world. Never before has such a large number of Mansion's incunabula been assembled. Colard Mansion's work integrates tradition and innovation and includes prints, manuscripts and miniatures, but also illustrations. The exhibition and the publication will acquaint you with the studio practices of Colard Mansion and those of copyists, printmakers and other artists and artisans. Exhibition: Groeningemuseum, Bruges, Belgium (01.03. - 03.06.2018).
Baker Berry East ReadingRm Z232.M25 C65 2018

Cuaderno de la BN
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires : Biblioteca Nacional Mariano Moreno, [2016]-
Baker Berry Z1615 .C83

Antonio Vanegas Arroyo : un editor extraordinario
Mariana Masera (coordinadora)
Ciudad de México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2017
Presentación / Mariana Masera -- Recuerdos de Inés. Entrevista con Inés Cedeño Vanegas / Edith Negrin -- Entre la tradición y la innovación. Antonio Vanegas Arroyo: un impresor extraordinario / Mariana Masera, Briseida Castro Pérez, Ana Rosa Gómez Mutio, Grecia Monroy Sánchez, Adrián Olvera Hernández -- Antonio Vanegas Arroyo: el impacto de un editor popular en el Porfiriato / Helia Emma Bonilla Reyna -- ¡Bonitos y nuevos cuadernos a precios sumamente módicos! La publicidad en los impresos de Antonio Vanegas Arroyo / Mercurio López Casillas -- Anexo.

Inés Cedeño Venegas, the great granddaughter of celebrated editor Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Puebla 1850 - México City 1917), is married to Jose Luis Chávez Dueñas. These last years she has dedicated her time to their collection of manuscripts, correspondence, litographic material (flysheets, booklets), and vintage photographs from the personal archives of the noted 19th century editor. Invited by the team of the project Impresos Populares Iberoamericanos, coordinated by doctor Mariana Macera in UNAM, she has actively collaborated for this last year, by recalling her childhood and talking about the collection of printed material from the editor.
Sherman Z493.V36 A58 2018