5 edition of The Doves Bindery found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 478-479) and indexes.
|LC Classifications||Z269.2.C6 T54 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 490 p. :|
|Number of Pages||490|
|ISBN 10||0712302387, 0938768174|
|LC Control Number||91052814|
Very good, bottom of spine slightly bumped, sporadic spotting especially noticeable on pp. By Stephen J Gertz "A thing of beauty is a joy forever. The beauty and originality of his designs ensured that his bindings were sought after by collectors and and booksellers in both Britain and the United States" Tidcombe, The Doves Bindery, p. Readers may wish to visit the firm's website, www. Venus and Adonis. He apparently liked it, as seal was used s an alternative to goatskin for binding many other Doves Press books.
Below is the last known letter that Cobden-Sanderson sent to Cordelia Baker in which he tells her that he has thrown the type into the river. Binding of the Kelmscott Chaucer continued for some time; those early examples from the Doves Bindery stamped in the year of publication are preferred. The run of vellum bound Doves books. Tidcombe, Doves Bindery Inventory : ST I suspect that today, Cobden-Sanderson would design things for Apple.
Two lines, including the authors name, printed in red on the title page, along with the following half-title, also characters and stage directions throughout, with titles, acts and scenes in the margins. Instead of letting this happen, the matrices were destroyed by Cobden-Sanderson on Good Friday, 21 March by casting them into the Thames river off Hammersmith Bridge in London, a short walk from the Press. Fine, with a small mark 1cm on the lower covers. Tidcombe DP4 Milton John.
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He disdained overly gilt bindings.
Yeats also consulted Lang professionally. His wife came with him, and her imprisonment for her involvement with the suffragettes the The Doves Bindery book before caused some difficulty in their travel arrangements.
Half-title and initials printed in red, along with two lines of title page, divisional titles, characters and stage directions throughout, the explicit, and title, act and scene numbers in margins.
The first line is the call The Doves Bindery book, which may change, and the last line is the Tidcombe number. Hoping that there was a catalogue that described the collection, the book store was contacted.
One of copies on paper with an additional 22 copies on vellum, three of which have title pages in red and black. Written in as WWI was ravaging Europe, it also describes how the Doves Press, where Cobden-Sanderson still resides with his wife, has closed down its machinery, while the bindery is occupied with binding odd volumes and old commissions.
Fine, with a small dent towards the fore-edge of the upper cover. The founders were associated with William Morris and the Kelmscott Press. Tacitus Publius Cornelius. Three lines of title page printed in red, along with titles and numbers of sonnets throughout, the entirety of sonnet on p.
Walker was a pivotal figure in the Private Press movement and it was a lecture given by him to the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society in on the history of typography which inspired Morris to found the Kelmscott Press.
Cobden-Sanderson Thomas James [Edits]. Cobden-Sanderson was a friend of William Morris, a prominent member of the British Arts and Crafts movement, and subscribed to his ideology about the importance of traditional craftsmanship.
Anthony and Cleopatra. Sartor Resartus.
Initials printed in red throughout, along with names of characters p. London, Macmillan and Co. All were made out to a "Miss Baker". Fine, with very faint spotting to top, bottom and fore edges.
The Doves type was based on types used by Nicolas Jenson from the s, similar to Morris's earlier Golden Typeand The Doves Bindery book it cut by punchcutter Edward Prince. Tidcombe DP14 Browning Robert.
Until recently the Doves Typeface was thought to have been lost forever. Venus and Adonis. Housed in a brown morocco slipcase. The leather used for these two Doves bindings was not the usual morocco goatskin or calf. This highly-researched work is the most authoritative account of the first and most famous private press of the 20th century - the Doves Press.
Cobden-Sanderson did not produce many bindings with his own hands, but he did nothing short of change the entire course of bookbinding in England. The Ideal Book or Book Beautiful. Designed by Cobden Sanderson and bound at The Doves Bindery stamp-signed "Doves Bindery 19 C-S 14" in full brick red sealskin elegantly gilt paneled on both sides by master finisher Charles McLeish with a line The Doves Bindery book with large The Doves Bindery book dot at each corner, and a smaller two-line panel extended inwards at the sides to form a lozenge, with a wavy lozenge inside, tooled in the center with The Doves Bindery book wreath composed of close-set narrow leaves, and a cloverleaf of three hearts on a stem at each corner of the panel and lozenge.
From the Cobden-Sanderson Correspondence Collection Nearly a century after the type was lost, a designer named John Green embarked on a years-long project of trying to recreate the type digitally.
Die Leiden. A friend of William MorrisCobden-Sanderson was passionate about the movement, and once, during a dinner party with the Morrises, he was persuaded by Morris's wife, Jane Burden, to pursue bookbinding.
The book next passed into the hands of author, lecturer, bibliophile, political activist, etc.THE ENGLISH BIBLE by BIBLE [Doves Press]. Hammersmith, The Doves Press, Containing the Old Testament and the New Translated Out of the Original Tongues by Special Command of His Majesty James the First.
Issued in 5 volumes. Folio. Bound by Doves Bindery in original limp vellum with gilt title on the spine. A perfect copy of one of the on handmade paper only two were printed on. The Doves Bindery opened in under the leadership of Thomas J. Cobden-Sanderson (–). It aspired to do for bookbinding what the Kelmscott Press did for printing: establish binding as a fine art by using the highest quality materials and the best manual binding techniques.
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