Cantor lectures on the history and practice of the art of printing

by Peddie, Robert Alexander

Publisher: Printed by Wm. Clowes & Sons, ltd., Duke Street, Stamford Street, S.E. in London

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Other titlesThe history and practice of the art of printing.
Statement[By R. A. Peddie, librarian, St. Bride Foundation Typographical Library. Delivered before the Royal Society of Arts on November 23rd, 30th, December 7th and 14th, 1914.
SeriesCantor lectures -- 1914, Cantor lectures -- 1914
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Pagination26 p. ;
Number of Pages26
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CANTOR LECTURES. THE HISTORY AND PRACTICE OF THE ART OF PRINTING. By R. Peddie, Librarian, St. Bride Foundation Typographical Library. Lecture III. - Delivered December 7 th, The Nineteenth Century (Part II.) and after. The development of printing during the second half of the nineteenth century was rapid in the extreme, at least on.

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CANTOR LECTURES. THE HISTORY AND PRACTICE OF THE ART OF PRINTING. By R. Peddie, Librarian, St. Bride Foundation Typographical Library.

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