3 edition of William Pickering, publisher found in the catalog.
William Pickering, publisher
Sir Geoffrey Langdon Keynes
First published, London: The Fleuron, 1924.
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William Pickering (–) was apprenticed to a London bookseller and publisher in In he set up his own bookshop, specialising in the antiquarian trade, and immediately started publishing. His first major project was the miniature Diamond Classics, comprising reprints of Latin, Italian, Greek and English literature. They were followed by the Oxford English Classics and new. The Book of Common Prayer. London: William Pickering, Engraved and possibly designed by Mary Byfield. William Pickering () was a commercial publisher, who announced his intent to produce fine books by adapting the famous anchor and dolphin device of Aldus Manutius, one of the greatest early printers. He claimed himself to be.
London: William Pickering, 53 volumes, 6½ inches tall, uniformly bound in 3/4 green (now brown on spines) leath Title: ALDINE EDITION OF THE BRITISH POETS (53 VOLUMES) Author: Pickering, William (Publisher). A photographic atlas of the moon A Photographic Atlas of the Moon, William Henry Pickering Volume 51 of Annals (Harvard College Observatory) Author: William Henry Pickering: Publisher: Published by the Observatory, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Nov .
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Accessible book, Early works to. In the revised edition of his William Pickering Publisher () surgeon, book collector and bibliographer Sir Geoffrey Keynes repeated on pp. the indirect evidence for the dating of Pickering's introduction of cloth bindings which he had obtained from John Carter.
William Pickering, publisher: A memoir and a check-list of his publications, [Geoffrey Keynes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Physical description: p.: facsims., port. ; 27 cm. Notes: List of William Pickering's publications: pp. Includes index. Summary: Sir Geoffrey Keynes's monograph on the distinguished and influential English publisher.
William Pickering () The title page of The Bijou indicates it was published in London, by William Pickering, Chancery Lane, William Pickering, publisher and bookseller, was born on 2 April into "humble circumstances," although he was apparently the son of an earl and lady, who were not married to each other, and he was put out to be raised by a tailor and his wife (Keynes 9).
WILLIAM PICKERING, PUBLISHER [Geoffrey Keynes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First edition, limited to copies. Scarce bibliographical guide to the work of Pickering and his imprints.
With a number of facsimiles of title pages printed with a tinted yellow background. Spine faded with some fading along edges. Two bookplates on front pastedown. This official NASA history document - converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction - tells the amazing story of the life and work of Dr.
William H. Pickering, leader of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). On the first day of Februarythree men held aloft a model of Explorer. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keynes, Geoffrey, William Pickering, publisher. London, Galahad P., (OCoLC) Named Person. Get this from a library.
William Pickering, publisher: a memoir and a check-list of his publications. [Geoffrey Keynes]. Publisher: pickering. Published by William Pickering, London,pages, miniature edition, frontispiece and additional title page with decorative illustration, decorative page breaks. In Italian throughout.
Classics were the starting point for one of the most remarkable movements recorded in the history of the English book. WILLIAM PICKERING AND THE BOOK TRADE IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ' By BERNARD WARRINGTON, B.A., A.L.A.
FORMERLY ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN IN THE JOHN RYLANDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY The career of William Pickering in the book trade conveniently spans the first half of the nineteenth century. William Pickering, publisher: a memoir and check-list of.
William PICKERING's edition of Oliver Byrne's __ __ __ __ is a landmark in book design. Diagrams and symbols are printed in brilliant primary colors with woodblocks; color replaced traditional alphabet labeling to identify the lines, shapes, and forms in the geometry lessons.
About this Item: Pickering, Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In good all round condition.
Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # London: William Pickering, "He was not of an age, but for all time" (Ben Jonson) A Finely Bound Pickering Edition of Shakespeare's Poems SHAKESPEARE, William.
The Poems of Shakespeare. London: William Pickering, Small octavo (6 1/8 x 3 3/4 inches; x 95 mm.). Publisher. Creative Media Partners, LLC. ISBN ISBN eBay Product ID (ePID) Product Key Features. Format. Hardcover. item 3 Specimens of English Sonnets by William Pickering (English) Hardcover Book Free - Specimens of English Sonnets by William Pickering (English) Hardcover Book Free.
$ DIAMOND CLASSICS (WILLIAM PICKERING) Series Note: ____ Diamond Editions of the Classics DIAMOND EDITION OF HOMER. -- Homeri Ilias et Odyssea, 2 vols.
48vo. price 12s. Beautifully executed in Diamond type, the smallest ever printed. A few copies are taken off on large paper, price 18s. productions of William Pickering have hitherto concentrated largely on the form-the book design, typography and orna- ment,-yet a more detailed consideration of the content of his publishing output and of the authors he published, both living and dead, is equally important.
This aspect has been comparatively neglected. The true story of Bill Pickering who was sent into Occupied Italy with a clandestine wireless set during World War II. He experienced many close encounters with the enemy and ended up fighting the Germans alongside the Italian Resistance Group, "The Bandits of Cisterna".
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London: William Pickering, Item # He was not of an age, but for all time Ben Jonson A Finely Bound Pickering Edition of Shakespeare's Poems SHAKESPEARE, William. The Poems of Shakespeare.
London: William Pickering, Small octavo 6 1/8 x 3 3/4 inches; x 95 mm. iv, lxxxix, v, pp. Portrait frontispiece engraved by H. Robinson and three plates engraved by H. Rev. William Kirby. London, William Pickering, (Bridgewater Treatises, No.
7). Second edition. Two volumes. Hardback bound in publisher's original blue cloth and with paper labels on : cv, , ; viii, 20 lithograph plates.
Size: Octavo. Publisher's advertisements in front and back of Volume I. PICKERING, WILLIAM (–), publisher, born on 2 Aprilwas in apprenticed to John and Arthur Arch, quaker publishers and booksellers of Cornhill. In he set up for himself in a small shop at 31 Lincoln's Inn Fields, and made the acquaintance of Basil Montagu and of Thomas Rodd, who encouraged in him a natural aptitude for.About this Item: London Gulielmus William Pickering 57 Chancery Lane, SECOND PICKERING EDITIONtext in Latin, miniature book approximately 83 x 45 mm, 3¼ x 1¾ inches, attractive engraved frontispiece after Thomas Stothard (dated ), LACKING ENGRAVED TITLE PAGE, letterpress title present dated with coat of arms, pictorial headpiece to first page of text, pages: .