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2 edition of Some notes on papermaking in Yorkshire. found in the catalog.

Some notes on papermaking in Yorkshire.

C. F. Maidwell

Some notes on papermaking in Yorkshire.

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Published by History of the Book Trade in the North in [Newcastle upon Tyne] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPH57/Dec. 1990
ContributionsHistory of the Book Trade in the North (Group)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13962926M

Mandl, Three Hundred Years in Paper. An illustrated bibliography. Ornamented with engravings on wood by Mr. South Yorkshire Archaeology Service. Bookplate Gaskell Baskerville Add.

Later 19th century half calf, backstrips faded and the corner tips rubbed, Spanish pattern marbled paper sides. Brown and laying these down on a piece of shaped and coloured paper. If you require further information or images of any title listed below, then please contact us at mailto barrymckay. With a preface relating to education.

Seeley in Buckingham. Stocks, C. In Germany, Cologne was an important medieval cloth centre, renowned for orphrey webs narrow cloths of gold bearing richly embroidered woven inscriptions and figures of saints. A poem in nine verses with an explanation at the head of the first verse: 'These lines were sent by a lady to a friend who wrote frequently to know where she had been for several months, that she had not written to her. A brief account of the taking of the famous Border reiver by the men of the Lord of the West Marches on a Sunday, which was generally held to be a time of truce against such things. Huddersfield, Advertiser Press,


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Some notes on papermaking in Yorkshire. book

Higham, ,8 History of the county of Cumberland : W. The through-bolts only held the assembly together but were not load-carrying. Lake, [ He has served the Lewis Carroll Society of North America as chairman of the publication committee; editor of its magazine, Knight Letter; series editor of The Pamphlets of Lewis Carroll; vice president; and president.

A rare piece of Alnwick printing from the press of Thomas Bell, we have seen another issue of this broadside with Bell's imprint. The book was published at one shilling as advised on the title and the final three pages contain a priced catalogue of Luckman's books, several described as 'bound' or 'in boards.

In addition to producing hundreds of books over the course of his distinguished career, he was a lecturer, bibliophile, poet, and historian of the press in his region. If you require further information or images of any title listed below, then please contact us at mailto barrymckay.

Bookplate of the Gargrave Mechanics' Institute [Yorkshire] on the front cover with another, later version, tipped on to the front free endleaf.

Although lacking one plate this is still a not unacceptable book with a number of full-page steel-engraved illustrations and 20 full-page wood-engravings, printed on a sepia ground, by the brothers Dalziel after William Harvey.

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Maidstone: Christine Swift, Printed on two half-sheets this has merely been folded to size and left unopened and therefore is utterly as issued. The pair of rollers were up to 6ft in diameter, width 10in usually dressedweight c.

Includes an article by HB on the meaning of watermarks with a double-page plate of mediaeval watermarks. A very good copy in original brown cloth. Bibliography, and United States Patents Diagonal bracing is used to prevent "racking", or movement of structural vertical beams or posts.

Following the conquest of Sicily in by the French, the weavers fled to Italy; many settled in Luccawhich soon became well known for silk fabrics with patterns employing imaginative floral forms. Berwick: printed by H.

Contemporary marbled calf, joints and backstrip a little worn, previous owner's signature: N. Rochester: printed by Brewster Printing Co. The inner cover of the front cover carries a historic note and details of the anniversary watermark and concludes that 'other sizes of the paper can be supplied at a negotiable price, subject to minimum order requirements.

Each sheet of the writing paper carries a special watermark, designed by Anthony Knowles of Plymouth College of Art, to celebrate the quincentenary of William Caxton's introduction of printing into England. Textiles found in Egypt also indicate a highly developed weaving craft by the 4th century ce, with many tapestries made from linen and wool.

Letters, poetry, and literary criticism by the Nottingham-born writer. The Book Club of California would like to gratefully acknowledge Sandor and Mark Burstein for making the exhibition possible, as well as BCC member Malcolm Whyte who suggested the exhibition and helped choose the books and design their display.

This book is almost certainly properly a Leeds publication.Listing of articles concerned with papermaking published inwith addenda to Bibliography No 10, 2 pages. Papermaking Texts: Repulping Paper and Straw-paper – Alan Crocker.

English translation of the article entitled 'On the repulping of paper with some notes on the project to. Textile, any filament, fibre, or yarn that can be made into fabric or cloth, and the resulting material itself.

The term is derived from the Latin textilis and the French texere, meaning “to weave,” and it originally referred only to woven fabrics. It has, however, come to include fabrics produced. The Coming of Print to York, c – STACEY GEE.

CAN WE PUT a date to the advent of print in York? An easy answer might bethe year in which Hugo Goes published the first known book with a York imprint, the Directorium Sacerdotum. 1 Another possible date iswhen John Hamman or Hertzog printed the earliest surviving edition of a service book of York use.

2 It is likely. Medieval Book Making Craft Medieval Book Making Tutorial - made from basic supplies you probably already own Book making tutorial Medieval Book Making Craft Posted on February by Layers of Learning We'll show you how to do a Medieval Book Making Craft with paper and embroidery floss instead of vellum, leather, and sinew.

The book progresses to teaching basic techniques like under-and-over weaving; braiding and plaiting with three strands, basic melon basket construction and basket coiling with easy random stitching and using natural plant dyes, as well as providing instructions for a few easy projects, including harvest dolls, tassels, lavender wands or bottles, three palm sheath containers, a plaited and sewn.

The pictures in this book are GORGEOUS and I want to go to every single place mentioned in this book! Heck, I want to LIVE in them all! This book will make you DROOL with how some people, and even countries, live re: book love.

The only sad thing is that there were quite a few book towns that have gotten smaller and some that have even folded up.4/5.