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The Resource C-S the master craftsman : an account of the work of T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, by Norman H. Strouse. Cobden-Sanderson's partnership with Emery Walker / by John Dreyfus

C-S the master craftsman : an account of the work of T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, by Norman H. Strouse. Cobden-Sanderson's partnership with Emery Walker / by John Dreyfus

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C-S the master craftsman : an account of the work of T.J. Cobden-Sanderson
Title
C-S the master craftsman
Title remainder
an account of the work of T.J. Cobden-Sanderson
Statement of responsibility
by Norman H. Strouse. Cobden-Sanderson's partnership with Emery Walker / by John Dreyfus
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Genre
Language
eng
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DLC
Citation location within source
  • DP 1 (leaf)
  • p. 144 (leaf)
  • 154
Citation source
  • Tidcombe, M. Doves Press
  • Tidcombe, M. Doves Press
  • Chalmers, J. P. Checklist of leaf books
Index
no index present
LC call number
Z232.C65
LC item number
C16
Literary form
non fiction
Label
C-S the master craftsman : an account of the work of T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, by Norman H. Strouse. Cobden-Sanderson's partnership with Emery Walker / by John Dreyfus
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Note
  • Title in blue and black
  • Printer's device of Doves Press on title page in rust
  • Blue initials
  • Running-titles in rust or blue
  • Original leaves bound in: Goethe's Faust Act III, Sc. 1 p. 215-216. [and] Ecclesiasticus, Prologue and Chap. 1 from the Doves Bible. p. 125-126
  • "...The type for the text was set by hand in 14-point Palatino, designed by Hermann Zapf. For display, I have used Pascal, designed by Jose Mendoza y Almeida... The paper is handmade Tovil and it was printed dry... The authors and printer of this study are indebted to Mrs. Cobden-Sanderson for permitting extracts to be printed from T.J. Cobden-Sanderson's manuscript Pro Iracundia sua Apologia (1919), now in the collection of Mr. Norman H. Strouse; and to Miss Elizabeth de Haas for permission to quote from a memoir written circa 1922 by Emery Walker to his lawyer, and now in the possession of Miss de Haas.... The first twelve copies [identified A to L] have both leaves on vellum, and of these ten contain a Johnston initial. The next seventy-five copies [identified I to LXXV] contain a Bible leaf on handmade paper and a quarto leaf on vellum. The balance of the edition, approximately 242 copies, has both leaves on handmade paper. This is copy IX. [signature] Leonard F. Bahr."--Colophon
  • Laid in a photograph of "Emery Walker and T.J. Cobden-Sanderson in the courtyard of The Doves Press, circa 1904." Made from a print of the original negative taken by Dr. Charles T. Silve and is included with each copy of "C-S The Master Craftsman" through the generosity of A. Burton Carnes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
39 cm.
Extent
54 p.
Lccn
73160509 //r852
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Bound in half white vellum with design in various shades of brown on dark brown paper covered boards. Title on spine in gilt.
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn369203425
Label
C-S the master craftsman : an account of the work of T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, by Norman H. Strouse. Cobden-Sanderson's partnership with Emery Walker / by John Dreyfus
Publication
Note
  • Title in blue and black
  • Printer's device of Doves Press on title page in rust
  • Blue initials
  • Running-titles in rust or blue
  • Original leaves bound in: Goethe's Faust Act III, Sc. 1 p. 215-216. [and] Ecclesiasticus, Prologue and Chap. 1 from the Doves Bible. p. 125-126
  • "...The type for the text was set by hand in 14-point Palatino, designed by Hermann Zapf. For display, I have used Pascal, designed by Jose Mendoza y Almeida... The paper is handmade Tovil and it was printed dry... The authors and printer of this study are indebted to Mrs. Cobden-Sanderson for permitting extracts to be printed from T.J. Cobden-Sanderson's manuscript Pro Iracundia sua Apologia (1919), now in the collection of Mr. Norman H. Strouse; and to Miss Elizabeth de Haas for permission to quote from a memoir written circa 1922 by Emery Walker to his lawyer, and now in the possession of Miss de Haas.... The first twelve copies [identified A to L] have both leaves on vellum, and of these ten contain a Johnston initial. The next seventy-five copies [identified I to LXXV] contain a Bible leaf on handmade paper and a quarto leaf on vellum. The balance of the edition, approximately 242 copies, has both leaves on handmade paper. This is copy IX. [signature] Leonard F. Bahr."--Colophon
  • Laid in a photograph of "Emery Walker and T.J. Cobden-Sanderson in the courtyard of The Doves Press, circa 1904." Made from a print of the original negative taken by Dr. Charles T. Silve and is included with each copy of "C-S The Master Craftsman" through the generosity of A. Burton Carnes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
39 cm.
Extent
54 p.
Lccn
73160509 //r852
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Bound in half white vellum with design in various shades of brown on dark brown paper covered boards. Title on spine in gilt.
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn369203425

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