Five hundred years of printing

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British Library, 1996 - History - 262 pages
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This classic is now available again in a finely illustrated, larger format, drawing on the collections and curatorial expertise of the British Library. The most famous introduction to the history of printing ever published.

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Review: Five Hundred Years of Printing

User Review  - Maya Granger - Goodreads

You know how you're doing research and you come across one book that's just like, "Wow, I would like to carry this book around and keep it under my pillow and cry about it in the shower" because it's just so helpful and project saving? Mhm. Read full review

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User Review  - Sarah Keliher - Goodreads

100 pages fell out of this book in one big clump, vanished into the papery chaos of my house, and did not resurface again. I feel ok about this. It was an educational read, but one which felt really ... Read full review

Contents

THE FIRST CENTURY OF PRINTING 145OI55O
3
THE ERA OF CONSOLIDATION 155O180O
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THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 180OI9OO
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