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Trade tokens of British and American booksellers & bookmakers

Trade tokens of British and American booksellers & bookmakers

with specimens of eleven original tokens struck especially for this book

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Published by Bird & Bull Press in Newtown, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tokens,
  • Booksellers and bookselling,
  • Book industries and trade -- Heraldry

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBookseller"s tokens
    Statementcompiled and edited by Henry Morris
    ContributionsMorris, Henry, 1925-, Bird & Bull Press
    The Physical Object
    Pagination83 p. :
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14648717M

    Posted by David Sanders, PM. The Booksellers & Bookmakers 18th Century Tokens - W. Longman () The Cabinet of the Marquess of Ailesbury and the Penny of Hywel Dda - C. Blunt () The coin book, comprising a history of coinage - I. S. Homans () The coin collector's manual Vols. 1 & 2 - H. N. Humphreys () The Coin Types Of Imperial Rome - F. Gnecchi ()Seller Rating: % positive.

    Apart from the San Serriffe coin, Mr. Morris delved even further into numismatics with his Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers, With Specimens of Eleven Original Tokens Struck Especially for This Book, published in by the Bird & Bull Press. This edition is accompanied by a heavy die-cut board folder containing Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers and Bookmaker, with Specimens of Eleven Original Tokens Struck Especially for this Book. Newtown, PA: Bird and Bull Press, 8vo. 9 7/8 x 6 1/4 inches. (86) pp. Half-title, title page printed with in two colors with vignette with hand holding a book, chapter titles.

    Tokens of the Eighteenth Century Connected With Booksellers and Bookmakers - reprint of the original LO.2 Low, Lyman Haynes () Hard Times Tokens - 2nd Edition LOa Low, Lyman Haynes () Supplement to Hard Times Tokens (second revised edition) LOb Low, Lyman Haynes () Hard Times Tokens - 2nd Edition - Revised and. Morris, Henry. Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers and Bookmakers. Bird and Bull Press (). With Specimens of Eleven Original Tokens Struck Especially for this Book Copies on Abebooks Copies on eBay. Morris, Henry. The Private Press-Man's Tale. Bird and Bull Press (). Line drawings by Lili Wronker Copies on Abebooks Copies.


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InHenry Morris, director of Bird & Bull Press, produced and published the book Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & book was accompanied by a heavy die-cut board folder containing eleven different copper tokens minted by individual booksellers & bookmakers especially for this book.

Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers and Bookmakers. (Prospectus, Ephemera, NOT the book itself) by Morris, Henry. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at InHenry Morris, director of Bird & Bull Press, produced and published the book Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers.

The book was accompanied by a heavy die-cut board folder containing eleven different copper tokens minted by individual booksellers & bookmakers especially for this book. Newtown: Bird & Bull Press, Octavo.

86pp. One of copies. Printers, papermakers, binders, and booksellers issued such tokens from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. Fully illustrated with photographic reproductions of tokens and engravings. Some sunning to blue morocco spine, else fine.

The tokens are contained in a separate cardboard portfolio, and. Newtown, PA: Bird & Bull Press, 8vo. quarter morocco leather with paper-covered sides and leather spine label.

83, 3 pages. Accompanied by a heavy die-cut board folder containing 11 different copper tokens minted by individual booksellers & bookmakers especially for this book, all enclosed in a slipcase.

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Newtown, PA: Bird & Bull Press, 8vo. quarter morocco leather with paper-covered sides and leather spine label. 83, (3) pages. Henry Morris, Trade tokens of British and American booksellers & bookmakers: with specimens of eleven original tokens struck especially for this book.

C ompiled and edited by Henry Morris (Newtown, Pa.: Bird & Bull Press, ). Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers by Henry Morris, With this publication Morris asserted that a “study of the history of the making and uses of these metal tokens will lead the reader down pleasurable and instructive byways of the history of the Book, many of which seem to have been long unnoticed.”.

The George Kolbe bookseller token, shown with theissue of The E-Sylum, was originally included with Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers, published in Henry Morris produced the book for Bird and Bull Press of.

page introduction, - - 9 section i. tokens issued by authors, booksellers, circu- lating librarians, engravers, newspaper proprietors, paper manufacturers, prin- ters and publishers, - 21 ii.

tokens struck by people unconnected with any branch of the book trade, but which refer to, and in most cases por- tray an author, - 78 iii. Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers with specimens of Eleven Original Tokens struck especially for this book.

Bird and Bull Press, Newtown, Pa Sections include – tokens issued by authors, booksellers, circulating librarians, engravers, newspaper proprietors, paper manufacturers, printers and publishers; tokens struck by people unconnected with any branch of the book trade, but which refer to, and in most cases portray an author; miscellaneous tokens of interest to the bookselling.

Booksellers' Trade Token Sculpture, [circa ?]. Bird & Bull Press Archives. This sculpture features several of the trade tokens that were cast for the book Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers.

In their broadest sense, the book arts are at the core of our inventory. To be sure, the category encompasses the specialties that you see on our homepage, such as Fine Printing, Fine Binding, and Illustrated Books. However, it also includes such things as writing books and calligraphy, fore-edge paintings, books on papermaking, and leaf books.

Tokens of the eighteenth century connected with booksellers & bookmakers (authors, printers, publishers, engravers and paper makers) (London, Longmans, Green and Co., ), by W. Longman (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Catalogue of coins, medals and tokens, mostly American. (), and Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers and Bookmakers, with Specimens of Eleven Original Tokens Struck Especially for this Book ().

Henry Morris’s publishing program has been a boon to the historian of the book. He is correct when he writes that, “without the Bird & Bull, many books on worthwhile, albe. Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers with specimens of Eleven Original Tokens struck especially for this book.

Bird and Bull Press, Newtown, Pa Description: Octavo, pp. 84; with notes, list of participants, bibliography. Folder containing the 11 copper tokens specially struck for the publication. Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers. newtown, PA: Bird & Bull Press, Trade tokens were issued by British and American booksellers from the seventeenth through nineteenth-centuries.

They were used as coinage for everyday transactions in order to make up for shortages of official small-denomination coins. Prospectus, Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers and Bookmakers compiled and edited by Henry Morris Prospectus, Vignettes by Henry Morris, vol.

2 Prospectus, Louis Herman Kinder and Fine Bookbinding in America: A Chapter in the History of the Roycroft Shop by Richard J. Wolfe and Paul McKenna. Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers: With Specimens of Eleven Original Tokens Struck Especially for this Book Henry Morris Morris, Henry.[4] pp.; Trade Tokens of British and American Booksellers & Bookmakers.

[]. [4] pp. • Items clean and unworn. Swine Print with crease from previous folding. An attractive, interesting gathering of uncommon ephemera. () For a collection of COLLECTIONS, click here. “Guilford & Green May Be Strange Bedfellows” Morris, Henry.Anyone with an interest in coins, coin collecting, numismatics will love this fascinating collection.

A Compilation of English Silver Coins Issued Since the Conquest, with Their Values (). This wonderful collection of books provides a great insight into the world of BRITISH COINS that would have been lost in history were it not for this Rating: % positive.