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Printing types, their history, forms, and use; a study in survivals

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:^^^ LibraryUNIVERSITY OFCALIFORNIASAN 0IE«OV.z,1' '-- —)PRINTING TYPESFORMS, AND USETHEIR HISTORY,PRINTING TYPESUSETHEIR HISTORY, FORMS, ANDSTUDY IJV SURVIVALSABYDANIEL BERKELEY UPDIKEWITH ILLUSTRATIONSni tienen las artes otros'^JVunca han temdo,que los ignorantes"enemigosVOLUME nCAMBRIDGEHARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESSLONDON: HUMPHREY MILFORDOXFORD PRESS1922HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESSCOPYRIGHT, 1922, BYPrinting, August, 1922First January, 1923SecondPRESS, BOSTON, U. S. A.D. B. UPDIKE, THE MERRYMOUNTTABLE OF CONTENTSVOLUME IICHAPTER Page1500-1800XV. TYPES OF THE NETHERLANDS:I. THE WORK OF THE PLANTIN PRESS 3II. THE ELZEVIR EDITIONS 15III. OTHER EXAMPLES OF NETHERLANDS PRINTING 231. XVI CENTURY§ 24XVII§ 2. 28§ 3. XVIII CENTURY 32IV. NETHERLANDS FOUNDRIES AND SPECIMENS 351500-1800XVI. SPANISH TYPES :I. EXAMPLES OF SPANISH PRINTING 451. XVI CENTURY 60§2. XVII§ 67XVIII CENTURY§ 3. 70II. SPANISH FOUNDRIES AND SPECIMENS 80XVII. ENGLISH types: 1500-1800I. FROM PYNSON TO WILLIAM CASLON 88II. WILLIAM CASLON AND THE CASLON FOUNDRY 101III. JOHN BASKERVILLE 107IV. WILSON, FRY, MARTIN, FOUNDERS 116AND OTHER124V. EXAMPLES OF ENGLISH PRINTING§ 1. XVI CENTURY 125§ 2. XVII 1303. XVIII CENTURY 133§XVIII. TYPES USED IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES, AND SOMEEARLY AMERICAN SPECIMENS 149CONTENTSviCENTURY "CLASSICAL" TYPES. BODONlXIX. NINETEENTHAND THE DIDOTS"classical" MOVEMENT 159I. THEBODONT 163n. GIAMBATTISTAFAMILY 176m. THE DIDOTCENTURY ...
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:^ ^ ^ Library UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN 0IE«O V. z ,1' '-- —) PRINTING TYPES FORMS, AND USETHEIR HISTORY, PRINTING TYPES USETHEIR HISTORY, FORMS, AND STUDY IJV SURVIVALSA BY DANIEL BERKELEY UPDIKE WITH ILLUSTRATIONS ni tienen las artes otros'^JVunca han temdo, que los ignorantes"enemigos VOLUME n CAMBRIDGE HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON: HUMPHREY MILFORD OXFORD PRESS 1922 HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESSCOPYRIGHT, 1922, BY Printing, August, 1922First January, 1923Second PRESS, BOSTON, U. S. A.D. B. UPDIKE, THE MERRYMOUNT TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME II CHAPTER Page 1500-1800XV. TYPES OF THE NETHERLANDS: I. THE WORK OF THE PLANTIN PRESS 3 II. THE ELZEVIR EDITIONS 15 III. OTHER EXAMPLES OF NETHERLANDS PRINTING 23 1. XVI CENTURY§ 24 XVII§ 2. 28 § 3. XVIII CENTURY 32 IV. NETHERLANDS FOUNDRIES AND SPECIMENS 35 1500-1800XVI. SPANISH TYPES : I. EXAMPLES OF SPANISH PRINTING 45 1. XVI CENTURY 60§ 2. XVII§ 67 XVIII CENTURY§ 3. 70 II. SPANISH FOUNDRIES AND SPECIMENS 80 XVII. ENGLISH types: 1500-1800 I. FROM PYNSON TO WILLIAM CASLON 88 II. WILLIAM CASLON AND THE CASLON FOUNDRY 101 III. JOHN BASKERVILLE 107 IV. WILSON, FRY, MARTIN, FOUNDERS 116AND OTHER 124V. EXAMPLES OF ENGLISH PRINTING § 1. XVI CENTURY 125 § 2. XVII 130 3. XVIII CENTURY 133§ XVIII. TYPES USED IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES, AND SOME EARLY AMERICAN SPECIMENS 149 CONTENTSvi CENTURY "CLASSICAL" TYPES. BODONlXIX. NINETEENTH AND THE DIDOTS "classical" MOVEMENT 159I. THE BODONT 163n. GIAMBATTISTA FAMILY 176m. THE DIDOT CENTURY FRENCH FOUNDRIES ANDrV. NINETEENTH 181SPECIMENS 1800-1844XX. ENGLISH types: 188 AND FELL TYPESXXI. REVIVAL OF CASLON 198 REVIVAL EARLYXXn. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN OF TYPE- FORMS AND ITS EFFECT ON CONTINENTAL TYPES I. ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES 202 II. THE CONTINENT 219 XXIII. THE CHOICE OF TYPES FOR A COMPOSING-ROOM 226 XXIV. INDUSTRIAL CONDFTIONS OF THE PAST AND THEIR RELATION TO THE PRINTEr's PROBLEM TO-DAY I. INTRODUCTORY 245 ir. EARLY CONDITIONS IN THE FRENCH PRINTING INDUSTRY 247 SOME SIXTEENTH CENTURY LABOUR TROUBLESin. 253 AT PARIS IN THE SEVENTEENTH ANDIV. PRINTING EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES 258 V. THE CENSORSHIP 266 VI. RATE OF PRODUCTION, HOURS OF LABOUR, ETC. 270 VII. CONCLUSION 272 CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF SPECIMENS 279 281INDEX