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HOLD THE FRONT PAGE 60 Years of Great Stories from the Evening Post, Belsey, James
1 Belsey, James HOLD THE FRONT PAGE 60 Years of Great Stories from the Evening Post
Bristol Redcliffe Press 1992 1872971423 / 9781872971421 First Edition Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Crisp clean covers, sound binding, clean pages and inside covers. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 1872971423. ISBN/EAN: 9781872971421. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 51716082164. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I, Nos. I-IV and Vol II Nos. I-IV. January 1884 to December 1885, ed. W G B Page
2 ed. W G B Page The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I, Nos. I-IV and Vol II Nos. I-IV. January 1884 to December 1885
Hull A Brown & Sons Limited 1884 No ISBN First Edition Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Dark red covers with black and gilt lettering and simple decoration are lightly rubbed at the edges, ex-library copy with usual pasted labels, stamps and ticket wallet. Paper is split over webbing at internal hinges with some looseness in the front joint but covers are firmly attached, internal binding is sound, pages are clean but a little darkened. Many black and white illustrations. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. January 1885: Some Ancient Crosses of Holderness by T Tindall Wildridge; Hull During the Seige, a Narrative of Troubled Times by Edward Lamplough; The Ancient Britons and the Lake Dwelling at Ulrome in Holderness by T M Evans; The Monastic Institutions of Hull and Its Vicinity by J J Sheahan. April 1885: The Late Mayoress, Mrs Albert Kate Rollit; Hull Corporation Plate; The Hymns of Andrew Marvell ascribed to Joseph Addison by Marie Hall; The Old Coaching Days by John Nicholson; Early Halifax by W Clucas; Dante Rossetti, Poet by R Curtin; A Letter from Hull During the Siege; Death of W A Gunnell. July and October 1885 (one issue): Durham by M W Whitfield; Scrutari by D D Lamplough; Letter on the Suppressed Friaries; Changes in Land and Sea by Chas S Whiting; Early Halifax by W Clucas; What is a Year? by Jno Cook; Capt. Angus Sadler of Hull, and the Boatswain of H.M.S. Orion by Charles Mason; Royal Visits to Hull, 1200-1884; Some Old Plans of Kingston-Upon-Hull; Reviews etc. 198, 188. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50317021034. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vol. I 1884, edited by W G B Page
3 edited by W G B Page The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vol. I 1884
Hull A Brown & Sons Limited 1884 No ISBN First Edition Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Brown covers with black and gilt lettering and simple decoration. Sound binding. Pages are a little darkened but are otherwise clean. Darkened end-papers with 4 previous names at front, three of them lined through. Many black and white illustrations. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50317021033. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Hardcover 
Price: 119.00 GBP
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The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I and II Nos. 1-4 January 1884 to December 1885, edited by W G B Page
4 edited by W G B Page The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I and II Nos. 1-4 January 1884 to December 1885
Hull A Brown & Sons Limited 1884 No ISBN First Edition Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
A half-leather bound volume with banded spine and marbled covers of quarterly magazines covering a period of two years, front paper covers of each issue are bound-in, the last two quarters were published as one issue. Includes black and white plates and inset illustrations. Leather and covers are lightly rubbed at edges, bumped corners, sound binding, clean marbled end-papers, blue issue paper covers are a little darkened with light wear at some edges of some, clean pages. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. January 1885: Some Ancient Crosses of Holderness by T Tindall Wildridge; Hull During the Seige, a Narrative of Troubled Times by Edward Lamplough; The Ancient Britons and the Lake Dwelling at Ulrome in Holderness by T M Evans; The Monastic Institutions of Hull and Its Vicinity by J J Sheahan. April 1885: The Late Mayoress, Mrs Albert Kate Rollit; Hull Corporation Plate; The Hymns of Andrew Marvell ascribed to Joseph Addison by Marie Hall; The Old Coaching Days by John Nicholson; Early Halifax by W Clucas; Dante Rossetti, Poet by R Curtin; A Letter from Hull During the Siege; Death of W A Gunnell. July and October 1885 (one issue): Durham by M W Whitfield; Scrutari by D D Lamplough; Letter on the Suppressed Friaries; Changes in Land and Sea by Chas S Whiting; Early Halifax by W Clucas; What is a Year? by Jno Cook; Capt. Angus Sadler of Hull, and the Boatswain of H.M.S. Orion by Charles Mason; Royal Visits to Hull, 1200-1884; Some Old Plands of Kingston-Upon-Hull; Reviews etc. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50317021026. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Altering Course, A Submariner in Fleet Street, John Coote, foreword by Hugh Cudlipp
5 John Coote, foreword by Hugh Cudlipp Altering Course, A Submariner in Fleet Street
London Leo Cooper 1992 0850523486 / 9780850523485 First Edition Very Good Condition Very Good 
Crisp clean unclipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, tight binding, clean pages and end-papers . Sunned dust-jacket spine. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0850523486. ISBN/EAN: 9780850523485. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 14019121081. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Hardcover 
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Geoffrey Dawson and Our Times, John Evelyn Wrench, foreword by The Earl of Halifax
6 John Evelyn Wrench, foreword by The Earl of Halifax Geoffrey Dawson and Our Times
London Hutchinson 1955 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition Fair 
Darkened dust-jacket has tear about 4cm from the upper edge, wear at spine-ends and notation on front fold-over Fresh dark blue covers with gilt lettering on spine. Sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 14820021108. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Hardcover 
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The London Saturday Journal, New and Pictorial Series, Vol. III From January to June 18 1842, Inclusive. Nos. 53-77 New Series, John Timbs
7 John Timbs The London Saturday Journal, New and Pictorial Series, Vol. III From January to June 18 1842, Inclusive. Nos. 53-77 New Series
London W Brittain 1842 No ISBN First Edition Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
A bound collection of weekly journals together with a title-page and index for the whole. Each weekly journal has a black and white illustrated title-page. Pagination is consecutive from one weekly journal too the next. Half-leather with marble boards, with wear on edges, joints and spine-ends, sound binding, clean slightly darkened pages. Previous owner's name and date on front end-paper. iv, 296. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 08120021167. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Hardcover 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 10, Summer 1951. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
8 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 10, Summer 1951. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1951 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn, paper is slightly darkened. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Articles and headlines include: The House of Commons and Linotype; The Report of the Letterpress Team is a significant document; A dictionary by Linotype; The Seventh International Congress of Master Printers; A change at the top - First stage in a new headline style for an old-established paper; Text face 'Georgian' by George W. Jones; New every time decorative material is easy with Linotype Matrix slides and blocks. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064079. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 11, Autumn 1951. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
9 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 11, Autumn 1951. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1951 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn, paper is slightly darkened. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Articles and headlines include: Pictorial Study of a World-Famous Virtuoso: the composer at work; Le Standard Typographique - how the French Railways obtain visual quality and indentity in their printed matter; 1478-1951 typographical history displayed in exhibition of printing at Oxford; Wood engraving in Britain; The running headline can be decorative as well as useful; Government Press of Pakistan - a valuable asset to a developing nation; Linotype Garamond series is particularly useful in book, periodical and general printing; Local Linotype instruction - day and evening classes in municipal centres. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064080. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 12, Winter 1951-52. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
10 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 12, Winter 1951-52. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1952 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn and have some small splits. Paper is slightly darkened but pages are clean and free from annotation. Staples are a little rusty. Articles and headlines include: A not-to-serious account of the trials and tribulations of putting Linotype in the picture; Technical problems in producing 'The Interpreter's Bible'; Production and Consumption of Newsprint across the world; For healthy circulation... inventive mise-en-page is a necessary quality in the 'Leisure' magazine; New type face Estienne by George W. Jones; Economy and Legibility are chief necessities in the classified ads; The new Linotype handbook. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064081. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 13, Spring 1952. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
11 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 13, Spring 1952. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1952 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are worn. Paper is slightly darkened but pages are clean and free from annotation. Staples are rusty. Articles and headlines include: Portrait gallery - distinguished faces are displayed in these specimen broadsides; 'B.N.B.' the production of this authoritative reference service depends on systematic method at every stage; Printing in Ceylon; The printers' church St. Bride's; Talbot Baines Reed 1852-1893; Fine All-Purpose Type Face - Plantin; Looking and learning - Ministry of Education visit unit on printing and paper-making; Printing at Barnardo's. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064082. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 4, Autumn 1949. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
12 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 4, Autumn 1949. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1949 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are worn and some are split. Spine has been taped, tape has left brown marks. Paper is slightly darkened, pages are clean and free from annotation. Articles and headlines include: A New Text Face by Linotype - Caledonia; WAD on the Shapes of Roman Letters; According to Pattern II. The Master Pattern; Robert Harling suggests that the personality of a newspaper is built up on its Display Type; The young idea at The LSP is keen and capable. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064073. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 5, Summer 1939 "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
13 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 5, Summer 1939 "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1939 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Loose leaf journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Journal has been stored folded and resulting horizontal creases across all pages are a little fragile. Paper is thin and folds are worn. Articles and headlines include: The Work of a Tester; Famous Weekly Goes Over to Linotype; How do we read?; Was Garamond a Modernist?; Why we cannot improve the designs of the earlier master; A Cross-Section of English Journalism; Did you know these facts about the Empire Press?; Estienne for Tyndale Linotype Face chosen for Commemoration Bible; Progress Towards Readability; and Origins of the Roman Alphabet (part 2) by John Shears. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064066. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 5, Winter 1949/50, Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
14 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 5, Winter 1949/50
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1950 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn, paper is slightly darkened. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Staples have rusted a little. Articles and headlines include: Reactions to Linotype's new text face - Verdict in favour; Minister of Supply told of loss of valuable orders; Newspaper Style; Dress reform in Goteborg; Design and Management by Vivian Ridler; Mr J. E. Egginton of Kemsley House retires; A great English printer and typographer - George W. Jones; The 'Boydell Shakspeare'; Third instalment of the Matrix Story - The Punch; Matrix slide designs. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064075. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 6, Spring 1950, Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
15 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 6, Spring 1950
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1950 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are worn, paper is slightly darkened. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Staples have rusted a little. Articles and headlines include: Annual Conference at Linotype House; Linotype School is open again; YMPs visit Altrincham Works; The vitality of the Letterpress Process; P. Booker-Cooke of Associated Newspapers discusses the problems of the Sports Page; Good design is good business, when it's the work of Customer+Manager+Designer by H. G. Carter of HMSO; Many Stages - chapter IV in the Matrix Story; Training at Leeds; Reform at RCA. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064076. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 8, Autumn 1950. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
16 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 8, Autumn 1950. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1950 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn, paper is slightly darkened. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Staples have rusted a little. Articles and headlines include: Linotypes installed at the University Press, Oxford; The Papers of Thomas Jefferson; Heads Left - a note on the typographical changes in an eminent newspaper; The Linotype method of casting-off copy; The Linotype range of fine book types includes an authentic seventeenth-century 'Dutch' face Janson; Sixth and final chapter of the Matrix Story; Plantin Bold. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064077. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 9, Spring 1951, Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
17 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number 9, Spring 1951
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1951 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn, paper is slightly darkened. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Staples have rusted a little. Articles and headlines include: Responsibility and its acceptance; Printing in Scotland; review of 'Kemsley Manual of Journalism'; The main stages of Linotype Matrix manufacture; Electra - a distinguished Linotype book face; the oldest printing house in the world on Majorca; New Founts and Faces. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064078. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Issue Number Seven, Summer 1950, Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
18 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Issue Number Seven, Summer 1950
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1950 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn, paper is slightly darkened. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Staples have rusted a little. Articles and headlines include: How many words do we read every day?; Baskerville is faithfully revived in the Linotype repertory; The Periodical; Faces for Heads; Stamping the character - chapter V of the Matrix Story; Welcome gift to young craftsmen of West Hartlepool; Scolarships at the LSPGA. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064074. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Volume I No. 4, Spring 1939. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
19 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Volume I No. 4, Spring 1939. "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1939 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Loose leaf journal or paper. Page size 44cm by 27cm, 8 pages. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Journal has been stored folded and all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Folds are a little worn, paper is slightly darkened. Articles and headlines include: Is there a perfect type?; The 1938 Penrose; Why do we need Logotypes?by D. R. Peck; When George Moore discovered Printing; Nine New Series: Sixty-Four Sizes; Gandhi Goes To Islington; What English Publishers can learn from Modern American Magazine Make-Up; The Birth of a Slug; Origins of the Roman Alphabet by John Shears. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064070. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
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Linotype Matrix - Volume II No. 1 Spring 1948 "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited", Linotype and Machinery Ltd.
20 Linotype and Machinery Ltd. Linotype Matrix - Volume II No. 1 Spring 1948 "A Journal Published from Time to Time by Linotype and Machinery Limited"
London Linotype and Machinery Ltd. 1948 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Staple bound journal or paper, staples have rusted a little. Page size 44cm by 28cm, 8 pages. Pages are clean and free from annotation. Journal has been stored folded so all pages have resulting horizontal creases. Paper is slightly darkened. Articles and headlines include: Pinters Must Face the Present; Remarkable increase in printing machinery exports; British Printing leads for quality and colour in export fashion publicity; Famous English Books; Choosing a type face; HMSO recognizes importance of typographical design in Government printing; Sound Slugs; The nimble matrix. Item Type: Journal. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 19920064067. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Paperback 
Price: 19.00 GBP
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