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|Named Person:||Christophe Plantin|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Theodore Low De Vinne; Oscar Lewis; Grabhorn Press.
Introduction by Oscar Lewis.
"This edition, printed, colored & bound at the Grabhorn Press, San Francisco, in March 1929, consists fo 425 copies."
The essay here reprinted ... was first published, with illustrations by Joseph Pennell and others, in Scribner's magazine [i.e. The Century] of June, 1888, p. -245, with caption title: A printer's paradise. The Plantin-Moretus museum at Antwerp. It was reprinted, with the illustrations, for the Grolier club in 1888 with title: Christopher Plantin, and the Plantin-Moretus museum at Antwerp.
|Description:||, 54 p. : 1 col. port. ; 16 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Plantin-Moretus museum
|Responsibility:||by Theodore L. DeVinne.|