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Two Volumes in One. WITH: HODGSON, Thomas (1755-1850). An Essay on the Origin and Progress of Stereotype Printing. With a New Introduction by Michael L. Turner. FACSIMILE REPRINTS. Series: Nineteenth-Century Book Arts and Printing History, No. 9. 8vo. 8 3/4 x 5 5/8 inches. [xviii], 60; xii, (180),  pp. 3 plates in Brightly's work; text clean, unmarked. Brown cloth, gilt spine; binding square and tight. Fine. Brightly's work first appeared in 1809; Hodgson's in 1820. Brightly's work is a mere pamphlet, and is extremely rare in the wild; it was the earliest public account of the process invented by Lord Stanhope. Hodgson in turn was the foremost authority on the topic of stereotype printing in 1820 England.
Title: The Method of Founding Stereotype.
Publisher: New York and London:, Garland Publishing,: 1982
ISBN Number: 0824038835
ISBN Number 13: 9780824038830
Book Condition: New
Item: 16.00 Item
Seller ID: IY1114-026
Keywords: Charles Brightly, Thomas Hodgson, The Method of Founding Stereotype, An Essay on the Origin and Progress of Stereotype Printing, Introduction by Michael L. Turner, Garland Reprint, Nineteenth-Century Book Arts and Printing History, Stereotype, Printing History, Lord Stanhope