4 edition of Printing and the mind of man found in the catalog.
Printing and the mind of man
Catalog of the printing and the mind of man exhibition held in conjunction with IPEX, 1963.
|Statement||compiled and edited by John Carter & Percy H. Muir, assisted by Nicolas Barker, H. A. Feisenberger, Howard Nixon and S. H. Steinberg, with an introductory essay by Denys Hay.|
|Contributions||Muir, Percy H. 1894-1979., International Printing Machinery and Allied Trades Exhibition (1963 : London, England)|
|LC Classifications||Z121 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 280 p.|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||67089227|
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"Printing and the Mind of Man," as it was in due course entitled, originated in a suggestion made by Stanley Morison, who saw an opportunity of illustrating to the printing industry its own historical evolution and of reminding the general public what western civilization owes to print.
The book is divided into three sections: I the original exhibition at the eleventh International Printing Machinery and Allied Trades Manufacturer: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. Printing and the mind of man Hardcover – January 1, by Percy H. CARTER, John & MUIR (Author)Author: Percy H.
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Printing and the mind of man (Catalogue of a display of printing mechanisms and printed materials arranged to illustrate the history of Western civilization and the means of multiplication of literary Printing and the mind of man book since the XV century, organized in connexion with the Eleventh International Printing Machinery and Allied TradesExhibition) Assembled at the British Museum and at Earls Court, London, July Pages: Printing and the Mind of Man.
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Quarto ( mm x mm). New York: George P. Putnam, First edition. Second printing with ads & 8 bound at the rear and worn type pgs.
Printing and the Mind of Man: A Descriptive Catalogue Illustrating the Impact of Print on the Evolution of Western Civilization during Five Centuries. Compiled and edited by John Carter & Percy H. Muir, assisted by Nicholas Barker, H.A.
Feisenberger, Howard Nixon, and S.H. Steinberg. With an introductory essay by Denys Hays. Printing and the Mind of Man This is an attempt to link to digital copies of the works selected for the IPEX exhibition held in London and entitled Printing and the Mind of Man that has since been used as a collecting framework for many private collectors and libraries.
'Printing and the Mind of Man; The Inside Story' written by P. Muir for The Book Collector's Spring issue in Read here by James Fleming. Printing and the mind of man: a descriptive catalogue illustrating the impact of print on the evolution of Western civilization during five centuries. [John Carter; Percy H Muir] -- Catalog of the printing and the mind of man exhibition held in conjunction with IPEX, About the book.
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London: Cassell and Company. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Folio, pp. i-iv v-xiii xiv xv-xxxiii xxxiv-xxxvithe catalogue printed in double columns, illustrations, facsimiles, cloth. First edition.
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Printing and the Mind of Man has continued to attract the attention of book collectors, in the form of the expanded exhibition catalogue, first published in book form in PMM, as it is familiarly known, has become one of the most recognisable acronyms in the jargon of the book trade.
Printing and the mind of man: catalogue of a display of printing mechanisms and printed materials, arranged to illustrate the history of Western civilization and the means of the multiplication of literary texts since the XV century.
London: R. Bridges & Sons, et al,octavo, printed wrappers. pp., followed by 32 plates; 64 pp., followed by 16 plates. Bridges & Sons, et al, Item # This was a two-part exhibition: A technical exhibition at Earl's Court and a fine printing exhibition at King's Library.
Both sections with their own illustrations and indices. Printing and the Mind of Man: A Descriptive Catalogue Illustrating the Impact of Print on the Evolution of Western Civilization During Five Centuries Carter, John, and Percy H. .Organized in connexion with the Eleventh International Printing Machinery and Allied Trades Exhibition." "Printing and the mind of man, an exhibition of fine printing in the King's Library of the British Museum, July-Septemberpublished by the Trustees of the British Museum" (61 p.
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