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A Description of the Merrymount Press, Summer Street, Boston. Merrymount Press. Published by The Merrymount Press, Boston,] third impression revised (). MERRYMOUNT PRESS, BOSTON. was printed at The Merrymount Press.
Of about the same dimensions (lacking, indeed, only a half inch in length) is the Merrymount Altar-book, bound especially for the Church of the Advent, in Boston. The photographs that accompany this brief description give an excellent idea of the skill and pains which the. : Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha Complete 14 Volume Set (Blue, Half-Leather)-Merrymount Press Limited Edition: Good.
No Jacket As Issued Book. 8vo-over 7?-9?" tall. THE HOLY BIBLE Translated out of the original tongues in the year of our Lord Of this Library Edition One Thousand Copies were printed at The Merrymount Press. The Holy Bible Translated Out of the Original Tongues in the Year of Our Lord An edition of the famed Merrymount Bible, or Hinckley Bible, a handsome, well-illustrated production.
14 volumes complete. 'Of this Library Edition Copies were printed at The Merrymount Press, Boston.' Nice Firm Clean volumes.
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The entire book Boston book available online as part of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections: Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture. Updike, Daniel Berkeley. Notes on the Merrymount Press & Its Work. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pages comprise a checklist of Merrymount Press annual keepsakes, Description [Merrymount Press].The Holy Bible.
Boston: R. Hinkley Company, One of 1, sets on woven machine-made paper, out of a total edition of 2, sets. "The type for this volume was set at The Merrymount Press, Boston, and three hundred and fifty copies of the book were printed at Boston book De Vinne Press, New York"Colophon.
Printing information taken from the colophon. Title vignette and tail piece: Pages: "Of this book seven hundred copies were printed in Novemberby D.B.
Updike, at the Merrymount Press, Boston." Introductory--The play-book in EnglandNewbery's books in AmericaPatriotic printers and the American NewberyThe child and his book at the end of the eighteenth centuryToy-books in the early nineteenth centuryAmerican. A Book of Verse Author Taylor, Theodora Format/binding Hard Cover Book condition Used - Very Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover Publisher Newport [R.I.] Privately Printed ]Printed by the Merrymount Press] Place of Publication Boston / Newport, R.I.
Date published Keywords Fine Presses Poetry 20th Century Bookseller catalogs Books. Back hinge of paper covering of spine is cracked; both spine ends attached to book with tape. Loosely inserted is a four-page section of this book on which is written "Proof Sheet." 46 pages followed by 60 plates showing the typography of books produced at the Merrymount Press in color.
brown paper covered boards, paper spine label. : George Parker Winship. Book/Printed Material Christmas folders for,Boston, Merrymount Press]. This collection consists of the business records of the Merrymount Press of Boston, Massachusetts, and papers of its owner Daniel Berkeley Updike ().
The Press, which operated for 45 years, was known for its excellence in typography and design, especially in.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, First edition, 12mo, printed at the Merrymount Press, pp. , ; title-p. vignette; very good in original black cloth-backed brown paper-covered boards, light wear to extremities, lower forecorners bumped.
A commencement address. Smith Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "Of this volume, with initials and colophon by Herbert P.
Horne and title-page by W. Dwiggins, CCCIII copies were printed by D. Updike at the Merrymount press, Boston, Massachusetts, in the month of May, MDCCCCVIII."Pages: searching for Merrymount Press 55 found (71 total) alternate case: merrymount Press.
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FOREWORD THIS little book is designed to call attention to some of the historic places in Roxbury. The compilers acknowledge their obligations to Drake's "Town of Roxbury," Shurtleff's "Topographical and Historical Description of Boston," Ellis's" History of Roxbury Town" and other records, as well as to many Roxbury citizens who have kindly given information on various minor points.
Boston: R. Hinkley Company. Near Fine with no dust jacket. Limited Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. This is set number one of a limited edition ofprinted at the Merrymount Press. Some browning of the untrimmed page edges.
Some light soil, and rubbing to the raised bands. They appear to have never been read. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall. It was printed at Updike’s famous “Merrymount Press,” as indicated in the book’s colophon.
This book was named as one of the “50 Books of the Year” () by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. The papal coat of arms on the title page was designed by the American heraldist Pierre de C. la by: 3. Publication: Boston: Merrymount Press, Edition: First edition.
Description: Boston: Merrymount Press, First edition. Hardcover. 57 pages. x cm. Limited edition, one of published by the Merrymount Press designed by D.B.
Updike. Title page and interior text printed in red and black in standard and italic type. HUTNER Seller Rating: % positive. Description. Merrymount Press.- Book of Common Prayer (The) and Administration of the Sacraments, one of copies, printed in red and black, printed note concerning the binding loosely inserted, leather book-label of Haven O'More, original oxblood pigskin, ruled and stamped in blind, t.e.g., others uncut, a little rubbed (mostly upper joint and corners, small splits to joints), folio.
In he produced On the Dedications of American Churches and subsequently the Episcopal Altar Book of He also printed for Henry Van Dyke, who in the years following Henry Ward Beecher, was the most famous Protestant clergyman in America. It happened this way. The Episcopal Altar Book established a Merrymount Press reputation, and.
This edition islimited to copies, published by D. Updike at the Merrymount Press, Boston, August Postage & Packaging I am a bookseller based in the South West of Rating: % positive. "The Revival of Printing" contains bibliographical entries for numerous well-known private English presses, including the Doves Press and Kelmscott Press, as well as the Merrymount Press in Boston, Massachusetts, and is filled with facsimiles of fine printing from the presses reproduced by either collotype or letterpress.
New York: Scribners. Very Good/No Jacket. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall A clean 2 vol set in wine-red cloth, dated Feb on verso of title-page, printed at the Merrymount Press, Boston. Gilt lettering to spines with some minor stains to bds o/w vg.
Images on request. News from France () by Gabriel Naud at the Merrymount Press, Boston, in May, page NEWS FROM FRANCE. OR A DESCRIPTION OF THE LIBRARY OF CARDINAL MAZARIN. PRECEDED BY THE SURRENDER OF THE LIBRARY (NOW NEWLY TRANSLATED) * * *.
by Adam H. Dickey. - Brookline, Mass.: The Merrymount Press, Boston, p. Dickey, Lillian S. IB Title: Date: Item Number: Inscribed By: Inscription on front end paper: "This volume is the property of Charles A. Blake and was one of the collection of books used by the guards, who were placed at the receiving tomb, at Mount.
Description: The Boston Athenæum seeks a knowledgeable, aesthetically-oriented, and enthusiastic student of the book to research and organize an extensive collection of the work of the Merrymount Press which was founded by Daniel Berkeley Updike and operated in Boston from to This part-time (22 hours per week) position, which reports to the Curator of Rare Books and.
"Of this book, two hundred copies--fifty for private distribution and one hundred and fifty for sale--were printed by D.B. Updike, the Merrymount press, Boston, in March, " Introductory note signed: C[harles] E[liot] G[oodspeed.].Boston: Printed for C.E.
Goodspeed at the Merrymount Press. MLA Citation. Rowlands, Samuel. and Potter, Alfred Claghorn. The bride [electronic resource] / by Samuel Rowlands Printed for C.E.
Goodspeed at the Merrymount Press Boston Australian/Harvard Citation. Rowlands, Samuel. & Potter, Alfred Claghorn.Title: A LAST WILL OF WILLISTON FISH Author Name: Williston Fish Categories: Death, Publisher: Boston, Bartlett / Merrymount Press: Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket Seller ID: