Limited ed. of 800 numbered copies of which 550 are for sale.
|Statement||compiled by Nicolas Barker & Douglas Cleverdon from recollections by T. F. Burns ...[et al.].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
The typographic book, a study of fine typography through five centuries, exhibited in upwards of three hundred and fifty title and text pages drawn from presses working in the European tradition by Stanley Morison (Book) 36 editions published between and in English and German and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Stanley Morison, [Moran, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stanley Morison, Author: James Moran. Stanley Morison: – Stanley Morison, May 6, – Octo In Stanley Morison wrote, “Typography is the efficient means to an essentially utilitarian and only accidentally aesthetic end, for the enjoyment of patterns is rarely the reader’s chief aim. Written by the respected typographer Stanley Arthur Morison (), English Prayer Books examines the history of the various liturgical books used in public worship in England, from their origins in apostolic times to the later stages of their development in the middle of the twentieth : Paperback.
Morison, Stanley, Publication date Topics Cambridge University Press, Type and type-founding Publisher Cambridge [Eng.]: University Press Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library : Stanley Morison, a radio portrait / compiled by Nicolas Barker & Douglas Cleverdon from recollections by T. F. Burns [and others] Barker, Nicolas [ Book: ]. xxxiv, p.: 24 cm. Stanley Morison, a Radio Portrait Morison, Stanley; Nicholas Barker And Douglas Cleverdon Published by Ipswich: W.S. Cowell, ().
John Fell (), Stanley Morison (), Daniel Berkeley Updike (), Edward Topham (), Luca Pacioli (ca. ), Thomas More Sir, Saint (), Aldo Manuzio ( or ), Anton Janson, Aulus Gellius, B. L. Ullman (), Charles Thomas Jacobi (,), Charles Whittingham (), Damasus I Written works: Pacioli's Classic Roman Alphabet. The Treatise of Gérard Mercator, literarum latinarum quas Italicas, cursoriasque vocant, scribendarum ratio. (Antwerp, ). Edited in facsimile with an introduction by Jan Denucé, Antwerp, and a note by Stanley Morison, London () avec Stanley Morison () comme Éditeur scientifique. FIRST EDITION. In: The Monotype Recorder, Vol Number 3, Autumn 4to. 11 x 8 1/2 inches. [ii], (32) pp. MS initials within a typographic ornament on the title page, pencil drawing of Morison by Sir William Rothenstein, , illustrations throughout (some color); text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, stitched; binding square and tight, creased. Very Good. "It was appropriate that. Stanley Morison: – Posted in People in Media History, Print Media, Typography with tags First Principles of Typography, Stanley Arthur Morison, Stanley Morison, The Fleuron, The Imprint, Times New Roman on March 9, by multimediaman.