Stationers" Hall a sketch of the origin and development of the Company. by The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers

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Paginationp. 45-313
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Stationers' Company (London, England): In commemoration of the First folio tercentenary: a resetting of the preliminary matter of the First folio, with a catalogue of Shakespeariana exhibited in the hall of the Worshipful Company of Stationers / (London: Published for the Shakespeare Association by H.

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The University of St Andrews employed a London agent to demand the books due to its library, and a series of Stationers’ Hall Registers was created, recording both the books received as well as lists of works entered at Stationers’ Hall and used by the University in managing its privilege.

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Close-up of the main storey of the east wing of Stationers' Hall, Ave Maria Lane, London EC4. 10 December Designed in its present form by Robert William Mylne (), in the late s. Faced with Portland stone, with a rather jaunty spire, resembling a lighthouse, over the bay. Right by St Paul’s Cathedral, Stationers’ Hall is one of the few Livery Halls remaining in London.

Built inafter the original hall was destroyed in the Great Fire ofthis Grade I listed building is steeped in London history. It’s no surprise then that this historic venue. To view records referred to in this guide you will either need to visit The National Archives or order digital or paper copies to be sent to you (£).

They are not available to view online, though a selection can be previewed in our Image Library. oazadlaciebie.com are these records. Our copyright records come from two very distinct branches of government and make up two very different collections. Get this from a library!

The Stationers' Company and the book trade, [Robin Myers, (Book trade historian); Michael Harris;] -- For more than years, the Stationers' Company has been a focus for the conduct of the print and book trade. Booksellers, stationers, printers, binders, other producers, and dealers united with a.Click on the magazine covers to see a digital sample of a recent OSA magazine.

If you are a member of the OSA you can access all magazines published by the school and OSA since by going to the Library section of this site and following the instructions.Nov 25,  · In celebration of the 40th year of the Book Trade History Conference, The Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association Education Trust are delighted to announced that the event - LIVES IN BOOK TRADE HISTORY: Changing Contours of Research over forty years – will take place on Sunday 25 and Monday 26 November at Stationers’ Hall in the heart of the City of London.

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