This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. No dust jacket. In original cloth bindings with gilt lettering on the backstrip. Front hinge is torn, pages are clean of annotations and foxing., 800grams, ISBN:
Near Fine. Originally published by Cambridge in 1884. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall, xvii + 359 pages, gilt titles, green cloth. A near fine, clean hardcover with light shelf wear, hinges and binding tight, paper cream white, with previous owner's bookplate on front endpaper.
Very Good. B007IHZP6C Reprint edition, 1961. 8vo, 359 pp, no jacket. Plain black buckram with gilt lettering. Bookplate on front pastedown and very light shelfwear to boards else fine. A very nice copy.
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8vo Cloth 1st Edn. xvii, 359 pp. Covers and backstrip dull; split in upper joint; Library label verso f. cover; stamp on prelims and later; ink no's title page; shelf no. on spine. Signs of label removed f.e.p.; browning.
Very Good Plus. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Cloth/buckram, hardcover. issued without dust jacket(? )., top board shows gentle curve which responds favorably to the slightest pressure. clean, no writing or markings, sturdy binding.; facsimile reissue of 1884 original., xx-359pp., in three parts: 1. history of the woodcutters. 2. catalogue of the woodcuts. 3. list of the books containing woodcuts.
Very Good. Cloth, 8vo, xvii, , 359 pp. The standard early study. Contents of parts I and II: (I) Woodcuts from the block-books; (2) Louvain, Utrecht, and Bruges (1475-84); (3) Leeu's early workmen at Gouda and Antwerp (1480-91); (4) The Haarlem woodcutter and his school (1483-1500); (5) Foreign woodcuts used by Leeu and others (1485, 1491); (6) ZwoIle (1484-1500); (7) Delft (1477-98); (8) Brussels and Louvain (1484-96); (9) Gouda, Deventer, Leyden, and Schoonhoven (1486-1500); (10) Late Antwerp woodcuts (1487-1500).
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