Calligraphy & printing in the sixteenth century. Dialogue attributed to Christopher Plantin in French and Flemish facsimile, edited with English translation and notes by Ray Nash. Foreword by Stanley Morison.

; Nash, Ray, 1905-
Antwerp, Plantin-Moretus Museum, 1964.

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Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
Catholic
Rare Bks/Spec Collection (Non-Circulating)
Z43.A3 P71 D5 E5 1964 In Transit Discharged
Other Authors Nash, Ray, 1905-
Subjects Calligraphy.
Printing -- History.
Printing.
Type and type-founding.
Description 77, 218-255 p. facsims. 19 cm.
Notes 500 copies.
The facsim. (p. 218-255) is reproduced from the larger copy of the Dialogues in the library of the Plantin-Moretus Museum.
Original t.p. reads: La premiere, et la seconde partie des dialogves francois, povr les ievnes enfans. Het eerste ende tvveede deel van de Franc╠žoische t'samensprekinghen, ouergheset in de Nederduytsche spraecke. A. Anvers. De l'imprimerie de Christophle Plantin. M.D. LXVII. Avec privilege.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)01737206
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