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A list of the incunabula collected by George Dunn

arranged to illustrate the history of printing
  • 83 Pages
  • 3.22 MB
  • English
Printed at the Oxford university press for the Bibliographical society , [Oxford]
Dunn, George, 1864-1912 -- Library -- Catalogs., Incunabula -- England -- Bibliography -- Cata



Statementby Francis Jenkinson.
GenreCatalogs., Bibliography
SeriesSupplement to the Bibliographical Society"s Transactions,, no. 3
ContributionsDunn, George, 1864-1912., Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsZ240 .D923
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 83 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6667968M
LC Control Number24019754

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[Oxford] Printed at the Oxford University Press for the Bibliographical Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: George Dunn; George Dunn: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Francis Jenkinson; George Dunn; Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection (Library of Congress).

Dunn, George, Related Names: Jenkinson, Francis Language(s): English: Published: [Oxford] Printed at the Oxford university press for the Bibliographical society, Subjects: Rare books > Rare books / Bibliography.

Guide to the Incunabula Collection at Stanford University, Collection number: Various Call No. Spec Coll Rare Books KAJ46 f Jerome, Saint, d. or 20 Provenance: George Dunn of Woolley Hall (booklabel); scant ms.

marginalia. "Reprinted from new series, vol. 3, nos. 2, 3, 4, pages,Annals of medical history.". Special Collections, University of Otago Library, houses 42 examples of pre early printed books that represent 15th century printmanship from Italy, Germany, Switzerland and France.

The prime purpose of this descriptive list is to raise the awareness of the existence of these books in New Zealand (and at the University of Otago, Dunedin) and encourage scholarly use in them.

It belonged to George Dunn (), of Woolley Hall, Maidenhead, bearing his book label and ownership annotation. Dunn was a bibliophile who amassed a splendid library with particular strengths in early printing, law books and medieval manuscripts. His book collection was sold by Sothebys in a number of sales between and List of the incunabula collected by George Dunn.

Oxford: Printed for the Bibliographical Society. p PB2-OP $ Johnson, Alfred Forbes.

Description A list of the incunabula collected by George Dunn FB2

A catalogue of engraved and etched English title-pages down to the death of William Faithorne, George Dunn was born inthe son of George Dunn of Bath House, Newcastle, and was educated at Beaumont College and Stonyhurst.

His particular interest was bibliography and he built an outstanding collection of rare books and manuscripts at his home in Wooley Hall near Maidenhead.

In particular, he collected incunabula, medieval. A list of the incunabula collected by George Dunn book A List of the Incunabula collected by George Dunn arranged to illustrate the History of Printing.

[Oxford]: Printed for the Bibliographical Society at the Oxford University Press, A Catalogue of an Exhibition of Books published during Organized by the Bibliographical Society. London: [Printed at the Curwen Press], GW lists it anonymously. Signatures: [1]¹². Goff, F.R.

Incunabula in American libraries, W-8 Hain, L. Repertorium bibliographicum, * Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke, M Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum, volume 2, page (IA.

) Incunabula Short Title Catalogue, iw Library of. A particular strength of the collection consists in the large number of books printed at the Aldine Press that it contains. As well as donating a number of Aldines from his own personal collection, Jones funded the acquisition of formerly owned by the Rev.

Charles Daniel (), late Provost of Worcester College, Oxford, and founder of the Daniel Press. pounds at the auction.8 Dunn's collection of incunables was impor-tant enough that Francis Jenkinson published a list of its contents and the present location of the volumes then dispersed (A List of the Incunabula Collected by George Dunn Arranged to Illustrate the History of Printing [Oxford: Oxford Bibliographical Society, ).

George Dunn (), ; printed label; F. Jenkinson, A List of the Incunabula Collected by George Dunn Arranged to Illustrate the History of Printing (Oxford, ), no. ; sale (), lot Ernst Philip Goldschmidt (); ‘E.P.G.

| 44' in red ink on the front pastedown. Author(s): Dunn,George,; Jenkinson,Francis John Henry, Title(s): A list of the incunabula collected by George Dunn,arranged to illustrate the. An incunable, or sometimes incunabulum (plural incunables or incunabula, respectively), is a book, pamphlet, or broadside printed in Europe before the 16th bula are not manuscripts, which are documents written by ofthere are ab distinct known incunable editions extant, but the probable number of surviving copies in Germany alone is estimated at around.

George Dunn (), Woolley Hall, Maidenhead, booklabel (front pastedown), notes and price code: [rho gamma], purchased Oct. (front endleaf 1 recto); his sale, Sotheby's, 22 Luigi Lubrano (Naples) for £20; Giuseppe Martini, catalogue 12 (November ), no.

for $; J.P. Morgan, Jr. (), purchased from Martini, April The core of this collection was acquired inwhen the Law School purchased at auction the law library of the English collector George Dunn.

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Although Dunn studied law and was accepted to the bar, he never practiced as a barrister, preferring to spend his time in study and collecting manuscripts and early printed books. A list of the incunabula collected by George Dunn, arranged to illustrate the history of printing ([Oxford] Printed at the Oxford university press for the Bibliographical society, ), by George Dunn and Francis Jenkinson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).

Get this from a library. Catalogue of the valuable & extensive library formed by George Dunn, esq. (deceased) Woolley Hall, near Maidenhead: sold by order of the executors. Which will be sold by auction by Messrs.

Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, auctioneers of literary property & works illustrative of the fine arts, at their house, No. 13, Wellington Street, Strand, W.C. Incunabula: Incunabula are books that were printed before The library contains more than incunabula, which was the second largest collection in the United States after the Library of Congress.

This collection includes the Gutenberg Bible, printed inwhich was the first substantial book printed with moveable type in Europe. Crynes (), Fellow of St John's College, Oxford, also left a large collection of books to the Library, including incunabula.

The third large bequest containing incunables was that of Richard Rawlinson (), the non-juring bishop. His very extensive library included books. Lienz (Tyrol), Carmelite monastery, inscription: "Carmeli Leontini " (leaf [1]/2r) and shelf mark: B 60 (leaf [1]/1r); Joseph Johann Oberhueber (), armorial booklabel (front pastedown); George Dunn (), Woolley Hall, Maidenhead, booklabel (front pastedown) and price code: [chi epsilon], purchased May (leaf [1]/1r); his sale, Sotheby's, 22

PROVENANCE: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy Q with bookplates of George Dunn and Walter Seton. Modern pencil bibliographic descriptions on verso of front free endpaper, with printed dealer's description tipped-on. Purchased from Maggs in May, In the romance genre, Dunn has written and released around 30 novels.

She has also written more than 16 mystery novels as well. Before becoming a novelist, Dunn obtained her degree in B.A. from the Manchester University in the Russian and French languages.

Being born and raised in England, Dunn has always liked to travel to a number of places.

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The papers of George (–) and Jacob Dunn, Sr. (–) primarily deal with the two brothers’ mining endeavors in California during the late s and early s. Subjects include partnerships with other miners, the death of George Dunn, and related issues.

There is also an undated essay, presumably by Jacob Sr., on their. An emblem book is a book collecting emblems (allegorical illustrations) with accompanying explanatory text, typically morals or poems. This category of books was popular in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries.

Emblem books are collections of sets of three elements: an icon or image, a motto, and text explaining the connection between the image and motto.

Goff G-6 Hain-Copinger-Reichling BM 15th cent., VI, p. (IB) IGI Vollbehr H The W. Budden Library houses the Archive Collection: Monographs- ; Print Journals- 37 ceased publications (range ); Ephemera/Realia (not cataloged- range present); Collected Papers- William Allen Budden DC, ND; Ralph Failor DC; Herbert J.

Vear DC, George Dunn DC; Appa Anderson DC; photographs of Oregon Chiropractic practitioners, teachers and leaders. Title from rubric. Trimmed before binding; rubric partially obscured.

The first three books are devoted to the realities that contribute to salvation. The divisions of this book as of the other books are called distinctiones. The first book contains 48 distinctiones, the second book conta the third b and the fourth book.

The sale of George Dunn’s superlative collection of manuscripts, incunabula, Shakespeare folios, etc., took place in four sessions at Sotheby’s from “I made a good haul at the Dunn sale a few weeks ago,” Osler wrote. 8Cushing, Life, vol. 2, p. He did indeed, at a price.Once part of the legendary collection of George Dunn, and sold at his estate sale in by Sotheby's, this copy contains his classic bookplate as well as bibliographic notation to the upper endpaper.

Dunn was known for his collection of early and rare stamped bindings, this being no exception. More information on Dunn date: the book in full brown morocco in the late 19th century has deprived this copy of any further signs of provenance, except for the bookplate (Spread 2) of the great collector of early English books and incunabula, George Dunn (–).

His books were dispersed at auction in four Sotheby sales between and Dunn’s initialed.