Publisher:Cambridge University Press, London, 1952
Cambridge University Press, 1952, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Fair
22cm x 15cm. 337, 320, 253 pages, 3 volumes. Red cloth, gilt lettering, lettered jackets. Being a Study in The History of the Book Trade from Caxton to the Incorporation of the Stationers' Company, in the reign of Elizabeth I, James I, and Charles I. Correspondence regarding a review of the text for the Journal of Educational Administration and History by Professor Arthur Brown of University College London laid in. Minor wear to boards and edges. Small sticker mark to front free endpaper. Jackets worn with some soiling. Jacket of volume 1 is missing spine and is present in protective wraps. Bookplate of Dr. Gary Simes, date in ink to rear pastedown. Shipped Weight: 2 kilos.