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Irish bookbindings 1600-1800.

Maurice Craig

Irish bookbindings 1600-1800.

by Maurice Craig

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Published by Cassell in London .
Written in English


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Others included Dublin City Churches, Classic Irish Houses of the Middle Size - which was widely acclaimed, though sometimes called Country Houses for the Middle Class - and The Architecture of Ireland from the Earliest Times to He also wrote books of poetry. His volume Irish Bookbindings came out in Irish Bookbindings , Craig Maurice, First Edition, Irish Bookbindings Craig Maurice , Number 6 in the Irish Heritage series. Five Hundred Years of the Art of the Book.

Craig (Maurice) Irish Bookbindings – , folio L. First Edn., Lim. Edn. Copies, cold. frontis plts. etc. with orig. ‘Prospectus’ loosely. Irish bookbindings (The Irish heritage series ; 6) by Maurice James Craig Free PDF d0wnl0ad, audio books, books to read, good books to read, cheap books, good books, online books, books online, book reviews epub.


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Irish Book Bindings - Hardcover – January 1, by Maurice CRAIG (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $ 2 Used from $ 1 Collectible from $Author: Maurice CRAIG. Irish bookbindings, [Maurice James Craig] Home.

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Find more information about: OCLC Number: IRISH BOOKBINDINGS, (Bookbinding). Craig, Maurice. London: Cassell & Co He also describes the folio volumes of the records of the Irish Parliament which were some of the most beautifully bound books of the period, by using rubbings and photographs taken before the books were destroyed in the Civil War.

Jacket slightly soiled. Home › Private: Bookshop › Bookbinding & Bookbinders › Irish Book Binding – Irish Book Binding – £ In Stock. Add to cart. Posted in Bookbinding & Bookbinders. Irish Bookbindings. Author: CRAIG, Maurice. Published by: National Library of Ireland (Dublin, ).

Single section booklet. 12p. Irish Bookbindings Sold for £ (US$ ) inc. premium Printed Books, Atlases and Maps. 2 DecGMT Oxford BOOKBINDING, BIBLIOGRAPHY CRAIG (MAURICE JAMES) Irish BookbindingsCassell, NEEDHAM (PAUL) Twelve Centuries of Bookbindings.

Maurice James Waldron Craig (25 October – 11 May ) was an Irish architectural historian, the author of several books on the architectural heritage of Ireland and other subjects, and a conservation activist. Life. He was born in Belfast inin a prosperous presbyterian family, though he later rejected his unionist background in favour of socialism and atheism and respect for.

IRISH BOOKBINDINGS – ; MAURICE CRAIG IRISH BOOKBINDINGS, Hardcover, 1st Edition, CRAIG, Maurice. IRISH BOOKBINDINGS, Read more about Irish Bookbindings; Books for the Millions: A History of the Men Whose Methods and Machines Packaged the Printed Word Books for the Millions: A History of the Men Whose Methods and Machines Packaged the Printed Word, Comparato, Frank E., Harrisburg, Pa, p, ().

MAURICE CRAIG is the foremost authority on Ireland’s architectural history. His many books include The Volunteer Earl, a biography of Lord Charlemont, Dublinan architectural history, Irish BookbindingsThe Life of James Gandon, Classic Irish Houses of the Middle Size, and Mausolea Hibernica.

Maurice Craig, Irish bookbindings (Irish Heritage Series 6), Dublin, Eason’s, Mirjam Foot, The decorated bindings in Marsh’s Library, Dublin, Aldershot, Ashgate, Joseph McDonnell, Five hundred years of the art of the book in Ireland: to the.

Students of Irish decorative bookbindings belonging to the period to are well served by Maurice Craig's standard study which appeared in 1 North American students of the bibliopegic art will be interested to know that the Rare Book Room of the University of Calgary has a small group of exemplars of Irish decorative bookbindings.

His many books include The Volunteer Earl, a biography of Lord Charlemont, Dublinan architectural history, Irish BookbindingsThe Life of James Gandon, Classic Irish Houses of the Middle Size, The Elephant and the Polish Question and Mausolea Hibernica.

Read more about Gold-Tooled Bookbindings Commissioned by Trinity College Dublin in the Eighteenth Century; Irish bookbinding, Irish bookbinding, BURNING BOOKS, JUNE THE DESTRUCTION AND RECREATION OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENTARY BOOKBINDINGS In the last decade of the nineteenth century, the book collector and amateur book binder Sir Edward Sullivan was shown a collection of large volumes in exquisite bindings that had been stored, unnoticed, over many years in the Public Records Office in Dublin.

The Russell Library houses the historical collections of St Patrick’s College, Maynooth which was founded in as a seminary for the education of Irish priests. The reading room was designed by renowned British architect and designer Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin () and completed in the year The Russell Library contains approximat printed works.

The volumes were acquired by the University of Calgary inand were formerly in the collection of R. Travers Smith, St. Bartholomew's Vicarage, Dublin, whose book-stamp is to be found in all eight volumes.

FOOTNOTES 1. Maurice Craig, Irish Bookbindings (London, ). These lists are to be found in Craig, 27ff; and pp 3. Craig, M. Irish bookbindings Hobson, G.D. Thirty bindings Hobson, G.D Bindings in Cambridge libraries Hobson, G.D English bindings, in the Library of J.R.

Abbey McDonnell, Joseph Five hundred years of the art of the book in Ireland Mitchell, W.S. A history of Scottish bookbinding to Irish Bookbindings London. Cassell & Co. First. p.p + 58 full page plates and 58 pages of descriptions. Large 4to. D.J. in glassine wrps. Loosely inserted is a 14 page booklet by Maurice Craig inscribed "Walter with best wishes from Maurice March ".

Scarce with signed ephemera. Good. € Signed Copy. Craig (Maurice) Irish Bookbindings -folio L. First Edn., Lim.

Edn. In Rare Books, Literature, Manuscripts, Collectib. Bibliographer J.R. Abbey had a number of books bound by him, one of which is illustrated in The Anthony Dowd Collection of Modern Bindings (John Rylands University Library,pp.

He also bound a copy of Craig’s Irish Bookbindings (the Maddock Collection). Catalogue Six Autumn Irish Art - Irish Artists & Book Illustrators. Beckett Festival –Gate Theatre/RTE & Trinity College Dublin.

October, 4to. pp Prof. illustrated. Gate Theatre presentation of all nineteen of Beckett’s stage plays in nine productions. Irish Bookbindings London. Cassell & Co. A digital reconstruction in Photoshop of one of the journals, depicted in Maurice Craig’s book  Irish Bookbindings –, was very helpful as an investigative stimulus but .Binding: Irish red morocco with broad gold-tooled border, using repeated individual vase, floral, star, dot and arc tools.

Flat spine, gold- tooled; one of the flower tools is similar to William Hallhead’s tool no.2 listed in McDonnell and Healy; title and volume number .