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To George W. Jones of London, Master printer

Ernest Marston Rudland

To George W. Jones of London, Master printer

by Ernest Marston Rudland

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Published by [Birmingham School of Printing] in [Birmingham] .
Written in English

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  • Jones, George W.

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    StatementE.M. Rudland.
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    Open LibraryOL21871815M

    Along with Bartlett and Harry L. Gage, at that time the Assistant Director of Linotype Typography, the other members of the Council were typographer George W. Jones (–), printing advisor to Linotype & Machinery Ltd. (colloquially known as English Linotype), who represented the Federation of the Master Printers of Great Britain and. A distinguished Family of French Printers of the Sixteenth Century. Henri and Robert Estienne. Folio, 34cm, [12]p, Printed by George W. Jones at The Sign of the Dolphin, Gough Square, for Linotype & Machinery Ltd, London,

    The Plough Press, 6 x 9 and 12 x 9 1/2. pages, well illustrated. Bound by The Fine Bindery in half black leather, Ann Muir marbled paper sides. A separate portfolio contains 8 original samples of Jones' printing--including leaves from his books-- with descriptive leaflet. Fine set. Item # No. 13 of 15 DELUXE signed copies. Many of the leaves are double 4 pages. London: Limited Editions Club, George W. Jones. Hardcover. Two volumes, tall quarto 8 x /2 bound in half cream canvas and decorated gray boards. Illustrated with floriated initials in green and yellow with each page ruled in pale gold on pale gray paper. Copy # of designed, printed, and bound by George W. Jones at The Sign of the Dolphin.

    London: Limited Editions Club, Hardcover. Near Fine, lacking the slipcase. George W. Jones. Two volumes, tall quarto (8" x /2") bound in half cream canvas and decorated gray boards. Illustrated with floriated initials in green and yellow with each page ruled in pale gold on pale gray paper.   Z George W. Jones, printer laureate. Wallis, Lawrence. Mark Batty Publisher, [c] p. $


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To George W. Jones of London, master printer [Ernest Marston Rudland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Ernest Marston Rudland. George William Jones () was a British printer and type designer of the late nineteenth and twentieth century.

Jones was born in Upton-upon-Severn in Worcestershire and developed a considerable reputation as a fine printer, printing among other work elegant operated a press at "The Sign of The Dolphin next to Dr Johnson's House in Gough Square", London and Born: 18 MayUpton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire.

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A Tribute to the Work of George W. Jones Master Printer on the Occasion of his Eightieth BirthdayAuthor: Leonard Jay. London: The Sign of the Dolphin, First Edition. Hardcover.

Tall quarto /2 x /4 bound in half cream canvas and decorated gray boards, a similar style to the Chaucer titles Jones printed for the LImited Editions Club.

Printed for private circulation and illustrated throughout with samples from his work. An Ode by E.M. Rudland To George W. Jones Master Printer is bound in. This book provides the first extensive review of the life and work of George W. Jones () and fills an important gap in the liter.

Granjon is an old-style serif typeface designed by George W. Jones in the period – for the British branch of the Linotype company, and based on the Garamond typeface that was used in a book printed by the Parisian Jean Poupy in The roman design was from Claude Garamond and the italic version was To George W.

Jones of London Robert e several other Garamonds were on the market in the s. Prices (including delivery) for George W Jones: Master of Master Printers, by Ian Rogerson. ISBN: George W. Jones, printer.

SIGNED/LIMITED. Geoffrey Chaucer. The Canterbury Tales. London: The Limited Editions - Available at Weekly Internet Rare Books and. Catalogue containing an exhaustive study of George W Jones’ library, printed works, typefaces, ephemera, etc. As Stanley Morison, Harold Curwen, Oliver Simon and Francis Meynell were pre-eminent in the use of Monotype typefaces so George W Jones was the supreme artist in linotype typefaces creating remarkable linotype adaptations of Estienne.

George W. Jones (Printers) Ltd c. Company established by George Jones in London. Involved in various aspects of production (including publishing) for a number of trade magazines concerned with the graphic arts.

became a subsidiary of the department store Debenham and Freebody. constructed factory on Whippendell Road, Watford. London:: Sign of the Dolphin. 26 cm. Facsimile pages. Red & black printed wrappers. See: George W Jones: Master of Master Printers, Preface Chapter 1: APPRENTICE Chapter 2: JOURNEYMAN Chapter 3: MASTER PRINTER AND PUBLISHER IN LONDON Chapter 4: LINOTYPE AND MIEHLE MACHINES Chapter 5: COLOUR PRINTER Chapter 6: INDUSTRIAL EXILE Chapter 7: AT THE SIGN OF THE DOLPHIN Chapter 8: PRINTING ADVISER Chapter 9: TYPE DESIGNER Chapter BOOK COLLECTOR Chapter BOOK PRINTER Chapter JONES.

The book provides the first extensive look at the life and work of George W. Jones () filling a gap in the literature of graphic design and printing history. He was one of the most respected and celebrated fine printers of his generation, producing books for notable publishers such as the Nonesuch Press and the Limited Editions Club.

Limited to 45 copies, hand-bound by The Fine Bindery of Wellingborough and containing original samples of George W. Jones' printing. The samples, loosely contained in the separate portfolio, are four leaves from The Canterbury Tales, two leaves from The Georgics of Vergil, two leaves from Two Centuries of Typefounding, one leaf from Pearl, and one leaf from A Calendar for the Year The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.

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Home Private Press & Illustrated Books George W. Jones, printer - Schnabel (Charles). Lobelia & Myrrh. George W. Jones, printer - Schnabel (Charles). Lobelia & Myrrh. Be the first to rate this product In stock can be shipped within days £ / unit(s.

Some Books from the Library of George W. Jones formerly at Monkbarns Northwood. Jones, George W. [London: Printed by George W. Jones at the Sign of the Dolphin, ]. This is a scarce privately printed by Jones, of the Sotheby's catalogue of his library at Monkbarns, the house at Northwood, Middlesex, which he sold in If the paper layer remained paired the Bodleian layer, it would have been in a group of sheets from this manuscript/print job/binding that was owned by the bibliographer E.

Gordon Duff (–) and acquired after his death by the master printer George W. Jones (–). James N. Green and Peter Stallybrass, Benjamin Franklin, Printer and Writer.

[Calhoun Winton] John A. Lane, Early Type Specimens in the Plantin-Moretus Museum.[Alastair Johnston] Lawrence Wallis, George W. Jones: Printer Laureate. [WP] Richard Southall, Printer’s Type in the Twentieth Century: Manufacturing and Design Methods.

[WP]. This type face, so-named in compliment to Robert Granjon, the great French type-cutter and printer of the sixteenth century, was designed by George W. Jones, the printer of this book, at "The Sign of the Dolphin," London. The illustrations by Mr. John Nash have been coloured in the stencil process by the Curwen Press, London."--Colophon.

Dickens, Charles, The adventures of Oliver Twist / (London: Chapman & Hall ; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, ), also by H. W. Vrooman, Martha Landis, Andrew Lang, H.W. Vrooman Collection of Dickensiana (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Library) IU-R, and printer William Clowes and Sons, contrib. by Charles.Robert Bridges; George William Jones; Sign of the Dolphin (Firm), Publisher: [Gough Square, London, England]: [George W.

Jones], Gough Square, London, England: George W. Jones: The Sign of The Dolphin, [] [] Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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