6 edition of Mechanick exercises on the whole art of printing (1683-4) found in the catalog.
Mechanick exercises on the whole art of printing (1683-4)
|Statement||by Joseph Moxon ; edited by Herbert Davis & Harry Carter.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Davis, Herbert John, 1893-1967., Carter, Harry Graham.|
|LC Classifications||Z244.A2 M93 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lviii, 487 p. :|
|Number of Pages||487|
|LC Control Number||77020468|
The machinery of printing houses changed only to the slightest extent between the days of Johannes Gutenberg (c) and the early nineteenth-century. The craft and culture of the printing house were exhaustively described in Joseph Moxon's, Mechanick Exercises on the Whole Art of Printing, issued in parts in and available in a facsimile. Included therein was Mechanick Exercises in the Whole Art of Printing describing the complete process of letter design, punch cutting, foundry processes and printing. See this page larger here 1. Letterpress. The process of surface printing, (ink on metal surface to paper) was the primary means for printing books for most of printing history.
In addition to the art of joinery, the “Mechanick Exercises” included pam-phlets on blacksmithing, house carpentry, bricklaying and drawing a sundial. Moxon () is perhaps best known for his treatise on the “Whole Art of Printing,” which features a long biography of his dealings, mostly as they relate to the world of Size: 1MB. Mechanick Exercises on the Whole Art of Printing ( – 4) Edited by Herbert Davis & Harry Carter, Oxford: OUP, (2nd. ed.) (rpr. NY: Dover, ) pp. xix -lv Bill on 8 Jan • LinkBorn: ()8 August
This essay examines the shifting, ideologically situated and contested representations of print texts and technologies in two representative printers' manuals: Joseph Moxon's Mechanick Exercises on the Whole Art of Printing and John Smith's The Printer's Grammar. The construction of orderly print is supported in each by changing discourses of sexuality and by: 9. Printer’s manuals form an important source of book historical information. The first such manual in any language was Joseph Moxon’s Mechanick Exercises on the Whole Art of Printing (London, ). Numerous handbooks were to follow over the centuries, and they are crucial for understanding of how texts were produced in the hand-press period.
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Excerpt from the book flap: "Joseph Moxon, Hydrographer to Charles II and a Fellow of the Royal Society, began in a series of Mechanick Exercises giving practical instruction in the manual trades.
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A brief biography of Joseph Moxon Joseph Moxon (August 8, - Febru ) is best known today for his two works: Mechanick Exercises: Or, The Doctrine of Handy-Works and for Mechanick Exercises On The Whole Art Of Printing.
In his day, Moxon was famed for his skills as a maker of terrestrial and celestial globes,File Size: 2MB. Get this from a library. Mechanick exercises on the whole art of printing (). [Joseph Moxon; Herbert Davis; Harry Graham Carter] -- [This book] has long been one of the most famous works on typography.
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Will show signs of wear to cover and/or pages. There may be underlining, highlighting, and or writing. May not include supplemental items (like discs, access codes, dust jacket, etc). Will be a good Reading copy. MECHANICK EXERCISES ON WHOLE ART OF PRINTING By Joseph Moxon. Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moxon, Joseph, Mechanick exercises on the whole art of printing, Mechanick exercises, or, The doctrine of handy-works: applied to the art of printing: the second volumne by Moxon, Joseph, ; Greenough, J.
J., former owner. MBPages: [This book] has long been one of the most famous works on typography. Published init was by forty years the first manual of printing in any language, covering absolutely everything that was known about printing and typography at the end of the 17th century.
Still regarded as an authority on early techniques in hand-printing by historians of printing, this compendium of practical. Joseph Moxon’s most popular book is The Art of Joinery. Mechanick Exercises On The Whole Art Of Printing ( 4) by.
Or, the Doctrine of Handyworks Applied to the Art of Printing: A Literal Reprint in Two Volumes of the First Edition Published in the YearVolume 1 by.
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Moxon's Mechanick Exercises: Or, the Doctrine of Handyworks Applied to the Art of Printing: A Literal Reprint in Two Volumes of the First Edition Published in the YearVolume 1 Mechanick Exercises, Or, the Doctrine of Handy-Works Applied to the Art of Smithing, Joinery, Carpentry, and Turning / By Joseph Moxon.
As hydrographer royal and as a printer and publisher, he had a reputation long known to many fellows. His election is probably linked to the January publication of the first part of Mechanick Exercises His most famous work, Mechanick Exercises Applied to the Art of Printing, [was] published in 24 numbers in Here he details.
Image of a type case from Joseph Moxon’s Mechanick Exercises on the Whole Art of Printing, // Public Domain This phrase means being. Volume 1 was the first book in England to be published in parts, or fascicules.
Moxon resumed the series in with Mechanick Exercises on the Whole Art of Printing, issued in twenty-four parts during and The general title page was issued with the.
Joseph Moxon (8 August – February ), hydrographer to Charles II, was an English printer specialising in mathematical books and maps, a maker of globes and mathematical instruments, and mathematical produced the first English language dictionary devoted to mathematics, and the first detailed instructional manual for : 8 August Mechanick Exercises: Or, The Doctrine of Handy-works.
Applied to the Arts of Smithing, Joinery, Carpentry, Turning, Bricklayery. To which is Added, Mechanick Dyalling: Shewing how to Draw a True Sun-dyal on Any Given Plane, However Scituated; Only with the Help of a Straight Ruler and a Pair of Compasses, and Without Any Arithmetical CalculationReviews: 1.Mechanick Exercises: Or, the Doctrine of Handy-Works.
Applied to the Art of Smithing in General. by Joseph Moxon, Late Member of the Royal Society, and Hydographer [Sic] to King Charles II.
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