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Created by Melinda Hayes, Rare Books Librarian, Special Collections
Printing Evidence in Early Printed Books
Examining the printing in the pages of early printed books provides clues about how the text is presented as well as how a book was printed. You will see what type of design elements were employed and who was responsible for the creation of the book.
Giovanni Francesco Pico della Mirandola's Concordiaeqve comitis (Strasbourg: Johann Grüninger, 1509) B785.P53 D45 1509