Zoeken: Early Printed Editions, 2012

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Short Title Catalogue Flanders (STCV) | Dossierpagina | 06-03-2012

Logo Short Title Catalogus VlaanderenSince 2000, the Short Title Catalogue Flanders (STCV: Short Title Catalogus Vlaanderen) project is developing an online database with extensive bibliographical descriptions of editions printed in Flanders before 1801. The database contains 26,569
descriptions (13 September 2021), based on  51,687
copies from various important heritage collections, mainly in Flanders, Belgium.

A brochure in English provides basic information about the database. An extensive project description is available in Dutch.

Our Facebook page and Twitter account provides summary updates about the project in English.

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The Bibliography of the Hand Print Book in Flanders and Brussels. Short Title Catalogue Flanders | Documentatie | 24-01-2012

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Leaflet about the Short Title Catalogue Flanders (STCV).

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Netherlandish Books. Books Published in the Low Countries and Dutch Books Printed Abroad before 1601 | Documentatie | 28-08-2012

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Netherlandish Books. Books Published in the Low Countries and Dutch Books Printed Abroad before 1601, Edited by Andrew Pettegree and Malcolm Walsby. Leiden: Bril, 2011.

Netherlandish Books offers a unique overview of what was printed during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the Low Countries. This bibliography lists descriptions of over 32,000 editions together with bibliographical references, an introduction and indexes. It draws on the analysis of collections situated in libraries throughout the world....

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The Book of Books. 500 Years of Graphic Innovation | Documentatie | 30-07-2012

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The Book of Books. 500 Years of Graphic Innovation, Edited by Matieu Lommen. London: Thames & Hudson, 2012.

The book has been the number one information carrier for many centuries, even in the digital age, books continue to sell and continue to be objects of desire. The Book of Books describes and, above all, demonstrates the visual history of the printed book, with graphic milestones and other surprising finds drawn from the University of Amsterdam's...

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