2 edition of triple crown--Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene found in the catalog.
triple crown--Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene
|Statement||by Colin Franklin.|
|LC Classifications||Z231.5.P7 F72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||77378538|
This edition is one of the so-called ‘Triple Crown' of the three greatest fine-press books, alongside the Doves Bible () and the Kelmscott Chaucer () by William Morris. The copy presented here is one of the only four recorded copies bound in linen-backed Holland blue boards, and formed part of the complete Ashendene Press. Signed artist memorabilia is also on offer, such as an autographed letter from Claude Monet to Camille Pissarro, estimated at $4,,, and a triple-issue art journal Derrière le miroir: Paris, by Marc Chagall, featuring his Paris-themed works exhibited at Maeght in , estimated at $8,,
The book was printed just two years before Cobden-Sanderson threw the Doves typeface into the Thames, thus concluding the bitter dispute between him and his partner Emery Walker, and bringing the era of the Doves Press to a close. Doves Press Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Triple Crown Collection, built over 68 years by collector Charles Gould, was acquired by the Libraries in The collection includes virtually the complete published output of the Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene presses, which together represent the .
UBC library's Rare Books and Special Collections section is home to upwards of , items, which include books, archival materials, photographs and . A collection of fine press by Ashendene, Doves, Essex House, Grabhorn and Kelmscott Presses also sold well, including such star lots as The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs by William Morris, Kelmscott Press, sold for $9, (est. $5,,) and Le Morte Darthur by Thomas Malory, Ashendene Press, sold for $7, (est.
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Get this from a library. The triple crown--Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene. [Colin Franklin; Bridwell Library.]. Dallas: Ondine Press, Octavo.
19pp. One of copies. Highlights an address given by And Ashendene book at Perkins Chapel to mark the acquisition of the Sir Emery Walker copy of the Doves Press Bible printed on vellum by the Bridwell Library.
Few marks to rear board, else fine in cream cloth, with paper label to spine. Item #Author: Colin Franklin. The Triple crown--Kelmscott Crown: Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene.
Dallas, TX: Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University, 4to. 19, pp. Original cloth, printed paper label on spine. Light toning to cloth. Item # FIRST EDITION, number 92 of copies printed by Bob and Bonnie Baris at the Ondine Press.
PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed to a collector "in admiration of his 'Triple Crown. The Triple Crown Abroad: The Kelmscott, Doves, & Ashendene Presses Beyond the British Isles by Erin K.
Davis. Softcover Exhibition Catalog. Shown at Washington University Libraries, St. Louis MO, Fall, Approximately 9 x 12 inches. 40 pages. Includes over 60 color Rating: % positive.
This illustrious volume—a presentation copy signed by William Morris to the book’s illustrator, Edward Burnes Jones—marked the first purchase from Mr. Franklin and occasioned his first visit to And Ashendene book Library, to which he delivered it on Sunday, Novem The Triple Crown: Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene.
Dallas: Bridwell. Scope and Contents: The Triple Crown Collection consists of over 1, items from three of the late nineteenth to early twentieth century fine book presses of the English Arts and Crafts movement: the Kelmscott Press, the Doves Press, and the Ashendene Press.
The English Arts and Crafts movement inspired by the medieval period, sought to emulate the beauty of the medieval book through. The “triple” in Triple Crown refers to three unique private presses that were active during the height of the English Arts and Crafts movement: Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene.
The goal of these three presses was to resist the dehumanization and mass production of the Industrial Revolution through reviving the high art of book making.
The Triple Crown Collection consists of over 1, items from three of the late nineteenth to early twentieth century fine book presses of the English Arts and Crafts movement: the Kelmscott Press, the Doves Press, and the Ashendene Press.
The English Arts and Crafts movement inspired by the medieval period, sought to emulate the beauty of the medieval book through intricate and elegant. The Triple Crown: Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene.
Dallas, TX: Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University, 4to. 19, pp. Original cloth, printed paper label on spine. Light toning to cloth. FIRST EDITION, number 12 of copies printed by Bob and Bonnie Baris at the Ondine Press.
Compliments slip of Decherd Turner laid-in. where hundreds of stores list millions of items. The Triple Crown Collection, built over 68 years by Charles Gould of Pasadena, California, includes some volumes marking the complete works of the Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene presses, which together represent the epitome of Arts & Crafts book design.
The Triple Crown: Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene. [Dallas: Ondine Press for Bridwell Library, ].  19  pp. 8vo, original cream cloth.
Very fine. First edition, limited edition (#22 of copies). Address on the occasion of the donation of a vellum Doves Press Bible to the Bridwell Library. FRARY, Michael & William A. Owens.
In fact, the Ashendene Dante, the Doves Press Bible, and the Kelmscott Press Chaucer have been called the "triple crown of fine press printing." Franklin writes that "this first major folio from the Ashendene Press has always occupied the summit," and Charles M.
Gere's illustrations, inspired by works of the early Renaissance, suit the spirit. Bromer Bookseller has always held the aesthetic of letterpress printing as the finest technique in which to present the written word.
We offer many fine examples of printing from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries, as well as earlier printed items.
On our shelves, you will the find traditional, restrained typography of Bruce Rogers and John Baskerville, as well as more experimental work. The University Libraries recently acquired the Triple Crown Collection—a rare collection of books, proof pages, and business correspondence from the legendary Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene presses during the Arts & Crafts Movement.
Putting Families First. In Washington University Library purchased the Triple Crown Collection, a large assembly of beautiful completed works, ephemera, printing proofs, wood blocks, correspondence, and business miscellany from three of the finest private book presses of the English Arts and Crafts movement: the Kelmscott Press, the Doves Press, and the Ashendene.
The Flight of the Doves, very good condition, no writing, folding or tears. The Golden Impala, Very good condition, no writing, folding or tears. TRIPLE CROWN ABROAD THE KELMSCOTT, DOVES & ASHENDENE PRESSES,ONLY COPY.
$ 0 bids The Flight Of The Doves (Piccolo Books) by Macken, Walter Paperback Book The. $Seller Rating: % positive. The Bridwell also holds what is commonly known as “The Triple Crown” in modem typography: the Kelmscott Chaucer, Doves Press Bible and Ashendene Dante-the greatest items from each of the.
These treasures, along with the Ashendene Dante and Doves Press Bible, each also represented on vellum and paper at Bridwell Library, comprise the “Triple Crown” of modern fine typography. THE A.V. LANE MUSEUM COLLECTION is named in honor of Dallas collector Dr. Alvin Valentine Lane ( - ).
In he began donating his collection to. He managed to assemble the most elusive Triple Crown of fine press printing: the Kelmscott Chaucer, the Doves Press Bible and the Ashendene Dante, all printed on real vellum.
He also succeeded in acquiring the complete archives of the Ashendene Press of C. St John Hornby along with all states of each of the books printed by Hornby, as well.
This isn’t the first time University Libraries has acquired a portion of Gould’s collection — inUniversity Libraries acquired the remarkable Triple Crown Collection, which represents the entire output of the three legendary presses of the English arts and crafts movement: the Kelmscott, Doves and Ashendene presses.tion’s highlights, entitled “e Triple Crown Abroad: e Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene Presses Beyond the British Isles.” e schedule begins on Friday night with a keynote address on “Cobden-Sanderson in America” by Marianne Tidcombe, bookbinding historian and author of a new history of the Doves Press.ing for ‘e Triple Crown Abroad: e Kelmscott, Doves, and Ashendene Presses beyond the British Isles,’ showcasing Charles Gould’s extraordinary collection of the three presses recently acquired by Washington Uni-versity.
e exhibit, curated by Erin Davis, included some of the books, proofs, drafts, ephemera and cor.