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Wynkyn de Worde Society 1957 to 1978

H. L. Hunter

Wynkyn de Worde Society 1957 to 1978

a short history.

by H. L. Hunter

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Published .
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    John Ryder (ed), Six on the Black Art, Wynkyn de Worde Society, (illus w/ Margery Gill, Charles Mozley, Dick Hart, Don Higgins and Heather Copley) References Edit. John Ryder, Artists of a Certain Line: A Selection of Illustrators for Children's Books, The Bodley Head, , p.   Wynkyn de Worde (also Wynken; originally Jan van Wynkyn) (pronounced: Winkin dee Werd) (died ) was a printer and publisher in London known for his work with William Caxton, and is recognized as the first to popularize the products of the printing press in England. De Worde published more than books in over editions (though some.

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    F Wynkyn de Worde Society, Educational Institutions, F Carnegie Institute of Technology, F Club des Libraries de France, n.d. F Columbia University, F The Cooper Union Art School, F New York .   De Worde was born in either Woerden, the Netherlands, or Wœrth in Alsace; the name by which he is generally known means "Wynkyn of Wœrth/Woerden". Traditionally, he was believed to have accompanied Caxton to England in ; more recently, it has been argued that de Worde actually arrived c. , and that Caxton brought him to England to.


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Wynkyn de Worde Society 1957 to 1978 by H. L. Hunter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Name. Wynkyn de Worde was a German immigrant to England. There is some confusion in documentary sources as to the correct form of his name, which is given in the forms Wynkyn de Worde, Wynken de Worde, Wynkyn de Word, Wijnkijn de Worde, and Winandus van Worden ("Wynkyn" is a diminutive of "Wynand").

It is also given 15 times in the sacrist's roll of Westminster Abbey and in city. The Wynkyn de Worde Society respects the privacy of its members. Personal data, such as names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses and interests are collected from members when they join.

This data is kept securely by the Membership Secretary and used solely to inform members of the numerous social events throughout the year which are.

Wynkyn de Worde, original name Jan Van Wynkyn, (died /35), Alsatian-born printer in London, an astute businessman who published a large number of books (at least titles from ).

He was also the first printer in England to use italic type (). He was employed at William Caxton’s press, Westminster (the first printing enterprise in England), from its foundation in until. Founded inthe Wynkyn de Worde Society is ‘dedicated to excellence in all forms of printing’.

It’s a rather fantastic society which gets together regularly to eat, drink, talk about design and printing, and drink some more. The membership is made up of talented and frankly fascinating folk from right across the graphic arts spectrum – printers, graphic designers, calligraphers, [ ].

Founded inthe society takes it's name from William Caxton's journeyman, Wynkyn de Worde. After Caxton's death, de Worde set up his shop in Fleet Street, which therafter was for centuries perhaps the world's most famous centre of printing and publishing.

Worde is out about print's secret society Jenny Roper Friday, And certainly honorary secretary Alison Guy seemed perfectly lovely in her email inviting me to a Wynkyn de Worde talk on How Chekov Met Tolstoy.

But I’m not fooled. The website’s pleasant, engraved-effect sun logos and charming references to 15th century printing.

Wynkyn de Worde, accurate Jan van Wynkyn natus die ignoto – mortuus est anno Londinii) fuit typographus Anglicus. Lege etiam. Leonard Chave: Forty Years On: The Wynkyn De Worde Society ; Verlag: John Taylor Book Ventures () ISBN Nexus externi.

Societas Wynkyn de Worde dicata. Founded inthe society takes it's name from William Caxton's journeyman, Wynkyn de Worde. After Caxton's death, de Worde set up his shop in Fleet Street, which therafter was for centuries perhaps the world's most famous centre of printing and publishing.

Wynkyn de Worde Society. The Summer Outing will be to Oxford, taking two themes close to the Chairman’s heart: books and botany. In the afternoon there will be a visit to the Old Library at Magdalen, to view the books and papers that belonged to John Goodyer, a keen botanist and gardener, whose collection went to the college in Plomer, H.

Wynkyn de Worde & his contemporaries from the death of Caxton toLondon. Pollard, G. a ‘ The Company of Stationers before ’, The Library.

Transactions of the Bibliographical Society, 4th ser., The printing press was brought to England by William Caxton, but Wynkyn de Worde should be recognised for insuring its success.

His name suggests he was born in a place called Wörth, or Woerth in the region of Alsace, in north-eastern France. About this Item: Wynkyn de Worde Society, Hardcover.

Condition: Fine. MORAN, James. Wynkyn de Worde, father of Fleet Street London, Wynkyn de Worde Society, 8vo, pp. (8), 55 (1), with 4 plates and a folding map. Labels of the Lancashire County Library glued on front pastedown and recto of front free endpaper. Black buckram gilt. Wynkyn de Worde (also Wynken; originally Jan van Wynkyn) (d.

) was a printer and publisher known for his work with William Caxton, and is recognized as the first to popularize the products of the printing press. Life and work. De Worde was born in Wœrth in Alsace; the name by which he is generally known means "Wynkyn of Wœrth."Traditionally, he was believed to have accompanied Caxton to.

Founded inthe society takes its name from William Caxton’s journeyman, Wynkyn de Worde. Baseline Magazine An eclectic magazine that sets out to reflect all aspects of type, including its design, history, use, and links to the graphic, art and craft scenes.

The Wynkyn de Worde Society is about to celebrate its 60th birthday. In a group of designers, typographers and publishers decided that their new society should be named after de Worde, a pioneer of printing and publishing in late medieval England. In William Caxton, who had. Name.

As Wynkyn de Worde was a Dutch emigrant in England, there is some confusion in documentary sources as to the correct form of his name. While his name is given in the consistent forms Wynkyn de Worde, Wynken de Worde, Wynkyn de Word, Wijnkijn de Worde, and Winandus van Worden ("Wynkyn" is a nickname for "Wynand"), it is also given fifteen times (in the sacrist's roll of.

Get this from a library. Forty years on: the Wynkyn de Worde Society, [Leonard Chave; Wynkyn de Worde Society.]. Wynkyn de Worde Society. The Society was founded intaking its name from William Caxton's journeyman, Wynkyn de Worde. Its members provide the Society with a wide spectrum of people dedicated to excellence in all aspects of printing and the various stages of its creation, production, finishing and dissemination.

The printing works of Wynkyn de Worde. Wynkyn de Worde worked with Caxton for fifteen years, until Caxton died in He took over the house in Westminster along with the press and types and grew the business, printing more than a hundred books in the next ten years.

Wynkyn de Worde was a German immigrant to England. There is some confusion in documentary sources as to the correct form of his name, which is given in the forms Wynkyn de Worde, Wynken de Worde, Wynkyn de Word, Wijnkijn de Worde, and Winandus van Worden ("Wynkyn" is a diminutive of "Wynand").

It is also given 15 times in the sacrist's roll of Westminster Abbey and in city records as. Wynkyn de Worde, father of Fleet Street. London: Wynkyn de Worde Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: Wynkyn de Worde; Wynkyn de Worde: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Moran; Wynkyn de Worde Society.Books; Author: Wynkyn de Worde Society; Sort by.

The History of the Seven Wise Masters of Rome: Printed from the Edition of Wynkyn de Worde, by Wynkyn De Worde, Villon Society. See All from $; New from $; Add to Wishlist; The Pain and Sorrow of Evil Marriage by.The Wynkyn De Worde Society Charitable Trust Fund's charitable objectives: The promotion and encouragement of education in the graphic arts and related design subjects.

(for further details see declaration of trust).