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Amorial Bookplates. Armorial or heraldic bookplates were a favoured style for more than years after they were first used around the late 15th Century. They depict a coat of arms, which is granted to a person or institution by heraldic authorities. H. Bookplate Books Digitized and Available to View Online Studio Winter Number, /9, Modern Book-plate Designers, by Gleeson White Examples, published by William Griggs, English Book-Plates (2nd Edition), by Egerton Castle, French Bookplates (2nd Edition) by Walter Hamilton, American Bookplates by Charles Dexter Allen, Appears in 2 books from Page 35 - German bookplates known which were\ \mechanically reproduced are woodcuts, most of which* \were colored by hand. rfhe three oldest no-w in existence\ *are those of Hildebrand Brandenburg of Biberach ; of\ \\Domicellus Wilhelm von Zell of Bavaria; and of\ ^Hans Igler called Knabensberg. Examples of Armorial Book Plates From Various Collections. Examples of Armorial Book Plates From Various.
This was a time when ownership was just as likely to have been marked by a handwritten inscription on the titlepage, or by a gold tooled armorial bookstamp on the leather covers of a book. Early Armorial There are rather too few examples of bookplates in the reign of Charles II for the term "Carolean" to have much meaning as a style. Heraldic bookplates. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader term: Bookplates; Used for: Book-plates, Heraldic; Armorial bookplates; Filed under: Heraldic bookplates L'ex-libris héraldique grec / (Paris: H. Daragon, ), by Louis de Maier (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) A guide to an exhibition of armorial and related bookbindings, BOOKPLATES (ex libris) have been used for many centuries, particularly armorial bookplates. Today the Armorial (coat of arms) Bookplate is out of fashion! The production of a modern day bookplate is no longer restricted to ancient methods of production which needed engraving and letterpress printing. The Book Plates Brother Hildebrand Brandenburg of Biberach Ex Libris Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections at Brandeis University holds a copy of the very rare first known ex libris - that of Brother Hildebrand of Biberach, a Cartusian monk at the Buxheim Monastery, believed to have been made in the 's.