Links and references

References

[1] Alan May & Michael Twyman, ‘Reconstructing a Senefelder pole press’, Journal of the Printing Historical Society, New Series 7 (2004), 5-21
Also available here as a PDF

[2] The Common Press (London, The Merrion Press) 1978.

[3] Joseph Moxon, Mechanick Exercises or the Doctrine of Handy-Works, reprinted from the 1703 edition (Morristown, N. J. : The Astrigal Press, 1989), pp 34-38.

[4] C. Holtzapffel, Turning & Mechanical Manipulation Vol. 2, reprinted from the 1847 edition (TEE Publishing, Radford Semele, Warks. 1993). pp 668.

[5] Alan May, ‘A new census of wooden presses in Great Britain’, Journal of the Printing Historical Society, New series number 24 (2016) pp 63-89
Also available here as a PDF

[6] Wavelength Films, The machine that made us, (A television film about Gutenberg made for BBC 4, 2006)

[7] From La grant danse macabre des hommes. (Lyon Mathias Huss) 1499.

[8] An early printer’s device of the printer Jocodus Badius Ascencius in a book dated 1507. See Falconer Madan’s ‘Early representations of the printing press’ Biblio-graphica  (1895).

[9] Drawing dated 1511 by Albrecht Dürer. Now in the Musée Bonnat, Bayonne (inventory number N 1 1288)

[10]Alan May, ‘Albrecht Dürer’s drawing of a printing press: a reconsideration’ Journal of the Printing Historical Society, New series number 15 (2015) pp 63-79.
Also available here as a PDF

[11] Alan May ‘The one-pull press’, Journal of the Printing Historical Society, New series 11 (2008) 65-89.
Also available here as a PDF

[12] Joseph Moxon, Mechanick Exercises on the whole Art of Printing, published in 1683. Published as the second volume of Mechanick exercises. A new edition edited by Herbert Davis and Harry Carter. (Oxford University Press 1962}

[13]Alan May ’Making Moxon’s type-mould’ Journal of the Printing historical Society, New Series 11 (2015), 5–22.
Also available here as a PDF

[14] Arthur M. Hind,  An introduction to the history of the woodcut. First published by Houghton Mifflin Company 1935. Republished by Dover publications 1963).

Links

Printing Historical Society website:
http://printinghistoricalsociety.org.uk/

The Museum of Printing, Lyons (France):
http://www.imprimerie.lyon.fr/imprimerie/sections/fr/musee/museum_enghttp://www.bm-lyon.fr/musee/imprimerie.htm

The Gutenberg Museum, Mainz (Germany):
http://www.gutenberg.de/gutenberg-museum/

Museum Enschedé (Netherlands):
http://www.museumenschede.nl/

The Plantin-Moretus Museum, Antwerp (Belgium):
http://www.museumplantinmoretus.be/en

The St Bride Printing Library, London:
http://www.sbf.org.uk/

The Department of Typography & Graphic Communication at The University of Reading:
http://www.rdg.ac.uk/AcaDepts/lt/

The American Printing History Association:
http://www.printinghistory.org/

John Jarrold Printing Museum, Norwich (UK):
http://www.johnjarroldprintingmuseum.org.uk/

The National Print Museum, Dublin (Ireland):
www.nationalprintmuseum.ie/

The Tom Paine Press
https://tpppl.wordpress.com/

Stan Nelson – Atelier Press and Letterfoundry
http://www.atelierpressandletterfoundry.com/

Wavelength Films
http://www.wavelengthfilms.co.uk/

Bodleian Library
https://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/theconveyor/2015/02/11/printing-on-gutenbergs-one-pull-press/

British Library Gutenberg Bible
https://www.bl.uk/treasures/gutenberg/homepage.html

Glasgow Hunterian Museum
https://www.gla.ac.uk/hunterian/