1 edition of Gleniffer Press found in the catalog.
Offprint from "Printing world", 15 August 1984.
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Large Heavy Antique No. 4 Cast Iron Book Press 57 Pounds 11 Ounces. +$ shipping. - Large Heavy Antique No. 4 Cast Iron Book Press 57 Pounds 11 Ounces. HUGE ANTIQUE VINTAGE INDUSTRIAL BOOK PRESS 19 3/4 X 15 Inch plate. pounds!!! +$ shipping. - HUGE ANTIQUE VINTAGE INDUSTRIAL BOOK PRESS 19 3/4 X 15 Inch plate. pounds!!! Gleniffer Lake Resort & Country Club - Range R Innisfail, Alberta T0M 1V0 - Rated based on 32 Reviews "Glennifer lake is amazing in so /5(32). Further technological advances means that even smaller and smaller editions, never dreamt possible, could be made by printers aiming to produce the world’s smallest book. The smallest book in our collections at TCD was once a Guinness World record holder. Printed by the Gleniffer Press of Glasgow in , the poem Old King Cole measures 1mm x. About this Item: Gleniffer Press, Wigtown, Leather. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Numbered. Book condition: Fine in full leather binding with gilt titles (cm x 5cm). Box: VG/Fine with slightest of rubs to corners. Includes 4 page bifold booklet. Number of an edition limited to A bright copy.
Miniature book. A miniature book is a very small book. Standards for what may be termed a miniature rather than just a small book have changed through time. Today, most collectors consider a book to be miniature only if it is 3 inches or smaller in height, width, and thickness, particularly in the United States.
In the valley of the Yangtse
Samuel H. Hanway. Letter from the Chief Clerk of the Court of Claims transmitting a copy of the findings of the court in the case of Samuel H. Hanway against the United States.
Breaking out of prison
King Ink II
making of literature
Six Role Plays
Some thoughts about the accordion in San Francisco
The life of Samuel J. Tilden
The British museum report of the trustees.
Engineering geological problems in Asia
A practical grammar of the English tongue.
A dissertation upon parties
Gleniffer Press, run by Helen and Ian MacDonald, is on the outskirts of Galloway Scotland. They have printed and published miniature books for 25 years.
Note: Each listing below has a Lorson Number (LN#); please include the book title and this number when inquiring about or ordering a. The Gleniffer Press holds the distinction of releasing the first new book of the millennium.
This is a miniature edition of the New Testament, printed by Royal Licence, which was officially released at midnight on 31 December Heading: (Gleniffer Press)Author: Title: Thirty-two miniature books from the Gleniffer PressPlace Published: Paisley, ScotlandPublisher:Gleniffer PressDate Published: Description: 32 fine limited edition miniature books from the Press of Ian and Helen Macdonald.
A majority of the publications of the press are included. Most still in the original. Paisley, Scotland: Gleniffer Press, Unpaginated. Approximately 3 x 2". LIMITED EDITION of copies, this being # Maroon buckram with gilt-lettering, printed by Ian McDonald, signed, presentation from printer on colophon page.
A fine copy. A short story about Mrs. Burlington - an American from Boston, a young man, and the theft of a. Catharijne Press.
Clearview Press. Dawson’s Book Shop New. Fleece Press. Barbera. Gleniffer Press. Hilleary & Petko New. Hillside Press New. Hoshino. Jack R. Levien / Trader’s Press New. JEN Press. Juniper Von Phitzer Press.
Junipero Serra Press ~ El Camino Real Press. Kitemaug Press New. Kurbel Books Le Petit Oiseau Press. Little Farm Press. Nursery rhyme. "The smallest printed book in the world "--Display card on which the book is mounted.
Title from display card. "The book was printed using offset lithographic methods The final sizes of the books vary from to millimetre square"--Accompanying instruction sheet. LC copy is over 1 mm.
in height. Issued in a plastic box. The Gleniffer Press of Paisley and Wigtown was founded in by Helen and Ian Macdonald as a hobby private press, producing home and business stationery. By the early s the press became noted throughout the world for making miniature books, and was active in this field untilwhen it closed after 40 years, having produced 57 Author: Elinor Evans.
Paisley, Scotland: Gleniffer Press, miniature book (5 x cm.). full red leather stamped in gilt, paper wrap-around label, enclosed in plastic box. (34) pages.
Limited to numbered more. A miniature book is a very small book. Standards for what may be termed a miniature rather than just a small book have changed through time. Today, most collectors consider a book to be miniature only if it is 3 inches or smaller in height, width, and thickness, particularly in the United States.
Many collectors consider nineteenth-century and earlier books of 4 inches to fit in the. Smallest letterpress book. At only mm in height, the Gleniffer Press's edition of 'Three blind mice' is still the tiniest book ever printed by letterpress — the traditional method of printing since the 15th century.
The nursery rhyme was set by. Snow Queen (Gleniffer Miniature Books) [H C Andersen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(58). Paisley, Scotland: Gleniffer Press,Micro-Miniature Book. 64mo. [39 pp.] Blue Linson Boards with Gold Stamping on front cover. As New in Publisher's Sealed Plastic Sleeve.
First Miniature Book typeset more. The Smallest Book in the World, by Ian Macdonald: Gleniffer Press "The 28th of October was a Gleniffer Press book date in the Gleniffer Press book of our little.
press. It was on that day that it became official that we had now won a world record place in the Guiness Book of Records.
We had printed the "SMALLEST BOOK IN THE WORLD". The exact insertion in the GBR is Author: Julian I. Edison. Old Doctor (Gleniffer Miniature Books) [T Ratcliffe Barnett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : T. Ratcliffe Barnett. Heading: (Gleniffer Press) Author: Title: Old King Cole - former world record holder for smallest book Place Published: Paisley, Scotland Publisher:Gleniffer Press Date Published: Description: 12 pp.
1x1 mm, fixed to display card in clear case. Accompanied by an uncut sheet of three copies of the printed pages for the complete book in a second clear. Nursery rhyme. "The smallest printed book in the world "--Display card on which the book is mounted.
Title from display card. "The book was printed using offset lithographic methods The final sizes of the books vary from to millimetre square"--Accompanying instruction sheet. LC copy is over 1 mm. in height. Issued in a plastic box. Accompanying matter includes. A book makers in Scotland has decided to mark the new millennium by publishing a special one-off run of miniature bibles.
Ian Macdonald, the owner of miniature book makers Gleniffer Press in Wigtown, was keen to show that besides all the hype and party plans the new year was centrally about the 2,th anniversary of Christianity. Miniature book collecting is an occupation that can quickly take over your life.
Miniature books cover a great range of time periods, geographical regions, and subjects. To restrain my collecting impulses, I only collect non-dollhouse miniature books if they fall into one of my other areas of interest, such as women bibliophiles, imaginary books, or books about. Microbibliophiles should visit: The Miniature Book Society Little Farm Press.
The Gleniffer Press The Microbibliophile. Burn's poetry, with the Gleniffer Press volume presented in a 1 3/4" x 2 1/2" format bound in a fine blue Scottish leather with handmarbled endpapers.
SinceGleniffer Press' Old King Cole, a lmm x 1mm literary microchip, has figured in the Guiness Book of Records as the 'smallest book in the world'.
This honor wasn't easily come by. gleniffer press: gold stein press: good book press (peter and donna thomas) hilleary & petko press: hillside press: honeybee press: joseph d'ambrosio: juniper von phitzer press: junipero serra press: kitemaug press: le petite oiseau press: lilliput press: levien books: lime rock press: log-anne press: lorson's books: minia press.
The Gleniffer Press, a Scottish publisher fromhand-set their limited edition miniatures. Among their beautiful books is an edition of “ Three Blind Mice ”, which is credited by Guinness Book of World Records as the tiniest letterpress volume in existence.
The Gleniffer Press started out by printing leaflets and stationery but a chance meeting introduced Ian and Helen to the wonderful world of miniature books.
RecordsAuthor: Jeff Holmes. A book no bigger than a grain of rice is going on display in an exhibition will be on show at National Library of Scotland (NLS) in Edinburgh. Published. 20 fine limited edition miniature books from the Press of Ian and Helen Macdonald and one record book for the miniature library.
Includes: A Selection of the Short Poems of Walter de la Mare. (The Wee de la Mare). Betjeman, Sir John. Betjeman in Miniature. Ballance, George. In her Birthday Dress: A Poem of our Time.
Macdonald. Located 10 miles from Glasgow city center, The Gleniffer Hotel offers rooms with 2 function rooms, free parking, free Wi-Fi in public areas, and easy access to Glasgow International Airport, 10 minutes’ drive away.
Each room at The Gleniffer Hotel is on the first floor. The rooms have en-suite shower rooms, a TV, and tea/coffee making facilities.8/10(). 0 results for gleniffer press Save gleniffer press to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. Unfollow gleniffer press to stop getting updates on your eBay feed.
Former Smallest Book in the World. The Cleveland Public Library has the John F. Puskas Miniature Books Collection, which contains what was, in"the smallest printed book in the world" (as judged by Guinness World Records): the edition of Old King Cole, published by Gleniffer Press of Paisley [Scotland].
Scottish Highland Postal Service Gleniffer Press Mini Book in Case #/ $ David Copperfield - Volume 1,2 Dickens Macmillan The Modern Readers Series. How does one classify a book that may have been produced using the smallest moveable type versus a book printed with a larger type but on smaller pages of paper.
Which is the smaller of the books. Gleniffer Press, Scotland, Three Blind Mice, x. A movie pressbook should be distinguished from a press book, which is a collection of works and communications used to represent an individual, group of individuals, service, company or product.
Such press books are usually associated with professionals in the graphic arts, etc. but are used by people in many other professions as well. Wigtown, Scotland: Gleniffer Press, miniature book x cm tan cloth stamped in gilt x, 65 pages.
Paisley, Scotland: Gleniffer Press, (). miniature book (5 X cm). dark red leather stamped in gilt, all edges stained red, inserted in plastic box with red felt lining and printed protective paper strap.
Not paginated. Limited to numbered copies signed by the author. Book online tee times at Gleniffer Lake Resort & Country Club with no added charges. Please Check Your Settings: From the Tools menu click Internet Options (if you cannot see the Tools menu, press the Alt key), Select the Security tab and click Custom Level.
Located in Paisley, Gleniffer Hotel is in an area with good airport proximity. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Bellahouston Park and Queen's Park, while The SSE Hydro and Glasgow Science Centre are cultural highlights.
Looking to enjoy an event or a game. See what's going on at Hampden Park or Ibrox Stadium/10(74). This was our first attempt at the Smallest Book in the World It was subsequently declared a pamphlet by British Library. (Copies were stolen from the press.
Only a few have survived) The Wee De La Mare by Walter De La Mare ISBN 0 4 3 GP Ref: 05 27 mm x 27 mm Letterpress, English Black Querolin Boards, Perfect Bound. The smallest of the books, at just mm tall, is Old King Cole, in an edition of the children's nursery rhyme that was created by Gleniffer Author: Liz Bury.
Tuesday Ap saw the publication of John Howell for Books' list focused on the printing of Wallace Nethery (), who served as the librarian at the USC Hoose Library and was also a hobby printer beginning in This list contains. A book no bigger than a grain of rice is part of a new exhibition of miniatures on display at the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh.
The publisher of these midget books (so called as they are under 6cm and are placed in Syn) is Gleniffer Press. The publisher was founded inby Helen and Ian Macdonald and was originally based in Paisley, Scotland (where I was born) then moved to Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway.
The Glennifer Press hold the distinction of releasing the first book of the millenium. Publication date 1/1/ This is a miniature edition of the New Testament, printed by Royal Licence, which was officially released at midnight on 31 December Gleniffer Hotel, Paisley, Renfrewshire.
K likes. Cozy, family run hotel in one of Paisleys leafy suburbs. Close to Glasgow Airport, Paisley Town Centre Followers: K.The publisher of these midget books (so called as they are under 6cm and are placed in Syn) is Gleniffer Press.
The publisher was founded inby Helen and Ian Macdonald and was originally based in Paisley, Scotland (where I was born) then moved to .