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Archive of Watermarks and Papers in Greek Manuscripts details
searchable database of designs organized by type plus paper descriptions and bibliography.
http://abacus.bates.edu/Faculty/wmarchive/
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BBC Arts: An Animated History of Books details
from 50,000 BC to the present.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/books/historyofbooks/index.shtml
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Collins Library, The details
Daily selection of excerpts from old books, magazines, and newspapers.
http://www.collinslibrary.com/
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Culture of Publishing, The details
journal covering the culture and ideology of publishing, both historically and in terms of contemporary practice and imminent developments.
http://www.brookes.ac.uk/schools/apm/publishing/culture/culture3.html
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Dime Novels and Penny Dreadfuls details
Stanford's collection of major dime novel series and story newspapers includes images, texts, guided tour, and timeline for this late 19th century genre.
http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/dp/pennies/
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English Short-Title Catalogue details
database that, when complete, will contain bibliographic records for virtually every item printed in England, or in any of England's dependencies, 1473-1800.
http://cbsr26.ucr.edu/estcmain.html
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Historical Currier & Ives Print Collection details
large private collection of original prints.
http://www.curriercollection.com/
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History of Printing Timetable details
from 3500 BCE Sumerian clay tablets to present day.
http://www.xs4all.nl/~knops/timetab.html
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History of Reading Codes for the Blind details
about the many different types of embossed letters that have been used as reading codes.
http://www.nyise.org/blind/
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Koster, Laurens Janszoon (c.1370-1440?) details
also Coster. Dutch printer who might have worked with movable type before Johannes Gutenberg.
http://www.psymon.com/koster/
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