The Typographic Library is open to anyone with either an academic, professional or passing interest in typography and its associated subjects, and its contents allow the study of all aspects of the cultural, practical and technical achievements of the industry.
The library comprises more the 4,000 items of typographic interest including reference books, journals and periodicals, trade literature, items of printed ephemera and collections of special interest.
Subjects covered by the library include typography, and printing and the related subjects of paper and binding, graphic design, typefaces and calligraphy and the social and economic aspects of the trade.
Please note that the library catalogue is currently under development; the full on-line catalogue will be available soon
The King James Bible: a short history from Tyndal to today: NORTON, David; Cambridge University Press, 2011; isbn 978-0-521-61688-1 [paperback]
The Visual Dictionary of Typography: AMBROSE, Gavin, HARRIS, Paul; AVA Publishing, Switzerland, 2010; ISBN 978-2-940411-18-4
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