2 edition of Golden Cockerel Press found in the catalog.
Golden Cockerel Press
Golden Cockerel Press.
Wood-engraving by A.C. Cooper, pressman to the Golden Cockerel Press, on t.p.
|Contributions||Golden Cockerel Press., Press Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||Z232.G63 G63 1926|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7,  p. ;|
|LC Control Number||87211531|
GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS. CHAUCER, Geoffrey. Canterbury Tales. With wood engravings by Eric Gill. Waltham Saint Lawrence in Berkshire: Printed and . Golden Cockerel Press. Berkshire, England, then to London. Started in by Harold (Hal) Taylor, it was later sold to Robert Gibbing in , who ran it until when it was sold to the partnership of Rutter, Sanford and Newberry. They published until
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Golden Cockerel Press was a major English private press operating between and The Press was founded by Harold (Hal) Midgley Taylor () in and was first in Waltham St Lawrence in Berkshire where he had unsuccessfully tried fruit farming. Taylor bought an army surplus hut and assembled it in Waltham St Lawrence as a combined. A private press founded in at Waltham St Lawrence, Berkshire, by Harold Taylor, and taken over in by Robert Gibbings (–), wood‐engraver, illustrator, and writer of travel books. Eric Gill, who designed the Golden Cockerel type, was associated with the press from and designed The Four Gospels ().
Golden Cockerel Press (British Library/Oak Knoll, ). The high ideals of the GCP‟s four founders are clearly laid out: This Press is a co-operative society for the printing and publishing of books. It is co operative in the strictest sense. Now, the Golden Cockerel Press is one of the premier Arts and Crafts presses in the world, and they ran from about the s to s. If you have a book hand-done, don't put newsprint in it.
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About this Item: Golden Cockerel Press, Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. CATALOGUE: GOLDEN COCKEREL PRESS Spring List 8vo. 8 pages, printed on Unbleached Arnold wove paper, within yellow paper covers, with Border and Vignette by John Buckland-Wright on front, and Border and Cockerel Device by Mark Severin on back.
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Operating between andthe Golden Cockerel Press was initially a privately owned press (and then later a publishing house) that specialized in producing fine press editions of works completely by hand. The press printed on handmade paper using hand-set type, and often illustrated the works using hand-engraved woodblocks.
The Golden Cockerel Press. The Golden Cockerel Press was founded in Golden Cockerel Press book a cooperative with four partners: Hal Taylor, Bee Blackburn, Pran Pyper, and Ethelwynne Stewart McDowell, but by the next year, Blackburn and Pyper had left.
May 17, · Book Review: 'The Golden Cockerel,' By Juan Rulfo The title piece in Mexican master Juan Rulfo's The Golden Cockerel is a good story with a. Golden Cockerel press produced beautiful handmade limited editions of classic works produced to the very highest of standards.
The type was hand-set and the books were printed on handmade paper, and sometimes on vellum. Illustrators included Eric Gill, Robert Gibbings, John Buckland Wright, Blair Hughes-Stanton, Agnes. Fromhe was a partner in the Golden Cockerel Press.
During World War II Major Rutter worked for the Ministry of Information writing a number of booklets covering the British war effort. He was fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Rutter was a member of the Athenaeum Club, London. A history of the Golden Cockerel Press, by Roderick Cave (Book); Cock-a-hoop: a sequel to Chanticleer, Pertelote, and Cockalorum, being a bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press, September December by Golden Cockerel Press (Book).
The Book of Jonah. Taken from the Authorized Version of King James I, with Engravings on Wood by David Jones. [Facsimile reissue of the Golden Cockerel Press edition ofwith separate Essay by Sebastian Carter).
COPIES WERE PRINTED. London: Golden Cockerel Press, n.d. Read More COCKALORUM, A SEQUEL TO CHANTICLEER AND PERTELOTE BEING A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE GOLDEN COCKEREL. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Chambers and Persephone, a tale by Christopher Whitfield, printed, with wood-engravings by Dorothea Braby, at the Golden Cockerel Press, Prospectus.
Nov 16, · The Golden Cockerel Press was founded in by a co-operative of young men and women headed by Hal Taylor. Roderick Cave and Sarah Manson, in their book A History of The Golden Cockerel Pressidentify Golden Cockerel as a part of a growth of private presses that happened early in the twentieth century: “Of the new presses which came into existence after World.
Waltham St. Lawrence: Golden Cockerel Press, x mm. 13 1/2 x 9 1/2. 1 p.l.,2 pp., 1 leaf colophon. OF COPIES the first 12 on vellum. Publisher's half pigskin over wheat-colored buckram by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, raised bands flanked by gilt rules, gilt titling and cockerel device on spine, top edge gilt, other edges untrimmed.
London: Golden Cockerel Press, x mm. 10 x 7 1/2. Two volumes. With a foreward by A. Lawrence in volume I and a preface by Mrs. Lawrence in volume II. OF 1, COPIES printed on paper. Original terra cotta half morocco over wheat-colored linen by Sangorski & Sutcliffe stamp-signed on front pastedown, raised bands, spines with giltBook Edition: No.
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No flaws to note. No gold on one page edge as produced and delivered from Easton Press.5/5(1). Description We Happy Few, Golden Cockerel Press. We Happy Few is a very personal anthology by the author and publisher Owen Rutter, published by the Golden Cockerel Press in This anthology was compiled by Owen Rutter () during World War II.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesCited by: 2. Golden Cockerel Press was a major English private press operating between and The Press was founded by Harold (Hal) Midgley Taylor () in and was first in Waltham St Lawrence in Berkshire where he had unsuccessfully tried fruit farming.
Taylor bought an army surplus hut and assembled it in Waltham St Lawrence as a combined workshop and living quarters: it was cold and. One of the three most important books from the Golden Cockerel Press (along with The Four Gospels and The Canterbury Tales) and the scarcest as the press run was smaller than the other two.
Chanticleer Gill Ransom, Private Presses, p. HBS # $11, Waltham St. Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press, Gill, Eric. Limited Edition. Hardcover. 86 of copies, This volume comprises a portion of text from the Book of Saint Luke, telling of the birth of Jesus Christ; printed by The Golden Cockerel Press, this publication.
More. Get this from a library! Bibliography of the Golden Cockerel Press, [Golden Cockerel Press,; Alan Wofsy Fine Arts,].Golden Cockerel Press.
(Waltham St. Lawrence), The printed dust wrapper is present but in two pieces, foxed & chipped. The book has a slight bit of soil; traces of glue staining at edges of pastedown & in the hinge, unerasble light pencil note on flyleaf.
A very good copy.As the depression of the s worsened the financial situation of the press declined and in Gibbings sold the press to Christopher Sandford who ran the press until Sandford lost money on most of the books he published and gave up the press in The Golden Cockerel Press produced it's last book in