By way of a few forceable legislative acts made between 1633 and 1634 the Catholic Church in England and Wales, was abolished by King Henry VIII . Under the Reign of Henry's daughter Mary 1553-1558, Catholicism was reinstated and supported... Continue Reading →
As always within human sciences the way we categorize things determine what those things are. In archaeology it is called contextualization, in order to see the forest for the trees, sometimes it is necessary to take a step back from... Continue Reading →
In my next montly catalogue Fascicule no VI I will be Listing there Editions of Orinda's Poems The Unauthorized very rare edition of 1664 (#717G) The first Authorized edition of 1667 And the fourth edition of 1678! It is not... Continue Reading →
Tonight I'll begin now, where I am or rather what i'm (re) Reading again and again.. On being blue: a philosophical inquiry By William Gass is one of my favorite books, "This small but memorable treatise, written "for all who... Continue Reading →
Today uploading Images is taking forever, so I don't have as many images as this book deserves, really there are 218 woodcuts in here it is hard to choose and the binding is quite nice too! Virgil Solis b. 1514,... Continue Reading →
When I say "really rare" without a modifier, I mean Absolute rarity id est one copy recorded, or no copies listed in bibliographies, then the modifiers come in, no copy listed in the US, no copy on the Market since... Continue Reading →
Glasgow Incunabula Project update (17/4/13).