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Ashbee & Dangerfield
Ashbee and Dangerfield, lithographic artists & printers in colors, ornamental designers and engravers on wood & copper : 22 Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London, W.C.
[London] : [Ashbee & Dangerfield], [between 1855 and 1860].
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] page) ; 32 x 25 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Z151.5.A37 A37 1855a+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Ashbee & Dangerfield were active at 22 Bedford Street from 1855 to 1860. See: Wakeman, G. A guide to nineteenth century colour printers.
"[Ashbee & Dangerfield] are best known as printers of some of the gift books illuminated by Samuel Stanesby ... The illumination was done in chromolithography, principally with solid colours and gold ..."--Wakeman, G. A guide to nineteenth century colour printers.
Lithographed advertisement for Ashbee & Dangerfield, printed in purple ink. Services provided include original designs to illustrate works of fiction, poems, etc.; portraits; title pages; heraldic drawings; fac-similes; bird's eye views, maps, plans, diagrams, and "every variety of plates required for works relating to the arts & sciences."
Subject Terms:
Ashbee & Dangerfield.
Book industries and trade -- Great Britain.
Engravers -- Great Britain.
Engraving -- Great Britain.
Lithographers -- Great Britain.
Lithography -- Great Britain.
Printers -- Great Britain.
Printing -- Great Britain.
Lithographs -- 1855-1860.

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