The Art journal illustrated catalogue. The industry of all nations, 1851.
- Additional Title(s):
The Art journal.
- London, Published for the proprietors, by George Virtue 
- Physical Description:
- 24 parts in 16. plates, ill. 34 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Information
- Published 1851, according to the English Catalogue of Books.
"Bradbury and Evans, printers."
Head and tailpieces, initials, by W. H. Rogers.
Plates and illustrations by or after Luke Limner, G. & E. Dalziel, G. P. Nicholls, W. G. Mason, W. & W., J. W. Whimper, I. S. H., Geo. Measom, C. C., P. L. D., G. & C. Wall, Van Linden, F. Roffe, F. R. Roffe, E. Roffe, R. A. Artlett, J. Jr., W. Roffe, W. H. Mote, G. R. Hall, J. H. Baker, J. Brown, R., Childs, and Pierdon.
British Art Center has 2 copies. Copy 1 is in parts in the original wrappers with advertisements printed on the back covers. Copy 1 has an added t.-p., engr. Copy 2 is in 1 vol., bound by Bone & Son, and has the bookplate of M. L. Caley. In copy 2 the added t.-p. and plates are wanting. Copy 2 has an engraved frontispiece that does not appear in copy 1. Copy 2 has  p. of advertisements at the end.
- Subject Terms:
- Bone & Son -- Bookbinder.Bradbury and Evans -- Printer.Caley, M. L. -- Bookplate.Decorative arts -- Exhibitions.Great Exhibition (1851 : London, England)Virtue, George -- Publisher.
- Wood engravings -- 1851.
Stipple engravings -- 1851.
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