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The book plates of Amy M. Sacker

by Amy M. Sacker

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Published by Printed at the Troutsdale Press and Sold by Charles E. Goodspeed in Boston .
Written in English

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  • Bookplates

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    ContributionsNash, John Henry, 1871-1947, Troutsdale Press
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22l.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25397689M

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The book plates of Amy M. Sacker by Amy M. Sacker Download PDF EPUB FB2

HIGH QUALITY FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: Nash, John Henry: The Book Plates Of Amy M. Sacker: Facsimile: Originally published by Boston, Printed at the Troutsdale Press and Sold by Charles E.

Goodspeed in Book will be printed in black and white, with grayscale images. Book will be 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall and soft cover : John Henry Nash. Sacker, Amy M. (Amy Maria), Book plates of Amy M.

Sacker. Boston, Printed at the Troutsdale Press and Sold by Charles E. Goodspeed, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File:.

The book plates of Amy M. Sacker by Sacker, Amy M; Troutsdale Press. () bkp CU-BANC; Nash, John Henry, Publication date Topics Bookplates Publisher Boston, Printed at the Troutsdale Press and Sold by Charles E. Goodspeed Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California LibrariesPages: Amy Maria Sacker () was an American book designer, illustrator, painter, and teacher.

She was best known for her illustrations of children's books as well as designs of book covers and plates. Education. book binding designed by Amy Sacker; original held by the University of North Carolina Greensboro Library, Special Collections Born: Boston, Massachusetts.

Their study of the work of Amy Sacker carries no additional author's name and is entitled simply The Book Plates of Amy M. Sacker. If the 21st century reader can manage to get beyond the initial sexist preamble of the article and the pompous language, what follows is an interesting look at.

Amy Sacker was born in Boston in the early 's. (Many sources saybut The book plates of Amy M. Sacker book must be too late.) A November obituary in the Boston Herald lists her age as 92, but that should have said Census records from appear to list her as be and an passport application possibly in Amy's hand provides a rather definitive answer: J The Book Plates of Amy M.

Sacker () - 52 pages The Bookplate Annual for () - By: Alfred Fowler - 68 pages The Bookplate Annual for () - By: Alfred Fowler - 68 pages5/5(2).

Amy M. Sacker's imprint is seen from time to time on juvenile books. Sacker (?) designed book plates, literary posters and illustrated books as well as book covers.

Her book plates must have been quite popular since a book of them was published in According to references she was one of the first female book plate designers.

The book plates of Amy M. Sacker. (Boston, Printed at the Troutsdale Press and Sold by Charles E. Goodspeed, ), by Amy M. Sacker (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Adrian J. Charles Goodspeed, “The Book Plates of Amy Sacker”, actually had a second usage in a different setting.

The Boston artist modified her work and employed it to serve new, quite different purposes. Amy M Sacker ( - ) Amy M. Sacker was active/lived in Massachusetts. Amy Sacker is known for magazine illustrations, book plates.

The Artist. Auction Records. Buy / Sell. Resources. Overview. Auction Records (0). The book-plate number of the “Studio,” Simpson’s “Book of Book-plates,” Bowdoin’s “Rise of the Book-plate,” Zur Westen’s “Ex Libris” (Leipzig, ), all show examples.

His work is characterized by dignity and grace, is in good drawing, and has an average of excellence unsurpassed. - yama-bato:Manders: a tale of Paris [binding] Date Binding designer Sacker, Amy M.

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- Ex libris es una locución latina que significa literalmente, de entre los libros de, es decir, libro procedente de entre los libros de una biblioteca publica o privada. Un ex libris es una marca de propiedad que normalmente consiste en una estampa, etiqueta o sello que suele colocarse en el reverso de la cubierta o tapa de un libro, y que contiene el nombre del dueño del pins.

A Classified List of Early American Book-Plates with a Brief Description of the Principal Styles and a Note as the Prominent Engravers (), 59 pages The Book Plates of Amy M.

Sacker (), 19 pages. The Bookplate Annual for (), 50 pages Notice to eBay staff. The book plates of Amy M. Sacker. By Amy M. Sacker. Abstract. The Mabel E. Thurston Book Plate in dark blue buckram; stamped in gold; decorated of access: Internet Topics: Bookplates.

Author: Amy M. Sacker. In Truesdell's book about E. Bird's book plates, one plate shows a print with Amy's name on it and the words "Her Book." A color book plate by Jay Chambers made in was in the book by Wilbur Macey Stone published in Full text of "Women designers of book-plates" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

Amy Maria Sacker () was an American illustrator, painter, and teacher. best known for her illustrations of children's books as well as designs of book covers and plates. A book of Australian interest in a signed binding. by an eminent American book designer.

in great condition!. A Loyal Little Maid by Robinson, Edith. Illustrated By Amy M. Sacker and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Octavo, pp. [] [] [ blank] [note: first and last leaves are blanks], nine inserted plates with illustrations by Bertha Newcombe, title page printed more USD Buy Direct.Modern Book-Plates & Their Designers () - pages: One Hundred Book Plates: Engraved on Wood () - By: Thomas Moring - pages: Some American College Bookplates () - By: Harry Parker Ward - pages: The Book Plates of Amy M.

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