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1529: Denis de Harsy
Title: ‘Catalogus gloriae mundi, laudes, honores, excellentias ac preeminentias monium fere statuum pluriumarumque rerum illius continens.’
This woodcut was used in 1529 in Lyon by Denis de Harsy [et] Simon Vincent. It is the same woodcut as Georges Regnault used in 1546 in Lyons for a reprint of the Catalogus Gloriae Mundi. [Scan] See pagenumber 230. [USTC].
F. Madan (1895) ‘Early representations of the printing-Press with especial reference to that by Stradanus.’, Bibliographica. Volume 1, page 226-227. (Illustration #NEW).
Roche, Nigel (2000) The iconography of the printing office to 1700. Unpublished MA thesis. Library and Information Studies, University College London. (Illustration #G3).