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1545: Josse Lambrecht
Title: ‘Corte instruccye, ende onderwijs, hoe een jeghelic mensche met God, ende zynen even naesten, schuldigh es, ende behoord te leven.’
This illustration appears in books printed by Joos Lambrecht in Gent in 1545, but also in books printed in 1548 by Anthony Scoloker in the United Kingdom (Madan #13), for example in Ordinarye of Christians. [USTC]
Carter, Harry (1969, Hyphen press edition 2002) A view of early typography up to about 1600. London: Hyphen press. (Illustration #7).
Janet Ing Freeman (1990) ‘Anthony Scoloker, the “Just reckoning” printer, and the earliest Ipswich printing.’, Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society. Volume 9(5), page 476-496.
Falconer Madan (1895) ‘Early representations of the printing-Press with especial reference to that by Stradanus.’, Bibliographica. Volume 1, page 226-227. (Illustration by Lambrecht is not mentioned. Madan mentions a 1548 version of Scoloker as number 13).
Roche, Nigel (2000) The iconography of the printing office to 1700. Unpublished MA thesis. Library and Information Studies, University College London. (Illustration #J).