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Mainz Psalter of 1457.

R. Martineau

Mainz Psalter of 1457.

by R. Martineau

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Schöffer, Peter.,
  • CatholicChurch.

  • Edition Notes

    Printed by Peter Schöffer.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 308-323
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21688625M

      "The Mainz Psalter was the second major book printed with movable type in the West; the first was the Gutenberg Bible. It is a psalter commissioned by the Mainz archbishop in The Psalter introduced several innovations: it was the first book to feature a printed date of publication, a printed colophon, two sizes of type, printed decorative. Mainz Psalter Peter Schöffer Royal Collection Trust, UK This is one of only ten copies known of the second book to be printed by the system of movable metal type, the first being the Gutenberg Bible, printed in Mainz The Windsor copy is one of the six surviving 'short issues'; the Psalter was printed in two lengths, the.

    TDIH: Aug , Publication of the Mainz Psalter, the first book to feature a printed date of publication and printed colophon. Illustration: From the second edition: with an illuminated letter. The best-surviving examples of his craftsmanship are the Mainz Psalter and the line Bible. The Psalter was the first printed book to give the date and place of printing and the printers’ names. Schöffer cast the first metallic type in matrices and used it for the second edition of the Vulgate Bible.

      Mainz Psalter was the second major book printed with movable type in the West. This category contains only the following page. M. Mainz Psalter; Media in category "Mainz Psalter" The following 14 files are in this category, out of 14 total. Mainz 1, × ; The Mainz Psalter, jpg × ; 10 KB. Mainz Psalter Stock Photos and Images (37) Narrow your search: Black & white | Cut Outs. Page 1 of 1. Page from the Mainz Psalter by Johann Fust () and Peter Schöffer () German printers. Dated 15th Century.


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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Catholic Church. -- Psalter (Mainz psalter) Catholic Church. Psalter (Mainz psalter: Catholic Church) View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. For this Psalter Fust and Schöffer once again employed the process of compound printing, first used in the first Mainz Psalter ofto print the initial letters in two colors.

The first edition of was intended for use in non-monastic churches. In the second edition the material was arranged for use in monastic services. On Aug Johann Fust and Peter Schöffer, a scribe who adopted the new technology of printing, published the Psalterium latinum (Mainzer Psalter) at work is cited in the Incunabula Short Title Catalogue ip as Psalterium.

With canticles, hymns, capitula, preces maiores and minores. There are two issues: "a) of leaves b) of leaves, the latter designed fo. The Mainz Psalter was printed in by Fust and Schöffer on Gutenberg's press.

It is a remarkable book: the first to be printed in colour, the first to bear a printer's mark and the first to carry the date of its printing.

Johann Fust was Gutenberg's financer and provided substantial loans to the printer. [Mainz]: Johann Fust & Peter Schoeffer, 29 August The Latin Psalters printed by Fust and Schoeffer in and rank among the finest of all early printed books.

The Psalter was the first book printed with two sizes of type and large initials, the first to be printed throughout in multiple colors, and the earliest printed book to. The first typographic book issued in Imperial folio format is not a reprint of the Psalter, but an independent edition commissioned by the Benedictines of St.

James in Mainz, following the liturgical reforms of the Bursfeld Congregation, of which St. James was a leading member. illustrated books (primarily such featuring woodcuts). Are there issues of rarity, integrity, threat and management that relate to this nomination.

The Mainz Psalter, ten copies of which have survived worldwide in two variants, is much rarer than the Gutenberg Bible (49.

Meanwhile, the Fust–Schöffer shop was the first in Europe to bring out a book with the printer's name and date, the Mainz Psalter of Augustand while proudly proclaiming the mechanical process by which it had been produced, it made no mention of Gutenberg.

The Mainz Psalters and Canon Missae, ; The Psalter or Psalmes of Dauid [microform]: after the translati[on] of the greate Bible, poynted as it The book of common prayer and administration of the sacraments [microform]: and other rites and ceremon.

The Mainz Psalter of was the first dated printed book. Moreover it grants for the first time in printing history the names of its manufacturers, which demonstrates a new self-regard stirring in the wake of book printing.

The Mainz Psalter is one of the most famous monuments of early printing, next to the Gutenberg Bible of two or three. Color Book Day – I am not talking about a coloring book. But a book that commemorates the day in when the Mainz Psalter was printed. Containing the Book of Psalms and being commissioned by the archbishop of Mainz.

#ColorBookDay. It is believed the Mainz Psalter was the first color book using contracting colors for printing. The blue and. The Fust and Schöffer Office and the Printing of the Two-Colour Initials in the Mainz Psalter Colour-Printed Pasteprints, s–s The Birgittines of The Netherlands: Experimental Printers and Colourists This book offers high quality x-rays and descriptions of ca.

three hundred Italian watermarks. A selection of paper produced in. The Mainz Psalter was the second major book printed with movable type in the West;[1] the first was the Gutenberg Bible. It is a psalter commissioned by the Mainz archbishop in The Psalter introduced several innovations: it was the first book to feature a printed date of publication, a printed.

On Augthe Mainz Psalter, the second major book printed with movable type in the West, was published according to its colophon, which was the very first to contain a it was the first important publication issued by Johann Fust and Peter Schoeffer following their split from Johannes Gutenberg.

Johann Fust and Peter Schoeffer famously carried on a partnership after Fust. With regard to its impact on the development of book printing, the Mainz Psalter comes a close second to the Gutenberg Bible as it is the earliest document of a printed text featuring multicoloured printed decoration, and the first example of a book produced entirely by means of mechanical methods.

Two-line initial A printed in blue (this initial introduced in the Mainz Psalter of ); rubricated in red. Schwenke (Donatus text) Publisher: [Mainz: Type of the line Bible (second state), ca.

Subject: Latin language—Grammar—Early works to ; Type and type-founding—Specimens; Incunabula—Specimens. The Mainz Psalter Printed on vellum in black and red, with woodblock two-colour initials, manuscript music and large coloured capitals in blue and red; folio. | x x cm (book measurement (conservation)) | RCIN The first printing workshop in Mainz was a joint venture undertaken by Johann Gutenberg, the financier Johann Fust, and Peter Schöffer (circa –circa ).

Schöffer, the youngest of the three, had studied at the University of Erfurt between and and worked as a calligrapher in Paris in He thus combined necessary theoretical knowledge with practical experience in the area. This day in is the date of publication of the Mainz Psalter.

Th e Psalter is the earliest European book with a printed date of publication. The colophon can be translated as follows: "This volume of the Psalms, adorned with a magnificence of capital letters and clearly divided by rubrics, has been fashioned by a mechanical process of printing and producing characters, without use of a.

THE MAINZ PSALTERS AND CANON MISSAE London: Printed for the Bibliographical Society, 16x inches. Tan cloth spine with paper covered boards.

72 pages of text followed by 8 tables and 6 plates. The covers are soiled and rubbed and the previous owner has notes written on the front free end paper and the title page. Otherwise Cited by: 1. Two-part jigsaw initial as used in the Mainz Psalter of & ' After this short-lived experimental jigsaw initial, almost all initials printed thereafter appear in a single color, and most, at least in the fifteenth century, were printed from woodcuts.

However, there was still a market for deluxe printed books.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.The Mainz Psalter is the earliest dated example of printed matter issuing from the new moveable-print technology of Johannes was a psalter ordered by the Mainz archbishop in AD It combines printed text with two-color woodcuts (since both woodcuts and moveable print are relief processes, they could be printed together on the same press).