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Elizabeth Blackwell’s beautiful illustrations of medicinal plants would be notable enough in their own right, but the un...
John James Audubon (1785 – 1851) was an ornithologist of the early 19th-century responsible for creating the largest and...
Johann Gutenberg’s Bible is probably the most famous Bible in the world. It is the earliest full-scale work printed in E...
In 1611, Johann Konrad von Gemmingen, Prince Bishop of Eichstätt in Germany, determined to record for posterity the spec...
The First Folio is the first collected edition of William Shakespeare's plays, collated and published in 1623, seven yea...
Anonymous Korean metalworkers of the 14th century were the world's first printers of movable type, predating Gutenberg's...
William Morris, the 19th-century designer, social reformer and writer, founded the Kelmscott Press towards the end of hi...
The Hyakumantō darani or ‘One Million Pagoda Dharani’ are the oldest extant examples of printing in Japan and one of the...
On the Fabric of the Human Body is one of the most influential works in the history of Western medicine. It was conceive...
William Caxton was both the first to print a book in English, and the first English printer. He realised the commercial...
Tyndale’s New Testament was the first to be printed in English. This is one of only three copies surviving from the 3,00...