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Stocklists on spare pages: a neglected phenomenon

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Stocklists at the end of books make up a rather neglected chapter in the history of the book trade. A brief survey of the few publications on this subject and what they reveal (there are a few beginnings in the sixteenth century: Aldus Manutius the younger, Commelinus; in England such lists come into use from 1649 onwards), is followed by some general conclusions drawn from a collection of such lists compiled


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