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Flowering plant

Print taken from Joseph Crawhall II's woodblock depicting flowering plant, as used in his published work 'Impresses Quaint.'

Angel

Print taken from Joseph Crawhall II's woodblock depicting angel, as used in his published works 'Impresses Quaint' and 'A Jubilee Thought.'

Plant with human heads

Print taken from Joseph Crawhall II's woodblock depicting plant with human heads, as used in his published works 'Impresses Quaint' and 'A Jubilee Thought.'

Letters to and from Andrew Tuer

Consists of 83 letters sent between Andrew Tuer and Joseph Crawhall II. The letters are largely concerning publishing ventures, and Tuer's letters are predominantly sent from the The Leadenhall Press.

Tuer, Andrew White, 1838 - 1900, publisher and writer

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to suggest alterations to the title page of a book Crawhall plans to publish. He also discusses the terms under which the Leadenhall Presse will publish Crawhall's book, and make suggestions on how it should be printed. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to discuss a new title page for a volume Crawhall wishes to publish. He also discusses plans to get the volume to print, and asks Crawhall to decide where the 'head and tail pieces' should be placed in the book. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

Letter from Andrew Tuer to Joseph Crawhall II

Tuer writes to comment on various publishing ventures, most notably that he wishes to issue 'Chapbook Chaplets at once' shortly followed by 'Old Ffrendes'. He also asks if Crawhall could design some head and tail pieces relating to printing books. Written from 50, Leadenhall Street, London.

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