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1916 - 8th version - fifty one plates of monograms in a number of kinds to be used through engravers, penman, artists, signal painters and letterers. Ribbons, undefined, alphabets, adorns, prospers and extra can also be to be stumbled on inside of this ebook - the most effective of its kind.
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The title picked out the story most likely to interest readers – the origins of the headline – but this would not necessarily be the first report in the text, or indeed the story that occupied most space. 24 But readers would 22 23 24 Anna Simoni, ‘Poems, pictures and the press. ), Liber amicorum Leon Voet (Antwerp, 1985), pp. 353–373. This title-page is reproduced in Folke Dahl, The birth of the European press as reflected in the newspaper collection of the Royal Library (Stockholm, Rundqvists Boktryckeri, 1960), p.
Antwerp had been the principal news hub of the Low Countries in the sixteenth century, but was now struggling to maintain its influence and prosperity in the face of the rising challenge of Amsterdam. Abraham Verhoeven was not one of Antwerp’s best known printers. It is a brisk walk from the beautiful Renaissance mansion that houses the famous firm of Plantin Moretus, and away from the city’s trading centre, before you find the quarter of small shops and dwellings where Verhoeven made a modest living as a seller of this and that, including playing cards and a few books.
30 Perhaps Verhoeven himself was worn down by the relentless schedule of publication. Most early modern serials that relied on a single charismatic voice for success were of short duration, and by lasting a decade Verhoeven had outlived most such enterprises. It is certainly the case that the issues of the Nieuwe Tijdinghen were beginning to look a little tired. The woodcuts that Verhoeven had prepared for the first issues had now been used and re-used many times over. And Verhoeven was running short of money.
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