Fakes and Frauds: Varieties of Deception in Print & Manuscript
These essays throw light on some more shadowy areas of book trade history, revealing tricksters, villains, even murderers, who have practised deception in the written and printed word, from the 12th century to more recent times. This work also covers aspects of all the great forgers - Wise, Prokosch, Hofmann and others.
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the alternative book trade in mid18th Century
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