2 edition of miniature defined. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||ND1337.G7 L52|
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|Number of Pages||20|
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A miniature book is a very small book. Standards for what may be termed a miniature rather than just a small book have changed through time. Today, most collectors consider a book to be miniature only if it is 3 inches or smaller in height, width, and thickness, particularly in the United States.
Many collectors consider nineteenth-century and earlier books of 4 inches to fit in the. Miniature definition is - a copy on a much reduced scale. How to use miniature in a sentence. How miniature Came to Mean What It Does Synonym Discussion of miniature.
Define miniature. miniature synonyms, miniature pronunciation, miniature translation, English dictionary definition of miniature.
A copy or model that represents or reproduces something in a greatly reduced size. Something small of its class. miniature - painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval. The Miniature Book Collection at UNT has always relied on the generosity of donors to continue to grow and expand.
From the very first volumes donated in the 's, to recent purchases made with donated funds, this collection is the creation of a wide group of people who have been generous enough to help support it.
Miniature books, one twelfth scale, tiny book, dollhouse nursery, set of 3 classic story books, mini book, dollhouse book bundle, 12th scale MiniShacks 5 out of 5 stars () $ Favorite. Books like these cannot be broadly defined: miniature paintings, song and dance materials, paper artwork, and alternative texts all fall under the artistic book heading.
Eclectic publications like Paper Cranes garner an unique quality due to its content and its size. A miniature book is usually defined as any book smaller than three inches (8 cm) in height. Printed miniature books have existed since the earliest days of printing in the fifteenth century; in manuscript form, they have existed since at least the Middle Ages.
The Miniature Book Collection at UNT began with a group of miniature children’s books donated in the ’s by Mrs. Gustine Courson Weaver as part of her children’s book collection.
When the Rare Book Room opened inthese tiny tomes from Mrs. Weaver’s collection were displayed with other miniatures that had been acquired over the Phone: () Miniature Books is the first lavishly illustrated, authoritative book on the delightful subject of books no taller than three inches.
A dazzling array of books on subjects ranging from Shakespeare s plays and the Holy Bible to politics and presidents, children s books, the pleasures of life, and more are shown with few exceptions at their actual by: 9. Small Talk about Miniature Books Good things do, indeed, come in small packages when examining miniature books.
Although miniaturization of reading material has been an on-going process since the Babylonians were in business around BC, the present definition of a miniature book is any book that is less than about 3 inches in width or length.
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Miniature definition, a representation or image of something on a small or reduced scale. See more. - A miniature book is defined by The Miniature Book Society is one that is no more than three inches in height, width or thickness. Rick Hill is a member of The Miniature Book Society.
See more ideas about Miniatures, Books and L frank baum pins. Learn more about the miniature book collection in Cleveland Public Library's Special Collections. At the University of North Texas‘ Willis Library, you will find a miniature book collection that now includes nearly 3, items.
Miniature books are defined as books under 4″ (3″ in some places) in height. Miniature literature has been produced since antiquity and continues to be produced to this day. Miniature books are defined as those books under 4" (3" in some places) in height. Books in small sizes have been produced since antiquity, and continue to be produced to this day.
An illuminated manuscript is a manuscript in which the text is supplemented with such decoration as initials, borders (), and miniature the strictest definition, the term refers only to manuscripts decorated with either gold or silver; but in both common usage and modern scholarship, the term refers to any decorated or illustrated manuscript from Western traditions.
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Leather Miniature English Italian Dictionary. Make Offer - Vintage Miniature Book Midget Dictionary English Latin Leather s. Doris Welsh, that grand lady of the miniature book world, did a tremendous amount of research about the history of miniature books.
Welsh was certainly well prepared to write such a history because her professional life was dedicated to gathering and presenting information about books. The very first qualifier to be defined is "What is a. With bibliographic descriptions of each book arranged by publisher.
This is a book about miniature books, defined as not exceeding three inches in height or width, published in the United Sates in the 20th century. It is also about those who published these books. Specifically, it is about publishers and more than 3, miniature : Robert C Bradbury.Anne Bromer and Julian Edison have written the first popularized history on the subject of miniature books.
Miniature Books: 4, Years of Tiny Treasures contains over full-color illustrations and is the most comprehensive exploration of miniature books to date. The book has been published by Harry N. Abrams in association with The Grolier Club of New York.When the Miniature Book Society was founded in they defined a miniature book to be one that is no more than three inches in size--height, width or thickness.
Of course even that definition is not universally accepted: Outside the United States, where other measuring systems are used, books of up to four inches are often collected as.