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Pierre Haultin

 (c.1510×20–1587) French printer and punchcutter. He published Protestant Bibles and devotional works at Paris and La Rochelle, and cut romans heavier, narrower, and with a ...

Haultin, Pierre

Haultin, Pierre (c.1510×20–1587)   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Book

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2010
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History, Social sciences
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..., Pierre ( c .1510×20–1587 ) French printer and *punchcutter . He published Protestant Bibles and devotional works at Paris and La Rochelle, and cut *romans heavier, narrower, and with a larger *x-height than those established by *Garamont and others in the 1530s . His *italics and *Greeks follow *Granjon ’s and Garamont ’s. John A. Lane H. Vervliet , ‘ Printing Types of Pierre Haultin ’, Quaerendo , 30 (2000), 87–129,...

Pierre Haultin

Pierre Haultin  

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 (c.1510×20–1587) French printer and punchcutter.He published Protestant Bibles and devotional works at Paris and La Rochelle, and cut romans heavier, narrower, and with a larger x-height than those ...
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22 The History of the Book in France   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Book

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2010
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History, Social sciences
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10,032 words
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...with names like Étienne Roffet (named Royal Binder in 1533 ), Jean Picard, Claude Picques, Gomar Estienne (no relation of the printing dynasty), and Nicolas and Clovis *Eve (the latter active during the 1630s ). Progress was also made in printing music, first by *Haultin , then by Pierre Attaingnant of Douai ( fl . 1525–51 ), who became the first royal printer of music, to be succeeded by Robert Ballard, whose family retained the office for more than two centuries. The Wars of Religion, for all their human cost, resulted in relatively little...

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