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|ID no. of Person||BETA bioid 4640|
|Name|| Clarke & Bedford, encuadernador London (1841 - 1850)
John Clarke, socio (Wikipedia)
Francis Bedford, socio (Wikipedia)
|Associated Persons||socio de: Francis Bedford, encuadernador London (1822 - 1883) (Wikipedia)|
|Affiliation||encuadernador London 1841 - 1850 (Wikipedia)|
|Other associations with MSS, printed editions, or copies of editions|| copid 3211 Ed.: New York: Hispanic Society (HSA) (1512-05-25). Juan de Mena, Laberinto de fortuna, escrito 1444-02-22 .
manid 1726 Ed.: London: British Library (BL), G.11272 (= IA.52343). Sevilla: Johann Pegnitzer von Nürnberg, et al., 1499-07-11. Íñigo López de Mendoza, 1. marqués de Santillana, Introducción al centiloquio de sus proverbios y castigos, escrito 1437.
manid 1997 Ed.: London: British Library (BL) (Grenville), G.11274. Sevilla: Johann Pegnitzer von Nürnberg, et al., 1499-10-07. Juan de Mena, Laberinto de fortuna, escrito 1444-02-22.
manid 3644 Ed.: London: British Library (BL), G.10958 (= IA.52868). Salamanca: Leonardo Hutz, et al., 1496?. Diego de San Pedro, A una monja que amaba, escrito 1470 a quo - 1480 ad quem.
manid 5269 Ed.: Madrid: Nacional (BNE), R/31360. Sevilla: Jacobo Cromberger, 1512-03-25. Íñigo López de Mendoza, 1. marqués de Santillana, Introducción al centiloquio de sus proverbios y castigos, escrito 1437.
|References (most recent first)||Wikipedia (inglés) (2001-)|
|Note|| Wikipedia 2017-03-08:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Francis Bedford (18 June 1799 – 8 June 1883) was an English bookbinder.
Bedford was born at Paddington, London, on 18 June 1799; his father is believed to have been a courier attached to the establishment of George III. At an early age he was sent to school in Yorkshire, and on his return to London his guardian, Henry Bower of 38 Great Marlborough Street, apprenticed him in 1817 to a bookbinder named Haigh, in Poland Street, Oxford Street. Only a part of his time was served with Haigh, and in 1822 he was transferred to a binder named Finlay, also of Poland Street, with whom his indentures were completed.
At the end of his apprenticeship Bedford entered the workshop of one of the leading bookbinders of the day, Charles Lewis, of 35 Duke Street, St. James's, with whom he worked until the death of his employer, and subsequently managed the business for Lewis's widow.
Bedford attracted the notice of William Bentinck, 4th Duke of Portland, who became a patron and friends. In 1841 Bedford, who had by then left Mrs. Lewis's establishment, entered into partnership with John Clarke of 61 Frith Street, Soho, who had a reputation for binding books in tree-marbled calf. Clarke and Bedford carried on their business in Frith Street until 1850, when the partnership was dissolved.
|Internet||https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Bedford_(bookbinder) Wikipedia visto 2017-03-08||Record Status||