Thomas nelson and sons rare books
Thomas Nelson (publisher) - WikipediaLondon, UK Series dates: Size: 4. This was most likely given away free. The booklet includes a list of titles forthcoming in the Spring of on the back cover, so this is probably from around the end of The covers front and back :. A Forward extols the virtues of the series, discussing the concept of a literary masterpiece and how the Nelson Classics are nothing but masterpieces. Author biographies with a sketch for most comprise the rest of the page booklet. The example below is probably from the early s.
Thomas Pynchon, Gravity’s Rainbow, Inscribed First Edition, 1973. Raptis Rare Books.
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The British publishing firm of Nelson is still a prominent name. The firm began as a small bookselling business established in Edinburgh in The founder of the bookshop was Thomas Neilson In , the name of the firm was changed to Thomas Nelson because of the tendency among customers to misspell Neilson. In , Thomas was joined in the business by his son William and a little later by his younger son Thomas. The business, located in Edinburgh's West Bow, grew on the formula of reprinting standard authors at low prices, and opened branches in London and New York.
Thomas Nelson is a publishing firm that began in West Bow, Edinburgh , Scotland in as the namesake of its founder. It is a subsidiary of HarperCollins , the publishing unit of News Corp. Its most successful title to date is Heaven Is for Real. In the United Kingdom, it was an independent publisher until , and later became part of the educational imprint Nelson Thornes. Thomas Nelson Sr. Thomas Sr. William concentrated his talents on the marketing side, and Thomas Jr.