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William Caxton showing specimens of his printing to King Edward IV and his Queen.

Published in The Graphic in 1877 refering to The Caxton Celebration. The Caxton Celebration, commemorating the 400th anniversary of the first printed book in England, took place in London in the summer of 1877.
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Source The Graphic, June 30, 1877, p617. Retrieved from old-print.com
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