"The book arts and the history of printing, publishing and bookselling fall within this genre, as do books that recount the trials, tribulations and triumphs of individual book collectors. Indeed, some book lovers only collect books about book collecting. Books which systematically record the physical and textual components of other books according to a set criterion are known as ‘bibliographies’. These can range from simple checklists of a genre or single author, to a line by line account of the printing, paper and binding style of all the books written by and about an author.
The first book about book collecting is attributed to a 14th century book-loving bishop, Richard de Bury (1287–1345). His Philobiblon—a treatise on the love of books— was first printed at Cologne in 1473. It was first translated into English in 1598–9, edited by Thomas James. Many editions have since been published. The best English translation of Philobiblon, published in 1888 with the Latin text and with full biographical and bibliographical introductions, is by E. C. Thomas. In recent decades there has been an increased emphasis on scholarly and popular books on the subject of book collecting, and both out-of-print and new books are important to the collector."
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