Bell and Daldy
RA Collection: People and Organisations
George Bell & Sons was founded by George Bell as an educational bookseller in 1839. In 1854, he acquired J. & J.J. Deighton, a bookseller's outfit in Cambridge, which thereupon changed its name to Deighton, Bell & Co. Then, in 1856, Bell brought on board as a partner Frederick Daldy, and renamed the company Bell & Daldy. With Daldy, Bell began to print more poetry collections, including the Aldine Edition of British Poets and the works of Andrew Lang and Robert Bridges. Daldy left the firm (renamed George Bell & Sons) in 1873, to join the firm of Virtue, Spalding, & Daldy.
John Flaxman RA
Lectures On Sculpture, As Delivered Before The President And Members Of The Royal Academy. By John Flaxman, Esq., R.A., Professor Of Sculpture In The Royal Academy Of Great Britain, Member Of The Academies Of St. Luke, Rome, Florence, Carrara, Etc. With An Introductory Lecture, And Two Addresses To The Royal Academy, On The Death Of Thomas Banks, In 1805, And Of Antonio Canova, In 1822, And An Address On The Death Of Flaxman, By Sir Richard Westmacott, R.A. With Fifty-Three Plates. New Edition. - London:: 1865.
Facsimiles Of Original Studies By Michael Angelo, In The University Galleries, Oxford. Etched By Joseph Fisher. - London:: 1865.
Facsimiles Of Original Studies By Raffaelle, In The University Galleries, Oxford. Etched By Joseph Fisher. - London:: 1865.
Punch and Judy / with twenty-four illustrations designed and engraved by George Cruikshank ; and other plates - London: 1870