Creeds – established in 1596?

By September 10, 2013 No Comments

A customer of ours recently came across an interesting illustration in a book on the Reformation of the UK and Ireland.

Featuring a leaflet from 1596, at the bottom was the name of the printer, a Mr Thomas Creede.

According to an article on Wikipedia, Thomas was a printer in London during the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras and was “rated as “one of the best of his time.””

His London based printworks were responsible for printing editions of works in English Renaissance drama, especially for ten editions of six Shakespearean plays and three works in the Shakespeare Apocrypha.

Are you a playwright in the making?

If so (or even if not!), at Creeds, we enjoy helping aspiring authors and writers with our own Book Printing Service, providing affordable short run options where needed.

For more details, contact Creeds (Established in 1956!) on 01308 423411 or click here.

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