condensed discuss document expanded export feedback print share remove reset document_white enquire_white export_white report_white
discuss document export feedback print share gallery-landscape

M. C. Palmer Ex libris

Library / Pictorial › painting and drawings
  • Description
    Two men stand in an alcove lined with book shelves. One man is perched on a step-stool to retrieve a book entitled 'My Book. M. C. Palmer'. He also clutches a stack of books entitled 'The Impact of Books' that are toppling on top of the man on the ground, who is apparition-like in his translucence. The words 'Information', 'Bookseller', 'Inspiration', 'Relaxation' and 'Explanation' are emblazoned across the shelves.
  • Collection area
  • Record richness
Uncaptioned
Uncaptioned

Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    M. C. Palmer Ex libris
  • Description
    Two men stand in an alcove lined with book shelves. One man is perched on a step-stool to retrieve a book entitled 'My Book. M. C. Palmer'. He also clutches a stack of books entitled 'The Impact of Books' that are toppling on top of the man on the ground, who is apparition-like in his translucence. The words 'Information', 'Bookseller', 'Inspiration', 'Relaxation' and 'Explanation' are emblazoned across the shelves.
  • Physical description
    1 bookplate : b&w. ; 100 mm. x 70 mm. (image), 106 mm. x 77 mm. (paper).
  • Production
    Berry, J, artist (Creator)
  • Format
  • Subject
    Bookplates  (General Subject)
  • Availability
    • Permission to reproduce this image should be sought from Auckland War Memorial Museum and the copyright holder where applicable.  (Copyright)
    • By appointment only.  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    M. C. Palmer Ex libris

Object tags

Auckland Museum tags

Visitor tags

Contribute
  • Contribute more detail to this record by adding your own names, classifications or categories via a tag. Tags also make this record more findable on search.

Related items

Results from DigitalNZ

Other items

    The development of the Auckland War Memorial Museum online collection is an ongoing process; updates, new images and records are added weekly. In some cases, records have yet to be confirmed by Museum staff, and there could be mistakes or omissions in the information provided.