A network for historic guitars and vihuelas
In 2012 I submitted my PhD thesis, titled: Guitar Making in Nineteenth-century London: Louis Panormo and his Contemporaries. I have been approached by a publisher who is willing to publish this in the following expected format:
A4 size, hard back, circa 400 pages, containing approximately 300 colour images (depending upon the final copyright permissions obtained). We are aiming for the price of £80 per copy plus shipping if necessary, and in a limited print run.
We anticipate that my book will be ready late 2015/early 2016 if there is a good demand. Therefore, with regard to this, please would you email me at email@example.com showing your interest, so they can keep your name and contact details for notification upon its release? There will be no obligation and no pre-payment.
Hi. Just what I need. Put my name down, and best regards, Nick Harrison.
Please add my name to the list.
Congratulations, James. I have sent you my details in a separate email. I am looking forward to your book!
Please put me on the list, sounds like a great resource, so many color images.
Blair Whitaker, USA
Yes my personal copies of 'Guitars through the Ages' and 'The century that Shaped the Guitar' have fallen apart too. Today I received AL 122; looking forward to reading your fascinating article. I recently came across the 1880 sale catalogue of the 'Vuillaume' Strad.