Posts Tagged ‘Richard Pynson’

September 27

“In the seventh year of Henry VIII. September the 27th (1509). The King gives to Richard Pynson Esquire, our Printer, Four Pounds annually, to be paid from the receipts of the Exchequer during life.” Thus honored by royal decree, Richard Pynson, one of the great triumvirate of early English printers, which included William Caxton, and […]