Richard Jugge

(c. 1514—1577) bookseller and printer

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Educated at Eton and Cambridge, Jugge was a founding and active member of the Stationers’ Company. His printing was characterized by expensive ornate woodcuts and embellished initials. He and John Cawood were appointed Queen's Printers in 1560; Jugge was sole Queen's Printer from 1572. He printed numerous state documents and received the lucrative patent to print M. Parker’s Bishops’ Bible in 1568.

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Subjects: Bibliography.

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