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Record IDcni00032753
Biographical Data1600 - 1663
Last Edit2016-08-11

General Note

Henrik Keyser, probably a German, was the first in a printer dynasty. He also created the most important private publishing business of the 17th century in Sweden. His imprint appears in 1633. 1636 he uses the designation “typogr. regius” for the first time, and he obviously had some kind of royal privilege. He died in early 1663 and his widow continued the printing house for a while.
Imprimeur-libraire ; imprimeur royal

More Information

Further Biographical Data?-1663
Dates of Activity1633-1663
Profession / OccupationImprimeur-libraire
Type de document concerné: Texte imprimé
Drucker (1633 - 1663)

Place of Activity

Place of ActivityStockholm
Stockholm (1633 - 1663)
Stockholm (1635 - 1663)

Related Entries

SuccessorKeyser (1663)
See alsoKeyser, Henrik
Personal name record


used in: National Library of Sweden
Keyser, Henrik
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris
Keyser, Henrik, I.
used in: Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
Variant NameCaesar, Heinricus
Caesar, Henricus
Kayser, Heinrich
Kayser, Heinricus
Kayser, Henricus
Kayser, Henry
Keisarilda, Henrich
Keiser, Henrich
Keiser, Henricus
Keiser, Henry
Keyser, Heinrich
Keyser, Hendrich
Keyser, Henrich
Keyser, Henricus
Keyser, Hindrich
Keyser, Hindrick
Kungl. tryckeriet (1636 - 1663)
Standard form for a printer who held a privilege to print official documents
Käyser, Heinrich
Käyser, Heinricus
Käyser, Henrich
Kayser, Henrich
Keysar, Henrich
Keyser, Henrik, I
Käyser, Hindrich


Found inCERL-Thesaurus. — Klemming-Nordin. — SBL. — Schück. — SOT. — SB16


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