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Research into the history of the book before 1601 has reached an important moment. Within five years, scholars will have at their disposal short title catalogues covering almost all of the print domains of Europe. Such significant advances in research infrastructure will fundamentally transform our understanding of the first great age of print. It is, therefore, timely, that we begin to address one of the most inconvenient of truths -the issue of lost books. This article focuses on publishingdoi:10.1093/library/10.2.188 fatcat:ghbrb5jjxrbj5gd3phyxvohdva