Tom Payne's customers included all the bibliophiles of the period.
The name of Heber suggests the thought that all men who buy books are not bibliophiles.
We cannot name or classify the bibliophiles of the eighteenth century.
So children love picture-books, not as bibliophiles would consider wisely, but too well.
St. Jerome paid a visit to the collection while he was still enrolled on the list of bibliophiles.
Reuchlin may be counted among the bibliophiles, since he refused a large sum from the Emperor in lieu of a Hebrew Bible.
To the statesmen may be added Florimond Robertet, the first of a long line of bibliophiles.
In another letter he refers to him as “that Prince of Bibliophiles, poor, dear, old Murray.”
Virginia bibliophiles still boast in their collections some of his books containing his heraldic book-plate.
Some recent French publishers, such as Quantin and Rouveyre, have imitated the practice in their editions for bibliophiles.