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2 edition of The case of the book-binders of Great Britain found in the catalog.

The case of the book-binders of Great Britain

The case of the book-binders of Great Britain

humbly offered to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons, relating to the excessive duty resolved to be laid on mill-boards.

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Published in [London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 260, no. 98.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17057625M

Paperback binding[ edit ] Though books are sold as hardcover or paperback, the actual binding of the pages is important to durability. Endsheet construction - Click on image to enlarge] Fold and cut four folios of plain endsheet paper and four single sheets of decorative or plain colored paper slightly larger than the textblock to allow for trimming. Ballantine Bookcrafts : Handbinder and distributer of stamping presses. This step is critical, and adhesion between the signatures must be solid or the book will fail. Some are "half-calf" spine is leather, as are the corners of the boards, but the center of the boards are cloth or marbled board.

It is important to understand that the condition of the binding, and whether or not the binding is original, is NOT a major factor in the value of most ancient Bibles. While postsecondary education is available, most bookbinders and bindery workers learn the craft through on-the-job training. While they share methods, their goals differ. Today they are published separately, but centuries ago, they were bound into some Bibles. Glue made endbands onto the thin boards, angling below the board edge at the bevel.

Verheyen, Peter D. Olaf College in Minnesota. Our other speciality is teaching bookbinding and designing. On larger books bound by Julian Notary both these stamps are sometimes found on the same cover divided by a long panel bearing the initials L. The other style builds up the spine in layers which are cut to the same width.


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Many of these bills are still preserved in the volumes whose bindings they describe. Notes and References: 1 Middleton, Bernard C. Cut strips of board to fit and press to ensure good adhesion in the groove.

Liberated Books : New uses for discarded books Titling[ edit ] Early books did not have titles on their spines; rather they were shelved flat with their spines inward and titles written with ink along their fore edges.

The latter made of metal or molded heavy cardboard springs were also used, especially where springbacks were a large part of the business. Verheyen, Peter D. In the upper part the shield of St.

Richard Pynson, Caxton's pupil, pro duced some highly decorated designs. Cut 2 strips of cloth or reinforced leather approximately 1 cm wide and greater than the height of your endsheets.

The spine lining can be linen, muslin, or jaconette, and should be an appropriate weight for the size of the book. His bindings also combine elegance and strength, the sheets of the books being often sewn with silk, and the backs lined with leather to give them additional strength.

It restores approximately to antique bibles per year, not to mention the binding, printing, embossing, laminating, shipping work that the bindery handles every day. Trim the tapes and cloth strips so they are even with the edge of the spine stiffener.

The Latin for leaf is folium, therefore the ablative "folio" "on the folium" should be followed by a designation to distinguish between recto and verso.

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Taxin died in at age Offers books on binding and related paper crafts. Primary training was through formal apprenticeship at the Kunstbuchbinderei D. Market Demand… do collectors want to buy this type of material? There is an early example of the panel stamp on a loose binding in the library of Westminster Abbey.

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