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1903 in London .
Written in English
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Practical Bookbinding Morris Lee King This essay was written principally for those who are interested in an amateur way in this subject or are contemplating taking it up, and at the same time are not able to come in contact with teachers of the art and others interested in it. PRACTICAL BOOKBINDING.
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It protects its text block against wear and tear, and, by its structure, it makes a book out of a heap of otherwise separate leaves or quires. Through the ages, the covers, spine, fore-edge and other parts of the book have been decorated in almost every conceivable manner.
Bookbinding structures based on historical and contemporary models; differences in various binding practices, how these differences affect function, why the styles developed; experience choosing appropriate structures for particular uses; emphasis on fine tuning skills and techniques required for advanced binding practices; sewn endbands.
This book is designed as a working guide in the field of hand bookbinding and book conservation. It is intended as a practical manual for teachers and their students; as an instruction guide to be followed by the beginner attempting to learn binding on his or her own; and as a ready reference for experienced binders, book collectors, book dealers, and librarians.5/5(1).
On Art Binding: A Monograph, by Otto Zahn (frame-dependent HTML at ) Practical Bookbinding, by Morris Lee King (frame-dependent HTML at ) Book Preservation Technologies (), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (PDF files. Paul Hasluck edited the manual Bookbinding inand it was part of a series which included other titles such as Cycle Building, Taxidermy and Electric Bells: How to Make and Fit Them.
As a bookbinding manual, it’s ok, though not nearly as good as others from this time written by Cockerell, Crane or Zaehnsdorf. The School pdf Bookbinding Arts began in offering a bookbinding curriculum around mostly two-day classes that when taken as a whole, represented a solid foundation of bookbinding study dedicated to learning proper techniques, nomenclature, and application.
Even so, these practical and economical repairs are designed to deliver a neat.Endpapers have a practical and aesthetic role in the structure of a binding.
It is particularly important download pdf rebinding older books to use endpapers that match the period of the book. At Sangorski & Sutcliffe we have a range of handmade papers made exclusively for our bindery which are designed to match 18th and 19th century papers.BN18 9NSThis practical 5-day course will introduce the materials, tools and techniques most commonly used in Western European bookbinding.
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