2 edition of Notes on the art of bookbinding. found in the catalog.
Notes on the art of bookbinding.
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Zaehnsdorf, bookbinder and son of a bookbinder, made this second edition of his book to enlighten amateurs and tradesmen alike. The whole process of binding a book and the required equipment are carefully explained to the reader.
The art of bookbinding in this country is now on a sound foundation, but it has made only a beginning. The development of the future is apt to exceed all our expectations, and the dominant note is originality, the quality without which no art can ever attain any prominence.
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An early method of binding a manuscript book was to wrap a sheet of leather around it, and tie it with a leather thong. Books were laid flat on the shelves, the titles being written on wooden tags hanging from them.
Book Block or Text block – The Notes on the art of bookbinding. book of internal pages that make up the book. Leather Bookbinding Spine. Spine (textblock spine) – The spine is where the signatures and textblock are bound.
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Bookbinding can be an entirely practical endeavor. I got my own start by producing paperback versions of e-books I had downloaded so I could read them offline and make notes in the margins. But, there are people who take the same basic process and end up creating books that are a work of art.
The Art of Bookbinding Julia Miller, in her book titled “ooks Will Speak Plain, A Handbook for Identifying and Describing Historical indings,” explains Emily Dickinson's quote “To meet an Antique ook in just the Dress his entury wore.” She says that “When we ‘meet an Antique ook,’ our response to the bookFile Size: 1MB.
A book that has been sewed flexibly will not have any saw cut in the back, so that on examination, by opening it wide, it will at once be seen if it is a real flexible binding or not.
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15th Century: The Book in Transition Bookbinding came out of the dark ages as European culture began to flourish. Books became more common with the invention of printing mid-century. Very different styles of bindings developed in northern and southern Europe, differences which would be evident for the next few centuries.