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Re: made-up?



Since it is not a 'cancel', however the description for a 'cancel' seems to
fit the situation, why not write
'made-up sheet like a cancel'
Gudrun




At 03:25 PM 6/20/00 -0500, you wrote:
>I'm using the term "made-up sheet" to describe a situation, but I don't find
>this in the Roberts & Etherington "Descriptive Terminology."  So, what word
>or phrase would you use to describe the following?
>
>A manuscript from approx. 1800 has a number of gatherings.  Some sheets in
>some gatherings are made from two smaller papers that have been attached
>together.  In essence, there is one leaf that is adhered to a stub extending
>from the other leaf.  This is not a cancel, and it isn't a case of attaching
>an extra illustration to a stub.
>
>Any ideas?
>
>Cathy Atwood
>Missouri Local Records Program
>
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