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Re: 18th Century Bindings Question



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Does anyone know if there is additional information available on any of
these models? The pictures of the models are very nice but not very
detailed, and there is very little description other than type and era,
etc. A detailed description of each binding and its construction methods
would be great.


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Karl F. Best
karl@karlbest.com                "A Luddite with a Laptop..."
Chelmsford, MA


Terrence Collins wrote:

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>Try this link:
>http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/conservation/models/
>(If it doesn't work, do an engine search for "bookbinding
>models" and click on the links for University of Iowa Libraries).
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>At the site, click on "Models".  There are numerous
>styles.  The "description" will tell the century of prevalence.
>Very informative.
>
>Hope this helps,
>Terrence Collins
>Salem College
>Winston-Salem, NC
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