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[BKARTS] Re: [BKARTS] Re: bradel à plats rapportés



From 19th century Alscace (so I was taught), and as such claimed by both
Germans and French as their own. It's called Bradel by the French,
generally just Deckenband (case binding) by the Germans. There are also
variations on that technique.

p.

At 08:54 AM 9/12/2003 -0400, you wrote:
Yves,

If I'm not mistaken, Bradel is German.

Ed Stansell
http://www.bookrestoration.net

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