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Re: [BKARTS] Book Clasps



I have also bought these in the past, first at the Guild of Book Workers
Standards of Excellence Seminar, then by mail.  I was never disappointed.

Signa

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Subject: Re: Book Clasps


these are indeed for sale. i have a price list that's several years
old now (the euro and the USD were marked at par on the pricelist...)
- i've not bought personally but a collegue has, and the work is very
nice. excellent reproductions.


fran

>Another option possibly:
>http://www.mueller-buch.de/bbset.htm
>
>click on the Haken link and there are some nice early clasps. Not sure
>if these are for sale or for his own work...
>
>Vernon Wiering
>On Mar 13, 2005, at 9:57 AM, Judith Cohen wrote:
>
>>A good source for medieval style brass clasps is L.A.BookArts at
>>_www.custombindery.com_ (http://www.custombindery.com)
>>
>>Judith
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