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Course on history of decorated bookbinding

From: Tina Marshall <tina>
Date: Thursday, May 15, 2003
A History of Decorated Bookbinding
University Library, London
July 21-25, 2003
Tutor:  Mirjam Foot

There are still a few places left on this five-day course on the
history of bookbinding decoration.  Pre-19th century binding
structures will also be discussed.  The course is aimed to provide
conservators, archivists and librarians with an understanding of the
major trends in binding and tool-design and to provide a knowledge
of binding history, essential for anyone dealing with the handmade
book.  In addition there will be a field trip to the British Library
(or a principal library).  A list of recommended reading will be
available prior to the course on application. Cost: IPC members
UKP380  Non-members UKP430 (Cost covers tea and coffee plus an
evening reception)

Please contact the

    Institute of Paper Conservation
    Bridge House
    Waterside
    Upton upon Severn WR8 0HG, UK
    information [at] ipc__org__uk

for a booking form

Tina Marshall
Administrator
Institute of Paper Conservation
Bridge House, Waterside
Upton upon Severn  WR8 0HG
+44 1684 591150
Fax: +44 1684 592380


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