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Parchment bound over sturdy cover boards, highlighting the living patterns of goatskin parchment without flattening the skin in any way by using adhesives. Five parchment lacings weave through the cover creating a variety of crosses. On the front, a…
Resew textblock using seven flattened hemp cords, consolidate spine, hide glue, backing and rounding, laced on blue boards, no edge treatment, wrap text block, three color double silk headband using batonets. Spine and covers: repair headbands with…
Original textblock conserved as needed. Original sewing holes utilized, book to be sewn on five cords with linen sewing threads, no additional edge treatment. Five cords laced into boards and extensions of the textile spine lining adhered to inside…
Pierced vellum binding, designs tooled and cut into the vellum to reveal brightly colored boards, title and tooling in gold and metallic foils. Design utilizes the repetition of a few limited geometric elements. The letters of the title, parallel…
Box binding with three-board structure using Harmatan Nigerian goatskins, black for the binding and dark red for the doublures, with designs based on the Paris 1788 edition of the text. Hand-gilded 23k lines on all three sides of box binding would…
Traditional-style tight-joint binding, sewn on seven raised bands covered in beige Niger goatskin and tooled with blind lines evocative of fifteenth-century blind-tooled bindings of the time when The Imitation of Christ was first published. Onlay of…
Design draws upon late eighteenth-century Rococo patterns as well as the world-wide pan-historical tradition of making jeweled bindings for spiritual texts. Exuberant lines incorporate references to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Crucifixion, and the…
The pages of the book will be folded to form a cross and the volume will be bound in plain sackcloth. The binders will harvest fiber from plants growing around the monument to Thomas à Kempis at Mount Saint Agnes in the Netherlands and then use these…
French technique lace-in boards, covered in full leather in Harmatan purple goatskin, sewn headbands of purple and gold, gold top edge may be added if this does not create conservation problems. Boards laced in with relief decoration raising the…
Full graphite-grey buffalo leather with matching doublures, flyleaves will be marble paper designed by MarbleSmith in the colors of grey, gold, and deep pink. Sewn silk headbands will also incorporate these colors. The front cover will have an onlay,…
Sections sewn on meeting guards sewn all along onto three raised linen cords. Front bead silk headbands. Bound in quarter orange goatskin, boards decorated outside and inside with wood veneers, titled and tooled in metallic foil, signed and dated…
This binding reflects the style and techniques proposed for the Apocrypha, Volume IV of The English Bible Containing the Old Testament & the New printed by the Doves Press. This example utilizes full goatskin case bound with a hollow back, laced…
BY 1720 .A36 2012
In this history of the South Central Jurisdiction, Agnew and Severe, with the help of Bishop Hardt, chronicle the first forty years of the United Methodist Church (1968–2008).
Memoir written by Rev. Dr. James A. Hawkins' wife, Marcia Murchison Hawkins. Included are details about their relationship together.
The author's telling of how deaths in a short period of time touched his life and helped him view Easter in a new light.