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Category (archive title) Bookbinding for Amateurs

Bookbinding For Amateurs

BOOKBINDING BEING DESCRIPTIONS OF THE VARIOUS TOOLS AND APPLIANCES REQUIRED MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THEIR EFFECTIVE USE. BY W. J. E. CRANE. ILLUSTRATED WITH 156 kENGRAVINGS. 7 LONDON: L. UPCOTT GILL, 170, STRAND.   LITTLE prefatory remark is required in introducing this small book to the public. The present day is especially noticeable for the number of amateur workers who are found in every department of art and technics. That being so, there is certainly no branch of work better fitted to claim their time and attention than that of Bookbinding. It is of great antiquity, of the utmost utility, and capable of almost any degree of artistic development. Looking back to the birth and early history of literature, we find…

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