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Re: Commonplace, scrap and other books ...
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- Subject: Re: Commonplace, scrap and other books ...
- From: "Rodney Fry 01276 64566 x4151; GNET *821" <rod.fry@GECM.COM>
- Date: Mon, 17 Aug 1998 12:59:42 +0100
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>Is "grangerised" synonymous with "extra-illustated"?
>At 08:04 AM 8/17/98 +0100, you wrote:
>>The term "grangerised" refers to a man, a book collector I think in the
>>1800s (?), who would collect many engravings and bind them into the normal
>>edition of a work.
>Sam Lanham (email@example.com)
Yes, a perfectly acceptable description to me at any rate - with the proviso
that it does not imply illustrated by the publishers as a marketing ploy! I
think there is a definition in Bernard Middleton' book, but my copy is at