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Re: Medieval Bookbinding



The Public Records Office in London published _Doomsday Rebound_
back about 1986, and there was an earlier pamphlet.

Bernard Middleton's _History of English Craft Bookbinding Technique_ is
useful, and there are a couple of good articles in the British journal,
_The Library_  "The Construction of English Twelfth-Century Bindings"
(Fifth Series, Vol. XVII, No. 1, March 1962) and, "Changes in the Style
of Bookbinding, 1550-1830" (Fifth Series, vol. XI, No. 2, June 1956)
both written by Graham Pollard.

Also, _Islamic Bindings & Bookmaking_ by Gulnar Bosch, John Carswell, and
Guy Petherbridge, published by the Oriental Institute Museum, Univ. of Chicago,
in 1981.

Jack

>Date:    Thu, 15 Jul 1999 16:24:07 -0500
>From:    Duncan Campbell <dmc@MINN.NET>
>Subject: Medieval Bookbinding
(snip)
>He's specifically interested in Norman bindings but anything doing with
>>European or Near Eastern Bindings.  He has a personal project revolving
>around >the Doomsday Book and is especially interested in anything
>pertaining >specifically to it.
(snip)

Jack C. Thompson
Thompson Conservation Laboratory
Portland, OR

503/735-3942  (voice/fax)

http://www.teleport.com/~tcl


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