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Re: [BKARTS] Two-Volume Girdle Book



What period is the binding from? It looks very late medieval... Where did
you find information on this type of binding?

~Melanie

Margaret Lammerts said:
> Wonderful binding, Richard
>
> Am curious to know if the stitching on the leather is machine done or
> gasp, done by hand.
> Thank you for sharing.
> margaret
>
>>I've just completed a variation on the girdle book cover similar to the
>>Yale envelope (pocket) style, but it holds two volumes.  This Breviary,
>>
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