Report of the Committee on Leather for Bookbinding

with four appendixes ... by Royal Society of Arts

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StatementSociety for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, & Commerce
ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. ;
Number of Pages20
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Society of Arts (Great Britain). Committee on Leather for Bookbinding. Report of the Committee on Leather for Bookbinding. London: Published for the Society of Arts by George Bell & Sons, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles George Lyttleton Cobham, Viscount; Henry Trueman Wood; Society of Arts (Great.

Cloth, small 4to, gilt cover-title within border, 20 pp, 11 colour plates, 12 leather samples pasted on the front and rear pastedowns (as issued). Contents include: Part I. Introduction; Part II. Report of Sub-Committee on Libraries and Bookbinding; Part III.

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The Report of the Committee appointed by the Society of Arts to investigate the cause of the decay of modern leather bindings, should tend to establish a sound tradition for cheaper work. The third specification at the end of this book is practically the same as that given in their Report, and was arrived at by selection, after many libraries.

Translator's note -- Introduction: the decoration of leather in the past -- Tools and leather -- Methods of working in leather -- Leather mosaic -- Dyes, patines and gilding -- The choice of design and colour -- Appendix: Leather hangings and furniture -- Note: Some extracts from the report of the committee on leather for bookbinding, appointed.

IT is hoped that this book will help bookbinders and librarians to select sound methods of binding books. It is intended to supplement and not to supplant workshop training for bookbinders. No one can become a skilled workman by reading text-books, but to a man who has acquired skill and practical experience, a text-book, giving perhaps 5/5(1).

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