Missel de Paris, Latin-Francois, avec Prime, Terce, Sexte, at les Processions, imprimé par ordre de Monseigneur l'Archevêque
by [Roman Catholic Church]
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- Missel de Paris, Latin-Francois, avec Prime, Terce, Sexte, at les Processions, imprimé par ordre de Monseigneur l'Archevêque
- [Roman Catholic Church]
- Leather Bound
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- Calf or calf hide is a common form of leather binding. Calf binding is naturally a light brown but there are ways to treat the...
- The collective of the top, fore and bottom edges of the text block of the book, being that part of the edges of the pages of a...
- Very generally, "leaves" refers to the pages of a book, as in the common phrase, "loose-leaf pages." A leaf is a single sheet...
- The decorative application of gold or gold coloring to a portion of a book on the spine, edges of the text block, or an inlay in...
- A common abbreviation for Front Free End Paper. Generally, it is the first page of a book and is part of a single sheet that...
- The portion of the endpaper which is left loose after binding. The first loose page upon opening a book from the rear. It may be...
- Raised Band(s)
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- The heel of the spine.
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