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The Paper Trade. A Descriptive and Historical Survey of the Paper Trade from the Commencement of the Nineteenth Century

By SPICER (A. Dykes)

Methuen & Co. 1907. First Edition, xii, 282pp., + adverts, a very good ex-library copy, intermittent foxing, illustrs., orig. cloth. The best general history of the paper industry in the nineteenth century.


The Elder James Whatman: England's Greatest Paper Maker. [With:] The Whatmans and Wove Paper; Its Invention and Development in the West. Research into the Origins of Wove Paper and of Genuine Loom-Woven Wire-cloth


J.N. Balston. 1992-98. 3 Vols., 4to, limited to 350 copies, 362; 330; 338pp., illustrs., orig. cloth, d.w's. a little worn. A comprehensive and carefully integrated account of the economic, political, geographical and technological factors that affected the paper industry in what was perhaps the most important centre of White paper manufacture in 18th Century Britain.


Paper - Art & Technology. The History and Methods of Fine Papermaking with a Gallery of Contemporary Paper Art

By LONG (Paulette) Editor

The World Print Council, San Francisco. 1981. Oblong 4to, [viii],118pp., illustrs., orig. decorated wrappers.


William Balston Paper Maker 1759-1849.

By BALSTON (Thomas)

Methuen & Co. Ltd. 1954. First Edition, ex-library, frontis., 7 plates, 6 illustrs., in the text, orig. cloth, head of spine slightly torn, uncut.


Recommendations for Repair and Allied Processes for the Conservation of Documents. Part 1. Treatment of Sheets, Membranes and Seals


British Standards Institute. 1973. 4to, 21pp., orig. printed wrappers.