Bookbinding

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Japanese Bookbinding

Japanese Bookbinding

by Ikegami- Kojiro

Kojiro Ikegami, third generation in a line of professional bookbinders, is one of the few full-time practitioners of the craft in Japan. He has repaired innumerable antiquarian books, many designated as national treasures or important cultural properties, at his workshop in the Tokyo National Museum. In 1979 he received a distinguished government award—the Sixth Class Order of the Rising Sun—for his contribution to the conservation of significant books in Japan's history. Recently retired, he... Read more
Bookbinding Made Easy

Bookbinding Made Easy

by Lee M Klinefelter

London Book Binders 1780-1840

London Book Binders 1780-1840

by Charles Ramsden

Basic Bookbinding

Basic Bookbinding

by A W Lewis

Zaehnsdorfs

Zaehnsdorfs

by Frank Broomhead

Bookbinding

Bookbinding

by Edith Diehl

Hand Bookbinding

Hand Bookbinding

by Aldren a Watson

Hand Bookbinding

Hand Bookbinding

by Aldren A Watson

Bookbinding In Early America

Bookbinding In Early America

by Hannah D French

Art Nouveau and Art Deco Bookbinding

Art Nouveau and Art Deco Bookbinding

by Alastair and De Bartha, Georges Duncan

Headbands, How To Work Them

Headbands, How To Work Them

by Jane and Jenny Hille Greenfield

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Hand Bookbinding

by Rh Value Publishing

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Royal English Bookbinding

by Cyril Davenport

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