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COCKERELL, Sydney (Sydney Morris), 1906-1987 : [TWO CHRISTMAS CARDS].
Grantchester : [ca.1985-1986]. Two personal Christmas cards, both with printed message, one inscribed “from Sydney and Elizabeth Cockerell”, and both with hand-marbled Cockerell decoration, one in a conventional design in olive, sand, white and two shades of brown, the other in a vaguely Christmas-tree design in two shades of silver-grey on grey. Two charming mementoes of Sydney (Sandy) Cockerell in later life.
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GRANGE FIBRE COMPANY : BOB THE BINDER’S PROGRESS.
Leicester : Grange Fibre Co., (1955). First edition. A bound version of the entertaining “Bob the Binder” advertisements issued between 1952 and 1955 to encourage the use of “Linson”, “Fabroleen”, and other imitation fabrics made by Grange Fibre and marketed as “non-woven book cover material”.
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KER, Neil R. (Neil Ripley), 1908-1982 : FRAGMENTS OF MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPTS USED AS PASTEDOWNS IN OXFORD BINDINGS WITH A SURVEY OF OXFORD BINDING c.1515-1620.
Oxford : Oxford Bibliographical Society, 2004. Second edition. Reprints the rare original 1954 publication with the addition of extensive corrigenda and addenda, now forming a companion to David Pearson’s “Oxford Bookbinding 1500-1640” (2000). Edited by David Rundle and Scott Mandelbrote. Oxford Bibliographical Society Third Series, Volume IV, published in 2004 as the year 2000 publication.
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[NIXON, Howard M. (Howard Millar), 1909-1983] : BOOKBINDINGS FROM THE LIBRARY OF JEAN GROLIER.
London : Trustees of the British Museum, 1965. First edition. A full-scale catalogue of the 1965 loan exhibition, which apparently incorporated every known and genuine Grolier binding to be found in the British Isles. The 138 fully described and illustrated books are grouped under the headings of Italian bindings; the single velvet binding; early French bindings; Claude de Picques; bindings with no significant tools; the Cupid’s Bow binder; other binderies, etc.
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