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A Machine-Made "Gothic" Binding  The Preacher. Chromolithographs by Owen Jones. [London]: Longman & Company, 1849.

A Machine-Made "Gothic" Binding The Preacher. Chromolithographs by Owen Jones. [London]: Longman & Company, 1849.

Metal cover of a Venetian ship's log-book with compass   				Museo Correr, Venice, Italy

Metal cover of a Venetian ship's log-book with compass Museo Correr, Venice, Italy

Cover of the Gospel Book of Otto III (with tenth-century Byzantine ivory panel) c. 1000

Cover of the Gospel Book of Otto III (with tenth-century Byzantine ivory panel) c. 1000

The Morgan Library & Museum - Incunable Bookbinding - PML 64977 - Front cover, outside

The Morgan Library & Museum - Incunable Bookbinding - PML 64977 - Front cover, outside

Cosway Bindings are traditional leather bindings are adorned with beautifully inset miniature portraits in the covers. The bindings are named for the portrait painter Richard Cosway. This copy of Evangeline by Longfellow – is an extraordinarily gorgeous example with portraits set into the back cover as well as the front. For sale at the tidy sum of $91,800, this one is a smidge out of my price range, but I sure what love to hold it in my hands and look through it.

Cosway Bindings are traditional leather bindings are adorned with beautifully inset miniature portraits in the covers. The bindings are named for the portrait painter Richard Cosway. This copy of Evangeline by Longfellow – is an extraordinarily gorgeous example with portraits set into the back cover as well as the front. For sale at the tidy sum of $91,800, this one is a smidge out of my price range, but I sure what love to hold it in my hands and look through it.

Сохранённые фотографии Елены | 1 522 фотографии

Сохранённые фотографии Елены | 1 522 фотографии

antique book bindings - Google Search

antique book bindings - Google Search

The cover of the gospels of Otto III, 12th century. The ivory panel was imported from Byzantium.

The cover of the gospels of Otto III, 12th century. The ivory panel was imported from Byzantium.

The Morgan Library & Museum - Incunable Bookbinding - PML 1127 - Front cover, outside

The Morgan Library & Museum - Incunable Bookbinding - PML 1127 - Front cover, outside

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