Bookbinding for beginners

J. Kay, Author

1932
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Maker and Role
J. Kay, Author
Production Date
1932
Description
"This little book is intended to bridge the gap between the paper-cutting and simple modelling of the lower classes of the Junior School and the more definite craft work of the Senior School." - introduction.

Contents:
Introduction / books and bookbinding / materials and tools / general hints / examples: 1 - luggage label / 2 - case for comb or season ticket / 3 - rectangular envelope / 4 - work holder / 5 - detachable cover for book / 6 - a simple calendar / 7 - a "pull off" calendar / 8 - simple single section book / 9 - a book from single leaves / 10 - small loose leaf cover / 11 - albums / 12 - blotting pad / 13 - magazine cover in half-binding / 14 - single section book with covered back; repairing a torn leaf / 15 - large portfolio / 16 - workcase; guarding / 17 - wallet and note book / 18 - case binding in a single section book / 19 - case binding a book of three or four sections / decoration
Edition/State/Version
4th imp., 1932
Physical Description
46 p. : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Media/Materials
Signature/Marks
E. Salmon London 3/5/32 Hand-written
Accession No
88-089
Credit Line
J. Kay. 1932. Bookbinding for beginners, 88-089. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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