The Art of Bookbinding / A practical treatise, with plates and diagrams

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THE ART OF BOOK­BIND­ING. A PRAC­TI­CAL TREA­TISE. BY JO­SEPH W. ZAEHNS­DORF.

TECHNOLOGICAL HANDBOOKS.
ART OF BOOKBINDING.
TECHNOLOGICAL HANDBOOKS.

1. DYEING AND TISSUE-PRINTING. By William Crookes, F.R.S., V.P.C.S. 5s.

2. GLASS MANUFACTURE. INTRODUCTORY ESSAY, by H. J. Powell, B.A. (Whitefriars Glass Works); CROWN AND SHEET GLASS, by Henry Chance, M.A. (Chance Bros., Birmingham); PLATE GLASS, by H. G. Harris, Assoc. Memb. Inst. C.E. 3s. 6d.

3. COTTON SPINNING; Its Devel­op­ment, Prin­ci­ples, and Prac­tice. By R. Mars­den, Ed­i­tor of the “Tex­tile Mer­cury.” With an Ap­pen­dix on Steam En­gines and Boil­ers. 3rd edition, revised, 6s. 6d.

4. COAL-TAR COLOURS, The Chemistry of. With special reference to their application to Dyeing, &c. By Dr. R. Benedikt. Trans­lated from the German by E. Knecht, Ph.D. 2nd edition, en­larged, 6s. 6d.

5. WOOLLEN AND WORSTED CLOTH MAN­U­FAC­TURE. By Professor Roberts Beau­mont. 2nd edition, revised. 7s. 6d.

6. PRINTING. By C. T. Jacobi, Manager of the Chis­wick Press. 5s.

7. BOOKBINDING. By J. W. Zaehns­dorf.

9. COTTON WEAVING. By R. Mars­den. In pre­par­a­tion.

FLORENTINE.

Small folio.
TECHNOLOGICAL HANDBOOKS.
THE ART
OF
BOOKBINDING.
A PRACTICAL TREATISE.
BY
JOSEPH W. ZAEHNSDORF.
WITH PLATES AND DIAGRAMS.
SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED.
LONDON: GEORGE BELL AND SONS,
YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
1890.
CHIS­WICK PRESS:—C. WHIT­TING­HAM AND CO., TOOKS COURT, CHAN­CERY LANE.
DEDICATED TO
HUGH OWEN, ESQ., F.S.A.,
AS A SLIGHT ACK­NOW­LEDG­MENT OF HIS COUN­SEL AND FRIEND­SHIP, AND IN AD­MIR­A­TION OF HIS KNOW­LEDGE OF
BOOKBINDING.