Blind panels of English binders by J. Basil Oldham

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  • Bookbinding -- England -- History,
  • Bookbinding, Medieval -- England,
  • Bookbinding, Renaissance -- England,
  • Blind tooled bindings -- England

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Statementby J. Basil Oldham.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 55, [1] p., 67 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages67
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Open LibraryOL19988036M

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This book and its companion volume, English Blind-Stamped Bindings, together provide an exhaustive study of the tools used on blind-stamped bindings in England between the fifteenth century and the latter part of the seventeenth century.

Consummately researched by Oldham, an authority on his subject, the text is illustrated with 67 plates. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Cambridge: University Press, Description: xv, 55 pages, lxvii. item 3 Blind Panels of English Binders by James B. Oldham (English) Paperback Book Free - Blind Panels of English Binders by James B.

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Cambridge: University Press, folio blue cloth, dust jacket. xv, 56 pages of text followed by 67 plates. New York & London: Garland Publishing, 4to. cloth. iv, xv, 56 pages of text followed by 67 plates. Cambridge: University Press, blue cloth, dust jacket. Blind panels of English binders book Bookbinding.

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A study of the tools used on blind-stamped. See J B Oldham, Blind Panels of English Binders, Cambridge,upper cover BIB 2, lower cover ST Spierinck, Nicholas in The Oxford Companion to the Book.

Online; filmed lecture to the Grolier Club, Michael Laird, “Things He Saved From the Fire: The Curious Case of Nicholas Spierinck, Early Cambridge Bookbinder.”. See J B Oldham, Blind Panels of English Binders, Cambridge,upper cover RO18, lower cover HE Leedham-Green, Elisabeth et al, Garrett Godfrey's Accounts c Cambridge: Bibliographical Society Cambridge Bibliographical Society Monographs ().

Blind panels of English binders book An expanding English book trade, injected with an influx of skilled foreign labour, could not help but be influenced by continental fashions in binding and manufacture.

The outmoded medieval technique of decorating covers with hand-tooled patterns, gave way to the more efficient ‘blind stamping’ method (blind referring to the absence of gold). 16th-century English panel-stamped calf (for panels see Oldham's Blind panels of English binders, pl HE, and pl RO).From Libello huic regio haec insunt (London: Richard Pynson, ).

These two panels, one of the Tudor Royal arms and the other of a Tudor rose, are always found together, and at one point belonged to the London binder John. This decorative concept became very popular in the last quarter of the seventeenth century, growing directly out of the minimalist design patterns used from The multiple "panels" of a "paneled binding" are formed by layered frames made by blind fillets.

It was common for binders to decorate the corners of these panels with small tools. English blind-stamped bindings Oldham, J.B. Blind panels of English binders Ramage, C. Bookbinders of the United Kingdom (Outside London) Ramage C. London bookbinders Book Reviews J. Basil Oldham. Blind Panels oj English Binders.

New York: Cambridge University Press, xvi, 56 pp. 67 plates. 15 x 10 inches. $ The problems that complicate the history of English bookbinding for the sixty years following Caxton's introduction of printing at Westminster are.

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Blind Panels of English Binders () vélemények. Paperback. Book. The work of G. Hobson on the history of bookbinding, in particular English medieval and Renaissance bindings, is well known.

His studies on Romanesque English bookbinding marked a pioneer effort to trace the development of the art of binding in early medieval England, and remain the fundamental introduction to the subject. Similarly, his celebrated study of blind-stamped. Bookbinding is the process of physically assembling a book of codex format from an ordered stack of paper sheets that are folded together into sections or sometimes left as a stack of individual sheets.

The stack is then bound together along one edge by either sewing with thread through the folds or by a layer of flexible adhesive. Alternative methods of binding that are. English Blind-Stamped Bindings. -Blind Panels of English Binders. Cambridge: University Press, 2 o ( x mm), 2 works bound in one volume.

LIMITED EDITIONS (the first to copies). 61 and 67 plates respectively. Seventeenth-Century English Bindings I For the next two weeks I will be showcasing historical English bookbindings from the Center's collection. The images chronicle developments in the decorative styles and tool designs used to embellish leather and vellum book covers in the middle of the hand-press period.

Similarly, his celebrated study of blind-stamped panels in the English Renaissance book-trade has become a classic. The author's interests also extended to French bindings, and his work on Parisian bookbinding in the first quarter of the sixteenth century is of great importance; it is reprinted here with a number of his other studies on Grolier.

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Evidence and Principles, New York,pp. and J.B. Oldham, Blind Panels of English Binders, Cambridge,p. 16, AM.7, plate VII). On each cover there are two impressions of a panel divided into two rectangles each occupied by three animals (above: dragon, rabbit, dog; below: cattle, eagle, deer) enclosed within the curves of a.

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General Description: Early 16th century English panel stamp and decorative roll binding. Fragments. Once the front pastedown and presumably the cartonnage of the pad or pads removed in ‘from the cover of 8o Rawl.

’ (Pindar, gr., Basel, A. Cratanderin a contemporary Louvain binding with blind-panels of acorn design, see J.B. Oldham, Blind Panels of English binders, Cambridgep. 14, pl. II, no.

AC. 7).No original dimensions recoverable.16J. B. Oldham, Blind panels of English binders (Cambridge, ), 23, plates XV, XVII. 18 British Library Cf.2O is the book referenced by С Davenport, English heraldic book-stamps (London, ),with a description and line drawing of the panel showing Catherines arms (HE.

4). 19 Old plate XXIV. 20 Reproduced in Carley   Leather persisted as the covering material, while the recently imported art of blind and gold tooling long practiced in the East gave bookbinding a fresh impetus. The cords on which the signatures were sewn, and which were covered with leather, made pleasing raised bands and set off panels on the backbone of the book.4/4(1).

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