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Shelfmark C108v1
Held by BL
Author [Album]
Title Blank album
Place of Publication Camberwell
Date of Publication 1925
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Lower cover

Shelfmark C108v1
Lower cover
Country England
Period 20c
Colour Blue; Green; Red
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold; Onlaid; Painted
Style/Type Bird motif; Pictorial; Leaf
Edges Gilt
Bookbinder Ashbee, William
Ownership mark
Reference
Notes in an elaborately gold-tooled binding of dark blue morocco with onlays of green, light blue, cream, brown, red and white leather. In the centre of the upper cover is a peacock, and the doublures have a swan and a snake as their central motifs. Bound by William Ashbee at the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts to a design by A. J. Vaughan. With elaborate tooled and onlaid doublures featuring birds and silk lined flyleaves.


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Upper doublure

Shelfmark C108v1
Upper doublure
Country England
Period 20c
Colour Blue; Green; Red
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold; Onlaid; Painted
Style/Type Bird motif; Pictorial; Leaf
Edges Gilt
Bookbinder Ashbee, William
Ownership mark
Reference
Notes in an elaborately gold-tooled binding of dark blue morocco with onlays of green, light blue, cream, brown, red and white leather. In the centre of the upper cover is a peacock, and the doublures have a swan and a snake as their central motifs. Bound by William Ashbee at the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts to a design by A. J. Vaughan. With elaborate tooled and onlaid doublures featuring birds and silk lined flyleaves.


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Binding Image :

Lower doublure

Shelfmark C108v1
Lower doublure
Country England
Period 20c
Colour Blue; Green; Red
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold; Onlaid; Painted
Style/Type Bird motif; Pictorial; Leaf
Edges Gilt
Bookbinder Ashbee, William
Ownership mark
Reference
Notes in an elaborately gold-tooled binding of dark blue morocco with onlays of green, light blue, cream, brown, red and white leather. In the centre of the upper cover is a peacock, and the doublures have a swan and a snake as their central motifs. Bound by William Ashbee at the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts to a design by A. J. Vaughan. With elaborate tooled and onlaid doublures featuring birds and silk lined flyleaves.


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Upper cover

Shelfmark C108v1
Upper cover
Country England
Period 20c
Colour Blue; Green; Red
Cover Material Goatskin (includes morocco, turkey etc)
Decorative Technique Tooled in gold; Onlaid; Painted
Style/Type Bird motif; Pictorial; Leaf
Edges Gilt
Bookbinder Ashbee, William
Ownership mark
Reference Howard Nixon, English bookbindings added to the department British Library Journal 1975 see also eblj http://www.bl.uk/eblj/1975articles/pdf/article18.pdf
Notes in an elaborately gold-tooled binding of dark blue morocco with onlays of green, light blue, cream, brown, red and white leather. In the centre of the upper cover is a peacock, and the doublures have a swan and a snake as their central motifs. Bound by William Ashbee at the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts in 1925 to a design by A. J. Vaughan. Alec Vaughan had been a pupil of George Sutcliffe. With elaborate tooled and onlaid doublures featuring birds and silk lined flyleaves.


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