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Pen case and lid | V&A  Place of origin:  Italy (made) Date:  1500-1520 (made) Artist/Maker:  Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:  Moulded leather, tooled, carved and stamped Credit Line:  Bequeathed by George Salting Museum number:  W.108&A-1910

Pen case and lid

Pen case and lid | V&A Place of origin: Italy (made) Date: 1500-1520 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Moulded leather, tooled, carved and stamped Credit Line: Bequeathed by George Salting Museum number: W.108&A-1910

Girdle book from Thore Virgin's Bibliotheca Qvarnforsiana. The book is in a private collection in Germany today.  This photo is scanned from J. Victor Johansson: Från Gutenbergbibel till Gösta Berlings Saga. Vandringar i Bibliotheca Qvarnforsiana, Stockholm 1952. According to sv:Upphovsrätt the photo should be in Public Domain because of the age.

Girdle book from Thore Virgin's Bibliotheca Qvarnforsiana. The book is in a private collection in Germany today. This photo is scanned from J. Victor Johansson: Från Gutenbergbibel till Gösta Berlings Saga. Vandringar i Bibliotheca Qvarnforsiana, Stockholm 1952. According to sv:Upphovsrätt the photo should be in Public Domain because of the age.

Chemise Binding Schoyen Collection  MS 692 THE ELLESMERE BIBLE England, ca. 1240, deerskin over stout beech boards, sewn on 5 split tawed thongs, made as a chemise binding with the leather extending well beyond the covers to practically encase the volume. Complete on top edges including the tab on top of the spine, only a small portion remains along the lower edge, the 2 catches on the upper cover are preserved. 10 brass bosses, 5 on each cover, probably 15th c.

Chemise Binding Schoyen Collection MS 692 THE ELLESMERE BIBLE England, ca. 1240, deerskin over stout beech boards, sewn on 5 split tawed thongs, made as a chemise binding with the leather extending well beyond the covers to practically encase the volume. Complete on top edges including the tab on top of the spine, only a small portion remains along the lower edge, the 2 catches on the upper cover are preserved. 10 brass bosses, 5 on each cover, probably 15th c.

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