By A. W. Lewis
A couple of books exist already which deal kind of absolutely with ebook crafts and likewise with complex bookbinding, few of them conceal in any element the elemental tools of binding within the easier types. This booklet is an try and bridge the space via delivering step-by-step directions within the crucial operations enthusiastic about the binding of books by means of hand in textile and in library type. No initial “book crafts” is advised because it is thought that enough preparatory paintings should be performed in bookbinding itself through the making up of small books of undeniable writing or drawing paper sooner than beginning on books of any price. This booklet can be came upon precious in education schools, paintings faculties, secondary colleges and in night periods and likewise that enough special guideline is given to allow a scholar, engaged on his personal, to take action with success.
Книга английского автора А.В.Льюиса о секретах переплётного дела. Ценность данного издания в том, что каждый человек, прочитав подробные пошаговые инструкции, сможет сделать переплёт книги в домашних условиях. Учебник прекрасно иллюстрирован и к каждому действию даётся подробный комментарий. Описаны разные стили переплёта, и дано описание инструментов, необходимых для работы. Также эта книга будет полезной библиотекарям, реставратором, студентам, ученикам школ и колледжей и всем тем, кто любит реставрировать книги.
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19A and B. PLATE VI C u t tin g w it h S t r a ig h t -E d g e R u b b in g -D o w n t h r o u g h A t t a c h in g the and K n if e (v. P a p e r (v. Page B o a r d by L a y in g the B o ok D G l u e d B o a r d (v. Page 38 ) Page 21) 29 ) ow n on to the 38 B IN D IN G A SINGLE-SECTIONED BOOK 18. Using waste cards, as when cutting the fore-edge, place the book in the press with the back fold nearest the worker and plough off the waste. Repeat the process for the tail of the book. 19. Cut two 1 lb.
Rubbing-down to make a sheet of cloth or paper adhere firmly should always be done through a sheet of clean waste paper. See plate VI. Rubbing directly on to the damp material may cause damage by rubbing away the surface or make it shiny by squashing the damp surface smooth with a folder or hard substance. Small creases can often be worked out by careful rubbing-down through paper with a folder. Note that clean waste paper is emphasised, newspaper should never be used as the ink may strike off on to the surface of the material and so spoil it.
The next signature, C, indicating the first page of the third section appears on page 21, and so on every 16 pages throughout the book. 10. Close the first section, grip it firmly with the left hand and pull it gently away from the book, taking great care to avoid tearing the paper at the back of the section. Pull in the direction shown by the arrow in fig. 33, and press down firmly with the right hand on the body of the book. 11. With the thumb and forefinger remove all the glue and thread from the back of the section, turn out all “dog-ears” and place the sections face downwards on the bench.
Basic Bookbinding by A. W. Lewis