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Index:The Art of Bookbinding, Zaehnsdorf, 1890.djvu

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The Art of Bookbinding, Zaehnsdorf, 1890.djvu

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CONTENTS.
PART I.—FORWARDING.
PAGE
Chapter I. Folding: Refolding—Machines—Gathering.
3-8
Chapter II. Beating and Rolling: Machines
9-12
Chapter III. Collating: Interleaving
13-19
Chapter IV. Marking up and Sawing in
20-23
Chapter V. Sewing: Flexible—Ordinary
23-32
Chapter VI. Forwarding: End Papers—Cobb Paper—Surface Paper—Marbled Paper—Printed and other Fancy Paper—Coloured Paste Paper
33-36
Chapter VII. Pasting up
36-37
Chapter VIII. Putting on the End Papers
38-41
Chapter IX. Trimming
41-44
Chapter X. Gluing up
45-46
Chapter XI. Rounding
46-48
Chapter XII. Backing
48-51
Chapter XIII. Mill-boards
51-57
Chapter XIV. Drawing-in and Pressing
57-59
Chapter XV. Cutting
59-66
Chapter XVI. Colouring the Edges: Sprinkled Edges—Colours for Sprinkling—Plain Colouring—Marbled Edges—Spot Marble—Comb or Nonpareil Marble—Spanish Marble—Edges—Sizing
67-77
Chapter XVII. Gilt Edges: The Gold Cushion—Gold Knife—Burnishers—Glaire Water or Size—Scrapers—The Gold Leaf—Gilt on Red—Tooled Edges—Painted Edges
78-83
Chapter XVIII. Head-Banding
83-86
Chapter XIX. Preparing for Covering: lining up
87-90
Chapter XX, Covering: Russia—Calf—Vellum or Parchment—Roan—Cloth—Velvet—Silk and Satin—Half-bound Work
90-97
Chapter XXI. Pasting Down: Joints—Calf, Russia, etc.
97-100
Chapter XXII. Calf Colouring: Black—Brown—Yellow—Sprinkles—Marbles—Tree-marbles—Dabs
100-108
PART II.—FINISHING.
Chapter XXIII. Finishing : Tools and Materials required for Finishing—Polishing Irons—Gold-rag—India-rubber—Gold-cushion—Gold Leaf—Sponges—Glaire—Cotton Wool—Varnish—Finishing—Morocco—Gold Work—Inlaid Work—Porous—Full Gilt Back—Run-up—Mitred Back—Pressing—Graining—Finishing with Dry Preparation—Velvet—Silk—Vellum—Blocking
111-153
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Chapter XXIV. Washing and Cleaning : Requisites—Manipulation—Dust—Water Stains—Damp Stains—Mud—Fox-marks—Finger-marks, commonly called "Thumb-marks"—Blood Stains—Ink Stains (writing)—Ink Stains (Marking Ink, Silver)—Fat Stains—Ink—Reviving Old Writings—To Restore Writing effaced by Chlorine—To Restore MSS. faded by time—To Preserve Drawings or Manuscripts—To fix Drawings or Pencil Marks—To render Paper Waterproof—To render Paper Incombustible—Deciphering Burnt Documents—Insects—Glue—Rice Glue or Paste—Paste—Photographs—Albumen—To Prevent Tools, Machines, etc., from Rusting—To Clean Silver Mountings—To Clean Sponges
157-172
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