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INDEX.

Acids, effect of, on leather, 133.

Advantage, comparative, of paste and glue, 93.
—— of flexible binding, 28.
—— of giaining calf, 144.
—— of vinegar over paste water when finishing, 127.

Albumen, 171.

Antique finishing, 122.
—— tools, method of working, 122.

Arming press, 117.

Artificial heat, 46.

Artists' vellum, 147.

Athenæum letter on trimming, 43.

Azuré tools, 113.


Back, calf, polishing a, 140.
—— finishing a (cut), 130.
—— full gilt, 129.
—— mitred, 129-139.
—— run up, 129-140.

Backs, flat, 48.
—— suitable for calf work (cut), 138.

Backing, 48.
—— (cut), 49.
—— boards (cut), 48, 50.
—— flexible work, 50.
—— hammer (cut), 49.
—— machines, 50.

Band nippers (cut), 93.

Bands, putting on, 88.

Bar roll, 133.

Bath, effect upon stains of wrong, 158.

Beating, 9.
—— hammer (cut), 9.
—— gold books, 10.

Beating stone, 9.

Bibles, etc, edges of, 122.
—— end papers for, 33.
—— finishing of, 122.

Bindings, monastic, 111.

Blind finishing, 122.
—— beauty of, 125.
—— colour of, 122.

Blocking, 149.
—— calf, 153.
—— cloth, 153.
—— in gold, 153.
—— morocco, 153.
—— old method of, 116.
—— press, 150.
—— sides, 151.
—— silk, 146.
—— velvet, 146.

Blocks, 151.

Blood stains, removing, 163.

Board, backing, 48.
—— cutting, 54.
—— trimming, 41.

Boards, cutting in, 64.
—— cutting out of, 64.
—— made, 55.
—— for photographs, 170.

Bolt knife (cut), 61.

Books, enemies of, 166.

Book-worms, 167.
—— to keep away, 168.

Brass type, 129.

Bread, cleaning with, 161.

Bronze end paper, 34.

Brush, finder, 68.
—— sprinkling, 68.

Burnishers, 79.
—— edge (cuts), 81.

Burnishing edges, 81.
—— marbled paper, 73.