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BOOKBINDING.

Type holder (cut), 118.
—— lead, 129.


Uncut edges, 41.

Unsized paper, to tell, 80.


Varnish, 120.

Varnishing, 143.
—— object of, 120.

Vegetable parchment, 147.

Vellum artists, 147.
—— binding, lettering pieces, 149.
—— binding, old, 94.
—— covering with, 94.
—— finishing, 147.
—— Oxford, 147.
—— Roman, 147.

Velvet, blocking, 146.
—— covering with, 95.
—— finishing, 146.

Venetian tools (cuts), 113.

Viennese method of inlaying, 135.

Vinegar, advantage of, 127.


Washing, 158.
—— dishes for, 159.
—— requisites for, 159.

Water, glaire, 79.
—— stains, how to tell, 161.
—— stains, removing, 161.

Waterproof, rendering paper, 165.

White morocco, paste for, 92.

Whole binding, lining boards for, 55.

Wire sewing, 30.
—— sewing, disadvantage of, 30.
—— sewing, machine, 32.

Writing effaced by chlorine, restoring, 165.
—— effaced by oxymuriatic acid, restoring, 165.
—— faded by sea water, reviving, 165.
—— faded by time, reviving, 165.
—— removing, 164.
—— reviving old, 164.

Wrong bath, effect upon stains of, 158.


CHISWICK PRESS:—C. WHITTINGHAM AND CO., TOOKS COURT,
CHANCERY LANE.