Issue for spring 1966 includes insert: An exhibition of hand bookbind, case-making, restoration, calligraphy a illumination, and hand-decorated papers, 1966.Embossed work is raised above the surface by the use of an upper and a lower plate before the covering material is applied to the boards. ... Stamping on grained cloth, particularly designs in which the background, rather than the figure itself, is pressed down, does resemble embossing. Examination of a number of covers described by publishers as embossed showed them to be uniformly blind stamped.
|Title||:||Guild of Book Workers Journal|
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