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    [Bookbinding]. Catalogue de reliures du XVe au XIXe siècle, en vente a la librairie Gumachian & Cie. Paris: [n.d., ca. 1910]. Limited to 1,000 copies. Quarto. Vi, [182] pages. A catalog of 398 bindings and books on binding. 135 full-page plates, some in color. Three-quarter crushed green morocco over marbled boards, with original printed wrappers bound in. Some discoloration to leaves at center margin, but the plates themselves are in very good condition. Bookplate of The Rasmussens, California bookbinders. This is catalogue XII of the firm of Gumuchian & Cie.

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