N.P. S.D. Warren, n.d. small 4to. stiff paper wrappers with plastic spiral binding. unpaginated. The purpose of this booklet is to explain to advertisers, publishers and printers the many sciences and skills use in papermaking. Color and black-and-white illustrations. Soiled. READ MORE about GUIDE FOR SELECTING PRINTING PAPERS
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New York, NY: The Newcomen Society of the United States, 1990. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 18 pages. Newcomen Publication No. 1347. Black and white illustrations. An address to the Newcomen Society by the then-Chair and CEO of Georgia-Pacific. READ MORE about GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORPORATION "THE GROWTH COMPANY"
(Washington D.C.): Hand Papermaking, 1998. 4to. booklet handsewn in stiff paper wrapper, loose sheets each in a protective folder, all housed in a custom-made clamshell box which is in the original cardboard box. (iv), 42+(2) pages. Limited to an edition of 150 copies. This is the third portfolio in the ongoing series of handmade papers. This portfolio presents documentation of an ancient papermaking tradition in transition. There are eighteen specimens of papers collected by Dorothy... READ MORE about HANDMADE PAPER IN NEPAL TRADITION AND CHANGE
København: Jul. Gjellerups Forlag, 1934. small 8vo. later cloth, gold lettering on spine. (3), ii-iv, (3), viii-xi, 307+ (1), 31 paper specimen leaves tipped in (originally 33, two torn out), paper-making diagram pasted onto back of last paper specimen. First edition. Copiously illustrated with photographs and diagrams of papermaking processes. Index. Includes 31 of 33 paper specimens (#1 and #11 torn out). Pasted-in diagram slightly tattered. READ MORE about PAPIRFABRIKATION
Housatonic, MA: Rising Paper Co., (1980). small 8vo. self paper wrappers. 16 pages. Hauser was Director of Busyhaus Workshop. READ MORE about PAPER: ITS HISTORY AND CONSERVATION
Freiberg: Ernst Mauckisch, 1929. small 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 55 pages followed by the plates. A technical study of the fluid rates at the stuff box and its effect on paper. Includes numerous plates showing microscopic views of paper fiber. READ MORE about STOFFAUSFLUSS AM HOCHDRUCKSTOFFAUFLAUF DER PAPIERMASCHINE
N.P. North Western Museum of Science & Industry, n.d. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 16 pages. List of illustrations, bibliography. Black and white illustrations. An overview of the history of papermaking from its origins in China to the 19th century. READ MORE about PAPERMAKING
N.P. Eastwood Wire Corp. 1930. 12mo. self paper wrappers. (iv), 20 pages. Made up to look like an early U.S. imprint with crude decorations and woodcuts and foxing and stains. Printed "on American made paper Reminiscent of that made at the Rittenhouse Mill." READ MORE about AN HISTORIE FOR YOUNG & OLDE, ABOUT THE BEGINNINGS OF PAPER-MAKING INCLUDING THE FOUNDERS, IN...
(Chillicothe: Mountain House Press), 1936. (36) pages + 25 ff with plates and specimens. One of 115 copies, of which only 99 were for sale, printed on Hunter's handmade paper and signed by the author. Hunter was the first Occidental traveler to visit the Niltongkum family, who had been "making paper by hand along the small canals of Southern Siam for more than 200 years [in] ... the most interesting primitive paper manufactory in Asia... READ MORE about PAPERMAKING IN SOUTHERN SIAM
Hilversum, Holland: The Paper Publications Society, 1952. 8vo. stiff hand-made paper wrappers, marbled paper-covered cardboard slipcase with paper cover and spine labels. (ii), 68, (2) pages. First edition in English, limited to 200 numbered copies. With a three page foreword by E.J. Labarre. This is the first translation of this 17th century poem on hand-papermaking into English and one of the best guides that we have to the technical aspects of papermaking during the early... READ MORE about PAPYRUS, OR THE CRAFT OF PAPER. Translated by Eric Laughton
Washington: GPO, 1962. 4to. paper wrappers. vi, 63, (3) pages. Tables of statistics. READ MORE about INDUSTRY WAGE SURVEY, PULP, PAPER, AND PAPERBOARD MILLS. JANUARY 1962
Modern Kagit Imalinin 30 ncu Yildönümünde.
Istanbul: HALK Basimevi, 1966. 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 48 pages. Modern Kagit Imalinin 30 ncu Yildönümünde. Text in Turkish. Memories and Thoughts of a Turkish paper manufacturer on the 30th anniversary of the Kagit Imalinin firm of Istanbul. Black and white illustrations. Wrappers lightly soiled. READ MORE about HATIRLADIKLARIM VE DÜSÜNDÜKLERIM
Im Auftrage der Historischen Kommission des Börsenvereins der Deutschen Buchhändler zu Leipzig. Band II.
Leipzig: VEB Bibliographisches Institut, 1966. 8vo. cloth. 276, (4) pages. Im Auftrage der Historischen Kommission des Börsenvereins der Deutschen Buchhändler zu Leipzig. Band II. Written in German. With four historical works by various authors, and an index. Soiling on covers, boards curling. Stamped by a library on the bottom margin of the title page. READ MORE about BETRÄGE ZUR GESCHICHTE DES BUCHWESENS
(Verona: La Maison Bortolazzi, 2012). square 8vo. decorated paper-covered boards. 434, (12) pages. Text in French. Limited to 999 copies. The art of paper making for books and brochures in Germany between 1680 and 1830. Table of contents. Introduction by the author. Acknowledgments. Sections on gilt paper (including varnished, embossed and plates), and papers colored by the patron. Full color illustrations. Bibliography and photographic credits. A major new book on this subject. Prospectus laid in. READ MORE about PAPIERS DORÉS D'ALLEMAGNE AU SIÈCLE DES LUMIÈRES SUIVIS DE QUELQUES AUTRES PAPIERS DÉCORÉS...
Ann Arbor, Michigan: Legacy Press, 2009. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 217 pages. The invention of paper in China more than 2,000 years ago was a wondrous discovery. Worn out fishnets, hemp rags, and rope were soaked, beaten to a pulp, and then the watery mass was poured onto a cloth stretched over a wooden frame. On its surface, a web of fibers coalesced. After drying in the sun, the sheet of paper was gently pulled... READ MORE about KILLING GREEN: AN ACCOUNT OF HAND PAPERMAKING IN CHINA
Paris: a L'Enseigne du Pegase, 1926. folio. quarter vellum, blue cloth boards, top edges gilt. xiv, 268; (iv), 269-530+(1) pages. 2 volumes. First edition, limited to 711 numbered copies. With 75 (of 78) fold-out plates reproducing watermarks and over 300 figures in the text. Some of the plates are in color. Bidwell, in his article entitled, "Paper and Papermaking: 100 Sources," says that this book, "with its de luxe format and abundant facsimile documentation, ..... READ MORE about PAPIER, RECHERCHES ET NOTES POUR SERVIR A L'HISTOIRE DU PAPIER, PRINCIPALEMENT A TROYES ET AUX...
Paris: L'Enseigne du Pegase, 1926. folio. paper-covered stiff paper wrappers. xiv, 268; (iv), 269-530+(1) pages. 2 volumes. First edition, limited to 711 numbered copies. With seventy-eight fold-out plates reproducing watermarks and over 300 figures in the text. Some of the plates are in color. Bidwell, in his article entitled "Paper and Papermaking: 100 Sources," says that this book "with its de luxe format and abundant facsimile documentation, ... rivals the Dard Hunter productions." Paper covering... READ MORE about PAPIER, RECHERCHES ET NOTES POUR SERVIR A L'HISTOIRE DU PAPIER, PRINCIPALEMENT A TROYES ET AUX...
Ann Arbor, MI: Legacy Press, 2012. large 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. 208 pages. With a history of well over 1,500 years, Korean handmade paper, known as hanji, is familiar to Koreans but a mystery outside its home country. This lustrous paper that comes in a wide array of thickness, color, dimension, and translucency was once a coveted item inside and beyond Korean borders. Made by farmers and artisans during bitter cold winters,hanji was a noble... READ MORE about HANJI UNFURLED: ONE JOURNEY INTO KOREAN PAPERMAKING
N.P. Schweizerischer Papier-und Papierstoff-Fabrikanten, 1949. 4to. cloth. 139, (7) pages. A history of papermaking in Switzerland over the period 1899 to 1949. Well-illustrated with a number of prints in color. READ MORE about SCHWEIZERISCHE PAPIERINDUSTRIE IN VERGANGENHEIT UND GEGENWART FESTSCHRIFT ZUM 50 JÄHRIGEN JUBILÄUM
Cambridge: Harvard College Library, 1973. 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xxv, 171 pages followed by plates showing examples of marbled and paste decorated book papers. Third edition, edited by Philip Hofer. Ownership inscription in pencil. READ MORE about DECORATED BOOK PAPERS, BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THE DESIGNS AND FASHIONS
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, (1987). 8vo. cloth, dust jacket. xv, 439 pages. First edition. Examines the social and technological history of the industrial revolution in the papermaking industry of Berkshire County, Massachusetts. A fascinating account of American papermaking, well-illustrated throughout. READ MORE about MOST WONDERFUL MACHINE, MECHANIZATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN BERKSHIRE PAPER MAKING, 1801-1885
Hamburg: E. Michaelis & Co., 1954. large 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 49+(1) pages. First edition. A condensed history of papermaking, tthrough the early history of paper, begining in China, and continue into more modern developments. The author is edpecially interested in the development of paper money. Printed on Bugra-Bütten paper. In German. READ MORE about DER MENSCH UND DAS PAPIER