First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, the Greatest Illustrated Book of the Fifteenth Century (1493)

First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, the Greatest Illustrated Book of the Fifteenth Century [Hartmann - Available at 2012 October Rare Books.

Leather Books With Golden Gilding

Beautiful antique books, book clasps--I want some of these for my journals!

Vintage Books with Metal Latches

Beautiful antique books, book clasps--I want some of these for my journals!

Old 19th century books with gauffered page edges .. Repeated patterns made using…

century books with gauffered page edges, repeated decorative patterns made with a heated tool

magic, witch, and charm image

Arcana Playing Cards (Light & Dark versions), tarot themed standard deck with additional marjor arcana cards (Tower, The Lovers, The Fool, and Death) by Chris Ovdiyenko — Kickstarter

Новости

Новости

Front cover from Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think), by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?), 1771. (Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations: “ Front cover from Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think), by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?

Canciones y sonetos de primavera...

Vintage Book Cover ~ "Songs and Sonnets of Springtime"

shinyslingback:  book-aesthete:  yama-bato:  H Noel (Henry Noel) Humphreys 1810-1879The history of writing or, The origin and progress of the art of writing: a connected narrative of the development of the artLondon: Ingram, Cooke and Co., 1853chromolithography and gilt on paper in papier maché and parchment bindingAustralian Library of Art, State Library of Queensland / RB 411.09 1853

yama-bato: “ H Noel (Henry Noel) Humphreys The history of writing or, The origin and progress of the art of writing: a connected narrative of the development of the art London: Ingram, Cooke.

A Fine Dutch Silver Filigree Book Binding Apparently Unmarked, Probably Amsterdam, circa 1767

A Fine Dutch Silver Filigree Book Binding Apparently Unmarked, Probably Amsterdam, circa 1767 (The Book of the Dead?

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