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Endband,-Endbands

 
  1. Endband, sewn on a tawed core wrapped with linen thread then the leather turn-in was stitched with a saddle-stitch. (11)
  2. Endband, sewn with a primary sewing with braided green and white secondary embroidery. (11)
  3. Endband, sewn with blue and natural linen thread with front bead. (7)
  4. Endband, sewn with brown and white linen thread with a front bead over a hemp cord adhered onto the wooden boards. (1)
  5. Endband, sewn with linen thread with a front bead through a vellum spine liner and laced onto the wooden boards (2)
  6. Endband, sewn with linen thread with a front bead through a vellum spine liner and laced onto the wooden boards. (4)
  7. Endband, sewn with pink and light green silk with a front bead. The hemp cord core is laced onto the boards. The threads are sewn through a recycled vellum manuscript spine liner. (3)
  8. Endband, wrapped linen over a tawed leather core channeled and pegged onto the board. (6)
  9. Endband, wrapped linen with a back bead sewn over an alum tawed core that is laced though the cardboard (3)
  10. Endband, wrapped primary sewing with a front bead over tanned leather core (fragmentary). (3)
  11. Endband, yellow and pink linen thread with a front bead over alum tawed core laced into the pulp boards. (4)
  12. Endbands are brown and natural linen with a front bead over alum tawed thongs. The tie-downs are sewn over a tanned leather spine support. (4)
  13. Endbands laced into the boards, sewn with a primary sewing over a cord core and a red, beige and blue herringbone secondary embroidery. (10)
  14. Endbands laced through the wooden boards and positioned as top and bottom bands on the spine 5 mm below the edge of the book-block. (2)
  15. Endbands made of braided red leather over rolled vellum core. (9)
  16. Endbands missing, but evidence of tanned leather cores laced into the boards. (3)
  17. Endbands of beige and white linen with a front bead sewn over alum tawed support laced through the boards. (3)
  18. Endbands of pink and white linen thread with a front bead over a tanned leather core laced through the paste-board wrapper. (4)
  19. Endbands of wrapped linen over cord laced through the boards, with head/end caps not turned in but left as loose tabs. (7)
  20. Endbands sewn at the same time as the raised bands. A secondary chevron sewing was done in alternating blue and white except in the center, which is one color (blue at the head and white at the tail). (12)