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  1. Oval miniature of Mr. Folger (1)
  2. Oval miniature of Mrs. Folger (1)
  3. Over sewn with multiple linen threads through five holes and with three alum tawed thongs pierced separately through the text block and used to lace the covers to the volume. (3)
  4. Over the green tree calf pattern is a compound gilt frame made of five different decorative rolls, cats tooth on a line, dotted roll, a berry and cone flower roll, a double line fillet and an anthemion and tulip roll. The spine is divided into six panels the second panel has a red leather label gilt with the author and title. All the other panels are filled with small gilt tools around a large circle with a rosette in the center. The board edges are gilt with a berry and cone flower roll, the turn-ins are tooled with a wide tulip over a compound curve scroll roll. (4)
  5. Over-sewn through four holes, with five alum tawed thongs pierced through the text-block and laced through the vellum covers just beyond the joints connecting the text-block to the limp vellum covers. (1)
  6. Overbury, Thomas, Sir, 1581-1613. (1)
  7. Overdiep, G. S. (Gerrit Siebe), 1885-1944, former owner. (1)
  8. Overlay drawing for "Playhouse Tales" book jacket (3)
  9. Oversewing and vellum lacing (detail), STC 1023. (1)
  10. Oversewn onto three recessed cords. Five plain endpapers: four machine-made laid papers; one wove, as are pastedowns. Slightly rounded spine. Head-edge gilt. Orange and yellow stuck-on headand tailbands. Boards back cornered. Lap corners. Head- and tailcaps tied round. (2)
  11. Oversewn through 10 holes the three alum tawed lacings were pierced behind the over sewing and used to attach the text-block to the limp vellum covers (now broken) (3)
  12. Oversewn through 5 holes with five separate alum tawed straps laced through five holes (the three middle holes are used for both thread and straps; the top and bottom straps use individual holes). The straps are laced thought the covers 5 mm from the joints. (2)
  13. Oversewn through five holes with four separate holes laced with vellum strips used to lace the text block to the cover. (2)
  14. Oversewn through five holes. (3)
  15. Oversewn through four holes. (14)
  16. Oversewn through six holes with vellum slips pierced through the text-block at the head and tail and laced through the cover at the joints. (3)
  17. Oversewn through six holes. (4)
  18. Oversewn through three holes. (4)
  19. Oversewn with blue thread, then pierced five times and threaded with vellum slips, which were laced through the covers. (3)
  20. Oversewn with five recessed cords. Two plain endpapers with a pasted-in leather joint covered by a drummed-on yellow watered silk made endleaf and yellow goatskin doublure. Rounded and backed spine. Head-edge of text block gilt. Head- and tailbands worked over a leather core in green silk. Spine has five false bands. Boards back cornered. Mitered corners. Head- and tailcaps tied round. (3)