Detail View: LUNA: Folger Bindings Image Collection: Spine, STC 13210.

Image Caption: 
Spine, STC 13210.
General Description: 
Mid 19th century English binding by James Hayday.
Hayday, James, 1796-1872.
Call Number: 
STC 13210
Inscriptions: on verso of t.p.: 'Cornwaill' (?); and on back paste-down: '50 Hodgsons 21 Apl 1921' and pencilled Quaritch note dated 26.4.21; Harmsworth copy.
Wied, Hermann von, 1477-1552.
The right institutio[n] of baptisme, set forth by the reuere[n]d father in Christ, Herman Archebysshop of Coleyne, wherunto is also annexed a godlye treatyse of matrimonye, compyled by the famous clerke and faythfull euangelyst Wolfgangus Musculus, no lesse fruteful the[n] necessary for all godly mynisters of Christs church, translated by the vnproffitable seruaunt of Chryst Richard Ryce.
Created / Published: 
Imprinted at Ippeswich : by Anthony scoloker. Dwellyng in. S. Nycholas Parryshe, anno. 1548.
Hamnet URL:
142 x 92 x 12 mm
Covering Material: 
Brown calfskin.
Sewn on three recessed hemp cord supports that do not correspond to the four false bands on the spine. Built on a hollow back.
Green, white and beige silk with a front bead.
Edge Treatment: 
Gilt on all three edges.
End Papers: 
Nonpareil marble paper in red, blue, and yellow colors.
Decorative Description: 
The covers are blind tooled to a two panel design. The frames are tooled with a double line fillet. At angles in the outer panel are small hatched ground cross with a tear drop center. In the inner panel are three Tudor rose in a circle stamps with hatched background tooled vertically. At the corners are blind tooled ivy leaf stamps and in the center are fleur-de-lis stamps. The spine is divided into six panels with the title gilt on a burgundy calfskin label in the second panel. The other panels are blind tooled with a double line frame with small ivy leaf corner stamps and a larger ivy leaf stamp in the center. The date is gilt at the bottom panel. The board edges and turn-ins are gilt with an acanthus leaf vine with rosettes and pomegranate decorative roll. The binder's signature stamp is tooled at the bottom of the verso of the marble paper flyleaf: BOUND BY HAYDAY.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Blind tooled bindings -- England -- 19th century.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Calf bindings -- England -- 19th century.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Gold tooled bindings -- England -- 19th century.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Leather bindings -- England -- 19th century.