Detail View: LUNA: Folger Bindings Image Collection: inside front cover

Image Caption: 
inside front cover
General Description: 
Mid 17th century English armorial binding with the coat of arms of Sir Thomas Coghill
Country / Style: 
England
Period: 
17th century (late)
Call Number: 
245-305f v. 2
Provenance: 
gilt arms of Sir Thomas Coghill (Co. York) on both covers; Armorial bookplate: Robt. More Esq. Linley. Bookplate: Mary P. Massey. Inscription: Leonard; Plue'net hujus possessor. Ms. notes.
Author: 
Dalechamps, Jacques, 1513-1588.
Title: 
Historia generalis plantarum : in libros XVIII per certas classes artificiose digesta : haec, plusquam mille imaginibus plantarum locupletior superioribus, omnes propemodum quae ab antiquis scriptoribus, Graecis, Latinis, Arabibus, nominantur, necnon eas quae in orientis atque occidentis partibus, ante seculum nostrum incognitis, repertae fuerunt, tibi exhibit : habes etiam earundem plantarum peculiaria diuersis nationibus nomina : habes amplas descriptiones, è quibus singularum genus, formam, vbi crescant & quo tempore vigeant, natiuum temperamentum, vires denique in medicina proprias cognosces : adiecti sunt indices, non solùm Graeci & Latini, sed aliarum quoque linguarum, locupletissimi.
Created / Published: 
Lugduni : Apud Gulielmum Rouillium, 1586-87.
Hamnet URL: 
http://shakespeare.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=123386
Dimensions: 
371 x 239 x 73 mm
Covering Material: 
brown calfskin
Sewing: 
sewn on five single raised alum tawed supports laced through the boards from right to left
Headbands: 
light green and white line thread with a front bead sewn over a rolled alum tawed core
Edge Treatment: 
colored red
End Papers: 
double folio with folded inner guard, no paste-down
Decorative Description: 
the covers are gilt with a single line fillet border and with the large blocked coat of arms of Sir Thomas Coghill stamped in the center of the covers. The spine is divided into six panel with single gilt lines tooled above and below the raised bands. In the center of the panels is a gilt cone with crowning florets stamp. The coat of arms is described as Helmet Esquire with a Crest: A cock ermine, Arms: On a chevron three roundels a chief.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Alum tawed thongs -- England -- 17th century.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Calf bindings -- England -- 17th century.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Leather bindings -- England -- 17th century.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Thongs -- England -- 17th century.
Binding Terms (RBMS): 
Turn-ins -- England -- 17th century.