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Category: All Categories: Books on Books: Papermaking
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1.
Abrmovitz and Mattoon  
Paper Cuts: recovering the paper landscape
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Paper Cuts: recovering the paper landscape by Janet N. Abrmovitz and Ashley T. Mattoon, Worldwatch Paper, Dec 1999, 71 pages

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Champion International, Illustrated by: B&W Illlustrations  
How We Make Paper. Champion Papers.
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Publisher: Champion International No Place [Ohio].
Heavy glazed white wraps with diecuts to reveal title on heavy glazed orange endsheets, yellow secondary endpapers. 9.75 x 4.75 inches. Not dated, mid-1970s. Started in the late-19th Century and originally named Champion Coated Paper, the Champion Internatonal Paper Company was acquired by International Paper Company in 2000. This brochure illustrates steps in making paper with full-page B&W photos and facing text. CONDITION: some scuffing to surface glaze, one die-cut has short tears, very clean internally. Some of the paper used is identified. EPHEMERA 5116 Edition and Date Not Stated Paperbound Very Good Condition Ephemera

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Churchill, W. A. (William Algernon), 1865-1947  
Watermarks in Paper in Holland, England, France, etc., in the XVII and XVIII Centuries and their Interconnection

Publisher: Mansfield Centre, CT: Martino, 2007.
94 p., cdxxxii p. incl. front., illus. [96 pp. text + 432 pp. illus.]; 32 cm. A standard work. The extensive introduction contains an alphabetical list of Dutch papermakers, a list of French papermakers who worked for the Dutch market, and a list of British papermakers and mills. At the end a survey of particulars concerning the watermarks in question. The corpus of the work is systematically arranged according to motif and contains 578 full-size reproductions of watermarks. Originally published: Amsterdam: M. Hertzberger & Co., 1935. Fine, new from publisher in shrinkwrap / no dj as issued. Stock#42600x.

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Heawood, Edward, 1863-1949  
Watermarks, Mainly of the 17th & 18th Centuries.

Publisher: Paper Publications Society, Hilversum, 1969; reprint Martino / Krown & Spellman 2003.
Quarto, 3 p. l., 11-154 p., 533 plates; 32 cm. Originally issued 1950 as the first of the Paper Publications Society's 'Monumenta Chartae Papyraceae', this was the largest published collection of post-Briquet watermarks. A completely revised edition not being possible, this new reprint contains the corrected text and plates of the 1957 reprint together with a fairly substantial list of corrigenda and addenda. Arntzen & Rainwater N77. Fine, binder's cloth; new from publishers/ no dj. 37008x.

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5.
Kaempffert, Waldemar, Illustrated by: Bailey, Vernon Howe  
Discovering New Facts About Paper: The Story of the Greatest Paper Research Laboratory
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Publisher: American Writing Paper Company, 1920 Holyoke, MA.
Book. Book condition: Very Good. Hardcover Folio - over 12 - 15" tall Published by the American Writing Paper Company, this book describes the process of manufacturing paper and determining its quality. The process is further shown in the very detailed sketches of Vernon Howe Bailey, the illustrator. Included is a two-page sketch of the city of Holyoke. 29 pages. Oversized hardcover.

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6.
Portal, Francis, Sir  
Portals: The Church, the State, and the People Leading To 250 Years of Papermaking

Publisher: Printed at the University Press Oxford, 1962..
xii, 98 p. [29] page of plates illus. (some color) 28 cm. A sumptuously produced business history with ample documenatation on the paper mill in the 18th and 19th centuries, Stock #28,152. Vg in clear plastic dj.

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7.
Sutermeister, Edwin, 1876-.  
The Story of Papermaking. Anniversary Edition.

Publisher: Boston, S. D. Warren, 1954.
xi, 209 p., photos; 25 cm. This is primarily about modern machine made papers. Published by a paper manufacturer. Stock# 33,168. Vg/ no dj.

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8.
The Dictionary of Paper, Including Pulps, Boards, Paper Properties and Related Papermaking Terms.  
American Paper and Pulp Association
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Publisher: American Paper and Pulp Association New York 1940.
Preface by Charles W. Boyce, Executive Secretary of the American Paper and Pulp Association. pp ix + 365 Hardcover. 8vo. Blue cloth. Gilt titles on spine and front cover. Minor edgewear, ink ownership inscription (Penick & Ford Ltd. NY) on front pastedown. NOTE: I was curious about what connection this business (Penrick and Ford) had to do with paper, and checked around until I found a substantial company history. It started out in the syrup business, was bought and divested in the Roosevelt trust-busting era, continued with syrups but added feed and starch to use the corn syrup byproducts. The starch was used in some paper manufacture, but the company went on to further research: "In the mid-'40s, P&F was already supplying oxidized starches for paper applications when Kesler and another P&F creative chemist, Erling Hjermstad, experimented to produce a dry starch from normal dent corn that would behave and perform as well as potato or tapioca starches. Using ethylene oxide in the process, they patented the Penford® Gums, which became the industry standard and today still command the lion's share of the dry starch specialty market in the paper industry. The name "Penford Gum" means hydroxyethylated starch to papermakers much as the brand name "Kleenex" means facial tissue to consumers." BOB 5580 First Edition No Dust Jacket Hard Cover Very Good Condition 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Books on Books

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9.
Valls i Subira, Oriol, Illustrated by: Reproductions of Prints  
A Lively Look at Papermaking
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Publisher: Bird & Bull Press North Hills, Pa. 1980.
[46] unnumbered pages. Originally appeared in The Paper Maker, vol. 35, no. 1 (1966). 24 reproductions of prints issued with packets of cigarette paper in the late 18th century, text in Spanish. Discovered by the author in the print collection of the Historical Archives of Barcelona. The introduction explains each print. "300 copies of this essay have been printed at the Bird & Bull Press on Ingres-Buttenpapier. The text was composed in Times Roman types by Suburban Graphics, and the binding done by Edward G. Parrot II. The cover paper is reproduced from an eighteenth century French woodblock paper"--Colophon. Printed with some decorative elements in brown and green. Small nick at top front edge of spine. First Edition. No DJ. Original Cloth Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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Purchase direct from: Printed on Paper. Item number: AC0120.
    
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