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Binding by Sangorski & Sutcliffe of London, ca. 1907. Wine, women, and song; mediaeval Latin students’ songs now first translated into English verse, by John Addington Symonds. Chatto & Windus, 1884.

"Wine, Women, and Song", medieval Latin students’ songs first translated into English verse by John Addington Symonds (published by Chatto Windus; binding by Sangorski Sutcliffe of London)

“Archangel Grimoire is 14.5 inches tall by 10 inches wide, it consists of 320 pages with hand marbled endpapers, it is full bound in veg-tanned virgin calf and coloured with 2 vegetable dyes. The Grimoire it’self represents the Enochian End of Days or the Seven Angels of the Apocalypse who stand in the presence of the Lord. The first four Archangels are represented by their Seals on the front cover and are empowered by the Latin verse that accompanies them, they are: Michael, t...

“Archangel Grimoire is inches tall by 10 inches wide, it consists of 320 pages with hand marbled endpapers, it is full bound in veg-tanned virgin calf and coloured with 2 vegetable dyes. The Grimoire it'self represents the Enochian End of Days.

The @Paperblanks Nocturnelle collection: Metal clasps, edge printing, and a reproduction of an 1829 French binding. #InspiredByAntiquity

The Nocturnelle collection: Metal clasps, edge printing, and a reproduction of an 1829 French binding.