[ModLib] NEW OR VARIENT COVER?

Scot Kamins kamins at modernlib.com
Sun Dec 26 11:50:17 EST 2010


Thanks for the reminder, Ron -- I'll be getting to this later today  
(Post-Christmas Day).


On Dec 19, 2010, at 6:33 PM, Ron Holl wrote:

> These variant covers have been known for awhile.  When finding what  
> looks like a new binding, a good resource to check first is the ML  
> Bindings page located here:
>
> http://modernlib.com/Identifiers/bindingsProjectTable.html
>
> The footnotes at the bottom identify the known oddities.  There are  
> currently three:
>
> 1 - Also seen in a binding #13 with a #9 spine
> 2 - Also seen in a binding #14 with a #9 spine
> 3 - Also seen in a binding #14 with a #12 spine
>
> The World's Great Operas has not been seen in that binding, and  
> appears to need a footnote added.  The only problem is it a new  
> footnote, or a footnote 3.  I'm guessing it is a 3.  Scot, please  
> add this.  I'll update the MS Word document.
>
> The Anthology of Irish Literature is probably the most commonly  
> found title with one of these oddities, as it has been seen on  
> multiple occasions.
>
>
> ron
>
>
> ---- Scot Kamins <kamins at modernlib.com> wrote:
>> The height of a 14??? Yikes -- stranger and stranger!
>>
>> On Dec 15, 2010, at 5:18 PM, willthemad at aol.com wrote:
>>
>>> My "Anthology of Irish Literature" 288.1 with Fujita endpapers and
>>> cover with ml blindstamped in center has the same odd combination of
>>> spine 13 or 14 logo and 9 and 10 title box.  The dj is priced at
>>> $2.95 and the book is the height of a spine 14.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Scot Kamins
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