[ModLib] Wuthering Heights Odd Binding
eric at allforma.com
Sat Jan 11 14:27:42 EST 2014
Your picture looks like what I saw.
On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 1:18 PM, Roger Lathbury <lathbury at gmu.edu> wrote:
> I have a copy of three plays by Bernard Shaw with this same cloth—tan,
> though. The blind stamping is the same and the endpapers are continuous.
> R. L.
> *From:* modlib-bounces at thuban.owu.edu <modlib-bounces at thuban.owu.edu> on
> behalf of Bill Hornick <willthemad at aol.com>
> *Sent:* Saturday, January 11, 2014 11:54 AM
> *To:* modlib at thuban.owu.edu
> *Subject:* Re: [ModLib] Wuthering Heights Odd Binding
> I believe that I was the one who reported (with a photocopy to Scot) the
> discovery of *Wuthering Heights* in spine #14. When Scot saw the
> photocopy, he termed it "buckram-like" and noted it in the Confirmed
> Bindings. There is no reinforcing tape but the cover is somewhat rough in
> dark blue with light grey dots, looking very much like worn denim. Scot
> may have kept the photocopies I sent. If not, I can send another photocopy
> via regular mail since I have neither a scanner nor a camera phone.
> The date on Scot's email is 3-23-11. The book has a $3.95 price, an n dj
> back style and an ISBN on the lower right of the dj back.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ron Holl <ron at scribblemonger.com>
> To: For collectors of Modern Library books <modlib at thuban.owu.edu>
> Sent: Sat, Jan 11, 2014 9:33 am
> Subject: [ModLib] Wuthering Heights Odd Binding
> There was a report in the last couple years of Wuthering Heights in a #14
> style, but the binding was buckram like. We don't recall who made the
> report, and need more information on it, such as in what ways was it
> buckram like (and an image would be nice also).
> If this was your finding, or know who did observe it, please let us know!
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