Secret poison case disguised as a book, century (This website has TONS of storage ideas, DIY projects and simply amazing things!) That’s where I put my deadly poisons! I totally forgot. Isn’t this the most amazing thing ever?
Little Library, Todd Pattison. Found and altered early leather binding with fore-edge clasps. The bookshelves of the altered binding hold seventy-two blank leather- and paper-covered books which open and range in height from to Source
This trade card for the Boston binder Andrew Barclay was engraved around 1766 and includes an image of a binder at work. Barclay was trained in Scotland and was one of the first binders in America to mark his bindings. AAS founder Isaiah Thomas knew Barclay and described him as "bred to binding." During the American Revolu