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Bf 109G-6 Eino Ilmari Juutilainen, Top Finnish Air Force Ace (Hasegawa box art)

Bf 109G-6 Eino Ilmari Juutilainen, Top Finnish Air Force Ace (Hasegawa box art)

Upgrade your shop vac with a 20 gallon garbage can so you can make your project and suck up debris with ease.

Upgrade your shop vac with a 20 gallon garbage can so you can make your project and suck up debris with ease.

#2824 DIY Cyclone Dust Collector - Dust Collection

#2824 DIY Cyclone Dust Collector - Dust Collection

Figure 208 - Piercing Holes for Headbandings Close to Book Signatures

Figure 208 - Piercing Holes for Headbandings Close to Book Signatures

German bindings have always held a unique place in the world of bookbinding, especially during the time of Gutenberg. When trying to capture the important features and style of the period, one must include the braided headband. The Lost Gutenbergs Copyright ©2010-2013 by Legacy Bookbinding and Restoration, LLC Photography by Elliott Yancey, Lime Productions

German bindings have always held a unique place in the world of bookbinding, especially during the time of Gutenberg. When trying to capture the important features and style of the period, one must include the braided headband. The Lost Gutenbergs Copyright ©2010-2013 by Legacy Bookbinding and Restoration, LLC Photography by Elliott Yancey, Lime Productions

Another signature punch.  (Timothy Moore - SIGNATURE PUNCH)

Another signature punch. (Timothy Moore - SIGNATURE PUNCH)

This shows how a book is fanned out using a vise to view the fore-edge painting.  The same devise is used to anchor the book to create the painting.

This shows how a book is fanned out using a vise to view the fore-edge painting. The same devise is used to anchor the book to create the painting.

British book artist Martin Frost began his lecture here in Washington by describing what ‘secret’ fore-edge paintings are and, trust me, they are absolutely amazing.

British book artist Martin Frost began his lecture here in Washington by describing what ‘secret’ fore-edge paintings are and, trust me, they are absolutely amazing.