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  • Initials in blue and red. 55 leaves, complete. 235×165 mm, contemporary vellum, recased, endpapers renewed; some dampstaining and minor marginal worming.

    2010 May 10 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • After all had left but Richina and the lancer guards, Secca recased the lutar.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • Then she quickly recased the lutar and strapped it behind her saddle before remounting the gray.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • She recased the lutar, and picked up the traveling mirror, then walked slowly back toward her tent.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • Methodically, she recased the lutar, then lifted the bottle and poured the contents down the outside of the stone wall below the window, so that the liquid left a thin and almost colorless line on the ancient stone.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • Anna recased the lutar and fastened it behind her, but where she could reach it easily.

    Darksong Rising

  • Anna nodded, and recased the lutar, then looked toward the mirror, but Jecks had already packed it and was strapping it to Farinelli.

    Darksong Rising

  • Anna sang the release couplet, then slowly recased the lutar and the traveling mirror, noting that the finish of the wood framing the glass was beginning to discolor from the heat created by her scrying spells.

    Darksong Rising

  • Conan thought he heard her mutter something about "Brythunian" as she recased her bow.

    Conan The Magnificent

  • Thokey's successor, Wygmore, carried out the works planned previously, and in 1331-1337 the south transept was recased, and vaulted practically as we see it to-day, in the style now known as Perpendicular.

    Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Gloucester [2nd ed.] A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Espicopal See

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  • Used to describe a rare/antique book that has been taken apart and reassembled using original pages, cloth, and endpapers. This is usually done to tighten the stitching, wash the pages, or otherwise perform a relatively major repair.

    February 22, 2007