Was searching YouTube for some bindery videos from Germany and came across this one from the Buchbinderei Franz Mohr in Trier, Germany. The Buchbinderei was founded in 1864 (via Archive.org), and was stop 1 on my apprenticeship interview tour in May 1985. The location was very convenient as I flew into Luxembourg from Baltimore... Trier has an incredibly rich history.
|The Buchbinderei Mohr as I saw it in May 1985.|
|View in same direction from the video.|
|Device for fan gluing (Klebebindung, aka Lubecken) that starts at 2:08. It appears to be the same|
as being used [by the Geselle?] in the foreground of the first image.
Here the video that shows the steps of case binding journals and periodicals for town, municipal, medical, law, ... Below the full video.
I did not end up apprenticing there, but it was the hand-bindery the other two I visited were compared to in terms of the type of work completed and overall atmosphere.