I recently acquired 2 more copies of the catalog to Deutsche Einbandkunst edited by, and also with an article by, Ernst Collin. Why more copies, well the catalog was produced in two versions, a deluxe of twenty unbound copies on handmade wove rag (I-XX), with the remaining copies (21-2,000) on a machine-made wove rag paper. My copy of the deluxe edition (Nr. XX) was bound in an unsigned ¼ leather binding with cloth sides and gilt top edge. It is the regular edition copies in their decorated paper wrappers made or provided by ten different decorated papermakers.
|Copy # 852, paper made by Theo Paul Hermann, Leipzig.|
This is a printed paste paper (Kleisterdruck)
|Copy # 921, paper made by Anne-Marie Irmler, Berlin.|
An expressionistic stenciled paper, "schabloniertes Papier."
She is mentioned in an article that appeared in the Papier-Fabrikant,
a paper trades publication. (749-750)
Not going to make a habit of aquiring more copies unless the papers really grab me... 😂