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Fanfare bindings

Scope note

Bindings of a style originating in Paris in the 16th century having a design of interlaced ribbons, defined by a double line on one side and a single one on the other, which divide the cover into symmetrical compartments that are sometimes filled with gold tooling. ALAG

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

3000211416

Equivalent Terms used

fanfare binding

Created

12yrs ago

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