CONTEMPORARY BINDING

Also CONTEMPORANEOUS. A binding that was placed on the book at or near the time of publication though not by the publisher. Up until the 19th century (and continuing much later in some countries, like France), most books were published unbound, in plain paper covers or boards, and the purchaser would have the book bound to his taste by his bookbinder (often these bindings were designed to match other books in his library.)

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