many bindings from the Netherlands or bindings whose origin strongly point into this direction. For the late Gothic diaper patterned bindings and most of the later bindings with panel stamps Van der Vekene was able to consult the existing literature by among others Prosper Verheyden, Luc Indestege and Sta V an Fogelmark. For the later bindings containing chie y blind impressions of rolls he had at his disposal some studies by Denise Gid – dealing only with the north of France – and an abundance of studies on the German binding, but next to nothing on bindings from the Netherlands. In his attempt to localize these Van der Vekene could often only base his conclusions on the binding and the book it covers. What strikes one in this respect is the fact that he bases his localization on the place where the book was printed, unless annotations or other old ownership entries or the chosen material point in another direction (pigskin for instance is typical of Germany), and the conclusions reached in this way are not always satisfy- ing. I nd the arrangement of the catalogue – coming after a preface, an introduction and a bibliography and
Quaerendo – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2002
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