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What bookdealers really mean. A dictionary by Tom Congalton and Dan Gregory (Between the Covers), with additions from other sources Quarter binding Demi-reliure Usually lacks leather corners and leather of the spine occupies only approx. 1/4 of the top edge.Binding copy: a book lacking the original binding or with a binding in poor condition, i.e. a book in need of a new binding - can also be referred to as a reading copy.
What bookdealers really mean. A dictionary by Tom Congalton and Dan Gregory (Between the Covers), with additions from other sources Quarter leather Quarter leather A book with only the spine bound in leather, and the rest of the book in a different material, such as cloth or papercovered boards.
What bookdealers really mean. A dictionary by Tom Congalton and Dan Gregory (Between the Covers), with additions from other sources Quarto in-quarto ou in-4 Quart Also abbreviated "4to." When a large printed piece of paper is folded twice to make a gathering of eight pages, but in modern books, used as an indication of size, usually a book that is between 10" to 13" tall. Un livre de format in-4 a la feuille pliée en 4, le cahier contenant 8 pages. Formatbezeichnung. Wird ein Druckbogen zweimal gefalzt, so dass daraus vier Blatt entstehen, nennt man das Format eines daraus gebundenen Buches Quartformat.
John Carter, ABC for Book Collectors. 7th edition. With Corrections, Additions and an Introduction by Nicolas Barker. Oak Knoll Press 1995 Quire Quire Rohbogen "When used by binders or bibliographers, this is synonymous with a gathering or section. To a paper-maker it means one-twentieth of a ream of paper. It is also used in the trade more generally as a measure of extent, as ‘x quires’." (John Carter) Rohbogen nennt man Druckbogen, die aus der Druckerei kommen und vom Buchbinder noch nicht behandelt sind (ungefalzt, unbeschnitten). Früher war es üblich, einen erheblichen Teil einer Auflage in Rohbogen einzulagern und nur bei Bedarf eine neue Quote zu binden. Werden Rohbogen gefalzt und zusammengetragen, entsteht ein Rohexemplar. Es ist noch immer nicht geheftet, beschnitten oder geleimt. Für bibliophile Drucke war dies früher eine beliebte Form der Auslieferung.
Quod libet Quodlibet "Was beliebt". Die im 19. Jahrhundert beliebten zeichnerischen Zusammenstellungen unterschiedlicher Schriftstücke und Gegenstände (ähnlich wie Stillleben, aber in einer Ebene) werden als Quodlibet bezeichnet.