|Document Reference||Pw V 130|
|Title||Bound volume containing details of excise revenue; 1662-1773|
|Title Of Work||A State of the Revenue of Excise|
|ReprodnNote||Volumes from Pw V cannot be photographed by readers with their own camera or device, but reprographic copies can be supplied for educational and private study purposes only.|
|Physical Description||Very large quarto book: the leaves of Pw V 130 (and Pw V 129) are made up of very large folio leaves folded once to form present leaves in these books; chainlines run across the open book, with watermarks and countermarks in the gutter of the volumes, therefore are considered quarto volumes.|
216 pages and 7 unpaginated folios in front of the volume.
|Condition||Condition of the paper is good; condition of the binding is good but scratched in places|
|Descriptive Features||Watermark: Strasbourg Lily, i.e. Fleur de lis within shield surmounted by coronet with insignia consisting of the figure 4 based on double chevrons suspended from the shield, below the insignia is suspended the monogram VDL, approx. 175 x 75 mm (in gutter of volume)|
Countermark: Letters IV, approx. 25 x 35 mm
Professional presentation in italic script
One of a set of two quarto volumes which share binding characteristics (see Pw V 129); bound in red morocco leather on pasteboards lavishly decorated with a wide band of gold tooled ornaments around the borders of upper and lower covers; individual floral, insect, stars, fruits and leaf tools used in volumes Pw V 129 and Pw V 130 are not identical in both volumes but give the impression of being alike; spines are divided into 6 panels which are decorated with a 6 pointed star at the centre of each panel filled in with smaller stamps, each panel enmarked by five fillet lines, which emphasize the sewing ridges of the spines;
No lettering or numbering was used in binding; brightly stamped wallpaper was used by the binder to cover all paste downs and flyleaves; all leather foldbacks close to the pastedowns are gold stamped with a roll of leaves and buds.
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