From the spine of Svenskt och Tyskt Hand-Lexicon, v. 1, by Carl Heinrich (1834). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized May 11, 2011.
A glimpse of the book’s spine in the digitization environment.
From the back matter of The Rock Tombs of El-Amarna: The Tomb of Meyra by N. de G. Davies, ed. by F. Ll. Griffith (1905).
Broken spine-leather with paper label pasted into front endpapers (after recasing?).
From Observations on English Architecture by James Dallaway (1806).
Broken endpaper reveals interior of spine.
From Maroon Tales: University of Chicago Stories by Will Cuppy (1909).
Spine and front cover digitized in black and white; pixellated.
From A Victoria History of the Counties of England: Northamptonshire, v. 2 (1906). [Here]
Printed plates left folded through digitization; anatomical content.
From various pages of An Essay on Crookedness, or Distortions of the Spine by Philip Jones (1788). [Here]
Image of spine of bound periodical, with library sticker, checkered digitization equipment, and black and white filter.
From The Ibis, v.5 (1899). [Here]
Spine of book digitized with the hand of the employee/scanning environment
From digitization of Recueil de Pieces (1678). [Here]