March 16, 2014
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From p. 96-97 of West Port Murders by William Burke and Helen M’Dougal (1829). Original from Oxford University. Digitized September 27, 2006.

Image transfered to facing page.

From p. 96-97 of West Port Murders by William Burke and Helen M’Dougal (1829). Original from Oxford University. Digitized September 27, 2006.

October 1, 2013

Stains and foxing.

Throughout Remarks on Local Scenery & Manners in Scotland during 1799 and 1800 John Stoddart (1801).Original from Oxford University. Digitized March 5, 2009.

August 17, 2013
Frontispiece image transferred to facing page. 
From the title page of The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, v. 13-14 (1829). Original from Princeton University. Digitized July 18, 2011.

Frontispiece image transferred to facing page. 

From the title page of The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, v. 13-14 (1829). Original from Princeton University. Digitized July 18, 2011.

March 10, 2013

Images transfered to facing pages.

Throughout Variety: or, Stories for Children From the Age of Seven Years to Twelve (1823). Original from Harvard University. Digitized April 8, 2008.

March 4, 2013

Transfer of images to facing pages.

From True Stories for Young Children by Mary Elizabeth Southwell Dudley Leathley (1845). Original from Oxford University. Digitized May 15, 2008.

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February 26, 2013
Transfer of folded image from facing page.
"A report on boiquiras, commonly known as timber, canebrake or banded rattlesnake — a species of venomous pitviper found in the Eastern United States (see Wikipedia). Discusses collaboration with Charles Wilson Peale, who kept and studied a boiquira at his museum for several years. 
Ambroise Marie François Joseph Palisot, Baron de Beauvois (1752-1820) — a remarkable life, including a stint in a circus. More here.” 
Submitted by asfaltics.
From p. 380 of M. de Beauvois’s “Memoir on Amphibia, Serpents,” read February 1797 and published in theTransactions of the American Philosophical Society, v. 4 (1799).  Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized January 8, 2010.

Transfer of folded image from facing page.

"A report on boiquiras, commonly known as timber, canebrake or banded rattlesnake — a species of venomous pitviper found in the Eastern United States (see Wikipedia). Discusses collaboration with Charles Wilson Peale, who kept and studied a boiquira at his museum for several years. 

Ambroise Marie François Joseph Palisot, Baron de Beauvois (1752-1820) — a remarkable life, including a stint in a circus. More here.” 

Submitted by asfaltics.

From p. 380 of M. de Beauvois’s “Memoir on Amphibia, Serpents,” read February 1797 and published in theTransactions of the American Philosophical Society, v. 4 (1799).  Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized January 8, 2010.

January 27, 2013
Image transfer to facing page.
The frontispiece to Atkinson’s Casket, v. 11 (1836). Original from Indiana University. Digitized January 22, 2009.

Image transfer to facing page.

The frontispiece to Atkinson’s Casket, v. 11 (1836). Original from Indiana University. Digitized January 22, 2009.

January 21, 2013
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From p. 277 of Rural Sports, v. 1, by William Barker Daniel (1812). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized May 22, 2007.

Transfer of image from facing page.

From p. 277 of Rural Sports, v. 1, by William Barker Daniel (1812). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized May 22, 2007.

January 19, 2013
Image transfer to facing page (greyhound). 
From p. 522 of Rural Sports, v. 1, by William Barker Daniel (1812). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized May 22, 2007.

Image transfer to facing page (greyhound). 

From p. 522 of Rural Sports, v. 1, by William Barker Daniel (1812). Original from the New York Public Library. Digitized May 22, 2007.

May 23, 2012
"Transposed." Submitted by Nelly Stavro, of Dr. Terry Harpold’s University of Florida course Hypermedia: Futures of Reading.
From p. 372 of Archaeologia Americana, v. 1 (1820). Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Digitized June 9, 2010.

"Transposed." Submitted by Nelly Stavro, of Dr. Terry Harpold’s University of Florida course Hypermedia: Futures of Reading.

From p. 372 of Archaeologia Americana, v. 1 (1820). Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Digitized June 9, 2010.

May 16, 2012
Without protective tissue, image transferred from opposite plate.
From the title page of The Philosophical Magazine, v. 31 by Alexander Tilloch (1808). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized September 30, 2005.

Without protective tissue, image transferred from opposite plate.

From the title page of The Philosophical Magazine, v. 31 by Alexander Tilloch (1808). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized September 30, 2005.

May 2, 2012
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From p. 90 of Nature Displayed in the Heavens and On the Earth by Simeon Shaw (1823). Original from Oxford University. Digitized July 11, 2008. 

Image transferred from uncovered opposite plate.

From p. 90 of Nature Displayed in the Heavens and On the Earth by Simeon Shaw (1823). Original from Oxford University. Digitized July 11, 2008. 

May 1, 2012
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From p. 289 of Nature Displayed in the Heavens and On the Earth by Simeon Shaw (1823). Original from Oxford University. Digitized July 11, 2008.

Image transferred from uncovered opposite plate.

From p. 289 of Nature Displayed in the Heavens and On the Earth by Simeon Shaw (1823). Original from Oxford University. Digitized July 11, 2008.

February 15, 2012

Printed plates visible through the page? Transfer of ink from printed plates to facing pages? Plates traced by reader, through the page? 

From various pages of A Treatise of Eclipses of the Sun and Moon, for Thirty-Five Years by Charles Leadbetter (1731). 

January 20, 2012
Page 26 scanned through printed tissue (containing figures 31-35).
From Typographical Printing-Surfaces: The Technology and Mechanism of their Production by Lucien Alphonse Legros and John Cameron Grant (1916).
Submitted by asfaltics. 

Page 26 scanned through printed tissue (containing figures 31-35).

From Typographical Printing-Surfaces: The Technology and Mechanism of their Production by Lucien Alphonse Legros and John Cameron Grant (1916).

Submitted by asfaltics