Box made from
1550 Danish Bible covers
Above: The spine
is the suede side of new leather painted with acrylic to match the old,
sewn loosely to holes in the original covers.
The holes were made at some point in the book's history to stab-sew the pages to the boards.
The few extant pages of this mostly missing book were bought by the dealer Pavlov to sell by the leaf.
9½" x 12½" x 1¾"
Below: The inside of the board is original. The leather spine is glued to the box tray.
The sides of the tray are tea bag paper.
Click the image below to see a box made from Antiphonary covers.
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Section A Bindings 1968-79
Section B Bindings 1979-85
Section C Bindings 1986-88
Section D Sculptural Bookworks from 1988
Section E Bindings 1988-94
Section F Painted Car, Watercolor studies, Bindings
Section G Sculptural bookworks 1988, 1994
Minsky's Resume and Bibliography