Np, nd (Probably Ashcaffenberg, ca. 1930). 12 x 11. 24 leaves bearing 241 specimens of decorated papers. The album pages are preprinted in a grid which allows varying sizes of samples to be mounted. At the top of each page is placed the Sorte number (the variety) and the paper's name. There are 48 different types of decorated paper. Bound in wraps of leather-like paper lined with floral paper. Upper tips bent, one fore edge with closed tear. Very good. Item #18107
These papers present a great variety of style and textures: geometric patterned, floral, glazed, marbled, batiked, checkered, crumpled, veined, reptilian, and papers that look and feel like cloth and pigskin. Probably intended for in-house use rather than for distribution to customers, this catalogue of papers has no identification. They are similar to the papers in Princeton's Graphic Arts Library from A. Nees & Co. Nees who was one of several famous decorative paper manufacturers in Aschaffenberg.