The front cover is a light brown or desaturated red with a slight tinge of blue, and has black decorations stamped into it. [more...][$]
John Carroll D..D., Portrait and Signature
A portrait of the author, Dr. John Carroll, and a reproduction of his signature.[$]
This chapterhead, or headpiece, is an ornament from the top of the first page of a chapter (in this case, the table of contents). It features curly vines with syilized leaves surrounding a central circular frame or cartouche containing a vignetted scene: the sun shines and a ewer or jug of water is [...] [more...][$]
Ornate chapter headpiece with vignette of curled-up boy
This chapterhead, or headpiece, is an ornament from the top of the first page of a section of the book. It features diamond knotwork branching into grape vines with rococo stylized leaves, but the prominent feature is the central circle containing a boy, his head resting on one knee, his chest, legs and feet bare; he wears just a pair of shorts or a [...] [more...][$]
This woodcut of a flower on a stem with a leaf was used as an end-of-chapter ornament, or tailpiece, in the second book bound in this one volume; the book is called “Ben Owen: A Lancashire Story.” [more...][$]
Note: If you got here from a search engine and don’t see what you were looking for, it might have moved onto a different page within this gallery.