Bookplate Border No Copy (Package of 15)
Format: Miscellaneous print
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: April 01, 1998
Bookplates are an inexpensive yet affective way to recognize members of your church family when they donate books or money to go toward the purchase of Bibles, books, etc.
This attractive Bookplate is left blank allowing you to individualize the copy to your specific needs. It features a striking Deco inspired arch in a colorful pattern of green, orange and purple around the inside border. These 3” x 4” Bookplates come in packages of 15 and feature peel-and-stick backing.
Did you know. . .
A Bookplate is a label, usually personalized, that is pasted on the inside cover of a book; a bookplate is also sometimes known as \"ex libris,\" (Latin) meaning \"from the books or library of.\"
The earliest known examples of printed Bookplates probably originated in Germany in the mid-15th century. The earliest American example is dated 1749.