Paperblanks Gutenberg Bible, Parabole Midi 5x7 Inch Lined
Paperblanks Gutenberg Bible, Parabole Midi 5x7 Inch Lined Journal
The Gutenberg Bible is one of the earliest mass-produced books in human history. Only 49 copies of the two-volume Latin Bible survive today. In the 15th century Johannes Gutenberg invented printing from movable or reproducible type. Gutenberg's new techniques enabled the creation of his famed 42-line Bible and his invention made it possible to reprint the work of scribes.
Paperblanks Gutenberg Bible journals reproduces two designs created by German Artist Gisela Maschmann, who has modeled her miniature paintings on a volume of Gutenberg's ecclesiastic masterwork now housed in the Berlin State Library.
- Hardcover journal
- 5 x 7 Inch
- Wrap/magnetic flap closure
- High-quality, 120 gsm paper
- Acid-free, sourced from sustainable forests
- 144 pages, Lined paper
- Smyth-sewn binding—the notebook opens flat
- Memento pouch on the inside back cover
- Ribbon marker
- ISBN 9781439750322
Image of an original Gutenberg Bible at the University of Gottingen