So, my wife is on a business trip to London this week. It is mostly 10-hour shifts of controlling marketing research projects, but she will have some free time on Friday and on the weekend. And I’d like her to bring me back some nice bookbinding souvenir!
Do you have any advice on the matter?
It shouldn’t be something fancy, and I’m sure she wouldn’t bother to spend time sifting through piles of things on some flea market. But, maybe… just, maybe, you have some ideas on what that small bookbinding souvenir from London could be? And where it could be found? =)
I’d be very grateful for any ideas and advice.
If you also would like to share your thoughts on other must-sees in London, she would probably not kill me for burdening her with impossible task of bringing me a themed gift =)
Please Support us on Patreon!
The minimum level of contribution is only $1 per month.
However, starting with a pledge level of $5, our supporters get at least two digitized vintage books about bookbinding, book history, or book arts per month from us!
These pledges help iBookBinding to continue its work and bring more information about bookbinding and book arts to you!