11 Photos - Jul 20, 2011
Photo: A WWII-era (1941) Liverpool bus ticket found in a book on the Life of General Gordon (printed ~1890s).Photo: A four-leaf clover found in S.T. Coleridge's Biographia Literaria (printed 1917).Photo: This cut of an apparent advertisement from the 1770s was found in a 1750s print of the Seventh volume of The Spectator magazine.Photo: The other side of that 1770s cutting. It was glued to the inner board with weak/time-weakened adhesive.Photo: No idea what this is. Found in The Republic of Plato (printed 1890). "I have pleasure in promising to subscribe towards the support of the work in this town of the "Queen Victoria's Jubilee" Nurse, through that portion of the Fund contributed by the Dorking Wesleyan Church."Photo: A 1930s newpaper clipping of a letter concerning Plato's political opinions, found in The Republic of Plato (printed 1890).Photo: The other side of that newspaper clipping found in The Republic of Plato (printed 1890).Photo: A cutting of white heather found in a Victorian print of Porter's "The Scottish Chiefs".Photo: A torn 1980s brochure found in a large copy of The Writings of Henry Fielding (printed 1887).Photo: "Molly Eye App" (2007) - written on the back of an AA card in A Lexicon of Freemasonry (printed 1919).Photo: A Safeway garage receipt (I blurred out some parts I wasn't sure about) from 2003, found in A Lexicon of Freemasonry (printed 1919). It's nothing to us, but someone will probably find that in a hundred years and find it fascinating.