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An accordion book is upright, unfolded and arranged in a semicircular fashion. To resemble an accordion, the cover boards are covered with red silk and stamped in gold; a black leather strip is attached to each board with two grommets; all edges gilt; no spine. Black and faded pink print is visible along the continuous strip between the book covers. One panel is showing an illustration of a glass of wine.
Unfolded accordion book
Source: A is for accordion : an out-of-tune alphabet
Dragland, Rachel. -- St. John's, Nfld. : Running the Goat, Books & Broadsides, 2001. -- 1 artist's book : col. ill. ; 78 mm. -- ISBN 0968871240
© Marnie Parsons and Rachel Dragland. Reproduced with the permission of Running the Goat Books & Broadsides.

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