This Rare 16th Century Book is Actually Six Books in One

This 16th century book is an example of sixfold dos-à-dos binding, in which six books are joined together to form a single book. Each book opens individually by way of its own little clasp. The complex book, which was printed in Germany, is owned by the National Library of Sweden.

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