The double leaf at the beginning and end of the book, one half adhered to board known as 'pastedown' other half known as 'free endpaper'
Sometimes called "endleaves," an endpaper is the double leaf at the very front and back of a book, half of which is pasted to the inside of the boards, the other half of which makes up the front and back free endpapers.
A sheet or sheets attached to the text block by the binder. The free endpaper is the extension of the paste-down.
A folded sheet of heavy paper found at the front and back of case-bound books. These leaves join the text of the book to the binding. Also known s endsheet.
The sheets of paper that affix the front and back pages of a hardcover book to the inside covers.
sheet of paper pasted to inner covers, joining the book to the covers. One side of the sheet is pasted to the cover the other is left free.
Also referred to as "ends" or "endleaves". A folded sheet of paper one half of which is pasted to the inside of either the front or back case of a book and the other half to the inside edge of the first (or last) page of the book. Endpapers are typically a different stock (paper) that the text. 80# offset is standard. And exception to this is a self ended book which means that the endleaves are part of the first and last signatures of the book and are therefore all the same stock. [Back
The first and last two papers of a text block, one being pasted to the inside of the board. Often endpapers are marbled or illustrated.
The folded sheet of paper pasted to the inside of the front or back cover and attached to the edge of the first or last page of a hardcover book during manufacturing. Endpapers are not normally numbered.
Paper that is pasted to the inside cover. Almost always blank, but can be different colors; the most common place to find an owner's name inscribed. Sometimes called an "endsheet".
a double sheet of paper added at the front and back of a book. The outer portion of the sheet is pasted to the inner surface of the cover and the inner portion becomes the first or last page of the book. The outer portion is referred to as the “pastedown” and the inner portion is referred to as the “free endpaper.
paper lining to the inside binding: the paste-down is pasted to the cover, the free endpaper protects the text block.
The paper affixed to the boards. Verso of the FEP. Also sometimes called the pastedown.
There are two sorts of endpapers. The folded sheet of paper pasted to the inside of the front or back cover is known as a paste-down endpaper or, less formally, a paste-down. The first and last free pages of a book, usually blank, are known as free endpapers.
the pages of heavy cartridge paper at the front and back of a hardback book which join the book block to the hardback binding; sometimes used for maps or carrying a decorative colour or design.
The decorative or colourful paper used to bind a book's front and back pages to it's cover, traditionally in hardcover books.
The paper pasted to the inside surfaces of the cover boards
Strong paper used for securing the body of a book to its case. Endpapers may be plain, coloured, marbled etc. and should be specified with the grain direction parallel to the spine.