This photo was taken after the Divine Service at Walnut Grove Plantation in Roebuck, South Carolina this morning. Bruce Jennings used his 1733 Bible that he is holding and Chad Bogart is holding his John Playford Psalm & Hymn Book. We made both of their books for them.
This is period bookbinder, Paul McClintock, with his 1733 New Testament that we made for him. If you would like a New Testament like Paul’s, you can purchase it from my Etsy Store at the link below:
This is Bill Higbee with his 1733 New Testament that we made for him. You can also get a replica of our original 1733 New Testament from my Etsy Store at the following link.
Learn more about this New Testament on our web page at the link below:
We have finished making another stack of these 1741 New-Birth pamphlets originally by George Whitefield. I give these away at events and with all orders. We will make them for you for $1.95 for the 1st and 99 cents for the rest. Purchase them from our Etsy Store at the link below:
This is a photo of the Couperthwaites, Jan & Bob, who spend their evenings on the streets of Colonial Williamsburg talking to people about Jesus. Bob is carrying his 1733 Bible that we made for his ministry. 18th Century Parsons are taking Jesus to people everywhere in new and different ways.
stuffing the back of a 1734 Book of Common Prayer. We have one of these in stock in our Etsy Store at the link below:
To see how we hand bind this book using antique tools and period correct techniques, visit our web page at the following link:
This is one of several boxes of antique brass letter stamps in the bindery. We use these on the spine labels of your books.
Ken Scott drew this for me.
Our common press is very similar to the one in this video and to the one that Benjamin Franklin used. We will try to make a similar, 10 minute, video of ours in use one day.