Glossary of Printing Terms:
Solander Case

A box used to preserve books; the back is hinged so the front falls down and is kept closed by a latch.

It was invented by an assistant librarian, Daniel Charles Solander (1732-1782), for the preservation of botanical specimens in the British Museum.


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