A bookplate, also known as ex-libris (Latin, "from the books of..."), is usually a small print or decorative label pasted into a book, often on the inside front cover, to indicate its owner. The earliest known examples of printed bookplates are German, and date from the 15th century. -Wikipedia
The bookplates are printed on acid-free, ph neutral ivory laid paper. This is a similar style of paper used to print many 18th and 19th century bookplates but with modern conservation quality and they come standard with a space to write in your name or institution's name.
We recommended that you affix the plates in the books with an acid-free ph neutral glue, such as rice starch glue or a simple acid-free glue stick available at most scrap booking or art supply shops.
Each package contains 7 bookplates either Cthulhu themed or Author Themed.
Artwork created by Ars Felix
Limited quantities - once they are sold out they will not be restocked.