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101 High-Res Antique Book Covers

This collection contains almost a gigabyte's worth of the world's most beautiful book covers and decorative doublures: over 50 unique as well as alternate color options—101 in all, in full high-resolution of up to 4000 x 6000 + pixels. Most are antique tomes from the 1700s-1800s in public library collections. Click and scroll down the second photo to see them all.

Bonus: Also included are 25 beautiful book spines—12 unique plus alternate color options. See them all in the third photo.

All of the covers and spines were taken straight from lossless files and saved as high quality .JPG files after being enhanced and/or reworked to make them more usable in design. The files have all been put into Adobe RGB color space and are ready to use in your design work, mockups etc. Each image has a small black background around it (not transparent) so that you can choose how much of the book or design to crop off when you use it; this allows for every detail to remain intact.

All of the books in this collection are safe to use in both personal and commercial projects.

Please note: As these are fronts only, they are meant for creative projects; they are not meant to actually cover physical books with.

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