Twelve sheets of beautifuly designed, top quality wrapping paper neatly folded and glued into a book. Never struggle at home with rolls of wrapping paper again; keep your paper tidy and undamaged in this unique wrapping paper book. Each sheet can be easily removed when needed, with no need for scissors. This collection features manuscripts by artists, writers and poets from the British Library, the UK's national library. Examples include original works by Jane Austen, Leonardo da Vinci, William Wordsworth, Christina Rosetti plus others. The British Library collection includes well over 150 million items in most known languages, with 3 million items added each year. As well as books, maps and manuscript, the Library houses a sound archive, newspapers, magazines, prints, drawings, music scores, patents and stamps.
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